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Bromley High School GDST
Blackbrook Lane, Bickley, BR1 2TW, UK Bromley
+44 (0)208 468 7981

Bromley High School a GDST School

Bromley High is a friendly and happy school and we believe that the care of each individual in the school community is of the greatest importance. The Form Tutor is central to our pastoral system and each Tutor has a Head of Year (Lower School) or a Head of Section (Upper School) who has an overview and who is also there to help the girls.

In addition, the Head, Deputy Head and Assistant Head are always happy to see anyone to discuss their academic or social progress. Health issues are taken seriously and we have a team of nurses and a School Doctor as well as a school counsellor and a team of peer counsellors in the Sixth Form. Careful monitoring ensures that any problems, which may arise from time to time, are dealt with swiftly. We want girls and parents to feel that we are both approachable and accessible.


At Bromley High Junior School we share the same aims and ethos as the Senior School which ensures a seamless transition at eleven.

The vibrant and happy atmosphere of the Junior School is evident in our well resourced classrooms, specialist teaching rooms and child inspired playground. The girls enjoy a very broad curriculum which we enrich with visits to places of interest and by inviting professional experts to the school to run exciting workshops. Our school hall has been, amongst other things, the scene of a Roman forum, a Tudor court and a playground of a century ago. Through inspiring the girls to take a real interest in all areas of the curriculum, we encourage them to become self-motivated, independent thinkers. Enthusiasm runs high and each girl is valued for her opinions and encouraged to excel, cared for by highly qualified and dedicated teaching staff and a team of support assistants.


Our broad and balanced curriculum aims to develop every girl’s potential, combining the best of traditional teaching and learning systems with new technologies and cross- curricular skills. Although not obliged by law to do so, Trust schools adhere to the core requirements of the National Curriculum as a minimum whilst allowing scope for flexibility and originality. During the first three years (Lower School) girls are taught a wide range of subjects including the Core or English (Literature and Language), Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and three foreign languages (including Latin). There is some setting in the core subjects. The creative arts include Music, Art (including Ceramics and Textiles), Drama , Physical Education, and Design Technology, the Humanities include Geography, History and Religious education and Information and Communication technology is taught both across the curriculum and discretely.

To find out more about specific departments click here.

Bromley High School Sixth Form has a tradition of strong academic success. Girls can expect to be given every opportunity to achieve their full potential. Small class sizes (usually between eight and twelve) ensure that everyone gets the individual attention they need. The positive relationship that evolves between staff and students is very conducive to high achievement.

At Bromley High we are fortunate to be able to design the timetable around students’ individual choices. The broad range of subjects you can study gives incredible flexibility. You can choose four, five or even six subjects and there is Critical Thinking AS level on offer too.

Subjects offered to A and AS level:-
Art and Design
Business Studies

English Literature
English Language and Literature
Theatre Studies
Government and Political Studies
Modern Foreign Languages-
French, German, Spanish
Biology, Chemistry, Physics
Design and Technology
Information and CommunicationTechnology
Sport and Physical Education
Religious Studies
Psychology (AS only)

Sixth form students work hard and have fun! We believe that students learn valuable life skills through the experience they gain from extra-curricular activities and we encourage participation from everyone. Excellent teaching and superb facilities provide perfect conditions for successful study.


A great emphasis is put on an enthusiastic involvement in music, art, sport , drama and community activities and girls are keen supporters of many charities. The school has a high local reputation for its annual dance production and hosts several sports championships and rallies. Major school concerts are organised at venues such as the St Martin-in-the-Fields, Westminster Abbey and Southwark Cathedral.

Girls participate in the Young Enterprise scheme, work experience, and the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme. There are regular exchanges to France, Germany and Spain and a programme of foreign work experience is being developed. Girls from all year groups participate in the annual ski trip and there are Geography field trips to the Isle of Wight, the Isle of Arran and South Wales, whilst the Biology Department visits Wales. World Challenge expeditions have visited Uganda, Malaysia and Ecuador and Iceland, Guyana and Borneo.

The details below gives a fuller flavour of the activities we offer.

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