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'It's a great gift - to have a really good education'

Those are the words used by a recent Upper Sixth Leaver when asked to reflect on her time at BGS; we couldn't have put it better ourselves.We are committed to supporting our pupils so that every one of them may achieve their goals and leave BGS as confident, compassionate and ambitious, young adults.Since 1532, when the School was first set up by the Thorne brothers, we have relied on support from Old Bristoilans and the wider BGS community. Our aim is to provide an education irrespective of pupils means and also the extra resources that make our School so special.We value each and every gift. We couldn't do it without you - so thank you

How can you support Bristol Grammar School?

How can we help you?

University Elective Grant

Every year the Old Bristolians' Society considers applications from University students who would like financial support up to a maximum of £250 per person.To apply please complete this application form and send to

Career Networking

We know that so many of you want to be involved in both giving help and getting valuable advise from a fellow OB. Our OB community is worldwide and covers all types of careers paths. If you'd like to get involved by becoming a mentor, giving advice or attending a Careers Networking event then please email

Share your news

We'd love to hear from you - have you started a business, a charity or a campaign? Do you have personal news you'd like to share? Would you like us to tell people about your book or your fundraising? We publish news and information across a variety of sources including our magazine, Bristolienses, our website and our social media as well as newsletter. If you'd like to share something with us please email

How can you help us build the future?

Michael Booker Bursary

At the heart of BGS remains a strong belief in access through ‘academic ability, not ability to pay’. With state funding no longer available, BGS now runs its own assisted places schemes. You can help support bright children at BGS through the Michael Booker Memorial Bursary Scheme. Michael Booker, a greatly respected and inspirational teacher at BGS, dedicated his working life to the school’s students, choosing to direct his talents towards ability rather than privilege. Our philanthropic bursary scheme is named in his memory and has helped many students since its foundation in 2003, a number of whom have already moved on to follow university courses. Your bursary gift will help towards one young person’s education at BGS and will be greatly appreciated.

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