Brighton College pupils made the news this week, as Osaid Ather (U6th, Aldrich) and William McCorkindale (L6th, Abraham) were visited and interviewed by a reporter from ITV Meridian.
Brighton College proudly carries the name of the most successful coeducational establishment in the UK. To reveal some of their memories of the late eighties and early nineties when girls were very much in the minority, Samantha Washington (nee Fox) (Fenwick 1989-93) and Tosin Ajayi (nee Akinluyi ) (Fenwick 1990-92) were invited to share their experiences: Tosin as a sixth former and Sam as a junior girl. It was a challenge at times, but one which they embraced, and they have been extremely successful in their careers and lives.
St Christophers would love to welcome back any alumni to their Spring Fair this Saturday, 12th April. 10.30AM - 2.30PM.
We've made the feature that appeared in the March issue of Country Life available here as a download.
Good luck to all BC parents, pupils, staff and of course Old Brightonians running in the Brighton Half this weekend.
Over £14,000 has been raised by pupils of Brighton College Prep School. At their annual Christmas Fayre, pupils were tasked with creating fundraising ideas that had no cost attached to them, inspiring a number of enterprising and fun ways to raise money for charity.
Congratulations to Mia Williams-Watson (U5th, Williams) who was Under 16 runner up in the national final of Open Mic UK at the NEC earlier this month.