Monthly Archives: February 2018

Dear parent/carer Please note, on the advice of the local authority, the school will be  closed tomorrow and Friday (see statement below). Arrangements will be made for our pupils who have worked so hard on their Eisteddfod entries to perform next week.  At the moment the plan is to open the school on Monday but […]

On 31st January Brynteg School hosted a very successful Sixth Form Open Evening held in a packed Upper School Hall. It was great to see so many parents and carers from other schools in the area. Parents and carers listened very carefully to the many benefits of returning to the sixth form and the tremendous […]

On Friday 2nd March during lesson one, year 13 will be involved in a talk from Student Finance Wales. The talk will cover information on tuition fees and student loans. This is a vital talk for students to attend regarding University applications. Mr A Harris Sixth Form Progress Leader  

On Wednesday 7th February year 9 and the Performing Arts department, GCSE and A Level music pupils visited the Millennium Centre, Cardiff to watch Welsh National Opera’s dress-run of Puccini’s “Tosca”. Pupils were treated to an afternoon of first class performances from Helen Rutter (Tosca), Hector Sandoval (Cavaradossi) and Mark S. Doss (Scarpia). The orchestra […]

There will be a meeting on Wednesday 28th February at 5:15 pm, in the Lower School Hall for those pupils in years 10 and 11 who are participating in the Bridgend Town Twinning Exchange trip.  The school will distribute further details and answer any questions you may have.

On Wednesday 31st January, Mr Tim Penn visited Brynteg to talk about Communication in the Global Trading Environment to year 9 pupils. Tim is a business man who had developed partnerships with different countries in the world. Tim explained and discussed the benefit of speaking several languages in today’s world and how in a globally […]

On 9th February a group of Brynteg year 7 and year 8 pupils represented Wales in The Shakespeare Schools Competition at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. Congratulations to all pupils that took part in the competition all students were great ambassadors for our school and it was noted that we have so […]

This fundraiser event has been organised by Brynteg Performing Arts Department in aid of the “High School Musical” school production. The race night will be held on Friday 23rd March 2018 at Bridgend Rugby Club, 7.00 p.m for a 7.30 p.m start. Tickets are £10 and curry and rice is included. The evening will consist […]

The purpose of the Global Challenge is to provide opportunities for students to understand and respond to global issues, while considering the impact of relevant external factors. Students have been learning about PESTLE factors and applying their Problem Solving and Critical Thinking skills in evaluating the credibility of sources of information. Key Stage 4 have been […]

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