We opened our Preparatory School in 2002 and welcomed our first Year 7 students in 2006. Our ethos of small classes and individual attention has served us very well as we are now successfully teaching to GCSE level with excellent results. The final stage in the development of the school is to offer the same excellent experience to those wishing to study at A-level. Below is what you can expect from September 2021.
The Sixth Form is an important stage in a student’s education. Learners can choose their own curriculum, select subjects which match their interests and abilities and take charge of their studies. The Sixth Form is a crucial point of transition to higher education, adult life and employment. The emphasis must be, therefore, be on learning, independent study and research, rather than on teaching.
A-Level teaching is very different to what you will have experienced so far in your school career. Students are able to study the subjects which really interest them, and we aim to be as flexible as possible, providing a range of subjects to study.
We will also offer a programme of life skills to ensure students are prepared for their journey beyond school including a cookery course to prepare for life at university. Class sizes are small which enable students to gain extensive personal attention from teachers who will both guide and encourage them throughout their studies and learning is enriched by attending conferences and study trips.
Browse the A-level subjects offered by Bromley Independent Grammar HERE.
Our aim is to allow all students in the Sixth Form to develop a sense of responsibility towards their work, choice of activities, fellow students and the wider world.
Academic development goes hand-in-hand with personal development, and we place emphasis on developing the whole person, not just the academic mind.
As young people approaching their independent adult life, our Sixth Formers are also asked to take on extra responsibilities in the school which are varied and may involve working closely with younger forms, arranging assemblies and charity work or running the School Council. All students should leave the Sixth Form committed both to developing their own academic, creative or sporting abilities, and contributing to society. We wish to develop a worldwide community and share responsibility for the welfare and happiness of all human beings.