"Community is at the heart of our school."

"Community is at the heart of our school."

"Community is at the heart of our school."

ISA Award

ISA Award

ISA Award

"By the time they leave you’ve got a really robust, rounded, resilient child".

"By the time they leave you’ve got a really robust, rounded, resilient child."

"By the time they leave you’ve got a really robust, rounded, resilient child".

"The children’s learning behaviours are excellent throughout." - David Thomson, former ISI inspector

"The children’s learning behaviours are excellent throughout." - David Thomson, former ISI inspector

"The children’s learning behaviours are excellent throughout." - David Thomson, former ISI inspector

"Mindfulness is a practice that can help you to calm down if you're stressed." - Pupil aged 11

"Mindfulness is a practice that can help you to calm down if you're stressed." - Pupil aged 11

"Mindfulness is a practice that can help you to calm down if you're stressed." - Pupil aged 11

"All pupils are confident and articulate."

"All pupils are confident and articulate."

"All pupils are confident and articulate."

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A foundation for all-round excellence, with mindfulness at its heart

The Dharma Primary School, in Brighton, is a non-selective independent school and welcomes children aged 3-11 years from all backgrounds, faiths and abilities.

Our philosophy is rooted in Buddhist principles and for more than 20 years we have successfully integrated a holistic ethos with an excellent academic education.

Through the practice of mindfulness, the school aims to cultivate wisdom, reflection and compassion in children and to help them unlock their full potential.

Head Teacher: Clare Eddison

OPEN MORNING: Book online for our next Open Morning on Friday 15th March.

TODDLER GROUP: Wednesdays 10.15 – 11.45 am. We look forward to seeing you!

WINNER of the Independent Schools Association (ISA) AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE & INNOVATION IN PUPILS’ MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING 2017. Read more

BBC RADIO 4: Listen to a 5 min report about our school on the ‘Sunday’ programme.