The Academy provides education and support for pupils who are at risk of being, or have been, permanently excluded from secondary schools. It works with pupils to identify and remove barriers to learning in order that where possible they can return to a mainstream school or to access specialist school settings or at key stage 4 achieve academic and/or vocational qualifications.
Academy staff are dedicated, caring professionals who provide unconditional support and positively challenge pupils to be the best they can be. Staff set about to use their experience, passion, commitment and everything in their power to ensure that children can flourish, feel safe, feel good about themselves and to ensure they have every opportunity to learn socially and academically.
At Bromley Trust Academy we believe in securing the best for all and inclusion and cohesion are at the heart of the ethos at our schools. We aim to raise standards by promoting an ethos which is underpinned by core values that support the development of the child as a reflective pupil. We strive to ensure that everything we do has a positive impact on our pupils.
We are proud of our record in promoting equality of opportunity for all and we try to create a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment in which all members of the school community can grow in confidence and develop their full potential. In addition to the good progress of all groups of students success is also demonstrated with the reintegration of our students into an appropriate learning pathway.
Our school community believes in (we live our lives by the) maxim that we ‘decide’ our own futures. The letters ‘Decide’ stands for: Discover – every day we try to discover new things Endeavour – try hard everyday Community – believing in our communities and being leaders there Independence – become independent pupils Decisions – making sensible decisions Everyday – doing all of the above, everyday
By focusing on our ethos and values we will prepare our pupils for a life in the modern day society where they have the opportunity to go to university, to secure employment, to be leaders in their communities and to live a happy family life.