50th Anniversary Alumni Reunion Special
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50th Anniversary Alumni Reunion Special

REUNION MUSIC VIDEO
With a backing track which was performed live in the Reunion marquee, this short video tries to give a glimpse of this extraordinary event, the wonderful people who attended and the joy this gathering brought.

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BROCKWOOD AT 50
Published to celebrate Brockwood’s 50th year, this booklet contains a marvellous array of text and photos from over the years. If you would like a hard-copy, contact our Development Office. View now.
BROCKWOOD’S UNIQUE NATURE
The beginning of the School and its unique intent are the focus of Principal, Antonio Autor’s presentation. The talk following by School Bursar, Mina Masoumian, provides an organisational overview of the School. View now.
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PONDERING PAST AND PRESENT
A panel made up of three alumni from the first decade of the School and three who have been in the School in the last year, consider questions about school life and what it meant for them. View now.
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THE FUN OF IT ALL IN PHOTOS
Place 500 former and current Brockwood students, staff, their partners and children all together for five days and how could it not result in a very large number of excellent photos, expressing the intensity, joy, fun and extraordinary nature of this unusual gathering. View now.
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A CENTRE FOR THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED
The Krishnamurti Centre started 32 years ago and is now receiving more guests than ever before. Centre Coordinator, Ana Gomes, gives a talk reminding us of the purpose of this wonderful space. View now.
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THE FOCUS AND WORK OF THE FOUNDATION
The work of the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust has changed significantly in recent years and Foundation Director, Nasser Shamim, gives a summary of the work. View now.
THE LONG VIEW FROM THREE FRIENDS
Colin Foster, Gary Primrose and Stephen Smith have a combined residency at Brockwood of more than 50 years, and they all continue their work with the School and Centre in different ways. View now.
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A DIALOGUE WITH ONESELF
No one likes asking for money, but the internal struggle that goes on in the one who has to do it – Development Director, Bill Taylor – is played out to humorous effect. View now.
THE REALLY & TRULY INFORMAL EVENINGS
How does it happen that such a small school has generated so much talent over the years that it requires two informal evenings to fit it all in? And only around a quarter of the alumni are present! View now.
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INWOODS FOR THE CHILDREN AND SOME CLOSING COMMENTS
Imagine you are a child again, fortunate enough to be going to Inwoods Small School: Headteacher, Mary-Ann Ridgway tells us about this special place. Antonio thanks everyone and Bill makes some closing comments to end the last meeting. View now.

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The Friends' Portal
The 'Friends' Portal' has seen a lot of forum activity recently. The Portal is a password-protected social-networking site accessible to registered Friends of Brockwood Park. If you are registered click here to visit. For more info on becoming a Friend of Brockwood click here
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The Monthly School Newsletter
Ever wonder what happens inside Brockwood Park School? To find out view the monthly school newsletter here
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The Brockwood Observer
Brockwood Park School's magazine, the Brockwood Observer, is available to view online here
Krishnamurti Foundation Trust and Brockwood Park Krishnamurti Educational Centre were established in 1968 as educational charitable trusts. They are now registered as one charity, with the name Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd, and care for and support the activities of the Foundation, Brockwood Park School, The Krishnamurti Centre and Inwoods Small School.

Company Registration No. 1055588; Registered Charity No. 312865