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In the News at Bromsgrove School

News and features from Bromsgrove School. For the full news story each day, please visit the news section on our website: www.bromsgrove-school.co.uk
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The History of Bromsgrove School: 1914-1919, Presented by Philip Bowen Bromsgrove School, Concert Hall, Bowen, Philip, Presents, News, History, Home Decor, Gifts
The History of Bromsgrove School: 1914-1919, Presented by Philip Bowen
The History of Bromsgrove School: 1914-1919, Presented by Philip Bowen
Pupils at the Prep School had great fun this week celebrating Odd Socks Day, which reinforces the message that we are ‘all different, all equal’ Socks, Odd Socks Day, Prep School, Odd Socks, Prepping, School, Fun, Greats
Pupils at the Prep School had great fun this week celebrating Odd Socks Day, which reinforces the message that we are ‘all different, all equal’
Last Friday, Year 4 enjoyed a stunning start to their new topic, Pathways to the East, learning about Indian culture and dance. They found out about Indian Gods, Shiva, Krishna, Ganesh, and Rama and experienced the battle between good and evil, culminating in a performance of semi-classical Indian dance. They also tried their hand at Bhangra dancing and watched traditional Indian puppets, The Great Maharajas. Indian Classical Dance, Indian Dance, Shiva, Krishna, Bhangra, Good And Evil, Indian Gods, Rama
Last Friday, Year 4 enjoyed a stunning start to their new topic, Pathways to the East, learning about Indian culture and dance. They found out about Indian Gods, Shiva, Krishna, Ganesh, and Rama and experienced the battle between good and evil, culminating in a performance of semi-classical Indian dance. They also tried their hand at Bhangra dancing and watched traditional Indian puppets, The Great Maharajas.
On Tuesday, IB students hosted the annual Easter Tea Party for local care home residents. READ MORE: http://goo.gl/CYyDhh Easter Tea Party, Home Care, Goo, Annual, Tuesday, Students
On Tuesday, IB students hosted the annual Easter Tea Party for local care home residents. READ MORE: http://goo.gl/CYyDhh
Well done to Jade and Karen who finished fourth in the country at the Butterfly English Schools' National Table Tennis Team Finals. Tennis Team, Each Day, Schools, Finals, Jade, Teams, Butterfly, English
Well done to Jade and Karen who finished fourth in the country at the Butterfly English Schools' National Table Tennis Team Finals.
The report from the girls' @iapsuksport National Netball Finals is now online. READ MORE: goo.gl/hAKXuY Netball, Report, Reading, Basketball, Final Exams
The report from the girls' @iapsuksport National Netball Finals is now online. READ MORE: goo.gl/hAKXuY
Congratulations to the U13, U12 and U11 teams who have qualified for the IAPS National Netball Finals. This is the first time ever that the School has reached this far with all three teams at the same time. Well done girls! First Time, Soccer Field, Congratulations, Girl
Congratulations to the U13, U12 and U11 teams who have qualified for the IAPS National Netball Finals. This is the first time ever that the School has reached this far with all three teams at the same time. Well done girls!
This morning pupils in Year 3 have taken delivery of a peculiar parcel.   Ndanji S helped to unwrap the contents and everyone was both excited and shocked to discover that it contained what appeared to be a large egg, protected by layers of fabric, polystyrene and straw.   Some quick-thinking children have already consulted books and googled ‘penguin eggs’ (just in case) and they have determined from the online pictures and information that the egg may be that of an Emperor Penguin. Penguin Egg, Quick Thinking, Emperor Penguin, Large Egg, Peculiar, Polystyrene, Parcel, Just In Case
This morning pupils in Year 3 have taken delivery of a peculiar parcel. Ndanji S helped to unwrap the contents and everyone was both excited and shocked to discover that it contained what appeared to be a large egg, protected by layers of fabric, polystyrene and straw. Some quick-thinking children have already consulted books and googled ‘penguin eggs’ (just in case) and they have determined from the online pictures and information that the egg may be that of an Emperor Penguin.
The U13 boys' hockey team are through to the last eight of the Independent Schools' Cup Independent School, Hockey Teams, Cup, Colleges
The U13 boys' hockey team are through to the last eight of the Independent Schools' Cup
Our prelim team came third in the National Schools' Equestrian Association dressage competition qualifier with only six points separating them and the winners.   Amy P performed exceptionally well coming first in the prelim competition and has therefore qualified for the Inter County Championships in Leighton Buzzard at the end of this term, where she will represent both the School and Worcestershire. Out of the novice individuals, Victoria M was placed fourth. Dressage Competition, Leighton Buzzard, National School, First They Came, Equestrian, Amy, Third
Our prelim team came third in the National Schools' Equestrian Association dressage competition qualifier with only six points separating them and the winners. Amy P performed exceptionally well coming first in the prelim competition and has therefore qualified for the Inter County Championships in Leighton Buzzard at the end of this term, where she will represent both the School and Worcestershire. Out of the novice individuals, Victoria M was placed fourth.
Prep School pupils attended a Green Shoots workshop, during which they made paper plant pots for broad beans, and planted onions, peas and leeks.  The highlight of the day was being able to plant blackcurrant canes in the newly installed raised beds. The pupils (and their plants) all eagerly await the better weather, and look forward to the first signs of growth. Raised Beds, Plants, Workshop, Paper Plant Pots, Pots, How To Make Paper, Plant Pots, Peas
Prep School pupils attended a Green Shoots workshop, during which they made paper plant pots for broad beans, and planted onions, peas and leeks. The highlight of the day was being able to plant blackcurrant canes in the newly installed raised beds. The pupils (and their plants) all eagerly await the better weather, and look forward to the first signs of growth.
Congratulations to Izzy, Victoria, Jasmine and Evie who competed in the National Schools' Equestrian Association Competition yesterday. Our team finished fourth in the 90cm show jumping. Show Jumping, Evie, Competing, Jasmine, Yesterday
Congratulations to Izzy, Victoria, Jasmine and Evie who competed in the National Schools' Equestrian Association Competition yesterday. Our team finished fourth in the 90cm show jumping.
The new Bosendorfer Grand Piano in Routh Concert Hall Grand Piano, Grands, Quick
The new Bosendorfer Grand Piano in Routh Concert Hall
Last Sunday, three of our fencers took part in a competition @KESBham.  In the U14 foil, George H came 12th and George A finished 19th.   In the Over 14 category, Charlie C finished in 5th place - very well done.   Congratulations to all our fencers. Free Clipart Images, Stock Images Free, Fencing Masks, Article About Sports, Fencing Sport, Fence Toppers, Sports Clips, Combat Sport, Warrior Spirit
Last Sunday, three of our fencers took part in a competition @KESBham. In the U14 foil, George H came 12th and George A finished 19th. In the Over 14 category, Charlie C finished in 5th place - very well done. Congratulations to all our fencers.
Congratulations to the U13 boys' hockey team who have qualified for the National Finals. Rugby, Varsity Jacket, Jackets, Fashion
Congratulations to the U13 boys' hockey team who have qualified for the National Finals.