Everything we do at Bromley High School aims to provide the very best learning environment for our girls, and our development programme plays a key role in making this possible.

General Donations

Our fees cover the cost of our students’ education, but when it comes to many of the elements that make our school special, we need to ask the whole school community- parents, alumnae, staff, students, former parents and the local community– to get involved and contribute in whatever way they can.

This might be providing opportunities for our girls outside the day to day academic provision or helping with much needed improvements or additions to our facilities.

You can donate online via the GDST website.

Donate Online

Your Legacy, Her Future

Your generosity could give a girl a life-changing opportunity

Bromley High School and the GDST are committed to improving social mobility and to helping every girl, whatever her background, fulfil her potential and her dreams.

Remembering us in your will is one of the most personal and significant ways you can help our school. Your gift, no matter how big or small, can transform a life through an exceptional education. We are hugely indebted to those who have supported the school in this way. In addition to bursaries, your legacy gift can be used to support an area of education that you feel passionate about.

How to pledge a gift in your Will

We have an online legacy pledge form available or, if you would prefer, you can print out and complete a paper version of our legacy pledge form.

GDST alumnae and friends can benefit from a free will-writing service via leading provider, Farewill – to take advantage of this opportunity, please get in touch.

If you would have questions about leaving a legacy to the GDST, please contact the Philanthropy Team via email giving@wes.gdst.net or by calling +44(0)20 7393 6898.

If you are an executor or solicitor acting on behalf of an estate, please use these details to contact us so we can assist in achieving the intentions stated.

For general independent advice about leaving a gift in your Will to charity, you can visit the Remember A Charity website.