Monthly Archives: March 2013
A number of our boys completed a BCU Kayak Star 1 award following two weeks of practical and theory and one week of assessments over three Sundays. Nine boys spent more than 6 hours on the water, both at King Sedgemoor Drain and the River Exe, to ensure that they were fully aware of launching, recovering, capsizing, steering and control along with the theory and safety aspects of kayaking. Working … Continue Reading
I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am with how well my son is getting on at Brymore. I have a completely different child when he comes home, he is definitely more tolerant of his younger brother for a start. When he comes home or when he calls all he talks about is what he is doing at school and all the activities he’s been doing, he especially … Continue Reading
It was not a result that any of us wanted or had hoped for, as the Brymore rugby team were defeated 15-5 in the final to Haygrove, however it was a match filled with heroic battles, courageous boys and a team effort to rival many a national squad. Captain – Sam Webb, led the team onto the pitch amongst huge cheers from the Brymore faithful and from start to finish … Continue Reading
On Thursday 28th March from 2pm-4pm our Horticulture department will be holding a plant sale. There will be a good variety of different plants on offer along with apple juice and cider vinegar at very reasonable prices so please come along to the gardens and have a look!
Brymore School is one of the star attractions of popular television series – Salvage Hunters, with the episode airing on Monday 11th March at 9pm on Quest and being repeated on Thursday 14th March. Salvage Hunters has claimed a worldwide audience since its launch in 2011 and Drew Pritchard, the modern-day salvage hunter looking out for loot, is back with a new series and one which visits Brymore. To see if the … Continue Reading
The Year 9’s paid a visit to the Ambassador Theatre in Woking on March 6th to see the moving production, based on the book, of Goodnight Mr Tom. The story follows a young boy unhappy at home, William, who is evacuated during the second world war into the care of recluse Mr Tom where they enjoy a happy and loving friendship. The Year 9’s really enjoyed the day and seeing … Continue Reading