Bromley High School is opening its new multi-million pound extension and refurbished Junior School building to staff and pupils this September.

Formally opening on September 9, the redesigned specialist teaching spaces aim to reflect the importance the school places on providing the best possible learning environment.

The girls are already benefitting from the new science lab, digital hub, light-filled art studio and design and food technology room which look onto fields and woodland.

A tree-house feature has been built into the new library, and classes will now be able maximise the use of the glass-walled collaborative learning area that leads directly onto the new courtyard.

In addition, a dance and drama Studio with panoramic views of the grounds will serve as a new performance space for both Junior and Senior girls.

Mrs Claire Dickerson, Head of Bromley High Junior School said: "With learning at the heart of all the design decision-making, our Junior School building is transformed.

"Our girls and staff are thrilled to be working in new open learning spaces with an abundance of natural light spaces which embrace the panoramic views of our extensive green and vibrant grounds, bringing the outdoors inside.

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"We recognise and value the importance of the natural world and its positive impact on wellbeing.

"When our minds are calm and we have a positive sense of self identity, we can approach learning with more clarity and energy; our girls willingly face challenge and display an intellectual curiosity."

Bromley High School recently received the Wellbeing Award for schools – developed by Optimus Education in partnership with the National Children’s Bureau.

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