We're proud and excited to announce that two of our distinguished Old Girls, Sarah Taylor (W. 2002-07) and Laura Marsh (F. 2000-05) have been selected to represent Englandin the Cricket World Cup in India, starting in late June.

It was fantastic to hear that James Lasis (Du. 2012-14) has joined the Rotherham Titans as second rower from National One Side Loughborough Students, having previously been on the books at Premiership Side Harlequins.

Our Deputy Headmaster, Steve Marshall-Taylor, and Housemaster of Ryle, Graham Kennedy are swimming the English Channel for MNDA. 

Tuck Mutarbhorn is a Thai artist, entrepreneur, curator and contemporary art collector based in the UK and Thailand.

Jack Faulkner (son of Jill Ward (Fe. 1978-80)) and friend Ted Welman have finally reached land after 56 days, 23 hours and 45 minutes after casting off in Gearldton, Australia. The pair completed this incredible rowing journey in aid of Médecins Sans Frontières.

Phoebe Haines (Wi. 2004-06) is an award-winning British Mezzo Soprano, 

The Joanna Seldon Creative Writing Speech Day Prize has been launched this year in memory of Dr Joanna Seldon, wife of Anthony Seldon ex-Headmaster (1997-2006) of Brighton College.

Having both experienced the transition from Brighton College to university, OB sisters Kate (Sel. 2011-14) and Emma (Sel. 2012-16) Appleby contacted Alex Patton, Head of Sixth Form, as they both felt that it would be beneficial to speak to our current U6th pupils in chapel about the importance of well-being, especially before leaving school and entering the world of university and work.

Following the introduction of our Law Conference in 2016, this year's conference took place on Thursday 4th May, which was attended by our current Sixth Form pupils and those from local state schools.

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