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One Bradfield, two individuals, endless opportunities

Taylor (G 10-15) and Kia Lawrence (I 14-19)

As our saying goes, the College is a place where individuality is cherished; for whilst there is one Bradfield, there are many Bradfieldians. Covering nearly a decade of Bradfield education, Sports Scholar Taylor and bursary recipient Kia Lawrence could not embody that more despite coming from the same Bradfield family. Now pursuing careers in the healthcare sector and primary teaching respectively, the pair discuss how taking advantage of the College’s endless opportunities enabled them to flourish in the world beyond Bradfield.

The Bright Futures campaign raises funds for transformative bursaries. Whilst Taylor and Kia benefited personally from their time they also contributed greatly to the positive experiences of their fellow Bradfieldians and as such they really embody the spirit of the Bright Futures initiative.


1850 Club – Funding Transformative Bursaries at Bradfield

We would like to take this opportunity to thank those who currently donate to the Bright Futures campaign, known collectively as the ‘1850 Club’, in recognition of the foundation of the College in 1850. The 1850 Club contains donors who have supported the campaign for many years as well as those who were inspired during conversations with recent leavers in the telethon. They are so much appreciated and it is plain to see the massively positive impact of this initiative. Quite simply Bradfield would not be Bradfield without its bursary recipients.


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