Aims of the project
The aim is to engage students in STEM projects and to develop skills in robotics.
The Head of Bonus Pastor identified the need to collaborate on an academic project with younger stusents. We have admitted several Bonus Pastor students on Scholarships into the Bromley High Sixth Form.
We hope that Bonus Pastor students will enter national VEX robotics competitions. Both groups of students will benefit from working collaboratively. If the project is a success, we will extend it to other local schools.
Background and goals
We were collaborating with Bonus Pastor to enable able girls to enjoy a selective Sixth Form education which would enable them to apply for highly selective university courses. This project grew from a desire to create a STEM project which would engage pupils from both schools.
The robotics project began this year.
A significant grant has been made by HSBC to fund the purchase of Robotics equipment and training. Two teachers and facilities at Bromley High School are engaged in the project.
Funding has been provided by Bromley High School and HSBC through the Girls' Day School Trust.
The progress of the students in the national VEX competition.
A group of Y8 pupils will be involved with support from Sixth Formers (including our Sixth Form scholars from Bonus Pastor who will act as STEM role models.)
Frequency and duration
An ongoing collaboration.