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18/09/19

This week in assembly, students will be going over safeguarding, personal safety and other key topics within this area. Students will also be reminded of the HGABR community and the importance of representing the Academy, in and around school, when in uniform and on trips. https://t.co/W1Ysh4GZUc

17/09/19

Retweetd From Marian Vian Pri Sch

Huge thanks to the representatives of that came along to our secondary transfer meeting, much appreciated. https://t.co/k1wX7FW8Pv

16/09/19

HGABR Open Mornings and Open Evening for prospective students of 2020, are coming up soon. https://t.co/T0xo6XsDna

16/09/19

Word of the week is facetious. Different year groups will also delve into different words selected from the reading books this term. https://t.co/ULGUdd68CW

15/09/19

Tents dried and repacked, ready for next season. Year 9s it is your turn, Bronze Duke of Edinburgh launching soon! https://t.co/lKSxMs3LP2

15/09/19

This weeks 'must read book' is a timeless, witty and enchanting novel about growing up. https://t.co/XmcertVbaF

14/09/19

Silver D of E teams have made it to the finish at Birling Gap. We will be arriving back at school at 7pm. Well done all! https://t.co/OWQi2o6yFq

14/09/19

Perfect spot for some lunch! https://t.co/K6EpDamdR5

14/09/19

Beautiful weather for day 3 of Silver Duke of Edinburgh! https://t.co/D1F50yFcrw

13/09/19

Team 1 coming over the hill! Another tough day almost over, both teams walking the furthest they have so far on Duke of Edinburgh, well done!! https://t.co/3td6iYoNhQ

13/09/19

After a tough day and doing some navigating in the dark the girls successfully completed day 1 and got to celebrate with some birthday cake! https://t.co/USZ4JO6QqI

13/09/19

Retweetd From HarrisBromleyY7

Date reminder: Y7 Parents' Information Evening - Thursday 19th September. Letter to go home today. https://t.co/1ze82uN1Lu https://t.co/d4CmFpMYK3

13/09/19

Our library has copies of the 2019 CILIP Carnegie shortlist. Students can pop in and borrow from Monday! https://t.co/3fCKTIT6x4

12/09/19

Silver Duke of Edinburgh Assessed Expedtion is underway! https://t.co/IKJoxnCaEq

10/09/19

Our enrichment offer for this term is out! https://t.co/se7IGaspOK Letters will go home today for students to sign up.

09/09/19

The assembly this week is very much part of the schools motto, All Can: We Will. A poem by Rudyard Kipling, published in 1895, written in the form of the author given advise to his son. https://t.co/jtpu8r2s4h

09/09/19

Word of the week is back! This weeks word is obdurate. Students will also be exploring extracts in tutor time from both fictional and non-fiction texts, to explore new words and what they mean. https://t.co/lPwAkn63pH

06/09/19

RAD Auditions are coming up! https://t.co/BrmnoaIs1H

06/09/19

Parent and carers: Have you recently moved or changed your telephone number? Then please email us your new details on info.org.uk

05/09/19

A big thank you and congratulations to Lydia in Year 7, who was a winner of the the Jack Petchey Award. She donated the funds to buy new books for the schools library. https://t.co/FMvbnq6RQJ

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Posted on June 29th 2019

Most Creative Winner at the Floral Fest

 

The Bromley Floral Fest is held every year and is organized by Your Bromley with the support of Coolings Garden Centre.

This year 58 different schools took part in the gardening competition and the colourful work of students will be on show until July 5.

An organizing spokeswoman told News Shopper: "A huge congratulations to all our winners and to everyone who took part.

Our Entry:

The planter represents our school allotment.

You will find examples of herbs, vegetable plants and flowers we grow in our allotment. We use some of the produce in our Food Technology Club.

The arch made out of plastic bottles symbolises the greenhouse we are in the process of building.

The enamelled cockerel stands for all our poultry.

We wanted to create an environmentally, bee and butterfly friendly habitat and so remind everybody how important it is to care for our nature.

Read the News Shopper article here. Click me.