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21/03/19

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

Some amazing Y12 revision wheels being created here in Business Studies. https://t.co/rFzERIRNfu

21/03/19

Creating the piece herself, the dance shows an internal conflict. https://t.co/70bC1i9jHv

21/03/19

A little snippet from a beautiful solo piece by a Y11 student. https://t.co/kChrorGCS0

20/03/19

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Are you looking for a Coordinator of Sixth Form role? Apply now https://t.co/SoZOE847ij https://t.co/yNeTjGzhn8

20/03/19

Countdown numbers game this week is to reach 158 using 7 2 2 9 4 4. Check out the other challenges and see how close you can get. https://t.co/tB6zS7OnTv

20/03/19

Quote of the week: “It is motive alone that gives character to the actions of men.” By Jean de la Bruyere

19/03/19

Check out this weeks Must Read book - Stargazing for Beginner. https://t.co/VezyRWfMAm

19/03/19

This weeks current topics for discussion in tutor time focuses on two educational topics. The two recent stories to hit the news surrounding the admissions scandal in the USA and the repercussions on students since the maintenance grant was abolished. https://t.co/G7TCdlfXLL

19/03/19

This weeks Word of the Week is surreptitious. This word can be collected from the yellow faculty. https://t.co/RiKWc5Lj8j

18/03/19

This weeks focus in assemblies is a reflection on last weeks celebrated . Students will explore literacy around the world & how books teach us about the relationships between literacy, economics, morality & many other areas. https://t.co/oMuoV42q8o

18/03/19

Where does the sky start? If our skin cells renew every seven years, what makes you the same person as you were 7 years ago? Is it better play well and lose or play badly and win? Do we have free will? If I borrow a million pounds, am I a millionaire?

18/03/19

This weeks reflections programme has students talking about what a 'thunk' is. Students will explore a series of everyday statements and questions that help you to look at the world in a whole new light.

17/03/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Thank you to our Governors for giving up your precious time to attend today’s conference. Thanks also to Colleagues that ran the sessions & to for the keynote. We appreciate you all https://t.co/zUw6lTOZrb

15/03/19

Retweetd From Science at HGABR

Some amazing Pi bakes from the girls at HGABR https://t.co/5vG3zOUe3m

14/03/19

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It's great to catch up with some of our &Classics today at Spelling-bee! https://t.co/OAPR2kaXYK

14/03/19

Retweetd From Step into Dance

Huge congratulations to who won the final this week! We're mega proud of you & all the other Step into Dance schools that took part & St Angela's! https://t.co/bsNOZHSbmX

13/03/19

Countdown this week is to reach the total of 188, using 1 7 6 3 3 25. A special well done goes to Kim in 8B1, who correctly answered last weeks math's puzzle. https://t.co/fmgmCdAjEZ

13/03/19

Quote of the week: "I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do." By Leonardo da Vinci

13/03/19

are with our students today in a workshop about the production The American Clock, which the group are going to see tomorrow. https://t.co/zdevMiuHUF

13/03/19

The Bromley Senior Company performed at for the , as they got first place in the first round of London Youth Games and were representing Bromley There was so much passion from the HGABR dancers as they performed their 'Coven of Witches' piece https://t.co/4X3xzFGj63

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Exam Results

GCSE success at Harris Girls' Academy Bromley

Summer 2018

Students and staff at Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley are celebrating a fantastic set of results.

In summary:

  • Nearly four fifths (79%) of students achieved GCSEs in English and maths.
  • 48% of students achieved the demanding English Baccalaureate. 

    Under the new system, passes are marked on a scale of Grade 9 (equivalent to an A**) to Grade 4 (equivalent to a C):

  • 93% of students achieved a Grade 4 or above in English.
  • 15 students achieved the new ‘super’ Grade 9 (equivalent to an A**) in English and 10 in Maths.

The validated Progress 8 is +0.71 – validated data is published in January 2019.

More detail is below (based on validated data published in January 2019)

 

 

Average Attainment 8 score per pupil

5.4

Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils

0.78

% achieving a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

48%

% achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate * (grade 4 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

35%

% achieving a strong pass in the English and maths (grade 5 or above)

59%

% achieving a standard pass in the English and maths (grade 4 or above)

78%

 

(* 65% of the cohort were entered in for EBacc)

 

Subject results:

Art & Design

-0.14

BTEC Music

0.85

BTEC Sports

1.61

Business Studies

0.20

Dance

0.97

Drama

0.55

D&T Textiles

-0.03

English as a Second Language

0.21

English Language

0.66

English Literature

1.14

French

0.24

Geography

0.20

Health and Social Care

0.23

History

0.13

IT User Skills, Level 2 Certificate

-0.36

Mathematics

0.64

NCFE Cert in Health and Fitness

0.19

Science Trilogy (Combined)

0.61

Spanish

0.50

 

A Level Breakdown Summer 2018

A Levels 

2017

National 2017

2018

National 2018

Number of students who studied  A Levels 

48

 

49

 

