Join Something Remarkable

Discover your remarkable at Bexleyheath Academy

We know that choosing a secondary school is one of the most important decisions you will make for your children and family.

At Bexleyheath Academy the relationships between the staff and students are phenomenal. Staff have high expectations, are ambitious for the students and they know them well. The rigorous focus on the child as a unique individual ensures that the lessons they receive are personalised and allow them to be actively engaged in their learning.

The students at Bexleyheath take pride in their appearance and are polite, caring and respectful towards one another. They understand that hard work, self-motivation, inquisition, ambition and resilience are essential in order for them to achieve the best qualifications possible, equipping them for a rapidly changing, highly competitive and exciting world.

Many children genuinely worry about the move to a secondary school, particularly if they have been used to a small primary school. We work closely with our local primary schools to ensure that our transition process supports this move.

We invite you to visit Bexleyheath Academy to see what we can offer your child to ensure that they make the best progress possible within our Academy. If you would like further information on joining Bexleyheath Academy as an In Year Admission then please contact Mrs Fisher by completing this online form or via email dfisher@bexleyheathacademy.org.

Local Authority Information

For all in year and late admissions please contact the admission team at:

Admission Arrangements

Academies Enterprise Trust is the admissions authority for this academy. AET Admissions Guidance is available here.

Applications for places at the academy will be made in accordance with the Local Authority’s co-ordinated admission arrangements. They will be made on the Common Application Form and administered by the the applicant’s home Local Authority.

The Academy has an agreed admission number of 330 pupils. This Academy will accordingly admit at least 330 pupils in the relevant age group each year if sufficient applications are received. The Academy will participate in the Local Authority's fair access protocol.

Please click the links below to download the admissions arrangements for the Academic Year:

Admissions Policy 2021-22

Admissions Policy 2020-21

Admissions Policy 2019-20


Below is the local authority link for admissions and also a guidance booklet to assist you in the process.

Local authority

Guide Booklet 2020-21

Gov.uk/schools-admissions