A Cynon Valley company which wants to raise awareness of a serious medical condition have found a very unique way of doing so.
Rocialle, based in Mountain Ash , have attempted to set a record for the most people forming the shape of a pair of lips – and 270 people grabbed red ponchos to be a part of the awareness-raising event on Thursday afternoon.
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School finishes for all pupils on Tuesday 19th July at 3:15.
Years 7-11 Pupils return to school on Friday 2nd September.
To find out what has been happening in and around school why not read our ‘Summer Term‘.
We have to say a farewell to a number of staff this term who will be leaving us.
Firstly we are saying goodbye to Mr Lloyd our Headteacher. Mr Lloyd joined MACS in 2010 and is leaving us to take up a post of Headteacher at Ebbw Fawr School.
Mrs Jones (Business Studies) is retiring after teaching at MACS for 39 years. She came to us in 1977 and has taught Office Practice, Commerce and Business Studies and has been our BTEC Co-ordinator. She will be greatly missed and we wish her well in her retirement.
We also say goodbye to Mrs Cleves, Head of our Art Department, who has been with us since 1996.
We also say farewell to Mr Perry, Progress Manager who is moving on to pastures new as is Mr Gudgeon from the Science department who is leaving the teaching profession to go into industry and Mrs Green from the Welsh Department who starts at Chepstow Comprehensive School. We also say goodbye to Mr Venables, our Learning Coach.
The LRC say goodbye to Paige who is going on to study for her PGCE at Swansea University. We are sure she will make a great teacher and wish her every success. Natalie Griffiths who has been with us for a year and has taught many subjects including PSE and Health and Social