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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 […]

Dear Parent/Carer RE: School Uniform Changes September 2017. In March 2017 I wrote to you outlining the changes we are implementing to the school uniform. This has come about as a result of our discussions with the Pupil Council and wider consultation. At our recent Y6 Parents’ Evening our Year 7 pupils modelled the new […]

Dear Parent/ Carer, I would like to share the school’s good news with you. Brynteg has now been placed in the top category for each of the elements that make up National School Categorisation for the second year in succession. Standards Group Improvement Capacity Support Category 1 A Green Whilst National School Categorisation is just […]

Ten Year 11 pupils currently studying GCSE Product Design and the BTEC Engineering course have successfully been accepted onto a twelve week training programme at Bridgend Ford. Students have been attending the Saturday clubs and are currently working through three modules studying Mechanical, Electrical and Systems Engineering. Based at the Waterton Technology Centre in Bridgend […]

On 26th September, 20 GCSE French students and 2 teachers from Brynteg and Bryntirion Schools said goodbye to their schools and families for a week to take part in the annual French exchange trip with the students of Collège Chambéry in Villenave-d’Ornon, Bridgend’s French twinned town. There was a buzz of excitement (and some nerves!) […]

On Friday 14th October some of our brightest Year 11, 12 and 13 students were provided with the opportunity to meet with Professor Matthew Williams (our link tutor at Oxford University). Year 11 students were asked to think critically about the origin of words and their meanings and generated some of their own new words. […]

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