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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, 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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  • 10 Nov

    In difficult times, it helps to think about others

    Head of Charities and Community Engagement Hannah Fearnley explains the importance of charitable and outreach projects at the School, and explores how pupils are encouraged to think about social responsibility and act sensitively to the struggles that so many people are facing, now more than ever...

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  • 16 Oct

    Promoting positive mental health

    Head of Pupil Development Dr Preetpal Bachra discusses the School’s approach to its week-long focus on mental health and wellbeing, which started in recognition of World Mental Health Day on Saturday 10 October. Dr Bachra explains how the School’s creative installations aim to encourage...

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  • 2 Oct

    The Sixth Form Years

    Head of Sixth Form James Ralphs explains what life at Bryanston is like for those in their final two years of school and why the School’s approach to sixth form is so accomplished in developing purposeful, curious and well-rounded individuals ready for higher education or the working world. We...

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  • 19 Jun

    Tick tock, TikTok... Times They Are A-Changin'

    Head of Pastoral Preetpal Bachra explores ways in which we can help children make sense of the current climate of pandemic, protest and progression. Preet also considers the topics of unconscious bias and social stereotypes in an increasingly fractious world and reflects that now is the time to have...

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  • 5 Jun

    How to pee straight and take your own advice

    Head of Pastoral Preetpal Bachra considers how we can adjust our own behaviours in order to energise ourselves as well as our children. Preeptal also reflects on the ways in which our behaviour can be ‘nudged’ by our home environment and suggests that this period of lockdown could provid...

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