The Ravensbourne School is a mixed comprehensive school with a thriving school population of over 1450 students aged between 11 and 18; we provide both secondary education in Years 7 to 11, as well as an excellent Post 16 program, preparing students for university and the world of work.
We invest all that we have in making our students and staff the best they can be. We believe in achievement: educating the whole person, developing all the talents that any individual may have.
Scotts Park is a welcoming and child-centred school for children aged 4 to 11. We are very proud of our school and the good reputation we have within the local and wider communities.
Our partnership with Education for the 21st Century ensures that we shall not only grow in size, but also in our aims to provide excellent opportunities for all our students and staff so that they may be the best they can be.
Eden Park High School is a new secondary school for Beckenham, part of the E21C Multi-Academy Trust. The school, which opened on the 30th August will be in temporary accommodation at The Ravensbourne School until the new building is complete on the Balmoral Avenue site.
The school has 180 Year 7 students and will grow year on year as it fills. Eden Park High School has a unique provision of an extended school day, where all of the students will complete their home learning, revision and extra-curricular clubs.
Mottingham Primary School is a school for children aged 4-11. At Mottingham Primary School the children and their learning are at the very heart of every decision made.
Our dedicated staff believe that no child should be left behind. Our motto ‘Learning and Achieving Together’ reflects the importance of good teamwork. Positive partnerships with individual children, whole classes, our parents as co-educators, our colleagues, our governors, and the wider community lead to effective teaching, high standards and successful learning.
Blenheim Primary School is a one form entry Primary school in Orpington. Every child in our school is special and the children and staff work hard together and celebrate their achievements throughout the year.
Blenheim aims to ensure our children are prepared for their future role in society as well as developing a love of learning that will stay with them forever. We work to ensure that our children all feel safe, secure and nurtured and know that we all care about developing the whole child and not just their academic side.
Spires Academy is a comprehensive secondary school located in Canterbury, Kent. It offers a distinctive small school educational experience in an inspirational, purpose built learning environment. Due to its popularity it will open new facilities in January 2018 to support the growth in numbers across the 11 to 18 age range.
It is justly proud of its reputation as a place where each individual is well known, listened to and encouraged to be the best they can be. It achieved a Good Ofsted report in 2017 and was awarded the Leading Parent Partnership Award in the same year.
Bromley Football Club Academy (BFCA) has collaborated with both The Ravensbourne School and Spires Academy to launch a pioneering new education pathway for Post-16 education, in the Borough of Bromley and across Kent.
The bespoke curriculum has been designed to enable young people to access a future within the sporting industry, offering support and guidance both in the classroom and on the pitch. The scheme offers a BTEC Sport Extended Diploma, FA coaching awards and a full ‘A’ level provision to increase options for players pursuing particular career pathways suited for their requirements.
Coopers School is a mixed, highly oversubscribed comprehensive school In Bromley with 1,600 students on roll aged 11-18 including 350 at Post 16. At post 16 we run A levels and BTECs as well as the International Baccalaureate Careers Programme. Our students leave us for a range of university destinations including Oxbridge, further education, the world of work and to follow apprenticeship programmes.
All students are expected to be ambitious for academic success and personal development. The School has a strong academic tradition and a reputation for high expectations.
Mead Road Infant School is a highly oversubscribed school with 90 students on roll in Reception to Year 2. We have a whole-child approach to teaching and learning which means we strive not only for high academic standards, but also for development of each child’s social, emotional, behavioural, moral and communicative skills too.
We offer a varied and exciting curriculum designed to engage and enthuse our little learners, inspiring them, we hope, to begin a lifelong thirst for discovery and knowledge.