GCSE Year 10 PE pupils experiencing some circuit training today.
Year 10 Physical Education pupils having a fun day full of outdoor activities
Datganiad i’r Wasg
Ymchwilio i ymosodiad seiber ar Ysgolion Uwchradd
Mae Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn yn ymchwilio i ymosodiad seiber sydd wedi effeithio ar bob un o’i pum ysgol uwchradd.
Mae systemau technoleg gwybodaeth - yn cynnwys cyfrifon e-bost - wedi eu hatal dros dro er mwyn gallu rheoli’r digwyddiad sydd wedi effeithio ar Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Amlwch; Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern; Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni; Ysgol David Hughes, Porthaethwy, ac Ysgol Uwchradd Caergybi.
Fodd bynnag, mae’n bosib bod data personol sy’n cael ei chadw ar y systemau hyn wedi ei chyfaddawdu yn ystod yr ymosodiad seiber.
Eglurodd Annwen Morgan, Prif Weithredwr Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn, “Fe wnaethom ddarganfod yr ymosodiad seiber ddoe (Dydd Mercher, Mehefin 23) ac yna symud yn gyflym i ddod â thîm o ymgynghorwyr technoleg seiber arbenigol i mewn er mwyn ymchwilio i’r mater. Bydd y Ganolfan Diogelwch Seiber Genedlaethol hefyd yn ein cefnogi er mwyn gallu datrys y mater.”
“Mae’n debyg y bydd ychydig o aflonyddwch i’r ysgolion dros yr wythnosau nesaf gan efallai y bydd angen i rai systemau gael eu hadfer ac y bydd eraill yn parhau i fod oddi ar lein am gyfnod.”
Ychwanegodd, “Rydym yn cydweithio’n agos â phartneriaid eraill er mwyn cefnogi ein hysgolion uwchradd. Er na allwn gadarnhau ar hyn o bryd a oes mynediad diawdurdod at ddata wedi digwydd, mae Swyddfa’r Comisiynydd Gwybodaeth wedi eu hysbysu am y digwyddiad.”
Ni fydd Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn yn gwneud unrhyw sylwadau pellach ar hyn o bryd.
Am fwy o wybodaeth: Gethin Jones, Uned Gyfathrebu (01248) 752130
Secondary schools’ cyber-attack investigated
The Isle of Anglesey County Council is investigating a cyber-attack, which has affected all of its five secondary schools.
Information technology systems - including email accounts - have been temporarily disabled to contain the incident, which has affected Ysgol Syr Thomas Jones, Amlwch; Ysgol Uwchradd Bodedern; Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni; Ysgol David Hughes, Menai Bridge, and Ysgol Uwchradd Caergybi.
However, it is possible that personal data held on these systems could have been compromised during the cyber-attack.
Anglesey Council’s Chief Executive, Annwen Morgan, explained, “We discovered the cyber-attack yesterday (Wednesday, June 23rd) and moved quickly to bring in a team of specialised cyber-technology consultants to investigate. The National Cyber Security Centre will also be providing us with support to resolve matters.”
“There is likely to be some disruption at the schools over the coming weeks as systems may need to be restored and others remain offline.”
She added, “We are working closely with other partners to support our secondary schools. Although we are not currently able to confirm that there has been a data breach, the Information Commissioner’s Office has also been made aware of the incident.”
Anglesey Council will not be making any further comment at present.
For further information: Gethin Jones, Communications Unit (01248) 752130
The latest from our PE department - it's great to see our pupils back!
Your vote counts!
Enjoy the break!
Congratulations to Lily, year 10 on gaining Distinction in her grade 2 Singing exam. Well done!
PARENTS QUESTIONNAIRE: Amazing Response! THANK YOU VERY MUCH ...
Thank you all for your amazing response to our questionnaire, amazing in your support and sheer number of responses. We received 326 responses and 179 specific comments and suggestions. I can assure you, that I personally will go through every response and share with you how you will have shaped our provision moving forward. I will also share with you all the data from questions, 1, 2 and 3
Mia from year 11 has been invited to be a part of the Wales under 17 football squad next year. She has worked extremely hard over the years and we’re very proud of her. However, she has some difficult decisions to make as they’d like her to move down to South Wales to attend Coleg y Cymoedd in September. Decisions, decisions!
Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases within Anglesey communities, and following discussions and agreement between the Local Authority and Anglesey Head teachers, it has been decided that pupils will not return to school for face-to-face learning until at least 18/01/2021.
All lessons will continue online.
We aim to welcome all pupils back to school from the 18th onwards - however, this will be confirmed following an assessment of the situation nearer to the time.
We will invite all pupils back into the school buildings when conditions allow.
In the meantime, care will be available for vulnerable children and children of key workers at the individual schools.
Following discussions and agreement with the Local Authority is has been decided that due to the current circumstances, pupils in Years 11-13 will not be returning to school on Wednesday the 6th of January 2021. All lessons will continue online as on previous occasions. We aim to welcome everyone back to school on Monday 11th January but this will be reviewed following an assessment of the situation middle of next week.
Staff Training 04.01.21 & 05.01.21
Online lessons for all pupils Years 7-13 06.01.21-08.01.21
Drum roll...video 2 released tomorrow. Watch this space, this one's a cracker!
Trying to keep everyone safe at Boded. Premium quality masks distributed to everyone today.
Gwybodaeth gan Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn
School Photo Orders
Non-School Uniform Day
The school will re-open Tuesday, 3rd November 2020 for pupils in years 7 and 8.
Pupils in years 9-13 will follow their timetable FROM HOME.
Check Google Classroom for further information.
Thank you to you all for your support over the last half term. Stay safe over the holidays.
INSET Days: 23/10/2020 & 02/11/2020 - SCHOOL CLOSED FOR ALL PUPILS
Year 7 and 12 photos being taken Wednesday 21/10/20. Everyone in full uniform please. The orders will all be placed on line this year.
Year 10 GCSE Physical Education pupils enjoyed a successful afternoon of fitness tests. Well done all of you!