We have recently received the news that Brymore is now licensed for weddings! Whether you are thinking of a small intimate gathering or a large celebration; we have the space and rooms available for hire for your special day. From the ceremony through to accommodation and everything in between; Brymore is a truly unique venue that offers so much more. Please see our leaflet, which offers further details here Please contact … Continue Reading
We recently held our annual Year 11 leaver service and prizegiving. Joined by the whole school and families of the Year 11s as we celebrated the achievements and successes of the boys over the past 3 years. Main Winners: Brymore Head Boys Shield: Jack Wilkins Brymore English Award: Charlie Coleman Brymore Mathematics Award: James Nurton Tony Edwards Cup: Jack Foale Hutson Design Award: David Lukins Award for Creative Endeavour: Richard … Continue Reading
Brymore held it’s annual Open Day and Country Fair on Saturday 28 June to a few heavy rain showers but bookended by glorious sunshine and high spirits. With over 3000 people entering the gates to see duck herding dogs, stock showing by our boys, children’s entertainment and the opportunity to see teachers and the Head it was a busy day at the school. John Coaker was crowned Supreme Champion in the boys stock … Continue Reading
A number of boys were given the opportunity to visit Wincanton Racecourse for a Food and Farming special race day on Sunday 23rd March. With a number of high profile jockeys, such as Richard Johnson and Robert Thornton, in attendance alongside local trainer Paul Nicholls it gave the boys a chance to really soak up the atmosphere and rub shoulders with the horse racing world. Three boys were also able … Continue Reading
We have been delighted to welcome Olympian and Commonwealth pistol shooting medallist Georgina Geike to Brymore. Georgina gave a talk to the boys about her journey to becoming an Olympian and how she is firmly setting her sights on the Rio Olympics in 2016 where she is chasing a medal. After the talk Georgina and her coach took small groups of boys for lessons and gave them tips on how … Continue Reading
Mr Bagshaw, Mrs Austin, Miss Rundle and Mr Mahon are all running the Bath Half Marathon in aid of the Stroke Association on 2 March 2014 and are looking for people to dig deep and sponsor them to complete the 13.1 miles of the race. This is a charity close to the heart of Mr Bagshaw as he, himself, suffered from a stroke in 2012. He set himself three goals … Continue Reading
Brymore are working with Somerset Activity and Sports Partnership (SASP) to provide a Modern Pentathlon Development Day on Sunday 23rd March for children aged 12 upwards. We are welcoming back Olympic Pistol Shooter Georgina Geikie to help coach on the day along with providing fencing and running technique sessions. For further information please see the letter attached here.
Twenty three boys, Mr and Mrs Ball and Mr Ashton departed from Gatwick for the Italian mountains in Bormio at the start of the Christmas holidays, looking forward to the annual Brymore ski trip. The trip was hailed as a huge success with boys having more than 5 hours of skiing a day. Thanks to excellent instructors, every boy improved by the end of the holiday. They also participated in … Continue Reading
Boys at Brymore have been working hard to think about their local community in the annual Smiles for Christmas campaign run through the boarding houses. Smiles for Christmas, which started last year, is an inter-house competition to design and fill a hamper. This ultimately gets distributed to the elderly residents in the Homes in Sedgemoor supported housing location in Cannington, in addition any extras will be sent onto to the local Foodbank further helping the … Continue Reading
Brymore boys along with the Horticulture department have been working with the Cannington Parish Council to plant up the village War Memorial. Year 10 boys were given the opportunity to help with the local community by ensuring that the area was free of weeds, dug over and then replanted much to the delight of the villagers involved.