Pupil Involvement and Activities

Details of Ysgol Harri Tudur pupil involvement in various out-of-school activities

In My Country

National Poetry Competition

If you are aged between 11 and 17 and have something to say about placeidentity and belonging in the UK, the Out of Bounds Poetry Project invites you to write a poem with the title 'In my country'.

Entries should go to your teacher of English. Closing date is 31 December 2019.

In My Country - National Poetry Competition 2019



Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum Photography Competition – A View on Wildlife 2019

Pupils from Years 7-13 are invited to enter the Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum photography competition ‘A View on Wildlife 2019’. 

The photo must be taken this year and include an image of wildlife (including flora and fauna) in Pembrokeshire. 

Entries should be sent to Mr A Lewis, alewis@yht.wales, Director of Humanities, no later than Friday 27th September; the best entries will then be forwarded to the Coastal forum.

Naomi Evans attends launch of Fearless Campaign

Naomi Evans, who is an active member of the School Council and Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly, attended the launch of the Fearless Campaign in Llanelli. 

The initiative is funded by the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner, and the conference aims to inspire youth workers to empower children and young people to speak up about crime. The event follows a digital campaign which drew young people’s attention to the risks of exploitation, drugs and cybercrime.

Fearless Campaign - Naomi Evans

Picture Information - Naomi Evans with the Police & Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn (L) and Crimestoppers Fearless project workers at the project launch.