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25/04/18

The upcoming movie night on 30th April, is a showing of Avatar. The screening starts at 3pm in the Main Hall - sign up sheet is outside Science 7 https://t.co/6ZKF9jfEu6

25/04/18

These have been planted all around the school by our allotment club and Science Techs. So excited for next year https://t.co/om4rZgYnHx

25/04/18

An amazing performance from our girls at the RAD Borough Spring Sharing's on Monday. Click the link for the video https://t.co/caSLCghrZl https://t.co/ebXAXJYo3X

24/04/18

Well done to Saviola Y9, who won last weeks Maths Puzzle.

23/04/18

Although we will be hosting the local elections on 3rd May 2018, the Academy will be open as normal. https://t.co/trGfRkamSE

23/04/18

Want to go on the next trip? Letters can be collected from reception for those wanting to sign up. But you had better be quick. https://t.co/TEXvR89C0B

23/04/18

This weeks puzzle: Last year, at the school where Gill teaches maths, 315 out of the 600 pupils were girls. This Year, the number of the pupils in the school has increased to 640. The proportion of girls is the same as it was last year. How many girls are at the school this year?

23/04/18

The Student Leadership Team's weekly reflections covers what has been going on in London and the crimes rates surpassing that of New York. https://t.co/grvrI5j2Nl

23/04/18

Word of the Week is baleful. What other sentences can you incorporate the word 'baleful' into this week? https://t.co/mRb7qr9cRR

23/04/18

This weeks countdown challenge is to reach 528, using 100 50 5 8 9 6. How close can you get? Try your hand at our block puzzle. How many blocks do you think were used? https://t.co/l6hVNLbyRr

23/04/18

Retweetd From Harris Bromley

...to planning and preparing. https://t.co/9Wy6zOTfwk

23/04/18

Retweetd From Harris Bromley

...to recognising how time management is the key to success... https://t.co/RZ26BLvhSG

23/04/18

Retweeted HGABR Sixth Form (): Our 6F students will be covering how to develop good study habits during tutor time this week. From understanding the correct climate for learning... https://t.co/CTp4XCWqUh

23/04/18

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Our 6F students will be covering how to develop good study habits during tutor time this week. From understanding the correct climate for learning... https://t.co/dALXiJew7u

23/04/18

...to planning and preparing. https://t.co/9Wy6zOTfwk

23/04/18

...to recognising how time management is the key to success... https://t.co/RZ26BLvhSG

20/04/18

Our latest Insight magazine has been published on our website. https://t.co/Kseffl7LYk https://t.co/8eqZfI1LSh

20/04/18

This weeks growth mindset looks back at the points in our lives where we didn't succeed at something the first time and how we overcame them. First. Attempt. In. Learning https://t.co/recRPbcQtW

20/04/18

Retweeted The Return Hub (): 7 practical ways parents can inspire girls to get into STEM - shares useful tips from https://t.co/kfOZSAr4cb

20/04/18

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7 practical ways parents can inspire girls to get into STEM - shares useful tips from https://t.co/msTEK2CubN

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Posted on April 21st 2017

Lunch at the Rotary Club

Being invited for lunch at the Rotary Club is an honour and opportunity one cannot reject. I was given the chance to discuss my studies, aspirations and career prospects in an elite club with highly experienced Rotarians. Nurgul and I made our way to Chislehurst Golf Club where we were greeted by honorary members who welcomed us with the greatest respect, which made us feel very comfortable. We used this opportunity to interact with other members and students from nearby Bromley County Schools; Hayes and Buller’s Wood.

Lunch was served promptly at 1.00 pm and my small speech was getting closer by the minute. However, as I entered the dining hall, the art and history elevated my inspiration to express myself in the best way I could. The encouragement and support from the fellow Rotarians made me feel comfortable to speak about my relationship with the school and my ambition to pursue Psychology on a deeper level at University. At the same time using this opportunity to express the importance of mental health and how it can drastically change the lives of students. The key trend I found in the students who eloquently gave their speeches, was how we all shared a common interest in helping others whether that be joining charities or taking on leadership roles in a school environment. This was something that stood well with the Rotarians and is a key part of their International Club.

We were then greeted by Chief Councillor of Bromley who showed a keen interest in each of the students taking part. He raised our issues further when giving his speech where he summarised each of our talks in his own words and desired to raise these points in the future. We also had the chance to talk to him further and discuss the issues in an informal manner, which again made me feel at ease.

Overall, Nurgul and I are truly grateful for this opportunity as we were given the chance to talk and meet with highly experienced professionals who show a keen interest in the future of our lives. In addition, I am honoured to represent Harris Girl’s Academy Bromley in a positive light where young girls are ambitious for their goals and express themselves, to inspire others.

By Ammarah - Year 13