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Bishop Justus C E Secondary School
Magpie Hall Lane, Bromley Common, BR2 8HZ, UK Bromley
+44 (0)208 315 8130

Welcome to Bishop Justus Church of England School

Head Teacher

Kathy Griffiths MSc. BEd. NPQH

As the founding Headteacher of this inspirational church school community, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to our website.

Being the Head of a new school has given me the freedom and scope to develop a new school culture, an innovative curriculum and an opportunity to create something truly unique.  As a community we have been able to try new things and lay the foundations for a school that would combine the most exciting and positive elements of the comprehensive system within a Christian setting.

Our first year in 2004 certainly was demanding: waiting to get into our state of the art new building, establishing a diverse, talented and dedicated teaching staff; developing new relationships in the wider community.  But, very early on it was clear that others shared our vision and determination, and it was not long before we could look around us and see that the foundations we had been working so hard to put in place were in fact in position.

Today, I am immensely proud of what we have been able to achieve.  In just two years we have been on an incredible journey, and are well-established as a good school and a vibrant Christian community with a palpable enthusiasm for the school shared by students, staff, parents and carers and the wider community alike.  Focused on the intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual development of our students, we are now in a great position to push for higher achievement and excellence right across the curriculum.

I hope that the site will give you a picture of some of what goes on in the School, and begin to show you a school that is caring, thriving, confident, and forward looking. If you wish to contact us to discuss any aspect of our work, please telephone (020) 8315 8130 or e-mail



Through Faith and Learning

Bishop Justus Church of England School seeks to serve its community in the name of the Church by ensuring excellent education in a Christian setting.

This 21st century school is a stimulating learning environment that prepares students for living and working in a rapidly changing world and encourages them to value the rich diversity of cultures they will encounter. Students and staff are empowered to achieve their highest possible in academic, creative and sporting achievement both as members of a community and as individuals. The school provides students and staff with many opportunities to explore the significance of Christian faith and values to their own lives and the issues facing people locally, nationally and globally. The school is committed to ensuring that the learning, vocational, and personal needs of all its students are met by its curriculum and extra-curricular activities.

The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of the students is set in the context of Christian faith as taught and lived in the Church of England.

The school’s distinctive ethos and approach are offered to all members of the school community. Christian students find their faith affirmed and valued, and they meet and work with people who hold to other faiths and philosophies. All students encounter, in the lives of Christians in the school and in the school’s ethos, a living Christian witness which is neither coercive nor assertive but which welcomes and affirms. All members of the school’s community are equally valued and are encouraged to contribute their understandings and abilities to the school’s work and ethos. The beliefs of those from other religious traditions are treated with respect and openness.

We recognise that God is at the heart of the school, and so collective worship has a high priority in the school’s daily life. Collective worship is of high quality and planned to engage all members of the school’s community. The school is a place in which students and staff are cared for and where they learn to care for one other.

Bishop Justus Church of England School seeks to achieve its aims and develop its life and ethos….


Home School Agreement

The teachers and governors at Bishop Justus Church of England School will do their best to:

  • Provide a secure and caring environment for your child.
  • Contact parents promptly if there are any concerns
  • Provide a balanced curriculum which will meet the needs of your child.
  • Offer counselling, guidance and advice when needed.
  • Keep you informed about your child’s progress by providing at least one report and one Parents’ Evening each year.
  • Welcome your involvement in the life of the school.

As a Parent/Guardian I will do my best to:

  • Ensure that my child attends school regularly, on time and properly equipped.
  • Take an active and supportive interest in my child’s life at school.
  • Support the code of behaviour of the school and the school uniform policy.
  • Attend Parent’s Meetings and support other school activities.
  • Let the school know of concerns, problems or changes of circumstances which may affect my child’s work or behaviour.
  • Inform the school of my child’s absence on the first day.

As a student of the school I will do my best to:

  • Attend school and lessons regularly and on time.
  • Bring all equipment, books and kit I need for each day.
  • Wear the correct school uniform, and have a clean and tidy appearance.
  • Be polite and considerate to all members of the school community and follow the code of conduct.
  • Complete all my classwork and homework on time and as well as I can.
  • Refuse to take part in bullying or anti-social behaviour.
  • Respect the environment of the school and its neighbourhood and help to keep it free from litter and graffiti.

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