Bryanston School was founded in 1928 by J.G. Jeffreys, a young, innovative Australian schoolmaster. There were just seven teachers and 23 boys of various ages in the first term. Jeffreys was a natural innovator but one who respected good traditions, reflected in his choice of school motto, et nova et vetera.
Your connection with Bryanston doesn’t stop when you leave at the end of your time with us.
We have an active alumni programme that supports OBs with careers advice and networking, organises reunions and provides ways for you to stay in touch with each other and to get involved with the School and support its future.