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Year 7 had a very special assembly marking 150 days of secondary school. We celebrated everything they have achieved and looked forward to Year 8 and beyond. We are so proud of the way this amazing group of girls have become part of the HGABR community


Year 7 had a very special assembly marking 150 days of secondary school. We celebrated everything they have achieved and looked forward to Year 8 and beyond. We are so proud of the way this amazing group of girls have become part of the HGABR community


The Beckenham school where girls have 'exceptional' character and exam results



We are so proud of our Year 7 student, Isabelle, who recently came 2nd in the short film competition! She was up against peers much older than her in the 11-16 category and the judges praised her use of mixed media and creativity! 👏🎬🏆


Today we are celebrating our phenomenal Yr7 student Jada, who won SILVER in the 50m butterfly at the London Swimming Champions Event This makes her the 2nd fastest 12yr old in the whole London region! You are amazing Jada!


Some of our incredible Year 13s who are working hard for their A-Levels this week: Emilia, Kiki and Tyla have respective offers from Trinity Hall Cambridge to read English, Homerton College Cambridge to read History and French and University of Birmingham to read Medicine ⭐️🌟✨


📢Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley continues to be OUTSTANDING! We are delighted to report that following our inspection in March, Ofsted have concluded that Harris Girls Academy Bromley “continues to be an outstanding school” 📢


Good luck to our exceptional Year 11 students who start their GCSEs today. Their composure, commitment and hard work to this point has been incredible. Your teachers and the whole HGABR community are so proud of you already!


Our fantastic year 7 and 8 students who won 19 Bronze, 6 Silver and 3 Golds in the recent UKMT Challenge


Brand new tennis club started after school today at HGABR! 🎾🎾 what a beautiful day to play Tennis


📚 The HGABR Bookfair is officially open ! Find the latest and greatest that publishers have to offer here in your school library


📚 Hi-tech guitars and paperback books - the HGABR library rocks! 📚🤘🎸


📚 Starting this Friday, there is a Book Fair in the HGABR library! From the 3-8 May, classes will be given the opportunity to browse through the hundreds of titles that Scholastic books have to offer. Discounted books will be available to buy via parent pay.


We are so excited to add this new initiative to our transition programme for incoming students!


Congratulations to all the team and Ms Jasper for all the coaching.


🏆We did it again!🏆 Federation U16 Cup Final winners for the third year running! We could not be prouder of this incredible team and their achievements


🌟 We were delighted to have Sixth formers from Harris Bromley join us for a special mentoring session with our Year 6 girls who are gearing up to join the academy next year. A fantastic start to their transition! 📚👭


We have some fantastic opportunities to join our thriving vocational department. We are expanding our Business Studies offer and would love to hear from passionate, motivated and inspiring Business Teachers. Details here:


📚This week’s table of curiosity at the HGABR library is displaying 80s tech. Literally dusted off from the school’s archive, all this equipment was used for teaching!

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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.

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Personal Development Curriculum

At Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley our CORE values are the foundations of how we develop and shape our pupils and community. 

Click HERE to download details of our Personal Development Curriculum.

Our CORE values are:

  • Commitment - We believe commitment is demonstrated through consistent and purposeful actions.
  • Optimism - We believe a positive mindset is our most valuable tool on our path to success.
  • Resilience - We believe there is no worthwhile success without challenge or failure.
  • Empathy - We believe we all have the power to positively shape the world around us.

It is our belief that instilling these attributes in our students supports their growth into becoming active, responsible and respectful citizens.

We are committed to providing our students with a varied and rich curriculum that goes beyond the expectations of the national curriculum in an environment that is inclusive, motivating whilst nurturing their talents and interests.

Pupils benefit from a strong careers programme during their time at the school." Ofsted, March 2024

Students at Key Stage 3 study both Drama and Latin and for those who opt to Mandarin; the wide breath of subjects prepares students to make choices at Key Stage 4 that are not restricted, ensuring that their curriculum remains varied and broad.

Beyond the classroom students are enriched through an abundant series of extra-curricular activities and planned CORE Days that develop, deepen and stretch their character.

Our curriculum is based on equipping our students with the knowledge and skills they need to maximise the opportunities available to them, take ownership of their responsibilities, and be physically and mentally prepared for experiences of later life.

Our Personal Development curriculum document summarises how across the academy we endeavour to achieve this. All staff see it as a shared responsibility to ensure that we go way beyond the curriculum to achieve the below:

  • To prepare students for the opportunities, responsibilities, and experiences of later life
  • Through delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum, to promote the spiritual, moral, social, and cultural (SMSC) development of pupils
  • To promote good behaviour and positive character traits, including courtesy, respect, truthfulness, courage, and generosity
  • To develop positive mental health, which allows our students to fulfil their potential at school and be well prepared for adult life. The Academy will support this through clear expectations on behaviour, well- planned provision for character, personal development and a focus on mental health awareness and education
  • To develop cultural capital, a habit of service and an enthusiasm for experiences, activities and knowledge beyond their timetabled lessons
  • To deliver an enhanced programme that enriches students’ knowledge of careers. For students to engage in broadening their horizons and shaping their futures whilst raising and nurturing ambition
  • To equip students with the necessary level of knowledge and understanding to speak confidently and honestly on topics based around healthy relationships and sexual health

Click HERE to download details of our Personal Development Curriculum.

Pupils… can explore opportunities that they wish to pursue without barriers." Ofsted, March 2024