Ysgol Bro Hyddgen is a newly established 4 – 18 school  of  around 540 pupils, situated on two sites at the edges of the town.  Although a large percentage of the pupils live in the town, a significant number come from a more rural background.  We receive pupils from three counties: Powys, Gwynedd and Ceredigion.  The Powys section of the catchment area extends as far east as Carno and to Aberangell in the north-east.  The school is run by Powys Education Authority but arrangements are made for extra-district pupils from Gwynedd and Ceredigion.

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The School’s Aim: To develop each individual to his/her educational and social potential, so that he/she becomes a good citizen and a valued member of society. The School Site The school grounds are attractive and the secondary schools playing fields are adjacent to the school and in excellent condition.  Although we have a recently refurbished gymnasium, the school also makes use of the facilities available in the nearby Leisure Centre.  There is a cycle shelter for pupils who cycle to school. The Hyddgen Centre opened in January 2009 and is a wonderful building which provides pupils with a state of the art learning environment.

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