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01/03/24

Planning for the 2024 Kinetic Girls Tournament has begun 🥳⚽️🏆 https://t.co/mcDdtkhV2o#KineticAcademy pic.twitter.com/WuYbGdSJoj

28/02/24

An incredible experience at the tonight with some of our Most Able cohort watching Just For One Day - the story of Live Aid. We learnt a lot about the importance of collective action to fuel change! 👊👊🏽👊🏿#bromleyexperience pic.twitter.com/WYw9LwA5XG

28/02/24

Harris Girls Academy () hosted GAU today with Mike delivering two workshops on the dangers of hate and the power of forgiveness. Here is our Founder reflecting on a productive morning session. pic.twitter.com/ubXzIsy0Vn

28/02/24

Harris Girls Academy () hosted GAU today with Mike delivering two workshops on the dangers of hate and the power of forgiveness. Here is our Founder reflecting on a productive morning session. pic.twitter.com/ubXzIsy0Vn

28/02/24

Privileged to welcome to speak with our students today. He shared his powerful story. Educating about the rejection of hate, extremism, and violence and promoting the values of unity, tolerance, and understanding.#allcanwewill pic.twitter.com/XNj1hcoPPq

27/02/24

We welcomed Patricia Underwood, Lead Archivist for the borough of Lewisham to our library yesterday to reveal the mysteries held within local archives. She also shared invaluable career advice to our budding historians & archivists pic.twitter.com/ZPYss643hv

22/02/24

🌟 We are delighted to restart our ongoing collaboration with 🎓 with their sixth formers continue to support our students in the classroom! 📚💡 A big thank you for making a difference in our community! 🤝💖 pic.twitter.com/cPJXr7OkyR

22/02/24

Welcome to our Library of Curiosities at HGABR. From the tales of Brer Rabbit to Victorian science. It's all here! Mr Clarke and our dedicated team of school librarians are here to help you find your next book pic.twitter.com/bkkCz0Y0jp

22/02/24

Read your latest copy of the 1884 paper in the HGABR Library Now! In 1884 the world was black & white, but thankfully the weekly Girl's Own Paper was full of colourful articles on the science, anatomy, and the occasional piano forte! pic.twitter.com/1b3riuw7FM

21/02/24

🌟 We are delighted to restart our ongoing collaboration with 🎓 with their sixth formers continue to support our students in the classroom! 📚💡 A big thank you for making a difference in our community! 🤝💖 pic.twitter.com/cPJXr7OkyR

20/02/24

🚨ANNOUNCEMENT🚨 Fri 22nd March is our annual Careers Fair! We are always looking for professionals to inspire our girls. If you would like to be involved and discuss your career with our students contact us on c.wright.org.uk or c.blackburn.org.uk pic.twitter.com/G1pKEfK6bh

20/02/24

HGABR is back and ready for a marvellous Spring 2! What better way to return to learning than an opportunity for our girls to hear from the amazing live via webinar from This talk was truly inspirational for our young writers! pic.twitter.com/K4lUDjLCm8

19/02/24

HGABR is back and ready for a marvellous Spring 2! What better way to return to learning than an opportunity for our girls to hear from the amazing speaking live via webinar from This talk was truly inspirational for our young writers pic.twitter.com/5rAQFUZ3ZV

12/02/24

Paris Trip 2024: We have arrived in London and our ETA back at HGABR is approximately 9pm

12/02/24

Sad to say au revoir to Paris. The group has now departed on the 18:12 Eurostar. Due to arrive into St Pancras at 19:30. Further updates provided when we have arrived in London pic.twitter.com/feriWTDPGI

12/02/24

Our final activity of Paris 2024 - a trip to the Musée du Louvre, battling the crowds to see the Grande Galerie and of course La Joconde (the Mona Lisa). A great way to sign off a truly fantastic trip pic.twitter.com/Ckbjkz3YzW

