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A number of our Year 12 Product Design students took advantage of an opportunity to spend three days at university prior to making their UCAS application provided by Head Start Cymru and the Engineering Education Scheme Wales. Headstart Cymru is a residential summer school; our students stayed in typical undergraduate accommodation at the university, and […]

Fifty school pupils in Bridgend have been presented with their own laptop computers under an innovative new scheme. Concerned at reports that bright children excelling at IT in school were “falling back” with their homework because they did not have access to a computer at home, Councillors Peter Foley and Roger Marsh decided to act. […]

Dear Parent/ Carer, We would like to share our good news with you. Brynteg has now been placed in the top category for each of the elements that make up the National Standards Categorisation. Whilst National School Categorisation is just one means of assessing a school’s performance, I am delighted to inform you that Brynteg […]

Kathmandu, a sprawling city of over 49 square kilometres but home to nearly a million. Considering that the city was hit by a massive earthquake measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale only 8 months ago, our experience of it was not tainted by the constant views of rubble and collapsed buildings, but rather filled with […]

Day Lunch After School Monday Product design – Mr Buller 75 Art – Art block German CA/Catch up – Mrs Smith 506 Childcare and Health & Social – Miss Jarrett,15 PE – Miss Welsford 13 English – Mrs Owen 3 Tuesday Music workshop – Mrs Fender 19 Product design – Mr Buller 75 Textiles – […]

Brynteg welcomed ex- Welsh rugby international Ian Gough to the school on the 24th November to work with 12 year 11 boys as part of the ’Reach for the Sky’ programme, which has been launched across a number of schools in South Wales. This is a mentoring scheme being run in conjunction with Education Staffing […]

The year 7 netball teams played away to Llangynwyd yesterday. We came away with one win and one loss. The A team won convincingly with a score of 17-7. Hollie Edwards was nominated as the player’s player of the match for her excellent feeds into the circle. Leah Samuel as the Teacher’s player for her […]

The GCSE and A level Drama students were lucky enough to go and see the stage adaptation of Shawshank Redemption at The New Theatre Cardiff. A truly inspirational and dramatic portrayal of corruption and politics within an institution. A story of hope and passion performed incredibly by Ian Kelsey and Patrick Robinson as the leads. […]

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