Welcome to Tonypandy Community College
It is my pleasure to welcome you to Tonypandy Community College.
As a teacher and previously Deputy Head of the College, I am dedicated to the individual success of every child.
It is my firm belief that the best education we can give our students is one in which we provide a combination of continually improving high standards and a strong support system.
This includes well-being and guidance to ensure that each and every child strives to be their very best in all parts of College life.
By jatkins / August 28, 2018
As we close the doors for the final time on Tonypandy Community College I am left with the honour of not only bidding a fond farewell, but encapsulating all that it has meant to communities throughout the Mid Rhondda over the decades.
This is an impossible feat in itself, but what
By jatkins / August 23, 2018
Tonypandy Community College is going out in style as the percentage of students who received 5 A* / A grades at GCSE has doubled in a year.
The outstanding success also marks the last day for Tonypandy Community College before its transformation into the 3-16 education facility called Ysgol Nantgwyn.
By jatkins / August 16, 2018
Tonypandy Community College is celebrating its final year of A-level examinations with another set of outstanding results from all students.
An impressive 100 per cent of students gained their first-choice course at university following an unprecedented number of unconditional offers.
This year’s A-Level results not only mark the end of Post-16 education
By jatkins / July 17, 2018
During the afternoon of Thursday 19th July, to mark the closing of TCC, we will be holding an afternoon of carnival style activities on the College MUGA. This will include an obstacle course, bungee run and much more.
This is a non-uniform day however, in order to participate in some
By jatkins / July 13, 2018
8A1 had a Bushtucker trial lesson yesterday as the final lesson in a series where they had to ‘survive’ on a desert island! All student made a shelter, a raft, learnt how physics can held catch fish and how chemistry can help get drinking water and make a fire!
By jatkins / June 29, 2018
Looking ahead at next week the temperatures are again predicted to be very hot.
In a quest to ensure that students are comfortable and able to learn, on Monday July 2nd and Tuesday July 3rd, the interim uniform measures will continue, if parents feel it is appropriate. Alternatively normal school