Senior School

We aim for the Admissions process to be a straightforward one for parents and an exciting and enjoyable one for prospective pupils.

The Senior School is a four form entry so, although more than 40% of pupils come from our two form Junior School, the majority of girls entering the Senior School are new girls joining us from a wide range of feeder prep and primary schools.

All applicants are invited to interview with the Headmistress or one of the Deputy Headteachers in the Autumn Term. This interview is an opportunity to learn more about your daughter, her academic interests and talents, and is not a formal part of the academic selection process.

The Entrance Examination will consist of tests which are non subject specific and which test a pupil’s academic potential. They cover verbal, non-verbal, spatial and quantitative reasoning skills. Alongside these standardised tests, girls sit a short creative writing paper and a brief mathematics extension exercise.

During the morning your daughter will also be involved in some team and problem-solving activities and will be provided with light refreshments. If your daughter has any special requirement or health concerns, kindly contact the Admissions Registrar.

All girls are interviewed (accompanied by their parents) by the Headmistress or one of the Deputy Heads. The purpose of this interview is to get to know each girl as an individual, to understand her ambitions and enthusiasms and to gain an appreciation of what she might contribute to life at Bromley High School.

We operate a waiting list in other year groups please contact Mrs Lisa Clarke, Admissions Registrar,  for further details 020 8781 7066 or