As a true comprehensive school, we aim to provide an excellent education for all types of learner, from our potential Oxbridge candidates to those with additional needs. The individual support and care that our students receive underpins their success and explains why so many of our students decide to stay on into the Sixth Form. We are working hard to ensure that we improve upon our academic achievements year on year. Education is not just about examination results, and at Bryn Celynnog we have a staff who are passionate not only about raising standards but also about supporting achievement at all levels. The school has a vibrant programme of extra-curricular activities and a thriving student council. Our young people are given many opportunities to develop values such as mutual respect, tolerance and consideration for others. We are justifiably proud of the results they achieve in all aspects of school life and of the contribution that they make in the wider community. Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School is a co-educational secondary school which offers a comprehensive education to students from the ages of 11-18.


Year 6 Summer Reading Challenge

Pupils starting Year 7 in September can exchange their reading books over the holidays for new ones at the School Uniform Shop, located in the school canteen.
We look forward to hearing all about the fantastic books that pupils have read over the 6 week break.


Online Payments
Parents and Guardians can now pay online for school dinners. To register for this service please select the links below:
English Language 
 Welsh Language

Welsh Baccalaureate at Bryn Celynnog

The Summer Reading Competition


Tell us what reading means to you, or about your best reading experiences, or write something inspired by a book you have read and you could win your summer holiday reading list! Perhaps you want to recommend a book that you think everyone should read? Perhaps you are a reluctant reader but have found a book you love? Or perhaps you want to try your hand at creative writing or poetry inspired by books?
There are endless possibilities of what to submit. Be as creative as you can.

1) The competition is open to students from Years 7-12
2) Entries should be between 250-500 words and can be handwritten or typed and handed to you English teacher together with this form to tell us which books you would like to win!
3) The closing date is Friday 6th July
4) All entries will receive ClassChart points

For more information please select the link below: