26Oct 2017

On the weekend of October 21st year 13 art students from Brynteg were involved in exhibiting their artwork in an open house as part of the Made in Roath Arts festival in Cardiff. The event in its 5th year was very popular with visitors viewing the exhibited work. It is obvious that our students have […]

25Oct 2017

As part of our on going commitment to educating the whole school community about eSafety and safe online behaviour we would like to highlight some internet resources produced by Welsh Government. There is a number of these, some aimed at parents and carers, and some at students: For Parents: A parent and carer’s guide to […]

16Oct 2017

After completing the three sections of physical, skills and volunteering, we prepared for our final expedition. We first completed a training event and a practice expedition. The training involved us learning how to do basic map reading, alongside a teacher for one day and one night. The practice involved the group walking for two days […]

16Oct 2017

From the 21st to the 24th of September, twelve students completed a four day expedition for their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Over this period, the pupils would have to be self-sufficient, carrying all of their food, drink, shelter and other supplies without any outside help. Combined with the mountainous Brecon landscape, this was inevitably […]

13Oct 2017

October 2017 Dear Parent/Carer, We hope that your child has settled well into Brynteg and is enjoying the wide range of learning opportunities that Brynteg has to offer. Feedback from parents has been very positive in terms of the transition arrangements and this has certainly helped in ensuring that pupils settle more quickly and smoothly […]

12Oct 2017

We were delighted to welcome so many people from the local community to our school on September 28th for Brynteg’s annual open evening. We had visitors from across Bridgend, but it was particularly pleasing for us to be able to welcome so many parents, carers and students from our cluster primary schools. There was so […]