Brighton College specialises in helping bright dyslexic children to achieve their academic potential whilst, at the same time, providing them with a stimulating environment in which to develop their strengths and talents. The school has its own Dyslexia Centre which supports children from each of the three schools of Brighton College: the Pre-Prep School, the Prep School and the Senior School. Up to the end of Year 6, pupils receive a combination of in-class support in English and small group withdrawal for specialist teaching. From Year 7 onwards, full members of the Dyslexia Centre receive all their English lessons in the Centre in groups no larger than 9. In addition, most (but not all) dyslexic pupils substitute their modern languages time for additional support. For those pupils whose needs require less support, ad hoc provision is available. In the sixth form, an AS/A Level study skills course is available, together with individual support lessons. Pupils with other Special Educational Needs are the responsibility of the three Special Needs Co-ordinators (SENCOs). The school is always happy to discuss individual needs with parents, although it recognises that the level of provision it can currently offer may not be sufficient to support all Special Educational Needs. The school has a separate department for the support of those pupils whose first language is not English.
All Rounder awards
Sixth Form scholarships
Bursaries for new entrants
Hardship awards for existing pupils
Lump sum payment discounts
“Brighton College Nursery, Pre-Prep & Prep School is a co-educational school for children aged 3 to 13. We provide an inspiring education that will prepare our pupils for life in our College and beyond. We are proud to be part of a school which is a leading light in British education.
Our school helps all of its children to believe in themselves and to excel in their own individual way. No two children are the same and the teaching philosophy here allows pupils to be themselves whilst enabling them to develop and progress.
We give children the best possible start in life, both in academic grounding and developing their values and beliefs. Our motto is well known by all of our boys and girls who pride themselves on upholding it: Be Good. Be Kind. Be Honest. Be the Best You.
The best way to get to know us is to visit us on one of our Open Days which are held throughout the year or on an individual visit. We look forward to welcoming you.
John Weeks BA, Headmaster”