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Community Kids

Ladybird Toddler Group
Jubilee Park Pavillon
Nr Coxs Close
Bruton
Somerset, BA10 0NA

Mrs B Page
Phone: 01749 813464

Community Kids & After School Group
Tolbury Mill Hall
Higher Backway
Bruton
Somerset, BA10 0DP


Nicola Dyer
Phone: 01749 813933
Mobile: 07596 766869
Web Site: CLICK HERE

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Bruton Primary

Bruton Primary School
Higher Backway
Bruton
Somerset BA10 0AA

Phone: 01749 812331
Fax: 01749 812537
E-mail:
sch.070@edu.somerset.gov.uk
Web Site:
www.bruton.ik.org

Bruton Primary
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Set on a forty-acre campus in the beautiful Somerset countryside, for over 100 years Bruton School for Girls has been providing quality education for girls.

An independent day and boarding school that has moved confidently into the twenty first century, Bruton School for Girls aims to create a structured but challenging environment that encourages a lively intellect, initiative, independence and respect for others.

Bruton School for Girls
Sunny Hill
Bruton
Somerset
BA10 0NT

Phone: 01749 814400
Fax: 01749 812537
E-mail:
info@brutonschool.co.uk
Web Site:
www.brutonschool.co.uk

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Kings School
The Plox
Bruton
Somerset
BA10 0ED

Phone: 01749 814200
Fax: 01749 812426
E-mail:
abl@kingsbruton.com
Web Site:
www.kingsbruton.org.uk

Kings School Bruton

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Sexey's School aims to be a leading provider of state boarding education, the community secondary school for the children of the Bruton area, and the principal provider of post-16 education for the students of East Somerset.

Sexey's School
Cole Road
Bruton
Somerset BA10 0DF

Telephone: 01749 813393
Fax: 01749 812870
E-mail:
enquiries@sexeys.somerset.sch.uk
Web Site:
www.sexeys.somerset.sch.uk

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Welcome to Bruton

Bruton is known for it's three popular secondary schools - King's School, Bruton (founded 1519); Sexey's School (founded 1889) and Bruton School for Girls - Sunny Hill (founed 1900). Each school has a sixth form and a tradition of boarding. Also Bruton has a popular primary school - Bruton Primary, plus three toddler groups.

One of Bruton's notable historic characters was Hugh Sexey (1556-1619), who was bornin the local area and attended Bruton Grammer School. By the age of43 he had appointed as Royal auditor of the Exchequer to Queen Elizabeth I and later King James I. After his death the trustees of his will established Sexey's Hospital, Bruton as an institution to care for the elderly. Sexey's trust was mainly involved with educational causes. The national politician behind the 1902 Education Act, The Right Hon. Henry Hobhouse MP (1854-1937), was involved in the founding of Sexey's School and Sunny Hill.

Bruton Schools

Bruton - An Ancient Somerset Town