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Retweeted HGABR Sixth Form (): This weeks Ted talk video is by Josh Kaufman and 'how to learn...


Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

This weeks Ted talk video is by Josh Kaufman and 'how to learn anything'.


Retweeted HGABR Sixth Form (): This weeks current affairs is a debate on whether the government should...


Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

This weeks current affairs is a debate on whether the government should focus on privatisation or nationalisation of British industries in the future.


Welcome back! The countdown challenge this week is to reach 907 using, 9 10 75 100 5 9. Why not try some of the other challenges. Good luck!


Students return to school on 19 February 2018 - normal start of 8.25am


Try your hand at reading some of the recommended books from our Bromley 100 list - one hundred books to read before you leave.


: World Book Day is on the 1st March 2018.


Retweeted UCAS Online (): What is an EPQ and why should you do one? blogger Romana explains...


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What is an EPQ and why should you do one? blogger Romana explains all in this post


The science revision guides have been ordered and will be given out during registration, of the first week back after the half term. See you on the other side!


Students this week got the chance to vote for their 2 representatives for the Bromley Youth Council. The polling station was set up and ready for students to make their vote on Wednesday, with a guest visit from Cllr. Bance. Results to be announced soon!


Retweeted HGABR Sixth Form (): Current affairs this week is about 'Youthquake'. Is 'youthquake' a...


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Current affairs this week is about 'Youthquake'. Is 'youthquake' a myth? How do you think you will vote next time around?


Interested in legends and ancient myths? Classics Club is back at HGABR.


SaveTheDate: Y8 Options Evening. Keep an eye out for the letter home with further details


Continuing with our reflections topic, students learn to apply the filter test. Is it true? Is it good? Is it useful?


Continuing with our reflections topic, students will look at whether something is true, just because someone else says it is.


Reflections this week is about putting an end to rumours. Why do people spread rumours? How are rumours spread?


Quote of the week: "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body." Sir Richard Steele

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Posted on March 1st 2017

National Career and Apprenticeship Week

Next week is National Careers and Apprenticeship Week.

To mark this the academy will be displaying around the academy, specific posters relating to career and apprenticeship options within each department and subject.

This topic will feature in many of the lessons next week, highlighting what careers can be achieved from studying specific subjects.

Mrs Duffy the Academey's Careers Advisor is on site every Tuesday and is situated by the LRC in the New Beckenham building.

Join us...

On Wednesday 29th March 2017 between 5-7.30pm at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace for the Y11-Y13 Harris Federation Next Steps Event!

It is imperative that students start to investigate their future options at an early stage.  Their future career may include work, apprenticeships, school leaver programmes, higher and further education or a gap year. The evening has been arranged to provide information and advice to parents and your students, to help explore the options and speak to the providers directly. 

Over 60 universities, employers and career organisations from around the country will be exhibiting at the Careers Fair, which will be running throughout the evening; including a number of talks taking place alongside. Check out below the provisional list of exhibitors. 

Parents and carers are also invited as you will find it informative and very beneficial, enabling you to support your son/daughter make decisions about their future.

Please note there will be no parking on site during the evening. It is advisable to use public transport or make use of local residential roads.     

This event is for Harris students and their parents and carers only.  

Please note, to be admitted in to the event Year 11 students MUST wear their full Academy school uniform and sixth form students MUST wear their ID and lanyard.





A Star Future

Access to Music

Anglia Ruskin University

University of Brighton

 Brunel University London

University of Cambridge, Pembroke College

Canterbury Christ Church University

City University London

Durham University

University of East Anglia

University of East London

Goldsmiths, University of London

University of Greenwich

University of Kent

King's College London

Kingston University

University of Leeds

London South Bank University

Loughborough University

Newcastle University

The University of Nottingham

Oxford University, Mansfield College

Pearson College London and Escape Studio

University of Portsmouth


University of Roehampton

Royal Holloway, University of London

The University of Southampton

St George's, University of London

University of Sussex

University College London

University of the Arts London

University of Westminster

University of West London

What Uni





British Army

Chartered Institute of

Architectural Technologists

Department for Transport

Education and Employers: Inspiring the Future

EY (Ernst & Young)


Global Vision International

HMRC/Civil Service/Law Enforcement

Institute of Biomedical Science

Jaguar Landrover


JLL / Property Needs You

Laing O'Rourke

London Hairdressing Apprenticeship Academy

National Audit Office

National Careers Service

Pret A Manger


Reed Smith LLP


Absolutely Catering

Thales Group

The Challenge Network

The Institute of Civil Engineers

Transport for London

Tuckers Solicitors

UK Power Networks

White Hat

Youth Force

Next Generation Skills Academy