Walkers have teamed up with Terracycle to make it easier to recycle their crisp packets and reduce the impact on the environment. Their aim is to nake all their packaging 100% recycable, compostable or biodegradeable by 2025.
St Nicholas are thrillled to announce they have a collection box for your empty packets, so please save (any brand) and send them into main reception.
Empty crisp packets with be cleaned and shredded and turned into plastic pellets, these pellets will be transformed into park benches, plant pots, watering cans and cool bags.
Not forgetting we still have a battery box in reception for your old batteries.
The annual Lord Atkin Lecture took place on Friday evening and it was a pleasure to welcome this year’s guest speaker, the Right Honourable Lady Justice Nicola Davies DBE to this year’s event. Guests were treated to a fantastic insight into her career and there…Read on
On 10th of November Christ College sixth form students travelled to London for a two day study trip to see a selection of world class Art exhibitions and collections in London. It was a packed itinerary and students made the most of their time, sketching…Read on
Year 9 are currently studying Buddhist beliefs and practices and yesterday had fascinating visit to the Palpung Changchub Dargyeling Buddist Temple in Brynmawr. Pauliina, a Buddhist lay preacher talked about multiple topics related to the pupil’s studies including the history of Buddhism and its…Read on
The annual House Music Competition took place on the morning of Saturday 15th October, adjudicated by Mr Jack Bowtell, a professional operatic baritone and visiting singing teacher at Christ College. As always, house leaders put in a huge amount of work to ensure a high…Read on
Christ College Brecon has welcomed a new Head of Cricket who will join the school with over 10 years’ experience as a national coach. Alistair Waldron has joined Christ College for the 2022/23 academic year in addition to his role as Director of Cricket at…Read on