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Maesteg is an 11-19 co-educational school set in pleasant surroundings with specialist facilities for all subject areas. We have a skilled and dedicated staff enabling our pupils to be taught in a well disciplined and caring environment.

We have high expectations of our pupils and are here to help each child fully realise her/his potential and talents and to develop in each one self-worth, self-discipline, a sense of responsibility and respect for others.


End of Term Arrangements

The school will close to pupils at 1.45pm on Friday, 18th July.

Welsh language magazine IAW

Llongyfarchiadau to a selection of Miss James’ year 9A1 pupils. They have had poems and paragraphs published in the Welsh language magazine IAW! Copies will be on display in the Welsh classrooms. Da iawn chi!!

IAW Magazine

IAW Magazine

Green Flag Application

The school is currently pursuing Green Flag status, and we hope to be successful in our application in the Summer Term. We have a thriving Eco committee who are spearheading the work, but other activities have been enjoyed by lots of our
pupils, including the recent assembly on the theme of 'Where does it go?', which gave a whole new meaning to the letter P!

We are also focusing on the problem of litter around the school, and there will be a competition coming up shortly to produce a slogan and poster to try to reduce the amount of litter dropped, especially during break and lunch times.
If you are interested in joining us, or helping in some other way with our work, please see Mrs Winkler or any member of the Eco group.

Eco group photo

Eco school action plan 2013 - 2014

Eco group members 2013 - 2014

Photos eco group


Going Wild with Water

Maesteg School’s Eco group

Pupils from Maesteg School’s Eco group and School Council had a great morning exploring water management with members of Natural Resources Wales last week.

Especially popular was the opportunity to explore local river life by examining kick samples (shown above). The pupils were fascinated to learn about the diversity of wild life on our own front door, and really enjoyed the hands-on (or hands-in!!) experience of studying the creatures.

We really enjoyed the whole range of activities, and are looking forward to our next event in May.

Cody Brain, 16. Maesteg School, Wales


Eco code

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