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Thorold Coade, Bryanston’s longest-serving headmaster, thought that education’s purpose was ‘the widening and deepening of the experience of life’.

This generous and accessible notion of what a school can do is one to which Bryanston still fully subscribes. Participation in a varied spectrum of activity is encouraged and celebrated, adding to our pupils’ intellectual, social and emotional development and to their understanding of their place in the world.

Co-Curricular Activities

At Bryanston we recognise the importance of offering young people the chance to explore new activities and interests, to enable them to have a balanced education and live life to the full. We offer over 80 different co-curricular activities to inspire and engage every child outside the classroom.

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Outdoor Education

We highly value the benefits that our outdoor education programme brings to pupils’ development.

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Pioneering has long been part of a Bryanston education. It offers pupils opportunities to get involved in a wide range of activities around the school and in the local community.

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Charities & Outreach

We encourage all pupils to be outward-looking and to contribute to the community they find themselves in, whether local or global, to learn to notice others around them and to look outside their own needs.

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