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At Brabyns Preparatory School we pride ourselves on our warm family atmosphere in which all children are valued as individuals and are encouraged and inspired to reach their full potential within a disciplined yet caring environment.

We are committed to offering a first-class academic education within a forward-thinking and dynamic curriculum, in a way that is rewarding and engaging for children, parents and staff.

We offer a rich and diverse experience for the whole school community including a wide range of academic, sporting, language and performing arts opportunities, plus an extensive extra-curricular programme. Our ‘Forest School’ provides a lovely bridge between formal and informal learning, equipping the children with the skills they need to face uncertainty and change with courage and resilience.

Where All Children Flourish

At Brabyns, we enable all children to flourish. We are committed to providing each and every pupil with a stimulating and supportive learning environment which celebrates their unique character and capabilities, allows them to be themselves and enables them to achieve to the best of their ability.

“At Brabyns there is a strong sense of community, with everyone caring for the whole school. It is a kind, inclusive and safe environment, whatever your child’s ability, and your child’s confidence will be built throughout their time at school.”

Senior Leadership Team


We aim to enhance first-hand and exciting experiences which demonstrate an environment where all children flourish.


Brabyns wraparound care offers full provision for our pupils from 7:30 am until 6 pm. Our wraparound care is managed in-house by school staff, offering our pupils and families close links, familiarity and a continuation of our school aims and ethos. It is available to all our children and is based in our Nursery and School hall.


We firmly believe that the wider curriculum is just as important as the core curriculum in class. Developing the ‘whole-child’ is an essential part of the school’s role. We do this in a variety of ways, by supplementing the curriculum with trips and visitor workshops as well as residentials for children from Year 1-6.

Posted: Mon 27 Nov

The Importance and Benefits of Character Education

The Importance and Benefits of Character Education The measures of a quality education extend far beyond academic attainment and exam results. However, many parents and schools often neglect Character Education as a vital part of a child’s educational experience. But...