Roll of Honour

Our roll of honour highlights the top achievements of our pupils and students in their chosen fields of excellence.

Sport  |  Harry Peniket Raises Money for Sport Relief

In March 2020,Year 7 pupil Harry Peniketdecided he wanted to try and raise money for Sports Relief. A keen runner, he decided  to run as many miles as he could. Starting from Sunday 8th March until Sports relief day on Friday 13th March, over those 6 days he ran an amazing 19 miles. Harry managed to raise a whopping £178.00 for Sports Relief. 

What a brilliant achievement Harry, well done, we are very proud of you!

Harry P

26th May 2020

PUPIL ROLL OF HONOUR   |  Sam Lowe Thursday 14th May 2020

Many congratulations to Sam Lowe, who has been nominated by a family member for a place on our roll of honour. The coronavirus pandemic is both a challenging and worrying time but many of our pupils have found their time to shine. Sam has shown tremendous strength of spirit by committing to his school work during this time, ensuring that he has kept on top of everything that has been set for him and revising work and concepts that he has already completed. Sam has wanted to prioritise his studies over the chance to join his family for movie and games nights. Sam's family would like him to know that they are very proud of him for his good character and for his strong work ethic.....and so are we !

14th May 2020

PUPIL ROLL OF HONOUR   |  Carys Rodemer Thursday 14th May 2020

Many congratulations to Carys Rodemer who has been nominated  for a place on our roll of honour. The coronavirus pandemic is both a challenging and worrying time but many of our pupils have found their time to shine. Carys has been nominated by her family, she has shown real strength of spirit and has overcome some personal challenges, independently completing school work, happily and confidently being an absolute superstar at home, helping with household tasks and showing genuine care, concern and help to others. She has also been of fantastic help to her mother, who has been caring for Carys' elderly grandparents.

Well Done Carys - keep shining ! We're proud of you !

14th May 2020

Sport  |  U15s Indoor Cricket Success

Ysgol Harri Tudur / Henry Tudor School Year 9 and 10 girls cricket team attended the Sports Pembrokeshire U15s indoor cricket tournament held held at Tenby leisure centre on 12 March 2020.

There were many fantastic individual batting and bowling performances in what was a truly successful team effort. The team have qualified for the regional finals in a few weeks time.

Congratulations and good luck from everyone at Ysgol Harri Tudur at the regional finals!

U15s Indoor CricketBack row (left to right): Lili McFadzean, Jess Mellalieu, Charlotte Kinsella, Katie Gibbins, Sophie Lewis, May Sudbury

Front row (left to right): Felicity Lewis, Caera Lewis, Leah Carroll, Olivia Probert, Shanai Colley


16th March 2020

Sport  |  Iori Humphreys Welsh Cross Country Championship

Iori Humphreys came 7th at the recent Welsh Cross Country  Championships.

Iori will now represent Wales in the Siab International in Scotland. 

Well done Iori this is a fantastic achievement and good luck from everyone at Ysgol Harri Tudur when you represent Wales.Iori Humphries final

13th March 2020

Sport   |  James Harris West Wales Regional Swimming Championships

James Harris took part  in the West Wales Regional Swimming Championships held in Haverfordwest recently. His first time racing in a competitive event.

James gained a personal best getting through to the finals in which he swam another personal best.

James is a member of Pembroke Swimming Club. Many congratulations James on your achievements! 

10th February 2020

Performance  |   Ysgol Harri Tudur's Got Talent

Ysgol Harri Tudur's Got Talent ! 

Many congratulations to all the performers who took part in Ysgol Harri Tudur's Got Talent last night!  It takes considerable courage and shows real strength of spirit to participate in events like these and the supportive audience were certainly treated to a range of acts including comedy, dance and singing. 

