At Brighton, each pupil belongs to a House and, in these supportive communities, you will be able to explore your chosen academic subjects as well as immerse yourself in our co-curricular programme. Brighton College is committed to equality, and there are no social hierarchies in Houses. All forms mix together, and older pupils are actively involved in mentoring younger pupils, fostering positive relationships which allow all to flourish. There are inter-House competitions in sports, games, and other aspects of academic life throughout the year, involving every child.
Health and Well-being
Well-being is at the heart of our school culture. We have weekly classes on mindfulness, and complement these with a range of initiatives. We also have an on-site Health Centre, which caters for all members of the school community.
Preparing for Life
The life of a 21st century teenager is not always easy. Our Personal Social Health and Economic Education (PSHEE) provision equips pupils with both knowledge and skills to be confident in making good decisions, regardless of what others may expect.
We understand that in the Senior School, pupils are older and increasingly independent – but there are still people on hand to guide and help as they navigate their way through classes, exams and life beyond school.