Daring – Dewr

Croeso i Dŷ Dewr!

Be Brave

Byddwch yn ddewr

Be Bold

Byddwch yn feiddgar

Be Daring

Byddwch Feiddgar

The Daring ethos is to nurture confidence in academic skills as well as life skills. Pupils will be encouraged to participate in all the school has to offer and focus on key values of perseverance and bravery. Daring house will promote a family ethos that is tolerant and caring for all its members. The aim of Daring House is to make everyone feel valued and equal.

Dewr aims

Give your best even without the prospect of reward. 

Create a strong sense of community and belonging.

Everyone feels valued and equal.

Dewr vision

To ASPIRE during your school years.
To follow the 3 school rules (Ready, Respect and Safe).
Support each other. 
Get involved in as much as you can while you are at school.
To push yourself to things that make you feel nervous.
 To challenge yourself and propel  yourself out of your  comfort zone.


House Captains 2023-24

Capteniaid Dewr

House Captain
n Tŷ
Katya Foster

Junior captain
Captain Iau
Masie Abbott

Welsh Captain
Cymraeg captain
Dawid Dominik

Vice Captain
Is Capten
Aliyah James

Sports Captain
Capten Chwaraeon
Ethan Roberts

Attendance Captain
Capten Presenoldeb 
Leon Abbott

Head of Daring House

Mr C Davies

Daring House Charity 2023/24

Each of our four Houses have a chosen charity that they support during the year, this year Daring House have chosen to support Greenacres which is a fantastic local charity and the only all animal rescue centre in Pembrokeshire. 

Mr Davies, Head of Daring House, is pictured below giving Greenacres a cheque for £100! This money was raised at community events such as the Christmas Bingo, and it would not have been possible for us to raise these much needed funds without the ongoing support of the community. Da iawn to all those in Daring House that have worked hard and contributed to raising this fantastic amount of money for a very worthy local cause. Diolch yn fawr.

Head of Daring House presenting Greenacres for a cheque for £456.83 along with items that pupils collected for a reverse advent calendar that will be used for the animals over the festive period.