YSGOL Bro Gwaun's last ever sixth formers will leave school this summer. Closing a chapter in the school's history forever.

Restructuring of post 16 education in Pembrokeshire means that sixth form students from Fishguard will now all go to Pembrokeshire College's Campus Six.

For the past academic year the school has had a Year 13 but no Year 12. This allowed pupils to finish A' levels they had started in the school while last year's Year 11 students started their post 16 studies at Campus Six.

"It is with great sadness that Ysgol Bro Gwaun say goodbye to its last sixth form this summer," said a spokesman for the school.

"The sixth form has been an integral part of Ysgol Bro Gwaun and has been at the forefront of many fundraising, coaching and mentoring schemes."

He said that this year's head boy, Dafydd Ridgeway; head girl, Jasmine Williams-Meaney; deputy head boy, Thomas Robinson, and deputy head girl Shannon Rees had represented the school on numerous occasions.

They have delivered many interesting and engaging assemblies on a variety of topics. They have laid wreaths for Armistice Sunday, shared lunch with Pembrokeshire County Council's director of education and delivered speeches at our annual awards evening.

"We would like to specifically thank the senior prefect team for their contribution to the school," said the spokesman.

"The sixth form has also been at the centre of many fundraising activities for the school, dressing up, performing to younger pupils and walking around tirelessly with buckets to collect money.

"Students have also excelled academically and we are always very proud of the achievements and careers that they have forged for themselves.

"This year we look forward to students studying a range of subjects in university, like history, various sciences, ICT, medicine, physiotherapy, dance and events management, to mention but a few.

"We wish all of our sixth form leavers all the very best for the future and look forward to a new era in Ysgol Bro Gwaun."