Founded in 1850 and set in picturesque Berkshire countryside, Bradfield aims to provide an ‘education for life’ fit for the 21st century.
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a mound to represent this green and pleasant land in the London Olympics opening ceremony, might Glastonbury Tor have been replaced by Bradfield’s wooded valley?
The role of Community Liaison & Charities is to be mindful of both the needs of others and what the College can offer to help.
The College is a place where the individuality of young people is cherished, for whilst there is one Bradfield, there are many Bradfieldians.
With its constant, pacey change and tradition of enduring innovations, Bradfield is a school that throughout its history has never stood still.