Eden Park High School is unveiled as the name for E21C’s new secondary school

Eden Park High School is unveiled as the name for E21C’s new secondary school

April 14, 2016
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Education for the 21st Century is proud to announce the new name for the fourth school in its Trust: Eden Park High School. Formerly referred to as The Beckenham Academy, Eden Park High School will provide a first-class education for 11-18 year olds, based in the Beckenham area, from September 2017.

The new Eden Park logo is a crest incorporating the four key symbols that hold special significance for the Bromley area. Within the badge sit ripples that symbolise the River Beck, the Kent ‘Invicta’ horse, a tree representing the Garden of England and a broom plant, from which Bromley’s name originates.

Opening for its first academic year in September 2017, Eden Park’s ethos is ‘to be the best you can be’ and its staff and support team will work in close partnership with parents and guardians to ensure that all its students have their opportunity to shine. Understanding that every child’s needs are different, the teaching staff throughout the school will encourage, care for, support, engage and inspire the students to excel.

Mrs Emily Codling, Headteacher for Eden Park High School, says: “I’m so pleased to finally unveil the new name and identity for our school. The next year is going to be a very exciting time for Eden Park High School, as we launch our new identity and make preparations for our opening. The new logo and name hail to Bromley and Kent’s heritage, embracing the traits of our local community.“

“Our school offers a unique provision and in the lead up to our September 2017 opening we’re excited about the prospect of inviting students, parents and guardians along to see first hand what we’re looking to achieve.”

Mr Paul Murphy, CEO of E21C, comments: “We’re really proud to showcase to everyone the new logo and identity for Eden Park High School. The school’s new identity represents our respect for the local Beckenham area and our pride in its heritage. As CEO of E21C, it’s a great time for expansion within our Trust and we’re looking forward to building on the momentum of the school and continue in our planning application processes.”