BRIGHTON COLLEGE UK WINS THE SUNDAY TIMES ENGLAND’S INDEPENDENT SCHOOL OF THE DECADE AWARD

BRIGHTON COLLEGE UK WINS THE SUNDAY TIMES ENGLAND’S INDEPENDENT SCHOOL OF THE DECADE AWARD

Brighton College Bangkok is celebrating this week, after its sister school in the UK was named England’s Independent School of the Decade by The Sunday Times Schools Guide.

The College in Bangkok opened in 2016, and now teaches more than 430 pupils aged 2-18. The school prides itself on a strong relationship with the UK institution, working in regular partnership on the academic curriculum and with close alignment to the school's core values. This relationship extends further to include other international schools in the Brighton College network, including those in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Dubai and Singapore.

The editor of the Schools Guide described Brighton College UK as “turning out good human beings, not just clever ones.” The school, which recently celebrated its 175th birthday, was praised for creating an inclusive and happy environment that nurtures a strong social conscience in its pupils.

Mr. Mike Walton, Head Master at Brighton College Bangkok said, "We congratulate our colleagues in the UK for this exceptional achievement. Our shared focus on curiosity, confidence and kindness delivers wonderful results and happy children. Working together, we plan to replicate this story of extraordinary success here in Bangkok."

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