Fresh from their 2013 summer tour to Salzburg and the Austrian Lakes, the players and vocalists of Brentwood School’s internationally-renowned Big Band have returned to the recording studio.Read Article >
Brentwood School remembered the men and women who gave their lives in the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts during four special Armistice Day Remembrance Services earlier today.
The main service, for Fifth and Sixth Formers, was held in Brentwood Cathedral and was led by the School Chaplain, the Revd Dr Adrian McConnaughie.Read Article >
Seventeen Brentwood School top achievers struck gold as special guests of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh at a glittering ceremony in St James’s Palace.
The Brentwood contingent, of current and former pupils, was the largest group to receive the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award in the Palace’s Picture Gallery. The Gold Award Presentation is a unique event and a fitting culmination to mark the hard work, determination and perseverance needed to strike gold.Read Article >
Brentwood School has won the UK Heart Safe Award for the Educational Establishment of the Year.
Brentwood was one of seven educational establishments shortlisted for the annual Hand on Heart UK Heart Safe Awards 2013. It was given the accolade for investing in life-saving defibrillator machines for the School and training staff in how to use them.Read Article >
Brentwood School Governor and Brightside Trust Chief Executive, Dr Tessa Stone, sparked debate with Sixth Form students during the latest Sir Antony Browne Society event.Read Article >
Brentwood School’s Senior Football Team was one of the first visitors to the fantastic new £105million home of English football - St George’s Park.Read Article >
An English philosopher, described as the “Fifth Horseman of New Atheism”, visited Brentwood School to broaden the minds of Sixth Form students on some of philosophy’s most intriguing questions.Read Article >
Brentwood School’s new Chaplain, the Revd Dr Adrian McConnaughie was officially licensed during a moving ceremony in the School’s beautiful Victorian Chapel today.
The service, attended by the new First Year pupils and their parents, was led by the Bishop of Chelmsford, the Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell.Read Article >
Three remarkable Brentwood School students shared the accolade of scooping four A*s on Thursday’s A Level results day.Read Article >
A 12-year-old Maths prodigy was among Brentwood School students jumping for joy today as the School celebrated another bumper year of A Level results.
Andrew Ejemai scored a phenomenal A* grade in his Maths A Level making him the youngest student in the School’s long and illustrious history to pass the qualification.Read Article >
Around 35 members of the Big Band and String Orchestra assembled at school in the early hours of Sunday 7th July, heading for Gatwick and Munich. Accompanied by Mr Pickthall, Mrs Khoo, Miss Broom, Mrs Hatt and Mr Rumsey, they were en route to Austria for a week of concerts, a recital in Salzburg Cathedral and a number of sightseeing trips.Read Article >
Brentwood School has been nominated for a UK Heart Safe Award for the second year in succession.
Brentwood is one of only seven educational establishments nominated in the category Heart Safe Educational Establishment of the Year. It has been given the Hand on Heart accolade for investing in life-saving defibrillator machines for the School and training staff in how to use them.Read Article >
Brentwood School has achieved its best ever International Baccalaureate Diploma results with an average point score of 36.Read Article >
Brentwood School has appointed a new School Chaplain – Rev Dr Adrian McConnaughie who takes up his post in September.Read Article >
Matthew Hyslop and Matthew Tsang have both had their A Level Design & Technology projects selected to enter the final stage of the Technology Design & Innovation Challenge in association with the Materials Technology Association.Read Article >
Three Brentwood School rugby stars have been chosen to play for the England Independent Schools’ U18 rugby team.Read Article >
Brentwood School’s 1st XV rugby team have made School history by winning the U18 Essex Cup for the first time.Read Article >
Sharp Brentwood School students stuck the right chord with High Chelmer shoppers visiting the Chelmsford Rotary exhibition during half term.Read Article >
Ear we go… The Bionic Ear Show returned to Brentwood School and pupils heard all about the amazing structures which lie within our ears.Read Article >
The sky’s the limit for 90 year-old RAF veteran Albert Smith, who was presented by Brentwood School Cadets and Mayor Ann Coe with a commemorative certificate for achieving a remarkable 36 sorties (individual missions) in Lancaster bombers during the Second World War – the average number of sorties being just nine.Read Article >
Brentwood School students will be taking part in two exciting Model United Nations (MUN) conferences in March.Read Article >
Young orators from Brentwood School recently triumphed at the RIBI Youth Speaks competition.Read Article >
Brentwood School students were given one piece of advice by outspoken politician, author and journalist Mr George Galloway MP and it was: "Learn Chinese".
