Brighton College pupils are encouraged to develop their own talents to the full. In doing so they are expected to share those talents with a generosity of spirit and an enthusiasm to benefit others. Their success in excelling both in and out of the classroom is driven by our understanding of being a family school with a strong sense of community at our heart. Each child will be a valued member of the College community. We will strive to provide a safe and happy environment for boys and girls to develop their strengths and interests.
We will provide a caring, supportive and tolerant community in which your son or daughter will thrive and love to learn, in which there are no stereotypes and where every achievement, however small, is noticed. From this we expect our pupils to have a love of learning for its own sake, which will lead them to excel in formal examination settings in later years at school and beyond.
There are many ways in which we encourage our pupils to develop independence and leadership qualities. The importance of the Brighton College House system is key to this, as well as a focus for our excellent pastoral care structures, which support the personal and social development of our pupils throughout their time at school.