Tourist Information

Brighton and Hove has grown over the years and in the 21st Century is as populous as ever.

With its cosmopolitan air, hundreds of restaurants, great nightlife and abundance of culture it is one of the most attractive and exciting seaside resorts in the whole of Britain.

Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion are two of the most popular attractions in Britain.

History of Brighton
Social Activities & Excursions

Brighton and Hove is not only a popular seaside resort surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Sussex Downs, it is also a major university city, which attracts a large British student population to the universities of Brighton and Sussex.

The city is an important educational and cultural centre with an international reputation as one of the most fashionable cities of England.

Brighton and Hove is home to the famous 18th Century Royal Pavilion and with such a strong student population, it is no surprise that you can also enjoy:

  • Nightclubs
  • Bars
  • Concerts
  • Cinemas
  • Impressive marina
  • Museums, galleries and theatres
  • A state of the art public library


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Student Services

Student Services

Here at Castle School, staff can offer students help on: Welfare & Counselling, Passports & Visas, Insurance & Personal Security, Health & Safety, University Placement Advice and Airport Transfer.

Our Location

Our Location

We are situated a stone's throw from the main Brighton Shopping Centre of Churchill Square and a mere 10 minutes walk from the train station.

Accommodation in Brighton

Accommodation in Brighton

With both Home Stay and Self Catering accommodation on offer, you can find the right accommodation suitable for you. The average commuting time from nearby accommodation to school is just 15-30 mintues.

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