Monthly Archives: February 2013
We are delighted to say that our senior rugby squad have made it through to the finals of the cup and in true Brymore spirit will go out onto the pitch, ably led by the captain Sam Webb, full of determination and brimming with sportsmanship. The re-arranged date for the final is Wednesday 13th March at 6.45pm.
Brymore School held its annual paper aeroplane challenge on the final full day of the half term to cheers from the crowd. With a large number of contestants and three main prizes up for grabs this was one contest nobody wanted to avoid. Miss Bradford, ably aided by Tim Stevenson, Gareth Stockton and Mrs Austin as officiates, started the proceedings which involved the entrants having to construct an aircraft from one … Continue Reading
Brymore School has recently received a grant to help develop a bike trail, purchase equipment and start a cycling club. Sport England, the national body set-up to encourage sport participation within the UK, has awarded £10,000 to the school for this cycling initiative and in doing so has already encouraged boys to start the sport. The boys at Brymore have worked hard to build their own bicycle trail in the … Continue Reading
March 8th – Year 9 v Haygrove (home) – 4pm March 13th – Sedgemoor Final against Haygrove at North Petherton Rugby Ground – 6.45pm KO March 16th – Year 10 & 11 v Millfield (away) – 2pm March 22nd – Year 9 v Haygrove (away) – 4pm March 23rd – Rugby 7’s at Brymore – 2pm March 28th – Rugby and Hockey House Finals at Brymore – 2pm
Brymore School were given a flavour of the future of nuclear power on their doorstep after a recent visit to the Hinkley Point Power Station. Energy suppliers EDF, who own the Hinkley B and C site, toured 48 Year 10 boys around the Hinkley B site; talking them through the way nuclear energy is made, showing them the 2 reactors and fuel filling machine from up high and viewing the … Continue Reading
Brymore School’s Horticulture department have very kindly been donated hundreds of bulbs from a local Garden Centre. Cheddar Garden Centre contacted the school recently to see if we could utilise their excess tulip bulbs and with a resounding ‘yes’ we have now planted nearly all of the selection around the school site. Reuben Willcocks, Head of Horticulture, stated ‘it is hugely important that the boys get the hands-on experience of … Continue Reading