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23/01/18

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Ms Gavin showing our girls a practical session on neutralisation https://t.co/HVilMRqDco

23/01/18

: Parent Forum Group meeting - 6 February 2018, 6.15-7.15pm https://t.co/Rcdw7f2dgo

23/01/18

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New from The Big Bang Fair using nano technology, an exhibition of photographs so small they can't be seen by the naked eye! https://t.co/mDwd828GLx

23/01/18

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Take a look at our free films for - the films focus on healthy online relationships and digital wellbeing. https://t.co/YSVqDUMREC

23/01/18

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Students in 6Form are discussing body language and non-verbal communication. Why is body language important? 1 of 4 https://t.co/ZDrc8Sfe2k

23/01/18

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During tutor time this week, students will listen to the amazing story of Amy Purdy via her Ted Talk on 'Living Beyond Limits'. https://t.co/camOhlFjCR

23/01/18

HGABR Book Fair is here from 26 January to 31 January (inclusive). Students will get a chance to look at what's on offer during the day from Friday onwards. Don't forget to enter the completion! https://t.co/J8WfjVKEtx

23/01/18

Try your hand at our countdown numeracy challenge today! Can you match 758? For those with a love for math's, try to work out the missing numbers on image 3. https://t.co/NkWTcdHvGD

22/01/18

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6th Form students current affairs topic this week is all about the Carillion collapse. Students will also discuss the renewed debate about privatization or nationalization. https://t.co/PJciFkZmBv

22/01/18

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22/01/18

Word of the week is lithe. Don't forget to continue to use the word of the week in lessons! https://t.co/1lHiuFL13D

21/01/18

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21/01/18

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Phenomenal work from our senior robotics team once again. Congrats to them, and thanks to for hosting the competition! https://t.co/BdtJxRYRYU

19/01/18

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Our Tariff calculator will help you work out how many Tariff points you have! https://t.co/lRLL9U8ajI https://t.co/Hxp71j1o91

19/01/18

With students due to have internal and external exams over the course of the next few months, this weeks tutor programme is discussing when the best time to revise is. https://t.co/IveE90VTOk

18/01/18

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18/01/18

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If you're waiting for uni decisions, here are three things you can do to make the most of your time! https://t.co/YNdYcFv14S

18/01/18

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95 students from & starting a fantastic day of film and Chinese cultural learning today !! looking forward to a fun day!

18/01/18

: Y9 Parents/Carers Evening is 1 February 2018, 4.30-7.00pm https://t.co/rYoMmO4JCr

17/01/18

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Harris Academies
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Posted on January 3rd 2018

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley receives 'outstanding' Ofsted rating

The academy in New Beckenham, which recently took students to visit NASA, has received the highest possible Ofsted rating.

Harris Girls Academy in Bromley received an ‘outstanding’ rating across every single category in a recent Ofsted inspection.

In their report, inspectors praised every aspect of the Harris academy’s performance including its leadership and management, achievement of pupils and the quality of teaching:

“Pupils of all abilities make remarkable progress and achieve very high results across a wide range of subjects”;

“The excellent quality of teaching, learning and assessment through-out the school is a significant strength”;

“Teachers are knowledgeable and enthusiastic. They inspire and sustain a love of learning in their pupil.  Teachers have an absolute faith in the ability of their pupils to success and give their time generously to ensure that happens”;

“Disadvantaged pupils make exceptional progress during their time at the school. Their rates of progress are much higher than other pupils nationally with the same starting points”;

“Pupils’ personal development is outstanding. They are well informed about risks and how to keep themselves safe. The welfare of pupils is a high priority. Those who need it receive effective support”;

“Pupil conduct is outstanding. They are polite and respectful, and in lessons focus with enthusiasm on their learning”;

“Pupils reported overwhelmingly that they feel safe in school. They feel cared for and confident that they have someone to talk to if they have a problem”;

“Students achieve exceptionally well in the sixth form […] sixth formers are exemplary role models to younger pupils.”

David Astin, Principal of Harris Girls Academy Bromley said:

It has been an incredible year for the academy and I am so proud of what we have achieved at Harris Girls Academy Bromley. Our 2017 results placed us as the top school in the Borough and within the top 1% of schools nationally for pupil progress so recognition from Ofsted that the education our students receive is ‘outstanding’ is the icing on the cake.

“This Ofsted report is further evidence that our girls receive a brilliant, all round education that supports them to achieve their personal best – no matter what their starting point.

“This ‘outstanding’ rating recognises the diligence and hard work of our students, staff, parents and governors and I would like to thank them – and the Harris Federation – for their continued support. 

“We look forward to continuing to provide an exceptional education for local families in Bromley for years to come.”