Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School


Context and background Several policies highlight the use of technology in learning and teaching: Global Futures, the Digital Competence Framework (DCF) and Successful Futures to name a few. An increasing number of schools within Central South Consortium are developing the use of digital technologies in MFL. However, this was often […]

Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School – Digital Technologies in the MFL Classroom



Context and background Staff were concerned that pupils weren’t engaging with feedback, which was primarily directive. The new literacy co-ordinator was familiar with the practice of question-based feedback, which had been shown through research to have greater impact on learning. The department felt that it was necessary for pupils to engage with the […]

Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School – Effective Marking and Feedback to Raise Attainment of eFSM Pupils



Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School is an English-medium school for 11 to 18-year-old pupils in Vale of Glamorgan local authority. The percentage of pupils eligible for free school meals is around 28.9%, which is well above the average of 17.4% for Wales. The school has 28.2% of pupils on the special […]

Estyn – Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School: Sequencing activities to enable pupils to build their skills in modern foreign languages incrementally   Recently added!



Five secondary schools, one from each local authority within Central South Consortium Joint Education Service, were invited to take part in the pilot. The selected schools were: Brynteg Comprehensive School – Bridgend Bryn Hafren Comprehensive School - Vale of Glamorgan Eastern High School – Cardiff Pen Y Dre High School – Merthyr […]

Central South Consortium Physical Literacy Team: Learner Voice