The BRIT School in Croydon is free to attend and open to anyone with a passion for the arts. This year, The BRIT School hosting Virtual Open Evenings. The Post 16 event was on Wednesday 30th September and the Key Stage 4 event was on Thursday 15th October. No need to travel- just sit back and discover The BRIT School and find out why it is the place to be you. And if you missed it- the links are below.
This is a hardworking, fun, passionate school packed with dedicated individuals who love the creative and performing arts and recognise the importance of a thorough and robust education in all academic subjects. We believe in developing well rounded, articulate, kind and dynamic young people who will go on to have successful careers, following the footsteps of notable alumni including Adele, Jessie J, Tom Holland, Cush Jumbo, King Krule, Loyle Carner, Gemma Cairney and Freya Ridings.
In 2019, 97% of students went on to higher education at top universities, vocational training in leading drama/dance schools or music conservatoires and/or full time employment.
Through videos on our website and live panels on the nights, you will get a real feel for the subjects, staff and student experience.
You can join on the night without registration by clicking on the link below. Registration is encouraged so we can keep in touch with you as we may run some follow up sessions for you to join in with.
Do not worry if you miss the live event as we will record it for you to watch in your own time.
Click here to download a copy of the 2021/22 Prospectus.
Studying for a BTEC Level 2 Tech Award in a Creative Arts or RSL Level 2 Certificate in a Performing Arts specialism, you will follow a a broad and balanced National Curriculum with Options to choose from. You will study 25-hours a week of this programme with additional activities, rehearsals, workshops, visits, events and performances to enrich your experience.
You will study for a UAL, Level 3, Extended Diploma in your Specialist Strand. UAL qualifications are developed in collaboration with education and industry partners to ensure that they are responsive and relevant to industry needs. UAL qualifications are designed to facilitate student progression to higher education and employment. You will also have additional activities, rehearsals, workshops, visits, events and performances to enrich your experience as well as the option to commit to additional A levels (Pathways).
We know you can’t be here to visit our study areas, studios and spaces but here is a flavour of the facilities, theatres, classrooms on our map.
If your question is not answered or in the Prospectus then you can contact a member of our team who will call you back because we know having a conversation is always preferable. Just type what you need to find out in the message box and we will get back to you.