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16/10/18

Our students enjoyed helping out with , while wearing their t-shirts with pride https://t.co/I34AaMl0xM

16/10/18

It was a pleasure to help out

16/10/18

Try your hand at our other math's tutor programme challenges this week. https://t.co/RLmPX31r5O

16/10/18

This weeks group read item is about the news item surrounding judges that are in line for a £60k pay rise. Students will be asked to summarise the main points of the article and discuss their thoughts in groups. https://t.co/A1pvhJg325

16/10/18

Y11 Mock exams are coming up after the half term, so don't forget to put into practice your NNJR revision techniques.

15/10/18

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Online challenges and peer pressure - advice for parents and carers to help start a conversation with young people about the risks associated with online challenges. https://t.co/5YhjGyYdUu

15/10/18

Reflections this week is looking at the use of stereotypes and how this effects peoples perception in regards to the workforce and other areas. https://t.co/AwGPN5bXC2

15/10/18

673 is the countdown target for this week. You can use: 75 8 2 3 8 6. Is there more than one solution? https://t.co/VslTiC6kEM

15/10/18

Word of the week is abridge. Think of the different ways this word can be used in your lessons this week. https://t.co/vsD91bhvEM

15/10/18

This week 'Must Read' book is Dracula. Famous for introducing the character of the vampire Count Dracula, the novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England, so he may find new blood and spread the undead curse. https://t.co/di4pjqepGI

15/10/18

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Join us for our Sixth Form Open Evening - 22 November 2018 https://t.co/C1WTdnse3H

15/10/18

A polite reminder that the half term break starts next week. Students will break up on Friday 19 October at the standard time of 2:50pm and return for 8:25am on Monday 5th November.

12/10/18

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Engineers! Employers! We'd love you to share information about your jobs during . Download our Social Media Templates and then post your images on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram between 5-9 November! Remember the hashtag! https://t.co/KCOYx2EKMM

12/10/18

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

Our A Level Dance students have been experimenting with lifts on their quartet https://t.co/o1M2BmEhRs

12/10/18

Some excellent homework produced by one of our Y9 students for Geography https://t.co/iRRqIMYJS0

12/10/18

Y7 students had talks on road safety and democracy, while Y8 students delved into Shakespeare, construction and costume settings.

12/10/18

Y9 students also explored human rights, where they came from and how they work in practice.

12/10/18

As part of thematic day today, Y9 students delved into the world of values. Students presented to their peers, what they thought British Values were and what it means to be British. https://t.co/zsM1CXD8lb

12/10/18

HGABR students that want to learn more about the industry of technology have been invited to attend an event being held by one of the governors called Colour Code. Taking place in the October half term, students will get the opportunity to get hands-on with training sessions. https://t.co/cXfW1iEq8r

10/10/18

Reflections this week is about the use and abuse of plastics within today's society and what people are doing to combat its effect on wildlife. What can you do to help reduce the plastic footprint? https://t.co/ZREXzj1wnY

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Welcome from the Principal

I am delighted to welcome you to the Harris Girls Academy Bromley website. We are a small, successful Academy in New Beckenham that has recently been judged outstanding in every category by Ofsted. The Progress 8 figure for 2017 is 1.09 and our average grade at A-Level is a grade B. This means that we are now, the most successful school in the borough of Bromley and within the top 1% of schools in the country for progress.

Mr David Astin - Executive Principal

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