Education is about preparation for life – and here at Bromley High we hope that our girls will have as full a life as possible. Our education, therefore, does not begin and end in a classroom. We expect all girls to be fully involved in the full co-curricular life of the School and in the school community and the community beyond the school gates. This ethos starts as soon as a girl begins at the School in Reception Year. With out of school visits and visitors to school from the very first term in the Junior School, girls quickly become independent thinkers with a wide range of experiences to enhance and enrich their education. They visit historical sites, learn musical instruments, take part in their video-conferences and meet farm animals nose to nose – and that is all in the first 6 months! The curriculum provision through the school includes an entitlement to the co-curricular enrichment that we think is so crucial. By the time she leaves us, your daughter may have skied in Canada, worked in a hospital in Kenya, played hockey in Holland, carried out work experience in Barcelona, hosted community service carols with local senior citizens, attended lectures on biomedical science and neurology, attended conferences with a local co-ed school on the United Nations and will have a wealth of networks available to her, from the GDST and beyond, to make her way in her professional life. Our careers and university preparation programme is outstanding – from practical support on securing a work placement to emotional support on results day, we help each girl through the process with advice, practical assistance and celebration when she secures that hard to reach place at a top university.