Brighton College

Brighton College, Eastern Road, Brighton BN2 0AL

Brighton College

Eastern Road

Brighton BN2 0AL

01273 704200

seniorsch@brightoncollege.net

www.brightoncollege.org.uk

Pupils (11-19) 1,081

HMC

Type Day, full boarding, and weekly boarding

Brighton College is a co-educational 11-18 day and boarding school. "The children are cheerful, balanced, at ease with themselves and each other yet excited and enthused by the challenges before them. Brighton College succeeds in combining academic excellence with a wealth of extra-curricular opportunities, all underpinned by a deep commitment to the individual needs and enthusiasms of each child."

Termly boarding fees £11,150 to £12,880

Termly day fees £5,100 to £7,370

Scholarships and bursaries available

2015 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students: 182

Five or more GCSEs A*-C: 100% (1 of 4)

Grades A*, A or B 99.8% (1 of 4)

Grades A* 54.3% (1 of 4)

Grades A* or A 92.3% (1 of 4)

2014 GCSEs

Number of Key Stage 4 students 179

Five or more good GCSEs 100% (1 of 4)

EBacc 78% (1 of 4)

GCSEs A*-C in both English and mathematics 100%

2013 Five or more good GCSEs 100% (1 of 4)

2012 Five or more good GCSEs 100% (1 of 4)

2011 Five or more good GCSEs 100% (1 of 4)

2010 Five or more good GCSEs 99% (1 of 3)

2009 Five or more good GCSEs 99%

2015 A-levels

Year 13 182

A-level entries 577

Grade A*, A or B 570 – 98.8% (1 of 4)

Grade A* 212 – 36.7% (1 of 4)

Grade A 274 – 47.5% (1 of 4)

Grade B 84 – 14.6%

2014 A-levels

A-level students: 195

At least three with AAB in key subjects: 58% (1 of 4)

A-level points per student: 966.2 (1 of 4)

2013 Points per student 1,011.1 (2 of 4)

2012 Points per student 1,019.8 (2 of 4)

2011 Points per student 1,016.1 (2 of 4)

2010 Points per student 1,007.7 (2 of 4)

2009 Points per student 940.3 (2 of 4)

Headteacher Richard Cairns

ISI Inspection April 21 2015

"Throughout the age range, pupils are exceptionally well-educated in line with the school's ambitious aims. The school is highly successful in preparing pupils for public examinations, as well as developing their breadth of knowledge and stimulating independent and enquiring minds. In this way, it has responded effectively to the recommendation of the previous inspection."; "Pupils show unusually-high levels of knowledge, understanding and academic skills, appropriate to their age and ability. Results at GCSE and A-level over recent years have been exceptional, and above the national average for maintained selective schools."; "Strong governance ensures that the school's core values and sense of purpose are maintained and high standards achieved."