We aim to ensure that students emerge as intellectually curious, resilient, enterprising and independent lifelong learners.
Brentwood School aims to provide a first class education for pupils aged between 3 and 18. We aim to treat every single child as an individual and to ensure that all our pupils achieve the best possible academic results. In addition, we provide a wide range of opportunities outside the classroom which are designed to develop pupils who are well qualified, creative thinkers, caring and insightful.
Our ethos cultivates an appetite for achievement, a determination to succeed and a lifelong love of learning. Within the classroom, we encourage pupils to strive for the highest academic standards, to seize the many learning opportunities provided and to celebrate their achievements and those of their peers. Academic learning is enriched outside the classroom with a wealth of activities that enable pupils to grow in confidence, work effectively in teams, develop leadership skills and gain a sense of service to others.
Our School Motto
Our School motto, ‘Virtue, Learning and Manners’, is taken from the School statutes of 1622. The principles of academic achievement within a caring Christian ethos remain a cornerstone of the School’s philosophy today.