Welcome to Llandrindod High School 

Expectations and aspirations are high here at Llandrindod High School. We are committed to developing the young people in our care, whatever their talents. Children of all abilities succeed at this school and are encouraged to develop academically, physically and spiritually, fulfilling their potential in a happy, caring environment.

As a parent myself, I am acutely aware of the increasing importance of education in today's world and the role that we, as teachers, have to play in developing our children so that they are fully equipped to make positive contributions to society. The staff at Llandrindod High School are extremely committed and dedicated to ensure that this is the case and I am personally determined to see all children flourish here.

I also value enormously the links between school and home, success being built on strong partnerships with parents and ourselves. My door is always open and prospective or existing parents are very welcome to visit the school; I look forward to meeting you.

Ms Jane Asplin

Mission Statement

Our vision: at Llandrindod High school we seek to provide a learning environment where every student will ‘learn without limits’ and exceed their own expectations.

Our aim:  to provide the very best education for all students irrespective of their abilities and background.

Our objective: to ensure students receive a broad and balanced education that enables them to ‘learn to learn for life’ and take the appropriate steps in their lives as valued and confident members of society.


Latest News

Year 11 Parents Evening - 16th October

Parents evening will take place in the hall from 4.30pm till 7.00pm.

Students will receive an appointment card later this week. 

Breakfast Club

Breakfast club begins Monday 22nd September 8:00am to 8:55am, in the ASC centre.

6th Form Students



A Level Results

Students at Llandrindod High School celebrated their A' Level results with the school improving on its record of last year with 87% A* to C. 

Georgia Price gained 1 A* and 3 Grade A's and Connor Smith gained 4 A's.

Our students have performed really well this year and we are all extremely proud of them. So many have achieved their expectations which creates wonderful opportunities for their next steps in life. Most of our students have gained a place at the university of their choice. I would like to thank our staff for their commitment and the parents for their on-going support.  

On behalf of the governors, teaching and support staff I wish all our students a bright and happy future.

Ms Jane Asplin


AS Results

Sarah Powell and Rhys Stephens gained 4 A's, Antonia Wood and Vicky Powell gained 3 A's and Kate Patten 2 A's. 

Well done to Mrs Lisa Stead-Jones (TA) for her Grade A in AS Art.

GCSE Results


76% of our students gained 5 or more A* to C grades, a significant increase on last year!


We have had some stunning individual achievements.


Top Girl/Boy

  • Kirsten Ritichie: 8 A*'s 2 A's
  • Ben Coombs: 5 A*'s, 4 A's, 1 B



Emma Kolano-Rodgers: 2 A*'s, 7 A's

Hannah Gibson Lapper: 4 A*'s, 2 A's, 3 B's

Connie Alder: 3 A*'s, 3 A's, 2 B's, 1 C

Kathryn Brown: 2 A*'s 5 A's, 1 B

Humayun Rashid: 3 A*'s,  5 A's, 1 B

Jacob Lathbury: 1 A*, 2 A's, 6 B's


I am thrilled that these, and many of our other students, have reaped the benefits of their hard work. Our school is looking forward to working with many of these young people when they join our sixth form. I wish all our students the very best luck in the future, whichever path they choose.


Ms Jane Asplin






In May, Llandrindod High School pupils Daniel Binks, Emma Davies and Emyr Davies, Yr 9, entered the Mother Tongue Other Tongue Modern Foreign Languages poetry competition with Routes into Languages Cymru. The pupils each produced an original piece of poetry in French, the language they are studying at school, together with a short explanation of why they had chosen their theme and why they had decided to enter the competition.


Emyr Davies is the winner of the Other Tongue category Year 7-9. He was described as an outstanding young poet. Emyr’s poem will be published in a poetry booklet and will be launched on the European Day of Languages on September 26th which will also be a prize giving event for the winners. Daniel Binks’ and Emma Davies’ poems will also be included in the book; their work was described as fantastic. All three pupils have since opted to study French at GCSE.

“This is the first time pupils from our school have entered a Modern Foreign Languages competition such as this and I am extremely proud of their achievements.” Miss D. Hardwick, Head of French.


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