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Bromley Beacon Academy offers specialist mixed provision for children with Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs.

At the Orpington campus we cater specifically for 7-13 year olds (Key Stages 2 & 3) with a hub at Bromley Trust Academy, Midfield for our Key Stage 1 students. The focus is on developing core skills of literacy and numeracy, whilst offering a broad range of other curriculum areas to provide real interest for our students.


We are proud of Bromley Beacon Academy and how it has grown. We offer:

  • Highly committed, specialist staff who have extremely high expectations, ensuring every student can achieve their potential
  • The opportunity for all students to experience a wide variety of curriculum subjects and enrichment programmes through a themed approach curriculum.
  • A strong and effective partnership with parents to provide the necessary support for every student, as we believe the education of our young people is a shared responsibility.
  • This website provides an insight into the day to day life of our Academy, including information about key policies, our unique curriculum and our behavioural expectations.

We appreciate your support and always welcome any queries you may have, so please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Helena Hamilton - Headteacher

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As the Executive Head Teacher of London South-East Academies Trust, I am very proud of our students and young people who attend them; who we teach, guide and support so that they develop the knowledge, skills, emotional and social maturity to make thoughtful decisions and become purposeful young adults.

We are able to deliver this through a broad and balanced curriculum delivered by dedicated specialist teachers and support staff who provide an educational experience that enriches the lives of our young people.

By focusing on academic, social and emotional well being, we improve our students' life chances and provide the necessary guidance and support to allow them to follow appropriate pathways into further education and/or employment so they become good, moral citizens.

Neil Miller - Executive Head Teacher and Deputy CEO London South East Academies Trust

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