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Growth mindset continues to delve into our brains, questioning just how much of our brain we use.


Parents & carers are invited to attend an e-safety workshop, hosted at HGABR on 13 November 2017, 5-6pm. This session starts at 5pm prompt


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PARENTS: Check out our parent information tool, full of advice to support your child apply to uni 👉 👈


Quote of the week: "As the island of our knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance." By John Wheeler


Reflections this week questions whether slavery still exists today and the definition of slavery.


Can you complete our numeracy challenges this week? Try to remember and use the key words.


Word of the week is repudiate. Think of how you can use this word in your class work, to build your word of the week cards up.


Please note that the academy will finish at the normal time this Friday, for the half term


HGABR tops the performance table for pupil progress in Bromley!


Growth mindset this week is exploring the sentence of 'my brain is like a muscle that grows'.


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New tables put as top performer in for pupil progress


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What does being mean to you?


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The greatest lesson a girl can be taught? That she already has everything within her to succeed


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Today's ! What advice would you pass on to inspire girls?


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Inspire future generations on International Day of the Day!!


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What exciting career opportunities can be opened up from studying STEM subjects?


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Feeling inspired by recent Political Party Conferences? Find out if a degree in politics could be for you!


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We're celebrating with as much girl-power as we can muster! Here's 16 powerful quotes from women:


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For Year 1 learnt about the world class athlete Usain Bolt in PE.


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There's more than one route into when you're aged 16.

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Homework Timetable

Please see below Harris Girls' Academy Bromley's homework policy and guidance surrounding how the academy sets homework for each year group.


Homework is an essential part of the learning process and should be planned, marked and reviewed in the same way as classwork. Homework may take the form of preparation, consolidation or assessment and research will only be given when accompanied with details of where students can access information.

  1. AIMS
  • Meet the needs and aspirations of all students;
  • Stretch and challenge students to develop their personal potential;
  • Prepare the students for the challenges of working independently and without the close supervision of the class teacher.
  • Ensure that all students have the opportunity to engage in learning that extends and develops what they have learnt in the classroom;
  • Ensure that the teacher is able to assess what a student is able to produce without close supervision.
  • Year 7 and 8 will receive no more than one hour per week per subject;
  • Year 9 to 11 will receive no more than one and a half hours per week per subject;
  • Sixth Form students should be completing ten to fifteen hours each week.