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  • pupils complete Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award

    Published 04/09/18

    At the beginning of the summer holiday, 18 A3 pupils took part in their Gold Duke of Edinburgh's Award Expedition in North Wales.

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  • A great year for GCSE pupils

    Published 23/08/18

    Bryanston is delighted with its GCSE results having witnessed a strong rise in the top grades this year.

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  • Pupils celebrate A level success

    Published 16/08/18

    It’s been another day of celebration for Bryanston’s Sixth Formers. 

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  • pupils selected for Bath Rugby Senior Academy

    Published 25/07/18

    Recently departed A2 pupils, Sam and Simon E are among seven players to have been handpicked to form part of Bath Rugby’s Senior Academy intake for the 2018/19 season.

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  • The man behind the vision for Bryanston’s signature building

    Published 10/07/18

    Following on from the recent announcement by Historic England that Bryanston’s design and technology building has been awarded Grade II listed status, we wanted to shed some light on the man whose vision helped bring the building to life.

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  • Another impressive year for Bryanston’s IB pupils

    Published 06/07/18

    This year’s IB pupils have received another fine set of diploma results.

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  • GB hockey star visits Bryanston

    Published 03/07/18

    Current GB hockey player, Ed Horler visited Bryanston to share some of his skills and knowledge.

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  • RFU run session for girls

    Published 26/06/18

    Last week, we welcomed coaches from the RFU to run an introduction to rugby session for our female pupils.

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  • Pupil joins forces with Music Professors for evening performance

    Published 22/06/18
    As part of Bryanston's Professional Concert Series, on Friday 15 June, we welcomed violinist Madeleine Mitchell and pianist Nigel Clayton to Bryanston, both of whom are professors at the Royal College of Music. Pupils rec
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