12/02/24

Let's embrace the traditions and culture that make this occasion so special!May the Year of the Dragon bring us all good fortune, health, and happiness.恭贺新禧!(Gōng hè xīn xǐ!) Happy New Year! pic.twitter.com/ImaIfN3K8b

12/02/24

Happy Chinese New Year from HGABR!All week we held a thrilling assembly to celebrate the arrival of the Year of Dragon! Students from Year 10 and Year 13 performed a dazzling Dragon Dance, sang Chinese blessings that speak of hope, and shared fun facts about Chinese New Year. pic.twitter.com/UijAKTFzAB

12/02/24

Competing with the Madrid weather as best as we can! A quick visit to see the outside of the Centre Pompidou with its unique architecture by Richard Rogers (who also designed Lloyd’s of London). pic.twitter.com/RXSbdg9rz1

12/02/24

Blue skies at the Royal Palace for our last day in Madrid ☀️#HarrisBromleyMFL pic.twitter.com/tBVvhwios9

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Exam Results and Performance

Congratulations to all Year 11 & Year 13 students on their 2023 GCSE & A-Level results at Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley. Each and every one of our students deserves to be commended.

View our Department for Education performance information. See how we compare with other schools in Bromley.

The grades achieved reflect the hard work of students at the Academy, not just over the past couple of years but throughout their time at school.

We are thrilled that so many of our Year 11 students have decided to continue their studies with us and also with the brilliant university destinations our Year 13 students are moving onto, including Warwick, Southampton and Kings' College London, to name a few. We wish all of our students the best of luck in their next steps.


GCSE results 2023

  • In 2022-23, 82% of students gained at least a Grade 4 in Maths and English and 65% gained a Grade 5 or higher.
  • 71% of students achieved the challenging and coveted EBacc qualification, which means they successfully passed in English, Maths, Science, a humanities subject and a language.
  • The Progress 8 score is +0.97

GCSE subject results

Progress 8 is a measure of the progress students have made in the time they have been at the Academy. A progress 8 score of 0 means that on average students achieved the same progress at this Academy in that subject compared to all students nationally with the same results at the end of primary school. A progress 8 score of 1 means that on average students achieved a whole grade higher than students nationally in this subject with similar KS2 results.

All Progress 8 scores are based on the DfE validated data released in Autumn of 2023.

Subject

Progress 8

Art & Design

0.69

Chinese

1.65

Citizenship

1.15

Computer Science

1.35

Dance

1.02

English Language

0.88

English Literature

1.15

French

1.32

Geography

0.95

Health Studies

1.96

History

1.21

Maths

0.69

Music Studies

0.56

Religious Studies

2.10

Combined Science

1.22

Business

2.20

Spanish

1.86

Sports Studies

2.05


A-Level and CTEC results 2023

The average grade achieved in A-Level qualifications this year at HGABR was a grade B-, and the average grade in CTEC qualifications was a Distinction.

Overall, half (50%) of all A -Level entries this year achieved A*-B grades whilst a quarter (24%) achieved the top A*-A grades. 66% of all CTEC grades were D*-D.

A particularly exceptional achievement was for Year 13 student Lanya, who achieved three A* grades and is planning on studying Dentistry after her gap year. Medical student Hamda, who achieved two A*s and one A, has secured her place at Queen Mary University of London and is overjoyed.  

Other students going on to competitive universities of choice include: 

  • Samara, who achieved one A* and two As and is going to the University of Warwick to study Law
  • Kayleigh, who achieved two As and one B and is starting the PricewaterhouseCoopers Flying Start Degree Programme in Accounting and Business with the University of Reading in September
  • Ella, who achieved one A*, one A and one B and is going to the University of Birmingham to study Geography 
  • Molly, who achieved two As and one B and is going to the University of Sheffield to study Biochemistry 
  • Rumman, who achieved one A*, one A and one B and is going to Kings’ College London to student Biomedical Science 

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 info@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.