20Nov 2015

On Friday November 6th Mrs. Fender and Mrs. Morgan walked through the wind and rain with Vocalmotion to the Heronston Hotel for their much anticipated performance at the Bridgend Association of Voluntary Organisations Annual Awards Ceremony. The event celebrates and recognises the sacrifices and commitment of many of the hard working volunteers in our Borough […]

11Nov 2015

Wednesday 4th November saw us hold our annual Parent Information Evening for new Year 7 parents in Lower School Hall. During the evening, Mr Wade spoke to parents about our whole-school strategies aimed at driving up standards in literacy and numeracy and Mrs O’Brien and Mrs Kinsey explained the Year 7 programmes of study for […]

10Nov 2015

The Nuffield Foundation supports work experience for Year 12 students who are studying Science (including Psychology), Technology, Engineering and Maths at A Level. Placements are available in universities, commercial companies, voluntary organisations and research institutions. Only 75 placements were awarded across the whole of Wales and Brynteg students Lucy Elliot, Ellie James, Rhys Evans and […]

03Nov 2015

On 26th September, like lots of other schools all over Europe, Brynteg celebrated ‘European Day of Languages’. On the day, teachers across the school swapped their usual welcome of ‘shwmai!’ in lessons to more exotic greetings such as ‘hola!’, ‘moi, moi!’ and ‘goeiedag!’. The Languages Faculty arranged lots of fun events for the day, including a European Café at break time where delicacies […]

03Nov 2015

The pupils’ own review of the occasion We were buzzing with excitement after returning from our French Exchange trip, eager to share our experiences with family and friends. On 26th September we flew to Bordeaux and then on to Villenave d’Ornon, Bridgend’s twin town, to spend a week immersed in French culture and daily life. On arrival, we were matched up […]

03Nov 2015

Four of our pupils were selected to represent the County for U16 hockey on the weekend of the 3/4 October. They were Georgia Catton, Megan Hooper, Lowri Mordecai and Bethan Johnson. The girls played extremely well and put in a very accomplished performance, winning their first game 2-0 against West Glamorgan. Georgia Catton also made the score sheet as she […]