Find out from the College community how we deliver a fully-rounded education for life.
The College is a place where the individuality of young people is cherished, for whilst there is one Bradfield, there are many Bradfieldians.
Almost everything we do at Bradfield contributes to the ‘Education for Life’ that we aim to feed and nurture. Perhaps ‘almost’ is unnecessarily conservative…
How we ensure that pupils’ wellbeing and happiness remain at the heart of the Bradfield experience.
The best way to experience Bradfield is to see us on a Saturday Morning Tour.
Had Danny Boyle needed a valley, rather than a mound to represent this green and pleasant land in the London Olympics opening ceremony, might Glastonbury Tor have been replaced by Bradfield’s wooded valley?
Set in 250 acres of rolling picturesque Berkshire countryside within one hour of London and 40 minutes from Heathrow Airport, Bradfield aims to provide an ‘education for life’ fit for the 21st century.
A school that is, without question, on the up. A real contender now, academically, and firmly on the radar of aspirational parents as well as those who have always wanted a rounded and broad education for their children.
From an initial handpicked 16 high achieving pupils to a wide ability cohort of over 100, the IB programme at Bradfield is proving popular for many reasons.
How we embrace technology in all of its guises to enhance the learning experience.
Bradfield ticked all our boxes: weekly boarding, co-ed and not too far from London.
The beauty of Faulkner’s is that it provides both a soft landing to a boarding school environment and a springboard into Bradfield life.
How the peer mentoring scheme is putting pupils at the heart of our ‘talking school’ ethos.
Why do we insist in running a weekly timetable that involves compulsory games afternoons for all pupils? Our Director of Sport explains…
As education becomes more results driven, music provides a counterbalance, placing each person at the centre of their own learning.
The value of learning to draw in the digital age.
Our Head of Drama explains why taking risks and learning from our mistakes is key to succeeding in any task.