From banning pupil mobile phones and introducing House board games to appointing royal wedding cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason as our artist-in-residence, Brighton College regularly hits the news.
At Brighton College, we do not shy away from making bold decision for the right reasons and our high profile means that this often hits the news headlines.
When the Head Master recently questioned why so many independent schools were sitting the easier iGCSEs when state schools were obliged to sit to tough new GCSEs, the Sunday Times reported this on its front page.
And when he penned a full page opinion piece for the Daily Mail on how his mobile phone ban had helped pupils read more, sleep better and socialise more easily, many column inches in other newspapers followed.
Each summer, many of our pupils’ exam successes and the stories behind them feature on the TV and in newspapers.