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Rewilding The Gryphon

Our Eco Group joined the Operation Future Hope team for a site walk today – observing the changes to our site since we brought in our new site management plan three months ago. The school now has wide verges around the perimeter which are being left to regenerate, and the hedgerows are being left to grow denser and taller. In the areas of grass that have been left to grow, the students were amazed at the range of plants that were growing back, and we were particularly pleased to spot some unusual pyramidal orchids growing!

This is just the start of our rewilding project, with lots of exciting developments planned for the future!

Pyramidal Orchid

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Remembrance

The Gryphon School held its annual Remembrance Service with members of the Old Fosterians, including the Town Mayor and County Councillor John Andrews, on November 11th.  We were delighted to welcome former student Kitt...

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Sixth Form talk from Medicines sans Frontieres

An inspirational talk from Medicines sans Frontieres, Doctors without Borders to our sixth formers last week. Hannah Thompson gave a great talk about her experiences as a midwife in the DRC as well...

SNOW CLOSURE - FRI 1ST FEBRUARY

 

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SCHOOL CLOSURE FRIDAY 1st FEBRUARY DUE TO DCC SCHOOL TRANSPORT CANCELLATION