Last October , the Christ College U16’s Netball team competed in the annual South Powys County Tournament that was held at Christ College.
There were some outstanding games played, Willow Ransome and Milly Sandhu dominated the centre court with Sasha Pearson and Sophie Lawrence achieving 93 goals between them in the tournament.
They went on to play Newtown High School in the Regional Final early last month This was a very exciting and emotional game to watch with Christ College and Newtown High giving everything they had. The scores were incredibly tight throughout the match. Christ College U16’s showed tremendous passion and skill, but unfortunately missed out by 2 points to qualify for the Ann Smart Trophy. Final score 22-24 to Newtown High.
While research from University College London has found that engagement between pupils and teachers in Wales is among the lowest in the UK, Christ College Brecon has been bucking the trend and providing 60-70% of the usual timetabled lessons to all pupils. Christ College quickly…Read on
From Shakespeare’s classic tales to modern musical theatre, pupils at Christ College Brecon regularly relish the opportunity to tread the boards and put on a spectacular showcase. At every stage of their senior school experience – Junior House, Middle School and Senior Years – pupils…Read on
MEMORIES OF SIMON FROM CHRIST COLLEGE BRECON AND THE OLD BRECONIAN ASSOCIATION Simon Spencer’s cremation is taking place today, Friday 5th June. Our thoughts are with his wife Felicity and family at this sad time. Simon Spencer. A true Old Breconian. Former pupil, teacher for…Read on
The Boarding Schools Association, of which Christ College Brecon is a member, has published a COVID Safe Charter. Christ College Brecon fully supports all of the measures contained in the charter. The essential advice and guidance in the document represents a basic minimum standard that…Read on
WISC are pleased to announce that they have a new Chair, namely Gareth Pearson , Head at Christ College Brecon https://www.welshisc.co.uk/wisc-announce-that-they-have-a-new-chair/Read on