Monthly Archives: March 2018

During Monday 12th March until Monday 19th March a group of year 10 and year 11 pupils spent a week with their French host families as part of our annual foreign exchange. The trip was a huge success, with all pupils benefitting from total immersion in the French way of life, attending lessons, discovering the […]

Brynteg School celebrated World Book Day on Tuesday 6th March.  The winners of the short story competition were announced during the recent Eisteddfod. Part of the prize was for their winning stories to be published in the Online News Bulletin. Well done to all entrants. Year 7  1st – The slippery fish by Milly B […]

Dylan Pritchard from year 11 was successful with the BBC School Report Sports Reporter scheme and has been selected as a Sports Reporter in Wales. He was offered a 5 day work experience placement at the BBC. Dylan has pitched a sport story and his mentor assisted him to make this over the 5 days. […]

Brynteg celebrated this years Eisteddfod on 14th March for years 10-13 and 15th March for years 7-9 Da iawn Brynteg! A little later than planned thanks to the snow, we recently held our Eisteddfodau and Eisteddfod concerts. The talent on display was outstanding, and the acts included plenty of variety, from singing, acting, dancing and […]

Congratulations to Ella and Seren of year 10 who won second prize in the National Oxplore Big Question Competition run in conjunction with the University of Oxford and secondary schools across the country.  Pupils from schools nationwide were invited to submit a thought provoking question as part of the University’s Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach Program […]

Brynteg School were due to celebrate World Book Day on 2nd March, however due to the recent school closure we will now be celebrating World Book Day on Tuesday 6th March.  All pupils and staff can come to school dressed as a book character, if they wish to – the best dressed book character competition for […]