Noah Makower (L5th, School House) has had his talent as an artist recognised by the Royal Academy: one of his paintings, titled 'Pastoral Scene', has been accepted into this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy.
The Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove, visited Brighton College earlier this month and spoke at our education conference.
Pupils and staff have been tremendously excited this week as structural work on the Diamond Jubilee Pavilion has now begun. With the main framework now in place, the new sports hub is beginning to take shape, set against the beautiful backdrop of the Sussex Downs countryside. Over the coming weeks, contractors will work on creating the changing rooms, referee and first aid rooms, and a large social space with a café-bar, all of which are much-needed at the site.
Ros Nichol taught Modern Languages at Brighton College in the 1990's , was Housemistress of Williams, Senior Mistress and mother of pupils, Andrew (H. 1993-98) and Alistair (H.1996-01). Following her untimely death in 2011, Ros's family have very generously established the Ros Nichol Award, to support Brighton College pupils in their non-academic achievements.
Former Headmaster William Blackshaw returned to the College on Saturday 28th January 2012, together with family and friends, for the formal opening of the Blackshaw Building, named in his honour. Formerly the classrooms for the Pre-Prep School, which moved over the summer to the old Roedean Junior School, the Blackshaw Building now houses the Maths, PE and EAL departments.