On Thursday, the English Department celebrated National Poetry Day with our annual Alway Poetry Reading Competition. All pupils spent a week of lessons focusing on poems based on this years’ theme of light and the twelve finalists competed as part of our Poetry Party on Thursday afternoon. Congratulations go to the winner Eluned Coleman, who read Meditations at Dawn by Indigo Williams and the runner-up Arthur Eynon who read Night-Lights but Colin Will.
The English Department held its inaugural Poetry and Pudding event on Friday, for all pupils studying Literature in the Sixth Form. These talks are designed to introduce pupils to a wider range of texts beyond those they are studying at A Level. For our first talk, Dr Gareth Evans spoke engagingly about identity and the concept of home in Alun Lewis’ poetry.
Autumn Sports Round Up Christ College Brecon is celebrating a busy term of sport that prevailed over the pandemic, welcomed supporters back to matches and brought pupils and team mates together. Highlights include hockey success across all age groups, an unbeaten season for the 1st…Read on
At a recent meeting, the Board of Governors supported the proposal to replace the current ‘Astro’, the next stage of the school’s investment in its sports facilities. The contract for the new pitch has been awarded to Smith Construction of Lincolnshire. Smith Construction have 40…Read on
On Wednesday 8th December , Christ College Brecon 1st XV met The Oratory School for their annual fixture at Cardiff Arms Park. This fixture was particularly poignant as the teams were playing for the Gary Halpin Salver, a fitting tribute to Gary, Irish rugby legend…Read on
CHRIST College Brecon has appointed a new Deputy Head Academic who will assume responsibility for the academic strategy of the school and leading and developing all departments. Harry Mackridge is the current Head of Academic Innovation at Shrewsbury School, having previously held the position of…Read on
Each year we focus on a number of school events to support, including sport, drama, music and art, inspiring the pupils involved to perform as well as they can and creating an atmosphere of inclusivity, where we remind ourselves of the pride we have in…Read on
After training hard over the summer break with the Welsh Sailing Squad, Emelia Tinch ( Yr 11) has been selected to become part of the Welsh National Laser Squad. With this selection she can now compete at national level. Well done Emelia!Read on