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20/10/17

Growth mindset continues to delve into our brains, questioning just how much of our brain we use. https://t.co/WE2TWEDSPp

19/10/17

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 https://t.co/K21Q7XUKJb

18/10/17

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PARENTS: Check out our parent information tool, full of advice to support your child apply to uni 👉 https://t.co/4ROA9hPMzv 👈

18/10/17

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

18/10/17

Reflections this week questions whether slavery still exists today and the definition of slavery. https://t.co/KE6jtkOjP5

17/10/17

Can you complete our numeracy challenges this week? Try to remember and use the key words. https://t.co/sP8ZTPgQyy

17/10/17

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. https://t.co/B1JwYzwAYC

16/10/17

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

13/10/17

HGABR tops the performance table for pupil progress in Bromley! https://t.co/hrSHUErSbA

13/10/17

Growth mindset this week is exploring the sentence of 'my brain is like a muscle that grows'. https://t.co/FWBuzM81pp

12/10/17

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New tables put as top performer in for pupil progress https://t.co/i2ASuxP92A

11/10/17

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What does being mean to you?

11/10/17

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The greatest lesson a girl can be taught? That she already has everything within her to succeed https://t.co/F8W7wjIo71

11/10/17

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Today's ! What advice would you pass on to inspire girls? https://t.co/ToNf7j7cBR

11/10/17

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Inspire future generations on International Day of the Day!! https://t.co/cyW9k1QbXE

11/10/17

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

11/10/17

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Feeling inspired by recent Political Party Conferences? Find out if a degree in politics could be for you! https://t.co/LBXdBIKsRl https://t.co/O712ACUjRN

11/10/17

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We're celebrating with as much girl-power as we can muster! Here's 16 powerful quotes from women: https://t.co/SjJK41JDJV

11/10/17

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For Year 1 learnt about the world class athlete Usain Bolt in PE. https://t.co/dRaEAUnPUt

11/10/17

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There's more than one route into when you're aged 16. https://t.co/5CFjJzIZ5v

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.

Exam Expectations

See below the Academy's and JCQ's expectations regarding exams

 

School Uniform

All students, including Year 11 students, MUST wear full school uniform when attending school for revision classes and examinations.

Any students who come to school not in uniform will be asked to go home and change. They will not be allowed on school premises.

 


Exams Equipment

Students must make sure they are properly equipped for every exam.

You should bring two black ball-pens, a pencil, eraser, sharpener and any other writing or Mathematics equipment needed to your exams.

Check with your teacher if you think you will need any specialist equipment.


Awarding Bodies

The main four awarding bodies we use for GCSE and A Level exams are AQA, Edexcel, OCR and WJEC. You can get useful information on the exams process from their websites and all will allow you to download free copies of past exam papers.

Their websites are:

Click on the links above to go directly to the Students and Parents sections.

Past Papers

When looking for past papers you should be aware that the awarding bodies refer to A Level papers as GCE - do not confuse this with GCSE which are the exams students do in Year 10 and 11. You may need to search within different GCSE date categories to find the subject you are looking for. Every subject has a course code and each paper has a component code - you will find it helpful to have this code to help you identify the correct exam papers. You will find it on your child's exam timetable under Component.


Ofqual Exams Information

OFQUAL is the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation.

Their website contains useful information for students and parents/carers on the exams process at www.ofqual.gov.uk

In particular you may find the following links useful:


Exam Regulations

There are very strict rules about public exams which are enforced by the awarding bodies. You can  download copies of the notices via the links below.