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The Bradbourne School
Bradbourne Vale Road, TN13 3LE, UK Sevenoaks
+44 (0)1732 454608

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Head Teacher`s welcome message


Dear prospective students and parents,

I am extremely proud of the students, staff, governors, buildings and facilities at The Bradbourne School. We work together in a positive and challenging way to provide a flourishing and engaging learning environment so that each girl achieves her
full potential.

When your daughter comes here, she will find a warm welcoming, purposeful environment. She will be valued and respected, encouraged to work in teams and contribute to the wider curriculum. She will engage in a thriving and creative atmosphere, which is designed to allow her to develop self confidence and responsibility to others. We are committed to the serious business of teaching and learning and do this through challenge, encouragement and support within a secure setting. She will develop the skills required for higher education, the world of work and adult life. However, we also believe that learning should be both innovative and fun.

Achievement is at the heart of our philosophy on education, but we nurture creativity, risk taking, personal and physical development, individuality and spirited, enquiring minds within a setting of traditional values. Staff and students work together in a spirit of co-operation in their quest for achievement and excellence. Our staff are well qualified and give freely of their time and expertise to ensure both support and challenge for our girls.

Your daughter will have a real sense of belonging to the school and will be nourished and encouraged to achieve her best on her journey through the school. She will join a community where courtesy and respect, pride in personal appearance and a sense of fun are nurtured within a disciplined environment.

We hope that our prospectus will inspire you to find out more and to visit our school and make an application to enrol your daughter here.

Mary Boyle – Head Teacher


  • Art and Design
  • Business Studies
  • Child Development
  • Dance
  • Design & Technology (Food)
  • Drama
  • English
  • Geography
  • History
  • ICT
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Media Studies
  • Music
  • Religious Studies
  • Science
  • Sport/PE Studies
  • Additional Educational Needs
  • Health & Social Care
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Key Skills
  • Hairdressing

    The name and address of the school uniform stockists is John Lewis, Bluewater, Greenhithe , Kent . (Mail order available) Uniform is worn by all students in Year 7-11. A high standard of appearance is expected and all parents are asked to ensure that their daughter is correctly dressed and in full uniform at all times. Sixth from students are expected to dress smartly in a business-like way.

    Winter uniform

    • Long sleeved/short sleeved open neck white shirt
    • Plain dark navy blue box pleated skirt
    • Plain dark navy blue V neck pullover
    • Dark navy blue school blazer with a sew on school badge
    • Knee length/ankle length white socks or black tights
    • Black flat or low heeled shoes

    A shower-proof school jacket with a reversible fleece lining is available from the school uniform supplier and it is recommend that parents purchase this item. Denim or leather jackets are not acceptable nor are brightly coloured anoraks or jackets with logos, slogans and patterns.

    The summer uniform is the same as for winter but students need not wear the pullover, may wear skin coloured tights and can remove blazers at the discretion of their classroom teachers.

    PE Kit

    • Short pleated grey skirt
    • Navy blue shorts
    • Navy blue polo shirt with school logo
    • Spare pair of short white socks
    • Grey sweatshirt with school logo
    • Grey tracksuit bottoms (Optional)
    • Dark navy blue/black dance leotard and tights (Optional)
    • Plimsolls/trainers with non-marking soles

    Addition items

    • A PVC apron for Food Technology
    • A white laboratory coat for Science
    • An art apron or overall

    Students are expected to wear their uniform properly at all times, including when travelling to and from school.

    Jewellery and Personal items

    Jewellery should not be worn. The PE staff will take care of essential valuables during lesson time, but only those items listed below. All personal items must be clearly marked with the owner's name. The school cannot be held responsible for lost items.

    Items allowed in school include:

    • Wrist watch
    • Purse belt
    • One pair of small plain studs or small plain sleepers for pierced ears (one to each ear lobe)

    Items NOT allowed in school include:

    • Mobile phones
    • Personal stereos/walkmans
    • Excessive jewellery
    • Glass bottles
    • Aerosols

    POST 16

    Please use the links to view useful information about the Post 16 at The Bradbourne School



    The school is situated on a single site with modern blocks of accommodation. The building is set in extensive grounds offering delightful playing fields, picnic facilities and tennis courts. There are five well equipped ICT suites in the school as well as computers in all departments and wireless and portable laptop trolleys offering students access to multi media technology and the internet all around the building. The school has excellent science laboratories, a media studies suite, an outstanding art and design area, a fully equipped gymnasium and an auditorium. The well-stocked learning resource centre is designed to support learning throughout all the curriculum areas.

    The recently built extension to the school has provided us with specialist ICT and graphics facilities, a suite of mathematics classrooms and improved Sixth Form accommodation.

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