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Update: October 2013

Posted 24/10/2013

Tomorrow we say goodbye to Anne Raisen who has been with us since October 2007. She has worked afternoons and evenings cooking and serving lunches and teas. You may be aware that the meals at Brompton Hall are the envy of many schools and she has played an important role in maintaining this high standard. On a personal note – I will also miss the extra fruit and cream she always finds for me when fruit salad comes around on the menu! We wish Ann a very happy and relaxing retirement that has been very well earned!

A big thank you to all the boys who took part in the 12 hour football match on Wednesday. We were lucky that it didn’t rain too much to spoil the enjoyment of the event. At one point players were being substituted so they could eat their lunch and then being substituted back on! It was a fantastic effort – but there was a price to pay. Legs ached so much that most of the boys had difficulty walking into school the following day! The next challenge is to collect in sponsor money for our project. The Samaritan’s purse charity will deliver the Christmas presents we make up using the money raised, to needy children in Eastern Europe and Africa.