Comments from the Parents

‘Bryony has been the most amazing school for both my children. They are fantastic at understanding children as individuals (my daughter and son are very different) and catering for them academically and pastorally accordingly. My youngest has just left and the whole Bryony experience over the last 18 years has been wonderful, both my children loved it there’.

‘My 2 children have just finished their 1st year at Bryony (the junior school) and I couldn’t be happier and more proud of the progress they have both made. The quality of the teaching and the pastoral care they received is, in my humble opinion, outstanding’.

‘Wonderful school, all of my 3 children have gone to this small family run school with old fashion values, they were all nurtured to the best of their ability by the fantastic teaching staff, I cannot recommend it highly enough’. 

‘My daughter has been at Bryony School for over four years, including Nursery and has loved every minute, it has been to her like a second family. She has done exceptionally well both academically and morally. I would highly recommend the school unconditionally’. 

News from Past Students

Dr. Benjamin Conway -Past Student 1983-1990

Congratulations Ben on becoming a Doctor of Philosophy in Theology and Religious Studies. Ben is an old boy of Bryony School. His interest in Greek mythology was encouraged at Bryony. He still remembers studying Jason and the Golden Fleece and other myths and legends. He works at the University of Kent after gaining a Degree and Masters Degree in his field.

Laura Hinchcliffe – Past Student 1984-1991

‘These were the best days of my life. I made life long friends and have memories that will never be forgotten.
Bryony was a great start to my life, from Nursery to the beginning of my Grammar school years. It advanced me to a higher level of education, with its one on one tutoring and support in my early years.  The school trips, the sports days with Miss Daines and of course the Carol Services at Rochester Cathedral- memories never to be forgotten!’