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Llanfyllin High School

Llanfyllin High School is a co-educational comprehensive school of 804 pupils from the age of 11 to 18 with 50 FTE teachers (full time equivalent) and 26 support staff. It serves a wide rural area of about 200 square miles and about 19% of the pupils have Welsh as their first language. Pupils from fourteen primary schools normally attend. Llanfyllin is a small town of about 1,200 inhabitants and the school is pleasantly and centrally situated in the extensive grounds of the former Llwyn Hall. The school was built in the 1950s to replace an earlier building and was considerably extended in the early 1970s. The school completed a £2.2 million extension and remodelling programme in 1998 providing a high standard of accommodation and resources. All departments are in specialist suites including a Drama Studio, Theatre and several ICT suites.

Our School Energy Management Team (SEMT)

Jocelyn McKenzie

Jocelyn McKenzie

Senior Project Manager
Katie Woolley

Katie Woolley

Senior Project Manager
Niamh Taylor

Niamh Taylor

Senior Project Manager
Charlotte Smith

Charlotte Smith

Project Manager
Willow Myers

Willow Myers

Project Manager
Isobel Humphreys

Isobel Humphreys

Project Manager
Lilly-ann Williams

Lilly-ann Williams

Project Manager
Mabon McCluskey

Mabon McCluskey

Project Manager
Katie James

Katie James

Promotions Manager
Ruby Prust

Ruby Prust

Promotions Manager
Ben Leoni

Ben Leoni

Energy Data Manager
Maddie Hughes

Maddie Hughes

Energy Advisor
Matthew Benson

Matthew Benson

Energy Advisor
Callum Zannetti

Callum Zannetti

Energy Advisor
Kenzie Dawson

Kenzie Dawson

Energy Advisor
Arwain
Powys County Council
Funded by Welsh Government
The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
Sustainable Development Fund