Monthly Archives: November 2014

Old boys meet new Year 7

The surviving first three years of Brymore boys returned to the school this week, along with the first ever Deputy Head, to meet the inaugural group of Year 7 boys. Alan Hemming who is now 94 was Deputy Head from the opening in 1952 and stayed in post for 30 years. The Old Brymorians welcomed Mr Hemming as their guest of honour as they planted a tree on the edge … Continue Reading

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Brymore bakes for Pudsey

Students, parents and staff at Brymore have been raising funds for Children in Need by holding a cake sale. Including a donation of a special Pudsey cake from a parent. Year 7 boys, Sam Smith and Nathan Brooks, organised the donations of cakes, took charge of the selling and decorated the area. Bringing in over £60 for this worthy cause they did a sterling job in managing the event and … Continue Reading

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Armistice Day

Remembrance Day was honoured by all the boys and staff as they lined the main drive.  At 11am as the school clock ceased its chimes the Last Post sounded out over the school. Following two minutes silence the music again was played and then Mark Thomas, Head Teacher read a verse from ‘The Fallen’ by Laurence Binyon before the procession lead by Head Boy Silas Lawson, carrying a wreath and … Continue Reading

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Brymore helping local primary

Brymore Academy and Sedgemoor Tree Services have been working closely with Somerset Bridge Primary School to spark an interest in horticulture and to enhance the outdoor space. Somerset Bridge were looking for ways in which to make the most of their outdoor area and with the help of local secondary state boarding school Brymore, have been able to add foliage to their garden area and playground. The Brymore horticulture department … Continue Reading

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