Brockwood must be a place of integrity, deep honesty and the awakening of intelligence in the midst of the confusion, conflict and destruction that is taking place in the world.
Brockwood Park was purchased by Krishnamurti Foundation Trust in 1969. Chosen for its peaceful yet accessible location in mid Hampshire, it provides the ideal setting for inquiry into the whole of life. The four elements of Brockwood Park complement each other and form a unique whole: Brockwood Park School for teenage boarding students from all over the world, the Krishnamurti Centre for adults to study the work of Krishnamurti, the Foundation which makes sure Krishnamurti’s teachings are available to those interested worldwide, and Inwoods Small School for primary day pupils. Staff and volunteers, together with students, live on-site in an atmosphere of exploration and cooperation.
Brockwood Park News
Formerly known as Brockwood Park ePost this electronic newsletter, which began in 2012, is designed to bring together news from all the departments at Brockwood. Sent out regularly to everyone who subscribes, it is a wealth of articles, videos, announcements and links designed to keep you well-informed about all the latest developments at Brockwood.
You can sign up to Brockwood Park News here.
Brockwood Park School
Brockwood Park School is an international, co-educational boarding school offering a personalised, holistic education for around 70 students aged 14 to 19. The school is deeply inspired by Krishnamurti’s teachings, which encourage academic excellence, self-understanding, creativity and integrity in a safe, non-competitive environment.
A Brockwood education goes beyond more traditional kinds of learning. Not exclusively academic, its mission is to help students learn the art of living, bringing together aspects of learning, sensitivity, open-mindedness and self-reflection which are too often ignored.
With instructions from Krishnamurti, the Centre was designed by the architect Keith Critchlow in 1985 and is set in over forty acres of grounds in the peaceful Hampshire countryside. The Krishnamurti Centre has 20 en-suite rooms, a library, lounge, quiet room, conservatory, video rooms and dining room. All meals are vegetarian, with a vegan option. There is no guidance or structured activity outside the Theme Weekends or Study Retreats, and guests can arrange their own study programme, use the library, walk in the grounds or inquire informally with others. Day guests may use the Centre’s facilities without charge and, by prior arrangement, have lunch, for which there is a charge.
The Centre’s collection of books, audio and video recordings in many languages, is available for all guests. The library contains copies of all Krishnamurti’s books and many translations. There are two video rooms and portable audio and video players available for guests to use. The bookshop stocks a comprehensive selection of Krishnamurti material for sale in many formats.
Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
Established in 1968 as an educational charitable trust, the Foundation exists to preserve and make available Krishnamurti’s teachings, as well as to support Brockwood Park School, Inwoods Small School and the Krishnamurti Centre.
The Foundation is not a religious organisation nor does it have any spiritual authority but it provides a service to those who may be interested in pursuing an understanding of the teachings in their own lives.
Get Involved with the Activities of Brockwood Park
There are many ways to visit Brockwood Park and get involved in the work of the Foundation—for example, attending an event or as a volunteer.
Subscribe for news related to the activities of Inwoods Small School and Brockwood Park.
The Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd is an educational charitable trust located in Brockwood Park, Hampshire, UK. It consists of the Krishnamurti Centre, the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, Brockwood Park School and Inwoods Small School.
Inwoods Small School
Hampshire SO24 0LQ
Telephone: +44 (0)1962 771065
Company Registration No. 1055588
Registered Charity No. 312865
© 2021 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd