The Millennium Globe, which pupils pass daily to and from lessons, is inscribed with the words of George Eliot: ‘Our deeds still travel with us from afar, And what we have been makes us what we are.’ These words underline the importance of the school experience. The College is committed to ensuring excellence, not just in the academic and the pastoral sense, but also in the full spectrum of our co-curricular provision.
The unique structure of the College day allows day pupils to work a full day and then leave school between 6.00pm and 8.00pm. It means that there is time for co-curricular breadth and depth built into each day for all pupils, enriching their lives in the process.
Academic priority is unquestioned at Eastbourne College. The provision of co-curricular activity is a vital cornerstone in the development and education of pupils. As well as the arts and sport, there are endless opportunities for pupils to participate in a variety of activities and schemes. These opportunities extend to the holidays too, in the form of trips and expeditions ranging from academic trips to arts visits and sports tours which all contribute to broadening pupils’ horizons.
’The contribution of curricular and co-curricular provision is excellent’