Five Former students – Victoria Cheung, Maria Christodoulou, Shiva Naser, Sophie Ware and Madeleine Webster – received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh Awards at St James’s Palace this week.

Mr Evans, Mrs Drew and proud parents took their places in the Throne Room to watch as the girls chatted with the Earl of Wessex about their Gold Expedition bell boating against the current on their river journey from Windsor to Oxford.

Their certificates were presented by Roz Savage the only women to have rowed solo across the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans. Bromley’s High’s provision for the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme was praised as exemplary and Mrs Drew was presented with a framed certificate commemorating Bromley High’s status as a Directly Licensed D of E Centre.

“A privilege to see five of our former students presented with their Gold DofE Awards this morning. The ceremony was brilliantly organised by DofE London. Many thanks to Mr Evans, Mr Shannon and all Bromley High staff and parents who make the DofE such a fantastic experience for our girls” Angela Drew, Headmistress, Bromley High School, GDST


Left to right: Sophie Ware, Madeleine Webster Maria Christodoulou,
Victoria Cheung, Shiva Naser

Bromley High recent Sixth Form leavers (BHS Class
of 2017) 
Proudly hold their Gold DoE Awards outside St
James’s Palace