Schools within the village
There are two independant schools in Brettenham which have a close working relatinship with the village.
Old Buckenham Hall School was founded in 1862 at Lowestoft and moved to Brettenham in 1956, becoming a Charitable Trust in 1968. It is an independent school for boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years. A number of places exist for boarders and there are also a Pre-Preparatory Department which takes boys and girls 5 – 8 years of age and a Nursery for the younger children. Old Buckenham Hall School is the setting for the Picnic in the Park and the Bonfire and Fireworks display.
Further details about the school can be obtained from the School at Brettenham Park, Brettenham Suffolk, IP7 7PH, telephone 01449 740252.
Visit their website: Old Buckenham Hall School
Centre Academey East Anglia, one of 'the most successful special needs schools in the UK and, indeed the most unique.'
The Academy has two campuses, Centre Academy London and Centre Academy East Anglia, and offers an excellent education while also teaching the skills and coping strategies that enable students with a variety of learning difficulties to succeed.
Telephone 01449 736404.
Visit their website: Centre Academy