Brandeston Hall is an IAPS Independent Preparatory School in Suffolk. It its the Preparatory School to Framlingham College. It caters for children from Nursery to Year 8 (13 years).
The School was established in 1948 and officially opened in 1949 in its present idyllic neo-Tudor setting beside the River Deben. It enjoys an excellent reputation in its own right but maintains close links with its senior counterpart, Framlingham College. All students are prepared for Common Entrance and the majority then make the transition to the senior school. However, a significant proportion move to other fine schools throughout the country. Our philosophy is based on caring for each individual child, pastorally and academically, in the context of a supportive, happy and stimulating family environment. We believe that the process of learning and the promotion of excellence, from the first year of Pre-prep to the final class of Year 8, should be an enjoyable experience for every pupil based upon a well-balanced curriculum offering equal opportunities for all.