Sir John Nelthorpe School

Sir John Nelthorpe School

Briggensians

Briggensians association membership is open to The Foundation Governors, past pupils of Brigg Grammar School and Brigg Girls High School (to 31/8/1976), Staff and past pupils of the Sir John Nelthorpe School and students of Brigg Sixth Form College (from 1/9/1976).

Briggensians has members of all ages and in all walks of life, living all over the globe. The internet has made it much easier for Briggensians to keep in touch with one another and with the School.

Along with the Annual Dinner, Briggensians play sport each against the school and between themselves, keeping friendships alive and afterwards reliving past glories on and off the sports field. These fantastic occasions keep members in touch with the school, staff and with their former education.

The schools have very long sporting traditions and achievements thanks to the commitment and enthusiasm shown by teaching staff and the willingness of students to learn the skills required to compete at a high level or just for fitness and fun.

For more information please visit the Briggensians Website.

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