“Brighton College is delighted to be supporting children’s author Cressida Cowell’s event, as part of the Young Readers programme at Brighton Festival 2020. As the country’s top co-educational school, situation in the heart of Brighton, we are thrilled that a love of literature and the arts is once again being wonderfully celebrated in our local community, inspiring children and young people across the city.” Steve Marshall-Taylor, Head of Senior School, Brighton College
Brighton College is one of the country’s leading independent schools for girls and boys aged 3-18. The College regularly achieves the best A-level and GCSE results of any co-educational school in the UK, whilst ensuring children enjoy a wealth of extracurricular opportunities. Renowned for its focus on kindness, the College also excels in art, music, dance, drama and sporting achievements.
In the last decade, Brighton College has twice been named 'England's Independent School of the Year’ by The Sunday Times. A record third-place ranking in the newspaper’s 2020 Parent Power Schools Guide has officially made the College the UK’s highest performing co-educational school ever.