He told a packed meeting of the School’s academic society that China would be the biggest economy in the world. “I have given my children short names so the Chinese can pronounce them,” he said.Read Article >
Clad with 35lb of standard-issue Army backpacks each, three brave Brentwood School cadets soldiered their way through a frosty three-kilometre cross-country run to raise money for Help for Heroes.Read Article >
Brentwood School has appointed two new key teachers to further strengthen the experienced senior management team at the 456-year-old independent Essex School.Read Article >
The Princess Royal made a surprise flying visit to Brentwood School today – the School’s second royal visitor in a year.Read Article >
Back by popular demand, Brentwood School’s talented Art staff will be holding their second exhibition of the year showcasing a fabulous selection of contemporary works.Read Article >
Today Brentwood School welcomed Sir Richard Lambert as a guest speaker at the Sir Antony Browne Society (SABS).Read Article >
Brentwood School welcomed Mr Jonathan Ruffle to the School as a guest speaker at a Sixth Form academic society on 6th November.Read Article >
Big-hearted Brentwood School pupils will be fundraising for the Burkina Faso paralympians they have taken to their hearts.Read Article >
Paralympians from the small African country of Burkina Faso are training for Olympic glory at Brentwood School.Read Article >
Brentwood School was today celebrating a "stunning" set of A Level results which smashed all School records.Read Article >
Super scholar George Baxter described life at Brentwood School – which he has just left after achieving a staggering four A*s at A Level – as a world of opportunities.Read Article >
Brentwood School welcomes the House of Lords’ report calling for all A Level students to study maths until they leave school.Read Article >
Howzat! Brentwood School cricketer Kishen Velani has been selected for the England Under-19 squad to compete in next month’s Cricket World Cup in Australia.Read Article >
Guest of honour at Brentwood School’s Speech Day and Prize Giving, Schools Commissioner for England, Dr Elizabeth Sidwell, praised the School’s caring and inclusive ethos, in particular highlighting their work with other schools in the local community.Read Article >
Tin foil sculptures, bread houses and a Barbie Spray Tan Booth were among some of the thought-provoking creations on display at this year’s Brentwood School's Summer Exhibition.Read Article >
Brentwood School’s new Sixth Form Centre has won a prestigious architectural award.Read Article >
Brentwood School has launched a new literary magazine to showcase the talents of its budding fiction writers and poets.
The very first edition of 'Black Frog' is hot off the press and features work from creative students across all years of the Senior School and Sixth Form.Read Article >
A Brentwood School girl has been awarded a prestigious scholarship which will see her mentored by former child superstar Bonnie Langford.
Eighteen-year-old Grace Sees will enjoy one-to-one tuition with the famous actress and dancer. Miss Langford will also help ‘open doors’ for Grace as she embarks upon a career in the competitive world of musical theatre.Read Article >
On Thursday 26th April 2012, Students of Brentwood School were fortunate to see first-hand the official London 2012 Olympic Torch. Accompanied by a member of the Metropolitan Police team responsible for security, the torch was shown to all parts of the School during the two hour long visit. This event was part of an educational and inspirational afternoon and follows the recent announcement that the School has been selected as an Olympic 2012 training venue for competitors of the Modern Pentathlon.Read Article >
Lucky Brentwood School Sixth Formers had the honour of meeting Old Brentwood, Rt Hon Jack Straw MP, on Monday 19th March 2012. Mr Straw paid a visit to his former school to talk to students about politics and his time at Brentwood School.Read Article >
The Careers Department at Brentwood School held its annual Careers Convention in the Courage Hall on Wednesday, 7th March 2012 to help Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Form students and their parents explore the possible avenues open to them when they leave school. The school see this as an invaluable service and encourage even more families to attend every year.Read Article >
Today Brentwood School welcomed The Right Honourable John Bercow MP to the School as a guest speaker at a Sixth Form academic society. John Bercow, the Speaker of the House of Commons, was invited to speak to the Sir Antony Browne Society (SABS), the Sixth Form academic society. Mr Bercow gave a dynamic lecture about the speaker’s role in parliament and also his previous work as a Conservative MP for Buckingham.Read Article >
Today Brentwood School welcomed back Old Brentwood, The Right Honourable Andrew Lansley MP to his old School as a guest speaker at a Sixth Form academic society. Andrew Lansley was invited back as part of the School's full and varied programme to stretch students intellectually and prepare them for life after School. He gave a lively and amusing lecture about his time at Brentwood School, his life's work in politics and his current role as the Secretary of State for Health.Read Article >
His Royal Highness, the Earl of Wessex, Prince Edward, was greeted by hundreds of cheering Brentwood School pupils at the formal opening ceremony of the school's new Sixth Form Centre including the newly named Wessex Auditorium.Read Article >