New Year 7 Welcome Evening
Thank you to all those who attended our New Year 7 event on 11th July. Please find below the two presentations from the night:
Welcome To Our New Year 7 Students And Parents/Carers
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to all of you who have gained a place at Chislehurst School for Girls.
We are delighted that you will be joining us in September and we are already planning exciting events and activities for your daughter, as well as visiting her at her Primary School.
Important Upcoming Dates:
- New Year 7 Induction Day - Tuesday 2nd July 2019: 9 am - 2 pm (Details to follow after Easter)
- New Year 7 Parents' Evening - Thursday 11th July 2019
- Scavenger Hunt - Weds 5th June 2019
- Summer School - Weds 24th - Thurs 25th July 2019
Catch up funding information:
Welcome To Our New Year 7
Please return to the Website for regular updates and further information.
Year 7 Departure Time
We are currently working with Bromley Borough and Transport for London (TFL) to address our concerns about the over-crowding at the bus stops on Perry Street at the end of the school day.
In order to ensure the health and safety of our students outside school, we have taken the decision to continue with the early departure for Year 7 only at 2:50 p.m. each day, apart from Mondays when they have extended learning until 4:00 p.m. Once TFL and Bromley Borough have resolved these concerns, the timing of departure will be reviewed.
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind Year 7 parents that Beaverwood Road at the end of the school day is very busy and double-parking is not permitted as this is a public highway.
We would like to thank you for your support in these matters.
Mrs D Forder Mrs A Hodgson
Deputy Headteacher Assistant Headteacher
Year 5 English Transition Project
Year 5 pupils from Birkbeck Primary School, together with their teachers, came to Chislehurst School to learn some interesting and challenging English techniques throughout the day. They also enjoyed a hot snack in the dining hall. All of the students received certificates in recognition of their excellent progress and work.
Mrs S Kay
Director of Primary/Secondary Transition
Year 5 Mathematics
Year 5 pupils from Warren Road Primary School, together with their Headteacher, Mr Edmonds, came to Chislehurst School to take part in some Mathematics workshops. Mrs Bankova taught them some interesting and more advanced mathematical techniques throughout the day. They also enjoyed a hot snack in the dining hall. All of the students received certificates in recognition of their excellent progress and work. A pupil described the day as " A brain testing, fun day!"
Director of Primary/Secondary Transition
Our latest Year 7 & 8 Newsletter, as well as our latest Main School Newsletter, are now available to download from our Newsletters section.
Testimonials From Parents
Our Year 7's are now all settled in and enjoying being part of Chislehurst School for Girls. Below are some testimonials we have received from our Year 7 parents so far.
"My daughter is loving being at Chislehurst School, she has settled in well and is enjoying all of her lessons"
" Our daughter is feeling very relaxed and settled now at School, she is enjoying the wide variety of subjects and all the extracurricular activities. A big thank you to all the staff for making this transition for her an enjoyable experience"
"My daughter was worried about starting Secondary School, but after her Induction Day and Summer School experiences she couldn't wait to start at Chislehurst School. She is enjoying her lessons and has made some lovely friends. Thank you very much to everyone who has made this possible"
Open Event Survey
Our recent survey carried out on our Open Evening came back with some very positive results.
- 95% agreed our prospectus was useful and informative
- 97% agreed they were warmly welcomed by our staff and students
- 95% agreed the information they received from faculties was clear and informative
- 97% agreed our guides were able to answer any questions put to them, or direct them to someone who could.