Well done to everyone who took part - all of whom receive a Headteacher's Award and 15 house points, in addition to the following awards 

1st prize  Georgie Rochester 

2nd prize Ethan Clift 

3rd prize Catrin Connellan and Megan Thomas 

Three prizes for originality were given to 

Sophie Butland Smith 

Ieaun Evans 

Noah Pooley 

7th February 2020

Sport  |   Pembrokeshire Insport Swimming Gala

Students from the LRC took part in the Pembrokeshire Insport Swimming Gala as part of the Disability Sport Wales Scheme in Fishguard Leisure Centre. Students took part in many races including individual medley and relay races. All students came away with medals. Congratulations and well done to you all!

LRC Swimming GalaPictured L-R:

Back Row: Tom Fairbairn Owen Howells Oscar Watson-Dotchin Brandon JolliffeRhys BakerRhys Howells

Front Row: Rio Carter Alfie Collinson Elizabeth Yon


3rd February 2020

Sport  |   Cross Country

Well done to all pupils who competed in the recent Cross Country event in Haverfordwest, a superb effort by all!

Congratulations to the following pupils who have qualified for the Dyfed meet which will take place in Haverfordwest this Tuesday 28 February 2020:

Ellie Lewis

Morgan Williams

Jess Morris

Jack Jones

Iori Humphries

27th January 2020

SPORT  |   Pembroke Octopush Club

The Octopush junior regional championships were held in Newport on Saturday 25 January 2020. Pembroke and Haverfordwest players joined to compete in the tournament putting in 2 teams.

Pupils of Ysgol Harri Tudur / Henry Tudor School taking part were:

Year 11 - Wales Team A - Welsh region Gold medal winners

Elin Edwards

Lauren Omnet

Lucy Rogers (V.captain)

Jasmine Russell (captain)


Year 11 and 10 - Wales Team B players

Molly Edwards

Olivia Lyseight Jones (captain)

Zachary Lyseight Jones

Liv Richards

Charley Waterman

Wales A playing outstanding Octopush using all their skills, strength and determination played 7 matches. Winning 6 and drawing just 1 game completing a fantastic effort finishing in 1st place and winning their first ever tournament and becoming the best in the country.

Wales B a younger team and playing most of the tournament with no sub's grew in confidence and commitment and towards the last few games played some of their best Octopush. A good experience well done everyone

Ysgol Harri Tudur, Pembroke Octopush club coaches and parents are very proud of your achievements and success. Congratulations and well done to you all!


27th January 2020

Sport  |   All Wales Urdd Gobaith Cymru Swimming Final Success

Well done to Ben Hillary, Georgia LeeCaera Lewis and Charlie Shiels who gained 1st place in the Mixed Medley Relay team race, representing Ysgol Harri Tudur and Pembrokeshire at the All Wales Urdd Gobaith Cymru swimming final. The competition was held at the National Pool, Cardiff on Sunday 26th January.

Urdd Swimming Jan 2020

Caera also came 2nd in the Individual BreastStroke and 5th in the Individual Medley.

Caera Lewis

Llongyfarchiadau mawr iddyn nhw!  Fantastic results!

27th January 2020

Debating Team  |   Rotary Club Youth Speaks Challenge

Last night (22 January 2020) our school debating team competed in the Rotary Club's Youth Speaks challenge, in the Plas Hyfred, Narberth. The standard was very high and our team was the youngest in the senior section. Despite this, the judges were very impressed by the quality and expertise of our debaters, awarding Daisy Smith the best Proposer of the evening and commending the whole team. Congratulations to Daisy, Seren Cowen and Gethin Lewis from year 10 who were all a huge credit to our school.

Youth Speaks

23rd January 2020

Sport  |   Year 9 Rugby Success in Welsh Cup

The Ysgol Harri Tudur Year 9 rugby team played the next round of the Welsh Cup yesterday (22 January 2020). They won 22-17 and are in the last 16 of the Cup competition.

Congratulaions to everyone involved and the team below. Good Luck for the next round!

