Every girl is encouraged to grasp the opportunities offered by life at Bromley High School. Sporting facilities are superb. A stunning indoor pool, new fitness suite, sports hall, gym, track and floodlit courts and pitches provide the perfect environment in which to develop girls’ love of sport.
Netball is a mass participation sport at Bromley High School. With A-F teams in the younger years, there are opportunities for all committed netballers to represent the school. Our extensive floodlit courts and excellent netball facilities are a hub for local teams.
At Bromley High School, hockey is one of our strongest sports. In 2019, our under 16 team reached the National Indoor Hockey finals and will compete as one of the top 10 hockey teams in the country in March 2020.
Girls have extensive opportunities to improve their skills and game play in the curriculum, at lunch and after school practices. Additionally, the Lovegrove Academy provides specialist morning coaching.
There is a strong fixture list and opportunities for sports tours, most recently an undefeated 1st XI tour to Holland in November 2019.
Bromley High School’s Senior Swimming team are the current holders of the Bath and Otter Cup as the winners of both the Independent Schools’ Freestyle and Medley Relays at the London Aquatics Centre in 2019.
The Senior Swimming Squad was placed 4th and 6th respectively in the English National Schools Swimming Championships Freestyle and Medley Relays.
As well as encouraging all girls to develop their skills in lessons in our beautiful pool and in gala competitions, the school offers support to elite swimmers and divers with their demanding academic and training schedules and we have a number of national medalists currently in the school.
Football is a fast growing sport with a full set of competitive fixtures.
We have pupils representing local girls’ sides and have enjoyed success in the Kent schools’ cup.
Bromley High School offers Athletics, Tennis and Cricket in the summer months, and play competitive fixtures working closely with local clubs and coaches to develop girls’ skills.
“They are highly successful in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Individuals and teams participate in a very wide range of sports including biathlon, diving, golf, gymnastics, tennis and rowing” ISI