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Thursday, March 1, 2018
Harris Academy

The bad weather has closed huge numbers of schools in Bromley today, Thursday.

Work is to finally get started on the new Eden Park High School in Beckenham.

Bromley Council

A Bromley mum is on mission to level the playing field for primary school children by building public speaking.

Prince

A boys’ college is appealing for particular type of student to fill its classrooms – girls.

Orpington MP Jo Johnson visited Manor Oak Primary School in Sweeps Lane, St Mary Cray, on Friday, December 15 to hear about the future plans of some of the students.

Jo Johnson

Bromley Council has rejected plans to build a 10-storey academy near a busy intersection, to the delight of a nearby community group.

Peter Fortune

A Bromley south residents group are protesting an application to create a 10-storey academy near a busy intersection which councillors will decide on next week.

Bromley council

Proud families and teachers packed out an awards ceremony to cheer on 150 young people nominated for charity prizes.

Kathy Bance

The Orpington grammar school is currently subject to a council investigation

Bromley council

The Olympians’ latest initiative launched at City Hall on Wednesday

Sam Parrett

The school gained widespread attention in the summer for removing students midway through their A-levels

Bromley Council

The facilities will be available on evenings, weekends and during school holidays

David Bowie

The school is one of 33 nationally to achieve a top score for pupil progress

Newstead Wood School

Eden Park High School took its first cohort of Year 7s in September

Bromley council

Bromley Trust Academy takes in youngsters who have been, or are at risk of being, excluded

Sam Parrett

Planning councillors had been expected to throw the proposal out for a second time

Bromley council

Year 7 pupils are currently in temporary classrooms at The Ravensbourne School

Ravensbourne School

A decision will made at the development control board meeting tonight

Bullers Wood School for Boys

Pupils showed the Tory MP the school’s new allotment garden

Jo Johnson

He said the resignation “is not related to recent concerns”

St Olave's Grammar School

Bromley council says it is “fully committed” to meeting demand

Bromley council

We will be updating this page throughout the day

European Union

Stephen Howlett went to a further education college himself, before going to university

Sam Parrett

Bristol Street Motors Ford is on the look-out for school leavers

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