In the words of William Cory, an Eton Master, who wrote that
"a great school is not just knowledge that is acquired, not even the shadow of lost
knowledge that later protects you from many illusions but most importantly the
arts and habits that last for a lifetime".
It is our aim to continue to emulate this compelling ethos at Bramdean to encourage
pupils to be self confident, enquiring, tolerant, positive and well rounded characters
with independent minds and individuals who respect the differences of others. By the
time they leave the school we want pupils to have that true sense of self-worth which
will enable them to stand up for themselves and for a purpose greater than themselves,
and, in doing so, be of value to society.