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  • 10 Jun

    Diverse community

    This week our Head of Sixth Form, Ian McClary, shares his thoughts on diversity and inclusivity and the importance of being accepted as yourself and of accepting others for who they are

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  • 27 May

    Individual breadth

    This week Edrys Barkham, Bryanston's Director of Admissions, explains the need for a balance between breadth and depth in education.

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  • 12 Feb

    Piercing the gloom

    I always say, if asked, that the most difficult months in a school are November and February. I don’t know why I’ve always found this time of year so bleak; perhaps it’s the circadian rhythms and the short days which affect me.

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  • 6 Feb

    Greenhouse not hothouse

    There’s been more still in the media in recent weeks about what teachers must do to satisfy the grinding requirements of some moved goalpost or other, with several of my HMC colleagues rightly cross about league tables.

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  • 16 May

    School ties

    Last weekend we had reunions for the classes of 2004, 1994, and 1984. The school was full of returning Old Bryanstonians (OBs), and in many cases their young families, and there was a constant buzz of enjoyed excitement as old friends encountered one another again. 

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  • 13 Feb

    An antidote to tedium

    Being a teacher for nearly 28 years means you think a fair bit about years, terms, months, weeks and lessons and occasionally even remember being on the receiving end of things.

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