Welcome to Sexey’s, Bruton! Established in 1891, we are a leading Church of England state boarding school for boys and girls aged 11 – 18. Choosing a school – the right school, is one of the most important decisions you as a parent will make for your child. I’d like to take this opportunity to give you a flavour of the education your son or daughter will receive should you choose to send him or her to Sexey’s. Parents often ask us what is so special about Sexey’s and what makes it different from other schools. Our reply is that we view every pupil as unique; valued as an individual, but also part of a family. It is our belief that every boy and girl has a unique talent and it is our responsibility to help discover, nurture and develop this talent.
School days have a powerful influence on future success in life and we believe a Sexey’s education can give you the best start. We are very much a family school, educating brothers and sisters from Year 7 through to Sixth Form. Our pupils not only achieve excellent academic qualifications, but they also enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities and receive outstanding pastoral care. However successful you are in life, to be truly happy and fulfilled you need to have successful relationships with others. We aim to equip our boys and girls with the skills and abilities necessary for adult life in the 21st century – academic, extra-curricular and spiritual.
A website can only give you a brief glimpse of school life. You are warmly invited to visit and experience for yourself the unique atmosphere of what we believe is a unique and special school. I look forward to meeting you soon.
Irfan H Latif JP FRSC
"Sexey’s is one of the most outstanding schools in the country."
The Rt Hon Michael Gove MP,
Secretary of State for Education
"Look no further for value for money: all the advantages of boarding in a small school without the enormous price tag or social pretentiousness. Since admitting day pupils from Year 7 Sexey's has tided itself up and broadened its appeal. Perennially popular at Sixth Form level. Lots of good teaching here and a genuine sense of community".