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ADMISSIONS INFORMATION


   Referred students will be invited to an interview and tour of the school with the Head of School. Our aim will be to discuss 
         the needs of each individual in order to ensure the best possible way forward for each student.

OUTREACH 
Claire Muccio - Head of service - claire.muccio@bromleytrustacademy.org.uk

CLASS INFORMATION 
At Midfield Campus, we have five classes of between eight and ten pupils. There are between two and four adults in each class,
 including a fully qualified teacher, dependent on need. Pupils come into their class for the start of the day, and for learning other 
than Literacy/Numeracy. Where pupils are placed is based on the initial admissions process.


        Discovery

   Teacher

Year Group

Class Name

   

  


                                                                   Mandy Kane/

                                                                   Gina Queeley

      3/4

Dahl

  

                                                                   Lucy Alford                    

Ks1

Donaldson


     Endeavour

       Teacher                              

Year Group

Class Name

        Paul Bailey

3/4

Almond

        Carolyn Potts

5/6

Morpurgo

 

       
CURRICULUM - CLICK HERE

E-SAFETY 

GOVERNANCE 
Our school is part of London South East Academies Trust- a multi academy trust sponsored by London South East Colleges.
The Trust brings together specialist provision to offer a real alternative to mainstream education for young people across the region.
Please visit the London South East Academies Trust Website for further information.


HOMEWORK- Click here

OFSTED 

For our most recent OFSTED report September 2017    Click Here

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.


MENU - Click here


PARENT INFO

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PERFORMANCE- Click here

PUPIL P


PUPIL PREMIUM


SAFEGUARDING/SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
Safeguarding
Bromley local offer
SEND information report


SENIOR LEADERSHIP GROUP 
Rob Freeman - Head of school - rob.freeman@bromleytrustacademy.org.uk
Gina Queeley- Deputy Head -gina.queeley@bromleytrustacademy.org.uk
Paul Bailey- Assistant Head/ Safeguarding - paul.bailey@bromleytrustacademy.org.uk
Lucy Alford - SENCO - lucy.alford@bromleytrustacademy.org.uk

SPORTS PREMIUM



TERM DATES -Click here


TERMS OF REFERENCE - Click here


THERAPEUTIC WELLBEING
Mental health week 2018 Information - Click here
Therapeutic Support and Well- Being
Therapy Newsletter - Autumn 2017
Therapy Newsletter Summer 2017


TIME OF SCHOOL DAY

Time of school day 

8:55 - 9:00 Doors open

9:00 - 9:30 Communal breakfast in form groups

9:30 - 10:30 - Session 1 

10:30 - 10:50 Break

10:50 - 12:10 Session 2

12:10 - 12:50 Lunch

12:50 - 1:10  All read

1:10 - 2:20 Session 3

2:20 - 2:40 Silver time

2:40 - 2:50 Learning reflection time.

2:50 - 3:00 Class story / Home time     


TRANSPORT - For travel arrangements click here 

UNIFORM

School uniform comprises of black leather shoes, smart black trousers, a white shirt/blouse and a black V-neck jumper. A tie is also worn. P.E Kit is dark tracksuit bottoms/ shorts and a pain white t-shirt.


 

 

 


Our Partners

london south east academies trust

The Academy 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 Site

Bromley Council Educational Psychologist Team

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.

Bromley Council Site

Magic Breakfast

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.

Magic Breakfast Site

Kent Counselling For Schools

Kent Counselling for Schools provides support for young people within Primary, Secondary and alternative education provisions across Kent and South London. They are a renowned school service founded and operated by experienced counselling practitioners who are familiar with working with young people in educational settings.

Kent Counselling For Schools Site


The Bromley Trust Academy works with the following agencies:

- Affinity Sutton Housing Association/ London Borough of Bromley Housing
- Speech and language therapy
- Educational psychology service
- Virtual school 
- Bromley Y
- Education Welfare Services,
- Social Care – MASH Team
- School Nurse and Primary Care Team
- Mental Health Services
- Mytime
- Bypass
- Metropolitan Police
- Bromley Children’s Project/ Tackling Troubled Families
- PAYP and YOT teams
- Youth Services
- CAMH
- CAF Team
- London Fire Brigade