Bristol’s leading public school, Clifton College, is opening its doors to prospective pupils and parents during its Open Days on 13th/14th May.
Visitors are invited to get a taste of life at the school, which has been a key part of Bristol schooling since 1862.
There are four different Open Days: the Nursery and Pre-Preparatory Open Days on Friday 13th May, where parents can learn about the outstanding opportunities offered to 2-8 year olds, and the Preparatory and Upper School Open Days, for pupils aged 8-18 the following day.
All Open Days include a welcome from Clifton College’s Headmaster, Mr Tim Greene and then allow visitors to see Clifton’s outstanding facilities for themselves.
The school combines tradition with modernity across its site, where the Grade II listed Percival Library, with its 15,000 books, and the picturesque Chapel display Clifton’s rich heritage, while the Redgrave Theatre (named after former Clifton pupil Sir Michael Redgrave) and state of the art music and sporting facilities demonstrate Clifton’s credentials as a very 21st century school.
Parents will also tour the pastoral facilities, discovering where boarders live outside of school hours, and find out more about Clifton College’s unique house system, which delivers leading levels of spiritual and social guidance.
For more information about the Clifton College May Open Days, visit https://www.cliftoncollege.com/events/2016/may/upper-school-open-day/
Or, if you want to take a tour of the school from the comfort of your living room, take a virtual tour on its website today.