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  • 23 Jan

    Sticking the (Doc Martens) boot into gender stereotypes

    In our latest blog post, Deputy Head Co-Curricular Andrew Murfin explores how we, as educators, are in a privileged position to stand alongside our pupils in their journey to adulthood, and discusses how Bryanston continues to focus on a positive culture enhancing gender dynamics...

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  • 6 Apr

    Collaborating with Bold Voices

    English Teacher Oliver Nicholson discusses the collaborative work Bryanston is doing with Bold Voices, and explains that although it’s hard hitting stuff and not always easy to talk about, it’s so important to have these conversations and especially while our pupils are at such a formati...

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  • 26 Nov

    Modern boarding and masculinity

    Teacher of English and Housemaster of Beechwood House Stephen Davies discusses some of the recent thinking about masculinity and the role housemasters have in developing boys who are less focused on competing and more able to nurture healthy relationships with their peers… 

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  • 18 Nov

    A fun and fulsome term for our D pupils

    Ahead of the School’s virtual D Parents’ Afternoon tomorrow, former D Coordinator Louise Boothman provides a glimpse into what the D year group have been doing this term and what they can expect from the next two terms…

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  • 16 May

    The transition from a Junior to a Senior Boys' House

    Growing up in London and venturing onto the London underground system, I was always anxious about the need to change lines to get to my required destination. Was I aiming to head north or south, east or west, and what was I to do when the tannoy announced “all change please, all change...

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