Our experience tells us that pupils achieve the best possible academic results if they are happy and well supported, which is why pastoral care is an integral part of Bromley High School Sixth Form. Girls are pastorally supported by their own personal tutor as well as the Head of Sixth Form, Head of Careers and their various subject teachers.
Personal, Social, Health and Economic Programme (PSHE)
The Sixth Form PSHE programme develops an independence of mind in addressing topics such as applying and budgeting for university as well as living independently away from home.
Engaging speakers talk to the girls about a diverse range of issues relevant to young people including managing stress and anxiety, student finance, becoming a new driver, diet and healthy eating, sexual health and life at university. There are also practical life skills lessons such as emergency first aid.
The PSHE programme is delivered as part of Future Focus, a series of events and workshops designed to help our Sixth Formers develop the knowledge and skills needed for successful futures.
“Relationships between staff and pupils and between the pupils themselves are excellent. a strong sense of mutual respect permeates the school: pupils say they are well supported. “ ISI