The Slackening Tide: Bryanston

  • W. A. C. Stewart


In the first prospectus of Bryanston school, issued before the school opened in January 1928, appears the following statement:

The Bryanston scheme has been launched to meet the difficulty felt both in this country and in the Dominions of gaining admission to our public schools.… Bryanston will therefore be a new English public school in which provision will be made for applicants from throughout the Empire.


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