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Bryanston in 2016

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Applecrumble2 Wed 09-Mar-16 11:27:25

Does anyone have up to date info about this school , direct experience would be really useful.
Is an independently minded child with very good academic potential going to be the odd one out here?
Not sporty or musical.

Han23 Fri 11-Mar-16 04:19:46

Have PM'd you. V positive feedback from trusted friends with kids there.

glorybe Tue 15-Mar-16 09:55:39

I'd also love to know - and my child sounds very similar to yours. Academic - definitely not sporty, musical or artistic - not a 'cool' child - but interested and engaged.

TinkerBellThree Tue 15-Mar-16 14:25:30

The school has a wonderful HeadMistress who is very well liked, respected and highly thought of throughout educational institutions, in my experience.
The children I know at B sounds much like you describe your DC, bright, engaged, willing to put the work in - but might not be the typical regular A team member from their prep school or members of the gang of the coolest kids.
Totally off point - but my DS (who has visited for their prep-school programmes) say they have a veery long drive.

Han23 Wed 16-Mar-16 03:51:37

Totally agree. We liked it above all else because it is a school especially suited to the individual - no set type - so every child is respected for their own interests and they're not all clambering for the same goal. My son is very similar and his excellent prep head has recommended Bryanston hands down. I'm hoping all 3 of my children, all v different, will go. Hope this helps

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