Brighton College is one of Britain's leading schools; indeed, in November 2011 Brighton was awarded the most prestigious accolade of the UK schools world when it was named Sunday Times Independent School of the Year, while Richard Cairns, Head Master, was named 'England's Headmaster of the Year' by Tatler magazine in September 2012.
The first of Brighton College's sister schools overseas opened in Abu Dhabi in September 2011. It has a current roll of 860 pupils. Brighton College Abu Dhabi is the first in a series of schools in a partnership between Brighton College International Schools Limited and Bloom Properties LLC, part of National Holding of Abu Dhabi.
At Handcross Park School we provide the opportunity for all our pupils to experience a broad and rounded education which will stretch them academically, intellectually, physically, aesthetically, culturally and spiritually.
We shall prepare them for the next stage of their education and for life as a citizen with a broad base of knowledge and skills, an enquiring mind and a moral code based on Christian principles.
Brighton College International Schools (BCIS) is the international arm of Brighton College, England’s leading co-educational independent school. This year, pupils achieved 99% A*-B at A level and 99.8% A*-B at GCSE. BCIS was established in 2009 as a subsidiary of Brighton College, to plan and set up world-class British-curriculum schools around the world under licence to Brighton College.
St Christopher's School was established in Sackville Road in Hove in 1927, moving to New Church Road and its current site in 1944. By the 1950s, the School began to expand its numbers from 70 to 120, at which time its reputation for academic and sporting excellence became established. In 1961, St Christopher's pupils won every one of the ten scholarships awarded by Brighton College.
Brighton College Bangkok will open in September 2016, with capacity for 1,500 boys and girls aged 2 to 18. It will share the aims and ethos of Brighton College UK, England's top co-educational school, offering its students the best educational traditions and innovations from East to West.
The Development and Alumni Relations Office's primary role is to support the Head Master and Governors in realising the long-term plans of the school, by raising non-fee income, and by building a network of strong relationships among parents, staff, Old Brightonians and other friends and supporters.
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