Boarding is not simply about educating children away from home; at Bryanston, boarding is what allows us to provide a depth and breadth of opportunity for every child.
Alongside an excellent education in the classroom, boarding at Bryanston affords extra time and space to explore an exceptional range of activities right here on campus, enabling every pupil to discover and develop their individual range of talents and to become specialists in their areas of strength.
Together with our tutorial system, the pastoral support and structure of the school ensures that housemasters/housemistresses (known as ‘hsms’ at Bryanston) and tutors share responsibility for each child with you, their parents, all communicating and co-operating together to make sure the pupils are happy and achieving their best.
Want to know more about boarding at Bryanston? Why not read the following Bryanston Blogs...
- "Settling in at senior school: how junior boys boarding can help"
Stephen Davies, junior boys housemaster explains how Bryanston's junior boys' house system helps ease the transition to senior school.
- "I wanted to see what would happen!"
Simon Vincent shares his insight into teenage boys, gained in his 12 years as a junior boys' housemaster.
- Connecting effectively
Dr Preetpal Bachra, Head of Pastoral, explains the thinking behind Bryanston's mobile phone policy.
- Hidden Gems
Head of Boarding, Claire Miller, takes a look at the crucial role matrons play in a boarding school.