Dylan Rowe

Mitchell Williams

Jack Nicholas

Andrew Bugby

Charlie Simpson

Jac Nunn

Josh Greenwood

Max Boswell

Freddie Wilson

Dan Evans 

Billy Jones 

Dylan Kid

Morgan Williams (Captain)

Ioan Mutter 

TJ Jones


23rd January 2020

Swimming   |  Wales Urdd Gobaith Cymru Final Good Luck

Ben Hillary Geiorgia Lee Caera Lewis Charlie Shiels will represent Ysgol Harri Tudur and Pembrokeshire  in the all Wales Urdd Gobaith Cymru final, in the National Pool, Cardiff on Sunday 26th January. We wish you every success!

21st January 2020

Sport  |  Liam Topp Wins Sport Pembrokeshire Award

 Liam Topp

Congratulations to Liam Topp who won the 2019 Sport Pembrokeshire Awards Boys (under 16) Sporting Achievement of the Year Award. 

This is an amazing achievement, well done Liam. We look forward to hearing about your future successes.


9th December 2019

Youth Assembly  |  Naomi Evans Elected as Chair of Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly

Naomi Evans

Naomi Evans from Year 11, has been elected as Chair of the Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly. Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly is facilitated by the Children and Young People's Rights Office of the Local Authority and aims to be the voice of young people in Pembrokeshire. They aim to do this by creating opportunities to participate in decision making on issues that impact upon the lives of Pembrokeshire's young people.

Naomi had a tough election process up against candidates from Pembrokeshire College so huge congratulations to her. Very well done.

2nd December 2019

Pembrokeshire Spotlight Award  |  Naomi Evans Awarded for Achieving Positive Change

Naomi Evans (Year 11) 

During the half-term, Naomi attended the Pembrokeshire Spotlight Awards at Folly Farm. Naomi was shortlisted for the award  'Achieving Positive Change' and was awarded First Place. 

Naomi received a medal, certificate, and an Amazon gift card. 

Naomi is an active member of the School Council and Pembrokeshire Youth Assembly. She is also a youth representative for the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Youth Forum.  It was her work through this in which she was nominated and awarded. 

Well done and congratulations Naomi.

11th November 2019

Sport  |  Mena Williams Excels in Weightlifting and is selected to compete for Wales

Mena Williams took Gold at the Welsh Weightlifting Age Group cometition on Saturday 2nd November. Mena currently holds 3 Welsh records and is ranked 3rd in Great Britain. 

Mena has also this week been selected to compete for Wales at the Celtic Nations 2019 at the end of the month. 

Congratulations Mena and good luck for the forthcoming Celtic Nations, we look forward to hearing about your future successes.


5th November 2019

Girlguiding  |   Pupils Achieve High Awards


Poppy Bryant; Charlotte Lewis; Winnie Thomas; and Ruby Tingle; have this week been awarded their Baden Powell Challenge Awards. This is the highest award that a guide can earn and is the result of over 2 years of hard work completing ten clauses, ranging from Healthy Lifestyles and Global Adventures to planning and running activities for groups of peers or younger girls.


 Sophie Moseley and Abi Thomas have been awarded their Guide Gold Awards. These are new awards that show ongoing commitment, developing leadership and team working skills and being willing to stretch themselves.

Well done to all!

15th October 2019

Sport  |  Caera Lewis excels in Swim Wales events, selected for Swim England in October
Caera Lewis Sep 2019Caera Lewis (Year 9) took part in the Swim Wales Summer Nationals in July and August and won the Gold in 200m breaststroke and also picked up the silver medals in the 50m and 100m breaststroke events. This is an open event so it attracts swimmers not from just Wales but all over GB.
Caera has also recently been selected to swim in the Swim England National County Team Championships in Sheffield during the first weekend in October. This elite level meet sees the best swimmers from the English Counties and the Scottish and Welsh regions go head to head in the short course 25 metre pool.

18th September 2019