Bromley High School is a warm and vibrant community at the heart of leafy Bickley and this is celebrated in the annual Community Festival where the school plays host to hundreds of its neighbours each July.
The school collaborates with local primary schools in digital leadership projects and the SHINE project for gifted and talented pupils. Senior girls are engaged in volunteering with the elderly, charitable projects and special schools. As part of the Sports Leadership Programme girls work with students from the Marjorie McClure Special School and with primary school pupils.
Many local children have learned to swim in our impressive pool and the school’s first class sporting facilities attract elite teams from across the South East. Like Kent Netball and Telstars, England Netball has chosen to base its Regional Performance Academy for London and South East at Bromley High.
“Bromley High School displays a commitment to serving the need of others in the community”ISI
Charitable giving is a huge part of school life and central to house activities. Every class in the school takes responsibility for organising its own fund raising event and the Senior School alone raises in the region of £25,000 a year.
The Junior School girls are enthusiastic and creative fund raisers and have particularly enjoyed sponsoring an African girl’s education this year.
SHINE Serious Fun on Saturday. Bromley High participates in the SHINE Project – a nationally funded scheme where independent schools lend their facilities and resources to enrich and expand the core curriculum for local children.
Bromley High Parents’ Association
The Bromley High Parent’s Association is a group formed of parents acting on behalf of the parent body in association with the school to enhance the academic experience of all the girls in the whole of the Junior and Senior Schools.
They work very closely with the Head and the Senior Leadership Team of the school to promote a sense of community in the school. To this end they have three main events a year: Fireworks Night, the Christmas Market and a Summer Ball. Whilst these activities are intended as social occasions the main aim is fundraising for the benefit of the school.
The BHPA is not all about raising money however. They promote relationships within the school and wider community so if you would like to get involved please get in touch.
They are always happy to welcome new parents to the BHPA family.
If you would like to know more about the BHPA please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the BHPA
If you would like to join the BHPA, please complete the application form and post with your fee to BHPA Membership, Bromley High School, Blackbrook Lane, Bickley, BR1 2TW