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Testimonials

  • “Bryanston Square helped us realise what we didn’t know we wanted.”

    Sister Anne Marie Niblock – Notre Dame RC Secondary Girls’ School

  • “I’ve learnt that I can do stuff on my own without having to rely on others. Now I can even be the leader of a group, instead of saying ‘I don’t know what to do!”

    Unlock student, year 9

  • “Bryanston Square gave the students the first taste of success.”

    Headteacher, London

  • “This programme has been pushing me, helping me to get better with my fears and my confidence.”

    Unlock student, Year 8

Our blog

Guest blog: Susan Young on Marcus’ intervention at NAHT

Marcus Orlovsky wows the crowd Marcus Orlovsky, the morning’s keynote speaker, is possibly one of the most extraordinary individuals to grace a conference floor. I’m one of the few in the room to have seen him speak before – at the NAHT’s previous Education Conference in York last month – where an extraordinary personal story […]

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Guest Blog: “The best £118 I spent all week” by Tak Lo

Last Thursday I hosted 6 students from St. Michael’s College to a tour of the Warner Yard and Techstars offices. These kids, from 11-14 years of age, are going through the Bryanston Square program and trying to get a sense of what entrepreneurship is, and in a broader sense, what working is. Kids having a […]

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Jen’s thoughts on Summer Schools

        As the weather starts to get warmer and it feels like summer is finally arriving, once again I find myself amazed that another academic year is almost over.  The exam period is creeping up and along with it comes a sense of tension and anticipation.  Before we know it it’ll be […]

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Jen’s reflections: ‘challenging’ students – what do we really mean?

In an earlier blog I touched upon challenging students. Schools give us their ‘challenging’ students to work with all the time.  But what do we really mean by ‘challenging’?  Is it becoming an overused (or too readily used) word to describe someone who can behave in a way that is not accepted in the situation […]

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