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Subjects don’t have to be chosen with any timetabling restrictions and our sixth form guides described being encouraged to find their passions, no matter how slowly these emerge, whilst teachers offer guidance with a weather eye to careers and UCAS applications. Girls burst out of lessons onto the wide carpeted corridors seeming relaxed. Asked to describe the school, a parent said, ‘I feel there is pressure for the girls to succeed but above that I feel they… 

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What the school says...

We are a school where both excellence and endeavour are valued; where academic achievement and extra-curricular commitment are expected of every girl. The Independent Schools Inspectorate judged the school to be 'Excellent' in every aspect and awarded the rare accolade of 'Exceptional' to girls' Learning and Achievement. 2015 and 2016, Bromley High School was shortlisted for the award for 'Outstanding Progress in a UK Independent School' reflecting the aspirational ethos of the school.
In a green and leafy environment with space to grow and have fun, our girls make rapid progress academically and socially. In 2016, the school was shortlisted in the national EBA Awards for its outstanding provision for the teaching of science and technology. Girls at Bromley High are happy to express intellectual enthusiasm; free to pursue their interests without regard to boys' subjects or girls' subjects; confident to take the lead in the multitude of activities we offer.
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Since 2014, Angela Drew BA PGCE MBA (50s). She studied English literature in Durham and then spent a year working with mentally disabled adults before entering teaching. She is an ISI inspector. Previously deputy head (academic) of Epsom College. She was head of English and drama at The Mary Erskine School in Edinburgh and has taught at George Watson’s, Whitgift and Prior Park College. She teaches AS thinking skills from Y10. Friendly and open, she wears her headship lightly. A hope and ambition for the girls is that they will not just be prepared for the modern world but lead it.

After the departure of her relatively short-lived predecessor, Mrs Drew’s initial year must have been spent on something of a caffeine high as she hosted 30 coffee mornings with...

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