Thursday, 15 September 2016
Boys are received from the age of seven into the Main School and may remain until fourteen.
The normal and uninterrupted preparatory course being five to six years, boys are expected to remain at the school for at least half this period.
To enter a boy it is necessary to complete the entry form enclosed, and to pay an entry fee of one guinea.
A short report on each boy in the Main School is sent out at half-term, and a detailed Report is sent at the end of the Term.
There are three Terms in the School Year, beginning about January 15th, April 20th and September 6th.
Boys under the age of seven enter the Junior School, which is divided into a Transition and two Kindergarten forms, and pass to the Main School before their eighth birthday; to ensure individual
attention the number of boys in this department is limited. Class hours - Mornings only.
One full Term's notice, given in writing, or the payment of a term's Fees, is required before Removal.
Fees are not returnable in any circumstances.
All boys wear the School cap, tie and stockings (which may be obtained only from School
The School blazer is compulsory for Cricket, and School shirts for Football.
*Messrs. Warnock - Royal Avenue
*Messrs. Wood Stuart - Howard Street
By appointment only.
Boxing - £1 0s 0d. a Term
Swimming - £1 0s 0d. a Term
Judo - £1 10s 0d. a Term
Lunch - 3s 6d. a Day
A reduction of Fees will gladly be made, if required, to the sons of clergymen, and in the case of two or more brothers being in the School at the same time.
This concludes my series of the Brackenber Prospectus.
First published in November, 2009.