A LOGO has been unveiled for a new Anglesey “super school” by one of its soon-to-be pupils as construction work continues before Easter’s planned opening.

Eight-year-old Caitlin Roberts, who currently attends Ysgol Niwbwrch, came up with the design that will be used by Ysgol Santes Dwynwen when it opens next year in Newborough.

Designer Nia Sian adapted Caitlin’s original idea into the finished logo after it was selected by governors.

Costing £5m to build, Ysgol Santes Dwynwen will be a Community School and a Church in Wales School for 180 pupils and offering 25 nursery places.

The school was due to open in September 2018, but delays in its construction mean that Ysgol Dwyran, Ysgol Llangaffo and Ysgol Niwbwrch will all remain open until April 2019.

The delays were partially blamed on several elections taking place within a short time frame, with the authority also admitting that lessons had been learned from its experiences when opening YsgolRhyd Y Llan that more time was needed between the builders finishing on site and staff moving into the new school.

Ysgol Gymuned Bodorgan, which also forms part of the new school’s catchment area, shut its doors in July following dwindling pupil numbers.