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  • Coleg Llanymddyfri / Llandovery College
    Queensway
    Llandovery
    Carmarthenshire
    SA20 0EE
  • Head: Mr Guy Ayling MA
  • T 01550 723 005
  • F 01550 723002
  • E admissions@llandoverycollege.com
  • W www.llandoverycollege.com/
  • An independent school for boys and girls aged from 4 to 18.
  • Boarding: Yes
  • Local authority: Carmarthenshire
  • Pupils: 300
  • Religion: Church of Wales
  • Fees: Day: £8,205 - £17,520 Boarding: £17,880 - £26,260 p.a.
  • Open days: One per Term

What the school says...

Llandovery College offers excellent facilities, first class teaching in small class sizes and a wide range of opportunities for intellectual, social and physical development. Our broad ability and inclusive school ensures a bespoke academic experience within a small, compassionate and friendly community where pupils build the skills to be outstanding young men and women who can stand out and make their mark in the world.

Llandovery College is celebrating a record breaking year of academic results with a substantial increase on last year across the board. Pupils continue to achieve a high rate of acceptance to their first choice university with many moving on to Russell Group universities.

The College is renowned for producing world class rugby players. Passion for sport is unrivalled with pupils competing at regional, national and international levels in no less than 17 sports. Set within 45 acres of beautiful grounds, facilities include a 9-hole golf course.

Music and the performing arts also have an enviable reputation with the orchestra and choir performing to an exceptionally high standard both at home and overseas.

An extensive co-curricular programme includes a thriving Combined Cadet Force and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

Academic and special talent scholarships are available.
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