Blog 31.1.20

Milford Haven School have donated a book to Milford Haven Museum, for the whole community to enjoy and benefit from. This special document dating back to 1927 includes a beautiful hand drawn map depicting Milford Haven as it was almost 100 years ago.

Thank you to Sue for attending school and accepting this donation on behalf of Milford Haven Museum.

Last Friday some of our sixth form girls helped to raise awareness here at Milford Haven School for the #smearforsmear campaign.

We are very proud of the girls for promoting such an important cause, and highlighting the message of how valuable smear tests are for your own physical health and wellbeing. Although many of our sixth former girls will not yet of had a smear test, it is extremely positive that they are having open conversations, myth busting and educating themselves so they can make positive choices for their bodies as adults. Da iawn pawb!

A lovely photo below of some talented MHS students, who recently took part in a woodwind music weekend with The County Music Service. They attended a professional concert, and also themselves played along side other musicians from across the country at the Urdd Centre in Cardiff. We are very proud of you all. 

We are over the moon with our banners for the upcoming MHS production of Grease, now to hang them around town to promote the show of the year! Thank you to everyone who has already bought tickets, we really appreciate the community supporting the show and all the young people who have worked so hard.


These fabulous MHS pupils represented our school and Pembrokeshire today in the Dyfed cross country event.

They all ran extremely well and we are proud of each one of you. One pupil came 2nd in their race and has qualified for the Welsh Schools event! 

Newyddion bendigedig! Four members of Cyngor y Gymraeg Ysgol Aberdaugleddau have secured £240 to support and promote the use of Cymraeg yn yr ysgol.

These four exceptionally talented MHS pupils persuaded the 4 dragons in the Den y Dreigiau (Dragon’s Den) yn Ysgol Caer Elen i roi arian i’r prosiect. The project has two parts. One is to role out the ‘Buddy Cymraeg’ scheme which sees a keen Welsh speaker or learner take on ‘buddies’ on the staff and use some Cymraeg with them bob dydd and now with pupils hefyd.
The second part will see the Cyngor y Gymraeg arranging a bore coffi or other events to include pobl sy’n siarad Cymraeg yn Aberdaugleddau and local learners coming together with Ysgol Aberdaugleddau to use the language. The arian will be spent on promotion, certificates, prizes and llaeth, coffi a bisgedi neis in the bore coffi. Diolch yn fawr i Catrin Phillips o Gyngor Sir Penfro who organised the day.

If you feel that you’d like to get involved in the Cyngor y Gymraeg, siaradwch gyda Mr Knox or any of the four pupils pictured below. We’ll have our first meeting next week.