Salvage Hunter’s eye is on the art at Bruton School for Girls

Alan and Drew Old HouseBruton School for Girls was turned into a film set for the day when star of TV’s Salvage Hunters, Drew Pritchard, arrived to rummage amongst the hidden treasures at the girls’ school. The antiques and restoration expert had his eye on stools and easels from the art department as well as an ancient iron weather vane. Estates Bursar, Alan Wells, guided them around the school just before the end of term in July and revealed the cache of stools and easels dating back to when the school first opened in 1900. Full story: Read more

Sport at Bruton School for Girls

Football 2 (s)With the ever growing success of Women’s football in the country, Bruton School for Girls in Somerset,  has recently teamed up with Yeovil Town Football Club to deliver an exciting new initiative. Coach Ollie Landers, took on the challenge in a 10 week long programme, designed to introduce girls to the basics, this course focuses on developing the girls’ skills and enthusiasm alike. Full Story: Read More


World Wide Walk 2Students and staff from Bruton School for Girls took part in a 10k sponsored ‘World Wide Walk’ through the Somerset countryside on Friday 11th October to support girls who are denied access to education. A total of 88 girls, accompanied by teachers, the headmistress and three dogs, walked to raise money and awareness for the International Day of the Girl. The walk took the girls on a circular route around Wyke over fields and styles.  They completed the 10k within three hours returning to school in time for a well-deserved hot lunch. Full Story: Read More