Chislehurst School for Girls
Bromley, United Kingdom
About Chislehurst School for Girls
Chislehurst School for Girls is a non-denominational secondary academy based in Kent, for girls aged 11-18. The school has a rich history spanning decades and is situated in the idyllic town of Chislehurst.
It was originally founded in 1896 as Sidcup High School and was more recently known as Beaverwood School for Girls. The secondary school was renamed in 2014 as Chislehurst School for Girls.
Values and vision
At Chislehurst School for Girls, it is believed that each student has strengths. Through care and knowledge of every individual pupil, teachers strive to develop these strengths. The secondary school’s vision for the future is combined with the traditional values that it believes society respects.
Chislehurst School for Girls has a strong belief in good discipline and it ensures that students know what is expected of them. Pupils have access to a grammar-style curriculum, through the school’s Grammar Stream.
“Teaching is predominantly good and some is outstanding. Students behave well, enjoy school and feel safe. Older students in particular have positive attitudes and value what the school has to offer. Exclusions are well-below average. The headteacher and senior staff provide ambitious leadership informed by a thorough knowledge of students’ starting points and progress. As a result, achievement and teaching are improving and students are well prepared for the next stage of their lives.”
A very fun and supportive faculty. There's always some exciting activities or events happening. A great place to work!- Bromley Schools' Collegiate SCITT - Trainee Teacher
Teaching is predominantly good and some is outstanding.- Ofsted