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Welcome to Bromley Beacon Academy Key Stage 5 Sixth Form

The Heads of Sixth form are:

Rachel Pryce rThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Michelle Graydon This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Form Tutors are:

Stacie Killgallon sThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kayleigh Campbell This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Alex Potopaev This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sixth Form School Priorities 2023/24

  • To further enhance and embed the BSG curriculum to ensure a consistently demanding curriculum goals are met.
  • Pupil attendance and punctuality continue to improve overtime ensuring that their attitudes to education remain positive.


Our intent is to equip and prepare all our students for adult life so that they can lead full and productive lives as members of their own and the wider community.


We will:

  • Provide a stimulating learning environment, where all students can access a broad curriculum, designed to educate, stimulate and challenge.
  • Creating a safe and respectful environment where diversity is valued and all students have an opportunity to realise their own unique potential.
  • Providing the highest quality of teaching and learning, through a skilled and appropriately trained and dedicated staff team.
  • All students will access a range of accredited courses which will increase learning opportunities and raise achievements.
  • Provide a service of support and guidance for all our students through a caring and nurturing community.
  • Preparing our students for adult life by taking part in Non-Qualification Activities and Work Experience.
  • Working in partnership with students, their families, professionals and local authorities, to ensure our learners are equipped to take their next steps into education, employment or training.


Our students have a clear pathway to higher education, employment or further training at the end of Year 13. They gain a high-quality education with qualification and skills to enable them to access paid employment, so our NEET (Not in Education, Employment and Training) figures remain low.

The sixth form curriculum follows and bronze/silver/gold sequence which provides a clear pathway over the two-years. Students complete the objectives within each component so they can track their progress and what their next steps are. Sixth form's aims are for all students to aim to graduate with gold honours and to be fully prepared for their next steps into the community.

The learners leave with high expectations for themselves and each other and respect for diversity, ambition and society and their school experiences prepare them for paid employment, how to behave in the outside world, their role in society and how they are a part of the local community.

Subjects that are studied at KS5:




Up to A-Level - Edexcel


Level 2 - NCFE and level 3 - Pearson

ICT Functional Skills

Level 1 - NCFE


Level 2 - LIBF

Food Tech

Level 2 - Pearsons


Level  2 - City and Guilds

Motorbike mechanics

Level 2 - City and Guilds


Level 1 - City and Guilds


Level 2 and level 3 - NCFE

Leadership and Management

Level 2 and level 3 - CMI


GCSE and level 2 Functional skills - Pearsons


GCSE and level 2 Functional skills - Pearsons

Employability Skills

Level 2 award - NCFE

Hair and Beauty

Level 1 (up to six awards) - AQA Awards
*Students will study GCSE if they achieve Grade 3 in Year 11 and will study FS2 if they achieve a Grade 2 or less or FS1 in Year 11
Work Experience:
Students within the sixth form at BBAB have the opportunity to take part in work experience. This program is designed to support student in achieving a range of skills required for their working life. This program involves taking part in regular placements to build on employability skills which could lead on to full time employment at the end of the internship.
Applying for our sixth form
The application process for all non BBA students is the same for all other students and can be found in the parent – new admissions section of this website.
Students currently studying in Yr11 will be asked to apply to the 6th from should they decide to attend in yr12. A timetable of application and interview will be sent to parents via letter in the spring term.
16 – 19 Bursary
All 6th form students are entitled to a small bursary payment on a monthly basis.
The key objective of the 16 to 19 Bursary is to provide financial support to our students aged between 16 to 19 (must be under 19 on 31st August of the academic year they start course) who face financial barriers that may well stop them accessing education.
Please see policy for full details.
Dress Code
Students are not expected to wear school uniform however clothing must be practical for the subject areas that the students are studying. If the clothing is deemed totally unsuitable then students will be sent home to change into something more appropriate.
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