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. As well as learning the history of today, students marked the Holocaust Memorial Day in tutor time with a reading of Charles N. Whittaker's poem, Auschwitz.


Three of our Y7 students have been practicing their hand movements as part of researching Indian Dance moves this term. Check out their moves.


Year 7 have been learning about hand gestures within dance, researching specifically hand gestures in Bollywood dance. Here are some amazing works by Isabelle; one sketched and annotated diagram and the other created through Clip Studio Paint. Well done Isabelle - Mrs Abbott


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Another Y9 student practicing her movements.


Check out these movements from one of our Y9 Street Company dance students


This weeks career highlight came from a student request, from a Y10 student. If you have suggestions or requests on different careers, email Mrs Barling at


This week is promoting the career path of a Lawyer. Read our slides and follow the link for more about this career. See also the link for an option on Legal Apprenticeships. Lawyer: Legal Apprentice:


Young Poets Competition 2021. Open to ages 5 through to 21. Deadline - 5 March 2021 5:30pm For more information, click the following link:


Don't forget about the upcoming free workshops available. First one is today! Email if you wish to register.


This weeks must reads are a selection of books in recognition of the Holocaust Memorial Day - 27 January. For more information on Holocaust Memorial Day click on this link:


Year 7 Belmonda had to research different hand gestures for Bollywood dancing and name the gesture. She also drew a symmetrical Bollywood group tableau after learning about the difference between Symmetrical and Asymmetrical.


Just updated! See our news article for the two latest dance rehearsals video's from both our Contemporary and Street Dance groups.


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This week is promoting the career path of a Magazine Journalist. Read our slides and follow the link for more about this career.


This weeks must read is in recognition of Lewis Carrol's birthday later this month. A world of fantasy and escapism, full of wonderfully eccentric characters that follow the logic of the illogical. Read free online:


Free workshops by authors! Top Young Adult authors will be discussing their latest novel, reading extracts and taking part in Q&A sessions. You can join free - just email your tutor or Ms Fortmann, to register a place.


Lego figure by Emma in 8C. Students had to keep the fundamentals of the Lego figure the same, but were free to design their own characters.


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Welcome from the Executive Principal & the Head of Academy


We am delighted to welcome you to the Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley website. We are a highly successful ‘outstanding’ Academy in New Beckenham with girls only in Key Stage 3 and 4 and boys joining us in the Sixth Form. Our state of the art facilities are new and reflect our approach to learning which combines the very best of traditional and modern approaches. For us, students should learn as many different subjects as possible; the curriculum is rich with subjects such as Latin, Classics, Mandarin as well as Art, DT, Textiles, Drama, Music, PE, Maths, English and Science.  

Our examination results are amongst the best in the borough and the country. In 2019, Progress 8 was +0.72, 81% of the girls achieved a pass in English and Maths at GCSE and 47% of the girls achieved the challenging Ebacc (English, Maths, Science, Humanities and Modern Languages) These figures are all well above the national and borough averages.

However, whilst we are very proud of the girls’ achievements, we are proudest of all of the relationships that develop between the girls (and boys in Sixth Form) and their teachers. The teachers at Harris Girls Academy Bromley, will always go the extra mile to ensure that every child achieves beyond what they would expect. Our motto, All Can: We Will summarises that whilst many ‘can’ achieve the remarkable we ‘will.’

If you would like to come and see us in action, we would love to welcome you to one of our open events and we ask that if possible, you come to the ones that happen during the normal Academy day.

Mr David HAO   148Astin

Executive Principal

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Mr Sam Rigby

Head of Academy