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  • 12th Apr

    Mindfulness Success With Monty

    Mindfulness Success With Monty

    Earlier this year we were visited by the Chief Executive, Sue Williamson from the SSAT to look at how we were developing and shaping our new UKAT Trust.  Following this, we were invited to write an article for the national journal focussed on the health and well-being of our students, staff and the local community.  Sue Williamson was extremely impressed with the ground-breaking work that we had started at Brompton Academy, and v...
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  • 12th Apr

    Franklin Sixth Form New York Trip

    Franklin Sixth Form New York Trip

    On the 26th of February, eighteen Sixth Form students and accompanying members of staff arrived at the Academy at 5:30am to set off for a stateside adventure. The students were eager to explore the city, and with a packed itinerary, it was all go from the moment we landed. Our first stop was a trip on the subway to an NBA Basketball game at the Barclays Centre which was a fantastic experience, followed swiftly by settling into our hotel ro...
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  • 12th Apr

    Sporting Talents at Brompton Academy

    Sporting Talents at Brompton Academy

    Two students at Brompton Academy have made huge strides with their sporting development throughout this year culminating with recognition in their chosen sports.  Noah from Year 11 has recently been selected to attend Kent County Cricket Club’s first team pre-season training. Noah, a talented all- rounder, has been asked to bowl with Kent’s batsmen under the eyes of first team coach former South African Bowling legend Alan Don...
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  • 12th Apr

    World Book Day 2018

    World Book Day 2018

    It has been a very lively term in the Brompton Academy Library, with World Book Day being a real focus. Our theme for 2018 was Literary Villains and the staff fully embraced the event by dressing up as: Maleficent, Dolores Umbridge, The Grinch, Macbeth, the Queen of Hearts, the Wicked Witch of the West, Cruella De Vil and the Highway Rat! Students competed to identify the top twenty iconic villains in literature featured on bunting display...
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  • 12th Apr

    Seussical The Musical

    Seussical The Musical

    Brompton Academy Performing Arts students from Years 9 to 13 transported audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus in a fantastical musical extravaganza. Performances of this legendary Dr Seuss production were sold out on both nights, and feedback from audiences has been incredibly positive. Our students worked exceptionally well and demonstrated excellent professionalism during the show week. The performance will go towards...
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