BTA converted to an academy on 1st September 2014. It is therefore an entirely new school. However, the previous
school’s last inspection report can be found here.
It is important to note that, as BTA is a new school, which has not yet been inspected, the inspection judgments of the previous school are not about BTA.
Ofsted gives you the chance to tell them what you think about Bromley Trust Academy, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour.
This is through their Parent View website.
By sharing your views, you’ll be helping Bromley Trust Academy to improve.
Referred students will be invited to an interview and tour of the school with the HT. Our aim will be to discuss
all curriculum options and support packages available in order to ensure the best possible way forward for each student. New students will initially
enter our Assessment and Transition Centre for a period of between 5 - 10 days. The aim will be to assess each new student both academically and
emotionally, ensuring work can be pitched at the correct level to ensure maximum progress and any additional necessary support can be put in place
without delay. Our expert staff will keep parents informed via regular verbal and written feedback.
View Admissions Agreement
View Admissions Statement
School uniform comprises of smart black trousers/knee length skirt, a white shirt/blouse and a black V-neck jumper.
A tie is also worn and one tie will be provided, per student, by the school free of charge. Further ties will be charged for.
kit comprises of black short/tracksuit bottoms, plain white t-shirt/sports top and a black sweatshirt. Please note the PE kit should have no printed
At Hayes Campus, we have classes of between eight and ten pupils. There are up to two adults in each class,
including a fully qualified teacher, .
The tutor group breakdown is as follows:
- KS3A (Y9)
Where pupils are placed is based on the initial Assessment Centre process.
Pupil Premium is additional funding for schools to address underlying inequalities between children eligible for
Free School Meals (FSM) and looked after children and their peers, by ensuring that the funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the children who need it
most. The Government is seeking to ‘close the gap’ in achievement, therefore reducing the barriers to success.
The Pupil Premium funding is allocated to pupils who are either currently eligible for free school meals or who have been eligible in the last 6 years (known as Ever 6 FSM).
Bromley Trust Academy does not receive Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Funding.
The BTA Hayes timetable can be found below:
BTA Hayes Timetable
Homework is issued to students weekly inhouse