- Our Facilities & Lettings
Now taking bookings for events in our new school hall.
Please contact our Lettings Manager.
Flanked by Bromley Golf Club and the local park, the school boasts amazing outdoor as well as indoor facilities. Our own woods and wetlands provide a natural facility to support field study and nature projects.
We have state of the art sporting facilities for competitive sports and team games, which include an all weather pitch with floodlighting, rugby pitches, tennis courts and a 4-court sports hall. We have also recently opened a new fully equipped Dance Studio.
Our extensive Art & Design facilities have access to balconies for outside work and panoramic views of the golf course. We have five bespoke DTEC workshops; including fully resourced Cad Cam and high-spec food technology rooms. The Science facilities include four wonderfully equipped laboratories plus two dedicated solely for sixth form study.
Every classroom at Bishop Justus is equipped with an interactive whiteboard connected to the computer network which continues to grow. Our five multi-purpose ICT rooms (three with the latest flip-top desks), MAC media suite, language laboratory and Sixth Form study area ensure that pupils have plenty of opportunity to use these facilities both during lessons and out of lesson-time.
In line with our specialist status in music, we have superb facilities which include recording studios, MAC music labs and a number of rehearsal and performance spaces.
Refurbished Toilet Facilities September 2022
Here at Bishop Justus we have recently refurbished the current open plan DT toilet block, we have also transformed the men and women toilet rooms by the Sports Hall into an open plan format. The new toilet layout has a universal wash trough. The toilets feature floor-to-ceiling cubicles delivering ultimate privacy in these self-contained spaces. The open plan layout has through excess to the main school and the Sports area. This fits with our plans to tackle bullying, misbehaviour and vandalism that can thrive in enclosed environments. A key feature is that they are in open and highly visible spaces where students and staff walk by on a regular basis. We were able to better utilise existing spaces to include additional cubicles by removing urinals from the men washrooms.