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You're invited to celebrate 40 years of coeducation at BGS!

5 May 2021
Written by Cait Spencer

You are warmly invited to attend our Celebration of 40 Years of Coeducation Summer Party on Saturday 25 September 2021 2-4pm at Bristol Grammar School. 

To RSVP please visit our event page here

  • Barbeque
  • School Tours
  • Drinks & Refreshments
  • Entertainment
  • Reminiscing
  • Former & current staff
  • All welcome!

Join us for an afternoon of catching up with old friends and teachers, touring the school again and enjoying a summer barbeque and drinks!

BGS was one of the first independent single-sex schools in the UK to recognise the importance of creating a fully coeducational school in 1980 and we’ve never looked back! Our girls have become some of the most successful and high achieving professionals in the world. They have, together with our boys, become our leading doctors, lawyers, financiers, actors, academics, athletes, entrepreneurs and parents and we proud of all our students who benefitted from a co-educational environment.

We have celebrated this milestone by encouraging OBs to connect with their old school by sharing memories and photographs and you can view our dedicated website here

The event will be hosted by the school though you are encouraged to make a £10 contribution towards our bursary campaign, which supports children from all backgrounds to access what is for many a life-changing education at BGS. If you would like to donate any other amount please visit our Support Us page.

Attendance is on a first come, first served basis, so book your place now!

All OBs are welcome together with their families.

The deadline is Wednesday 01 September.

Please contact Caitlin Spencer if you have any queries

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