Monthly Archives: October 2018
I want to say thank you for what you have done for my grandson, you have helped turn him into a mature and very considerate young man who seems sure of where he is going. He already knows how much Brymore has shaped him despite only recently becoming an Old boy! (Grandparent of Year 11, 2015)
We just wanted to say that sending our son to Brymore is one of the best decisions we have ever made and are so grateful to you and your staff. (Year 11 parent 2016)
Staff and students could not have been more helpful and friendly and we were very impressed by the standard of work on display. Our grandson is one of your new pupils and we feel he is very lucky. (Open Day Visitor 2018)
Applications for boys to start at Brymore in September 2019 are open. For those with sons who are starting next September please remember the closing date of 31 October 2018 for parents to make an application for their child to transfer to a secondary is fast approaching. Should anyone else wish to come and view the school before they decide then please contact our admissions secretary on 01278 652369. It … Continue Reading
Pastoral Support Administrator Required for November 2018 or asap thereafter Grade: 14, points 13 – 17 (Actual salary: £13,626 – £14,630) 37 hours per week, 36 weeks (term time plus 2 weeks, to include some Saturdays) Brymore is a State Boarding School for boys aged 11 – 17 set in its own 60 acre site with a working farm, gardens, workshops and sports facilities which are fully utilised in the … Continue Reading
My son has struggled with school life since it began in Reception class many years ago, in the year he has been at Brymore he has made progress in his academic and personal development more than I had ever dared to hope for.
As part of the Sedgemoor Working Group for the Shetland Sheep Society, we would just like to express to you how, yet again, your pupils have done themselves and the school proud with their demeanour, attitudes and how they handled themselves at the recent RBST Show and Sale. They were so incredibly polite and helpful to all our members; helping them handle sheep, carry kit and assist the breeders in … Continue Reading
An ethos that places improving the life chances of the boys at the very centre of your work. Pupils are good humoured and friendly and treat adults with respect and courtesy. They are proud of their school. The school is distinguished by its inclusive approach which ensures no pupil is left behind. There is a strong culture of safety which permeates every aspect of school life.
Learning Support Assistant and Keyworker (LSAK) Salary: Grade 15, Points 9 to 13 – Actual Salary: £7,163 to £7,683 per annum This is a temporary post, pending funding, to support specific students 22 hours per week: Monday to Thursday (including 6 Saturdays per year (4 days per week: 8.35am until 2.45pm) Term time plus INSET days (36 weeks per year) Brymore Academy is seeking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant … Continue Reading