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College learners to perform ‘The Sad Club’ as part of the National Theatre Connections 2019 festival

The National Theatre’s nationwide youth theatre festival, Connections offers youth theatre groups across the country a unique chance to perform a new play as part of the festival. Learners from the college’s Performing Arts department will join 5,000 other talented young people from right across the UK  as they inspire and entertain audiences with a play for, and about, young people, that is current, challenging and relevant.

You can join the audience and be one of the first to see this brand new play by Luke Barnes, performed by our learners.

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College Merthyr Tydfil named as joint top performing colleges in Wales

The College Merthyr Tydfil has, today, been named as the joint top performing vocational college in Wales in 2017/18 for the second year running, achieving an overall success rate of 86%, 2% above the Welsh sector average of 84%. In addition the college is ranked as the top performing college in Wales for main qualifications.

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College Merthyr Tydfil named as joint top performing colleges in Wales

The College Merthyr Tydfil has, today, been named as the joint top performing vocational college in Wales in 2017/18 for the second year running, achieving an overall success rate of 86%, 2% above the Welsh sector average of 84%. In addition the college is ranked as the top performing college in Wales for main qualifications.

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College Merthyr Tydfil named as joint top performing colleges in Wales

The College Merthyr Tydfil has, today, been named as the joint top performing vocational college in Wales in 2017/18 for the second year running, achieving an overall success rate of 86%, 2% above the Welsh sector average of 84%. In addition the college is ranked as the top performing college in Wales for main qualifications.

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College Merthyr Tydfil student Kate Gibson shortlisted for British Education Award 2019

Kate Gibson, former BTEC Applied Science student at The College Merthyr Tydfil, has been shortlisted for the prestigious British Education Awards.

Now in its third year, British Education Awards (BEA) celebrates the academic and extracurricular achievements of students in the UK.

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