Bank Holiday

Please be aware that Duffryn High School is closed for students on Friday 29th April for INSET and Monday 2nd May for the May Day Bank Holiday.  The school re-opens as normal on Tuesday 3rd May.


Young Enterprise Success!

Our Young Enterprise company, Vedic Vibes, won the Newport and Monmouthshire Area finals yesterday and will now go onto represent the region in the Welsh finals, to be held in June at the Millennium Centre. The group consists of eight students from Year 12 and have been selling their beautifully hand decorated henna candle products throughout the year.


There were 7 teams competing yesterday; 2 from Rougemont, 2 from Haberdashers Monmouth Girls, 1 from Monmouth Boys and 1 from King Henry VIII in Abergavenny. And, of course Duffryn were there not only to win but to also defend our title as being last year’s area winners!


Our team picked up the award for Best Trade Stand and Interview before being named the overall winners of the whole competition.  They narrowly missed out on winning the other awards on offer by just 2 or 3 marks.  They have some preparation work to do before the Welsh finals but are very excited about this opportunity.


A huge congratulations to our team:


Claudia Dupe

Rabina Jabbar

Majeda Begum

Aisha Azam

Zaynab Abbas

Fahima Akhtar

Danyal Ali

Sukman Kaur

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Welsh Bac Global Choices Conference


Duffryn High School’s first Global Choices Conference welcomed Year 12 and invited guest speakers, to present on various global issues. A very informative and interesting afternoon, including a confident speech by our very own Rhys Batty!

Year 11 Revision Packs!

Year 11 students were all given a revision pack this afternoon containing lots of useful materials such as guidance about revision techniques, stationery, a scientific calculator, file dividers and notepads. Good luck with your revision over the Easter break and beyond!


Charity Bike Ride


We now have a green collection box in Asda for the charity bike ride in aid of The Teenage Cancer Trust. The one with the most green tokens will win £200 for their chosen charity so please support us!



Attendance Rewards Assemblies

As we approach the end of another busy term, we will once again celebrate the achievements of students in our Attendance Rewards Assemblies. Our KS3 assembly takes places on Wednesday 23rd March and KS4 on Thursday 24th March. There will be loads of top prizes given away including our top prize of a new laptop. Students have to be in the assembly to collect the prize.

Mr Rees