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Three years ago, when he was a pupil at Builth Wells High School, he sent the picture - which depicts him unclothed but not in a sexual context - to his then girlfriend's mobile phone.
Schools taking part included Bodedern, Anglesey, Ysgol Dyffryn Ogwen, Ysgol Tryfan and Ysgol y Berwyn, Gwynedd, St Josephs Catholic and Anglican School and Darland High School, Wrexham, Eirias High School, Conwy, St David's High School, Alun School, Castell Alun, Flintshire, Ysgol Penglais, Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Builth Wells High School, Brecon High School, John Beddoes School all Powys.
A pupil at Builth Wells High School, now fit again after almost a year out injured.
Builth Wells High School, in Powys, hit a 100% pass rate for the second year in a row.
Builth Wells High School arranged the conference with the Robert Owen Society so that all local organisations interested in sustaining rural communities and improving food in schools can get together to share best practice.
Builth Wells High School is the top-ranked state school in the list, coming in 10th with Howell's School in Cardiff rated the best in Wales by The Sunday Times.
The judges also recommended that a student at Builth Wells High School, James Healey of Gwenddwr, should receive a special commendation.
Builth Wells High School says it is building a vision of the future by creating a 'vibrant community ethos'.