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Cator Park School
Lennard Road, BR3 1QR, UK Beckenham
+44 (0)208 778 5917

School logo Welcome to the Cator Park School!

We aim to provide information to Parents, Carers and Students about news, activities and events.
We celebrate the achievements of our students and give the wider community a feel for the exciting work and learning taking place at Cator Park.

We are particularly delighted that the summer of 2007 brought our best results at both GCSE and A'level. The graph in 'Latest news' shows how our GCSE results have improved since 2003


All girls in Years 7 - 11 must wear school uniform. Skirts, jumpers, trousers and items of clothing for PE can ONLY be purchased from National Schoolwear Centres, - 51 High Street, Bromley, BR1 1LE.

All tights must be navy or black. Socks may be white or navy. Footwear must be black or navy and sensible, no high heels or trainers. Boots may be worn during the second half of the Autumn Term and during the Spring Term. Sandals may be worn in the Summer Term (not backless or ‘flip-flops’). Girls continuing to wear shoes must wear socks or tights.

Hats, scarves and gloves are optional and it is preferable that they are plain navy or plain black. These should not be worn in lessons. Hair bands should be in either plain navy, red, white or black.

Navy uniform trousers with the school logo are optional in the second half of the Autumn term and during the Spring term, the navy crested blazer is also optional. The basic compulsory uniform consists of the kilt, white blouse and jumper, with a plain black or navy coat. All uniform items should be named.

Year 7

White open necked blouse, tartan kilt, red v necked jumper with trim and crest, black or navy plain outdoor coat (not denim or with slogans written on). Navy blazer with school crest (optional)

Year 8

White open necked blouse, tartan kilt, red v necked jumper with trim and crest, black or navy plain outdoor coat ( not denim or with slogans written on).
Navy blazer with school crest (optional)

Year 9

White open necked blouse, tartan kilt, navy v necked jumper with trim and crest, black or navy plain outdoor coat (not denim or with slogans written on). Navy blazer with school crest (optional) Navy knife pleated skirt may be worn until replaced.

Year 10 & 11

White open necked blouse, tartan kilt, navy v necked jumper with trim and crest black or navy plain outdoor coat(not denim or with slogans written on). Navy blazer with school crest (optional) Navy sweatshirt with school crest, navy v necked jumper with crest or navy knife pleated skirt may be worn until replaced.

Physical Education

Our Physical Education uniform consists of a red polo shirt with the school crest. The skirts/shorts are navy. Navy cycle shorts or shorts should be worn for gymnastics and athletics as well as underneath the skirt for games lessons. Suitable footwear should be worn in the Dance Studio.

Girls should also have trainers.

They should wear red socks for all games lessons.

Tracksuits in navy, with a minimum of decoration. These can be purchased from any school outfitter.

PLEASE NOTE: All kit must have a name tag sewn into the label at the back of the item of clothing. Your daughter’s first name in full and the initial of her surname should be embroidered on the outside of the polo shirt and skirt. A named sports bag is also required. (No plastic shopping bags please)

All clothing must be named.

Hair – Long hair is dangerous in practical lessons and must be tied back with a plain navy, red, white or black ribbon or hair band. Sensible hair styles only with no excessive colour.


All students in Years 7 - 11 follow the National Curriculum and Citizenship programme which integrates the National Curriculum Cross Curricular themes.

The school is fully comprehensive, so the work covered ranges widely in all years to allow all students, including the more able, to be fully stretched and given work which develops their abilities and is appropriate to their needs. There is in-class support for students with difficulties and additional provision for the more able.

Citizenship forms part of the Personal, Social and Health Education programme which aims to provide pupils with the skills and knowledge they require to be successful in both their personal and working lives and as future citizens. The course includes personal awareness and effectiveness, careers education and counselling, community education, political education, sex education within the family context, health matters, and money management. Parents wishing to withdraw their daughters from sex education lessons must apply, in writing, to the Headteacher.


The 'Gifted' comprise students with academic ability in one or more subjects in the statutory school curriculum (other than art, music and PE) and the 'Talented' are those with musical or artistic ability, or ability in sport or any creative art.

We offer a wide range of extra-curricular activities that challenge all children including the able. The following specific initiatives provide enrichment for the most able:-

  • The Performing Arts Faculty organises various trips and projects for talented students
  • The Mathematics Faculty runs a Key Stage 3 club and students participate in the national 'Maths Challenge'.
  • The Science Faculty organises visits and has a weekly club for gifted students at KS3.
  • The Debating Club is run by the English Faculty.
  • The Humanities Faculty has a History Club.
  • The Russian Club caters for gifted linguists.

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