Boarding at Bryanston
In this vlog, sixth formers Kitty F and Poppy T give us an insight into girls' boarding at Bryanston whilst giving us a tour of their house, Greenleaves.Read More
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Kitty joined Bryanston in the D year group from The British School of Paris. She studied biology, chemistry and maths and boarded in Greenleaves.
In her spare time Kitty liked to try out many different things, including learning the steel pans, taking part in debates and Mini United Nations, writing for the school magazine, trying lots of different sports, dabbling in art, learning how to make jewellery, playing in a few band concerts and much more.
When asked what made Bryanston so special, Kitty answered it's the people, food and incredible facilities. She also commented on the tutorial system and the benefits of having someone to help organise work and push her to achieve the very best.
Poppy joined the School in the D year group and studied for her A levels in art, Latin and mathematics, and boarded in Greenleaves.
In her spare time, Poppy enjoyed designing clothes for friends, friends of friends and herself. She also loved to sing, and took part in a lot of jazz-style performances, musicals and plays at the School.
Her advice to anyone new would be to try everything, to not be afraid and to get stuck in to as much as you can. Even if you think everyone apart from you knows what they’re doing, they were all beginners once too and you can only get better by trying, failing and trying again.