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 wider community.
The three boarding houses came up with some amazing hamper designs, including Tabitha the Cow and a farmer inspired one. Following an assembly by Coleen and Gary from Homes in Sedgemoor, in which they told the school about their work and their appreciation for the efforts of the boys, the winning house was revealed to much applause. The big congratulations go to Kemp House which came first overall but a brilliant effort by all the houses for helping the local people.