Brentwood School

Brentwood School was founded in 1557 and received its charter as the Grammar School of Anthony Browne on 5th July, 1558. Browne became Chief Justice of Common Pleas during the reign of Queen Mary. In 1622 Statutes were drawn up for the school by Sir Anthony Browne, John Donne and George Monteigne, Bishop of London. They require that all boys shall be instructed in Virtue, Learning and Manners.