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14/11/18

Retweetd From UCAS

Make sure your students don't miss out on a visit to your nearest UCAS Exhibition. Plan your visit now.

14/11/18

Quote of the week: "A child miseducated is a child lost.” by John F Kennedy

13/11/18

The first round of Jack Petchey nominations have been collected as students completed their nomination forms last week. For more information on the Jack Petchey Foundation, click the link. https://t.co/ETbLzVaMd5 https://t.co/4DPQZs7nFS

13/11/18

Well done to Kim in 8B1, who won last weeks weekly math's puzzle and last terms prize draw!

12/11/18

What is a growth mindset? What is a fixed mindset? Students discussed the above and looked at the difference they could make. https://t.co/JpFtw2gW0P

12/11/18

Last week students NNJR was about going back to mind maps in preparation for mock (for some years). Students were encouraged to create a mind map based on a unit learnt last term, to help them build resilience within their studies. https://t.co/WClZHCNPZJ

12/11/18

The Bromley Rotary Award was launched in assembly before the half term. This is a reminder that application forms need to be returned to Mr Sherwin by this Friday. https://t.co/StnG2MJwoA

12/11/18

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

While Y13 have been working on their UCAS applications, Y12 last week were continuing with growth mind-set with a Ted talk on the power of believing that you can improve. https://t.co/sSO0S4lrhG

12/11/18

Thank you to Safiyah for reading out the poem Flanders' Fields, as students commemorate Remembrance Day with a 2 minute silence. https://t.co/JxAjfflM0y

12/11/18

At 11.11am HGABR will hold its 2 minute silence so that students can reflect and honour Remembrance Day. https://t.co/z1Vq1N1bBj

12/11/18

Anti-Bullying week is from 12th to 16th November 2018. Students at HGABR will reflect on topics such as what respect means and what it looks like. https://t.co/4Cv6DTCAWG

12/11/18

Check out this weeks must read book, from the Bromley 100! https://t.co/J1kzB9Ej1z

12/11/18

Word of the week is underhand. Don't forget to use this word in you lessons and work, to top up those word of the week cards. https://t.co/1go06pQT4A

12/11/18

Retweetd From HarrisBromleyY7

This week, students will discuss the article found in the Guardian about half of young people facing homelessness and being denied help. Students will critique the report, breaking down its main points, issues raised and concluding with their own thoughts on the discussion https://t.co/wPDYmkJQXu

12/11/18

Retweetd From UCAS

Here are ten things you need to know about saving money at uni... https://t.co/7pzXKuETt4

12/11/18

Another Math's challenge this week is: On his 14th Birthday, Brian's Father was 41. Brian noticed that his age was the reverse of his father's age. How old will Brian be the next time his age is the reverse of his father's age?

12/11/18

Countdown this week is t reach 673, using 50 4 3 8 25 and 10. https://t.co/NGLBWE4BFh

11/11/18

This week students made poppies in preparation for Remembrance Day. HGABR will have a service at 11am on 12/11/18. Students who would like to make their own poppy at home, should bring them into school on Monday so that they can be added to the display. https://t.co/VghuV7P0lJ

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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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