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News Archive (2020-2023)

Below are blog posts from 2020 to 2023. Our most recent posts, from 2024, are here. See also posts from 2016 to 2019 and 2012 to 2015.

2023: HERALD ARTICLE ABOUT OUR ‘KNOWURIGHTS’ PROJECT || EAS PUPIL ENGAGEMENT FORUMS || AFRICAN DRUMMING AT GWYNFI MINERS HALL || TECHNOCAMPS CODING SESSION AT CROESERW PRIMARY || AFAN VALLEY WINTER FESTIVAL OF FUN || ONLINE TRAINING FOR THE EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT SERVICE || WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE || THANK YOU TO OUR TRUSTEES || MEET PAT! || BAYOUTH 15 STEPS CHALLENGE || CRU ANNUAL REPORT 2022/23 || STUDENT REP TRAINING 2023 || COMMUNITY CHANGEMAKERS GRANT FOR YOVO || GETTING ON BOARD WITH BAYOUTH (AND PASTRIES) || WELCOME ABOARD, CLARE! || GIRLS’ RIGHTS RESIDENTIAL || SUCCESSFUL FUNDING BID – PEN Y CYMOEDD || TWO DAYS UP AT CEFN SAESON COMPREHENSIVE || GIRLS’ RIGHTS GROUP ‘HOPE’ ON THE NEWS IN PONTNEDDFECHAN

2022: STUDENT REP TRAINING 2022 || CRU ANNUAL REPORT 2021/22 || BAYOUTH UNDERTAKE 15 STEPS CHALLENGE || PERIOD DIGNITY WITH ‘HOPE’ || JANNINE INTERVIEWED ABOUT ‘HOPE’ || ACCESSIBLE IMMUNISATION INFORMATION || BEACHES2BEACONS SUMMER FUN FOR YOVO || RCPCH ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2022 || SWANSEA BAY UNIVERSITY HEALTH BOARD LAUNCH CHILDREN’S RIGHTS PROMISES || CHILDREN IN WALES GET ON BOARD || COMMUNITY CHANGEMAKERS GRANT || TWO MORE COLLEGE STUDENTS GET ON BOARD

2021: OFFICER TRAINING FOR NPTC GROUP OF COLLEGES || CRU ANNUAL REPORT 2020/21 || VIRTUAL FRESHERS’ FAIR || ACCREDITED TRAINING FOR STUDENT GOVERNORS || BAYOUTH AND JSB PREPARING TO BE BOARD MEMBERS || OUR GET ON BOARD MICROSITE IS NOW LIVE || CHAIR OF BAYOUTH CATRIN CELEBRATES VOLUNTEERS’ WEEK

2020: BAYOUTH VICE-CHAIR AMY ON THE #POWEROFYOUTH || CHAIR OF BAYOUTH CATRIN SHARES HER THOUGHTS ON THE #POWEROFYOUTH || PARATOI I FOD YN AELOD O’R BWRDD || CRU ANNUAL REPORT 2019/20 || LINK UP PREPARING TO GET ON BOARD FOR FIRST TIME ON ZOOM || ONLINE ‘PREPARING TO BE A BOARD MEMBER’ TRAINING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE || CHAIR CATRIN CELEBRATING VOLUNTEERS’ WEEK || BAYOUTH VICE-CHAIR AMY ON HER LOVE OF VOLUNTEERING