Well done to the 36 students that took part in the IET Faraday Challenge. They had a day filled with hands-on engineering and active learning. Congratulations everyone!


Check out the Spring edition of our HGABR school newsletter showcasing the latest events and fantastic abilities and achievements of our students!


Years 8 to 13 attended the HGABR Bromley Ambition careers fair where they met employers from different sectors including finance, healthcare, retail and the arts as well as colleges and universities.


Thank you to all the 75 volunteers who gave their time so generously to support our students as they think about their future options.


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Phil shares his love for reading and writing and talks about the reasons he wrote ‘When the Sky Falls’. He will also talk about his new novel to be published next month ‘While the Storm Rages.


Bromley Libraries are continuing their digital programme of 'Meet the Author' which is shown on their Facebook page. This Sat at on…, you can hear from Phil Earle, author of the shortlisted Carnegie title: When the Sky Falls.


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To all our community please do have a great day. Whether celebrating Eid or enjoying the time just to catch up with family and friends.


Thank you for coming and talking to our students


Thank you for coming and sharing with our students


Our GCSE dancers keeping positive and big smiles in their revision session! Mrs Abbott and Miss Dent are proud of you keep it up!


Would you like free revision sources? Use our Reading Cloud and sign in to access a plethora of approved websites: and also the British Library -


If anyone would like to volunteer at a Bromley borough library this summer, please email the following address: srcvolunteers.ORG Bromley Libraries Children’s Team


HGABR have teamed up with to offer new enrichment activities for our students. Today our girls tested their strength, resilience and focus with professional boxing coaches.


Look what a very lovely parent donated to us today!


On Monday 28th March our Vice Principal Mr Sherwin was amongst staff from across the education sector invited to Downing Street in recognition for their work both during and following the Covid-19 pandemic.


We are delighted that Mr Sherwin has been recognised for all of his work throughout the pandemic and for his continued dedication to the academy.


Year 12 students are thoroughly enjoying their employability mentoring sessions with Nestle.

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The intent of our Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic (PSHCE) curriculum is to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all and ensures that every student will gain knowledge, empathy, curiosity and understanding which enables them to develop characters that can and will succeed within our ever changing, fast moving society. 

Our tailored curriculum intends to:

  • Provide powerful knowledge about our civic society and social world, instilling optimism for the future as members of society
  • Develop a high level of civic, media and information literacy, enabling our students to engage in modern British society in a thoughtful, critical and informed way and in doing so fulfil their civic responsibility to engage powerfully with our democracy
  • Provide social and cultural literacy, which will enable students to engage fully in British culture, society, literature, and the arts, all of which aid in building resilience and encourage students to partake fully in their communities
  • Develop a working knowledge of and practical appreciation for the diverse range of groups and cultures present in our school, local and national community, which enables true empathy to develop and be shown in appropriate ways
  • Instil an understanding of and respect for the fundamental British values of democracy, tolerance, individual liberty and the rule of law
  • Enable our students to engage actively and productively in the social, cultural, religious, civic and political life of the United Kingdom as thoughtful and reflective citizens, committed to not just their own success, but that of society.
  • Equip our students with the skills to think critically and debate political questions, to enable them to manage their money on a day-to-day basis, and plan for future financial needs
  • Develop student’s knowledge about families, respectful relationships, safety, intimate and sexual relationships (including sexual health) and the status of the law in these areas
  • Provide practical skills to ensure students remain safe online
  • Equip students with a “mental health toolkit” which they can refer to throughout their lives
  • Provide a comprehensive understanding of the risks associated with substance misuse, gambling and debt
  • Inform students about changes to their body through puberty
  • Emphasise the importance of self-care and strategies for building resilience
  • Signpost students to further sources of help and support.

Our aim is to provide students with a knowledge of their world, locally, nationally and globally and give them confidence to tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up within this.

PSHCE at HGABR plays a key role in creating social cohesion and generating genuine understanding between communities reducing friction, intolerance and social unrest.


PSHCE - Curriculum Plan 06th Dec 2021 Download