Sport, drama, music, CCF and other co-curricular activities are not just add-ons; they are an essential part of the Bradfield experience helping our pupils to become well-rounded individuals.
The LAMDA department explain how the country’s oldest dramatic arts academy can help pupils to develop the skills that employers crave.
Why do we insist on running a weekly timetable that involves compulsory games afternoons for all pupils? Our Director of Sport explains…
The Co-Curricular programme gives real opportunities for pupils to take a lead, take responsibility for their activity, build enthusiasm for their chosen pursuit, and build a passion for life.
Our Head of Drama explains why taking risks and learning from our mistakes is key to succeeding in any task.
The Senior Elite Football Programme is about more than football, it is about the holistic development of the individual.
Why the Debating Society is increasingly relevant in a “post-truth” world.
Taken in the GCSE years, the Bradfield Diploma helps us to produce better-organised and more contributing all-rounders.
As education becomes more results driven, music provides a counterbalance, placing each person at the centre of their own learning.