In this edition: London & Brockwood Concerts, Whole Earth, Centre 2016 Programme, Inwoods New Bus, Screenings at SOAS, and more
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Autumn 2015

Brockwood Park ePost: A quarterly e-newsletter informing you about the work of the Krishnamurti Foundation, Brockwood Park School, the Krishnamurti Centre, and Inwoods Small School.

Why I Sent My Children to Brockwood.

Having sent her three children to Brockwood Park School, Beatrix tells us why and how that came about and what effect it had on her children. Play Video

London & Brockwood Concerts

The idea of a concert at a well-known hall in central London came about as a result of an informal discussion at the Krishnamurti Centre about J Krishnamurti`s work reaching a wider public, particularly those interested in music.
Krishnamurti`s appreciation of music and its relationship to beauty and truth is well-known. He often spoke about music and its importance in education and in life. He said the beauty of music lay in the "silence between the notes". Read More


Since the beginning of Brockwood Park School, teachers and staff have asked fundamental questions about teaching and learning. Read more here about how Brockwood is re-envisioning its approach.

IPC meetings

The International Publications Meetings were held at Brockwood Park this autumn. Various trustees, directors, rights-managers and editors from the four Krishnamurti Foundations discussed topics related to printed and digital publications. More

Whole Earth?

Brockwood Park Student Ying-Ji attends the European launch of Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS) at the Eden Project. The Eden Project is a visitor attraction in Cornwall, England. Inside artificial biodomes are thousands of plant species collected from all around the world. The Eden Project presents environmental education focusing on the inter-dependence of plants and people, with each dome emulating a natural biome. Read More.

The Brockwood Land Course

The Brockwood Land Course was initiated last year by our trustees, in order to encourage young people to reconnect with nature, become aware of the impact we are having on the natural environment locally and globally, acquire competence to work practically and intelligently with the land, and envisage a more sustainable lifestyle. Read More

Open Day

We would be delighted to welcome you to our next Open Day which is planned for Saturday 19th March 2016. Read More

Centre Activities

The Krishnamurti Centre has announced its schedule of themed weekends and study retreats for 2016. These events are attended by people who are acquainted with the teachings as well as those who are new to them. Read more


Inwoods is very happy to start the year with its own 14-seat minibus, thanks to a generous donation. The story of how this donation happened began with letters about the importance of children having direct close communion with the natural environment. Read More

SOAS Event

Our new season of J. Krishnamurti Screenings and Dialogues at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies has begun. The video series we are showing and discussing this season is entitled 'Can We Live Together Without Conflict?'. More
Krishnamurti Foundation Trust and Brockwood Park Krishnamurti Educational Centre were established in 1968 as educational charitable trusts. They are now registered as one charity, with the name Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd, and care for and support the activities of the Foundation, Brockwood Park School, The Krishnamurti Centre and Inwoods Small School. For more information about us please visit and follow the link at the bottom of the page to go to different departments.
Registered Office: Brockwood Park, Bramdean, Nr Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0LQ, United Kingdom; Company Registration No. 1055588; Registered Charity No. 312865