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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.

Friday 17th July 1.40 Early Finish

Please be aware that the school will finish early tomorrow.

Family and Community Engagement Campaign

"Education begins at Home" 
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Twitter Link: @edubeginsathome 

Active Travel Consultation

The Council’s Active Travel consultation went live on the Council’s website earlier today and further information on the consultation can be found here - As well as the online survey, respondents will be able to take part by filling in paper copies of the questionnaire at their local libraries/life centres. 

Theatre Trip to the Millennium Centre

On Thursday June 18th 46 pupils travelled to Cardiff to experience a live musical performance. Pupils from every year group, chosen for their own performing arts abilities, watched the hit musical ‘The Bodyguard’ in the Millennium Centre. Each pupil was thrilled to be attending a live performance where they could pick up tips from the professionals to develop their own skills. We were all amazed by the clever staging, along with the lighting effects and even pyrotechnics! Zoe Birkett was the lead female and she was certainly deserving of the part, ensuring each big hit was belted out in true Whitney Houston fashion. It has inspired us to try and tackle some of her songs in choir in the future! All pupils thoroughly enjoyed the show with one pupil exclaiming ‘It was amazing! I will remember this day for the rest of my life!’  It truly was a superb, cultural experience for all involved and one we hope to repeat in the near future. A big thank you to all the pupils who behaved impeccably at all times.

Mrs Rees and Mrs Parry

Millennium Centre

Presentation Evening

This year’s annual event once again demonstrated the wide variety of talent and commitment to learning we have at Maesteg School. We were very fortunate to have a previous
pupil, Mrs Sally Brown as a guest speaker who gave a very motivational speech. This was a very special occasion being Ms Carhart’s final Presentation Evening and she was presented with a Coat of Arms from the Mayor of Maesteg, Mr Mike Harper.

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Photos Taken by Cory Downey and Connor Davies, Year 12