A Level Average Grade 

B-

C+

C-

0

A Level Best 3 average Grade 

B-

C+

C

 

Progress 

0.27

0

   

  

 

 

   

Applied Generals 

 

 

   

Number of students who studied  Applied Generals 

29

 

35

 

Average Grade 

Dis*-

Dis

Dis-

0

Progress 

1.24

0

   

  

 

 

   

Tech Levels 

 

 

   

Number of students who studied  Tech Levels 

15

 

5

 

Average Grade 

Dis*-

Dis-

Merit +

Not available until April

  

 

 

   

English and Maths GCSE 

 

 

   

Number of Students English 

18

 

20

 

Progress 

0.78

-0.02

1.2

 

Number of Students Maths 

12

 

18

 

Progress 

0.42

0.00

0.5

 

  

 

 

   

Destinations 

 

 

   

Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study 

 

 

92%

 

UK HE 

79

 

70%

 

UK Top third of HE 

44

 

TBC

 

Russell Group 

23

 

16%

 

 

 

 


Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley celebrates GCSE Success

Summer 2017

 

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley - best ever GCSE and A Level results!

HGABR achieved its best ever GCSE results, with 80.4% (basics 4+) A*-C or 4 and above grades in English and Math’s, compared to 66% last year and 53.3% (5+).

The percentage of students achieving the EBacc (4+; A*-C or 4 and above in the core academic subjects) was 52% this year - up from 39% last year, against a national average of 23% in 2016.  (EBacc 5+ 43%).

7 girls achieved the new 'super grade' 9 in English with 13 grade 9's between them. 67% of those who sat Latin GCSE achieved an A/A*. 

The validated Progress 8 is +1.09 – validated data is published in January 2018.

More detail is below (based on validated data published in January 2018)

 

 

Average Attainment 8 score per pupil

55.37

Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils

+0.95

% achieving a strong pass in the English Baccalaureate (grade 5 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

43%

% achieving a standard pass in the English Baccalaureate * (grade 4 or above in English/maths & grade C unreformed subjects

52%

% achieving a strong pass in the English and maths (grade 5 or above)

54%

% achieving a standard pass in the English and maths (grade 4 or above)

80%

(* 69% of the cohort were entered in for EBacc)

 

Subject results:

Additional Science

0.99

Art & Design

0.54

Biology

0.95

Chemistry

0.44

D&T Textiles

0.52

English Language

0.76

English Literature

0.89

French

0.59

Geography

0.65

Health and Social Care

0.08

History

1.03

Latin

2.86

Mathematics

0.68

Physics

0.44

Religious Studies

0.02

Russian

4.57

Science

0.80

 

 

HGABR A Level results were also incredible, with the pass rate across all subjects at 100%; A* and A grades up 12 percentage points on last year, taking the total to 22%, and over half of students achieved A*-B grades. The average grade was a B- which is a grade higher than up from a C in 2016.

Below is a breakdown of key data for Bromley Campus Sixth Form, for 2016-17.

A Levels

2016

National 2016

2017

National 2017

Number of students who studied  A Levels

50

 

48

 

A Level Average Grade

C-

C+

B-

C+

A Level Best 3 average Grade

B-

C+

B-

C+

Progress

0

0

0.27

0

 

 

 

 

 

Applied Generals

 

 

 

 

Number of students who studied  Applied Generals

19

 

29

 

Average Grade

Dis*-

Dis

Dis*-

Dis

Progress

0.94

0

1.24

0

 

 

 

 

 

Tech Levels

 

 

 

 

Number of students who studied  Tech Levels

11

 

15

 

Average Grade

Dis*-

Dis-

Dis*-

Dis-

 

 

 

 

 

English and Maths GCSE

 

 

 

 

Number of Students English

8

 

18

 

Progress

0.25

-0.1

0.78

-0.02

Number of Students Maths

8

 

12

 

Progress

-0.125

-0.13

0.42

0.00

 

 

 

 

 

Destinations

 

 

 

 

Students staying in education or employment for at least 2 terms after 16 to 18 study

99.8%

65%

 

 

UK HE

76.1%

45%

79

 

UK Top third of HE

17%

17%

44

 

Russell Group

9.5%

11%

23

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key:

  • NA = Not applicable: figures are either not available for the year in question, or the data field is not applicable to the school or college
  • NE = No entries: the school or college did not enter any pupils or students for the qualifications covered by the measure
  • SUPP = Suppressed: Where there are 5 or fewer pupils or students covered by the measure at the school or college (10 in the case of pupil or student destinations measures), we avoid making these figures public to protect the privacy of those individuals.

     

 


Exam Certificates

Certificates can be collected from December of the year students sit their exams, upon request otherwise Harris Girls' Academy Bromley only holds uncollected exam certificates for 24 months. Please contact the Academy before coming in to collect via exams@harrisbromley.org.uk, or call 020 8778 5917.

We are unable to send certificates by post as they have to be signed for. If 24 months has elapsed you will have to contact the exam boards directly to get copies of your certificates. There is normally a charge from the exam boards for this.