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.
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Personal Awareness Consultancy & Training (PACT) are offering an accredited British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) course – it will assist parents/carers in supporting their children/young people to manage behaviours that challenge.
Contact Dawn Andress firstname.lastname@example.org for more information/book a place or Tel: 020 8313 4511
Through a planned Careers programme, Bromley Trust Academy aims to contribute to raising aspirations, creating positive self-image, increasing self-confidence, improving motivation and overcoming barriers to success. Our school has a critical role to play in preparing our young people for the next stage of their education or training and beyond. Our expectations are high, so every student is challenged appropriately and acquires the knowledge, skills and attitudes for lifelong learning that employers will value. This will help every young person to enhance their employability and realise their potential.
Our Careers leader is Michelle Graydon.
We recognise the importance of developing the careers skills of our young people through our provision for Careers Guidance. We believe that young people need these skills to manage their own careers and to contribute to the well-being of themselves, their families, the communities and the wider society of which they are a part, the environment and the economy.
The school's careers provision, therefore, needs to help students to develop their self-efficacy, raise their aspirations and help them carry out career exploration. They must also become more adaptable and resilient, make decisions and transitions, be more enterprising and be able to present themselves well in applications and interviews.
We are therefore working towards the 8 Gatsby Principles to ensure all our young people are able to access high quality information, advice and guidance throughout their time with us.
The eight Gatsby benchmarks of Good Career Guidance
1. A stable careers programme
2. Learning from career and labour market information
3. Addressing the needs of each pupil
4. Linking curriculum learning to careers
5. Encounters with employers and employees
6. Experiences of workplaces
7. Encounters with further and higher education
8. Personal guidance
Please see below for useful links to the school
Careers guidance and
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.
Homework is issued to students weekly inhouse.
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).
Please click the below links for the 2016-2017 Pupil Premium Plan or the 2015-2016 Pupil Premium Review.
Pupil Premium Plan 2016-2017
Pupil Premium Review 2015- 2017
Pupil Premium Plan & Review 2017-2018
Pupil Premium Plan 2018-2019
Bromley Trust Academy does not receive Year 7 Literacy and Numeracy Catch-Up Funding.
Ofsted has created a webinar for schools and parents on how to help keep children safe online. The aim is to raise awareness about e-safety: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwezxYyq3Ss
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.
KS3 PE 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 images/logos/hoods.
The Trust provides education and support for pupils who are at risk of being, or have been, permanently excluded from both primary and 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.London South East Academies Trust
One of our key partners here at Bromley Trust Academy is the Educational Psychologist team.
An Educational Psychologist is a specialist on how children and young people develop and learn. They offer assessment, advice and support to parents and teachers where there is a concern about the development, learning or behaviour of children and young people.
We are fortunate at Bromley Trust Academy to work with Magic Breakfast, a charity that provides free, nutritious breakfasts to schools where over 35% of pupils are eligible for free school meals.
Breakfasts are provided, free of charge, in order to support our early morning breakfast club. Eating a healthy breakfast helps to improve a child's concentration, behaviour, attendance, punctuality and educational attainment.