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30/07/21

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has achieved almost 5500 MemRi goals! Congratulations! Super School 2020-21 https://t.co/yyHUf5BXMg

22/07/21

Well done to all the students in our KS3 Geography Quiz Team who tested their knowledge against the other Harris Academies last week. Sadly, not victorious but we are feeling confident the trophy will be ours next year! https://t.co/LxMJhOIJLE

22/07/21

A lovely way to bring in the Summer - a live performance of Macbeth from for all students in Years 7 - 10. https://t.co/78lEXpho6O

20/07/21

Some great pictures from our Y10 Go Ape awards outing! https://t.co/zqW9h1FJNY

20/07/21

A group photo of the Afro Beats group (in red) and Street Company group (in pink), from yesterdays summer snippets performance. https://t.co/iftP6hLLvX

19/07/21

As we get closer to the summer break, why not challenge yourself this summer by completing the Summer Bingo reading challenge. A good book and some wonderful sunshine! https://t.co/J6TuShjIZw

19/07/21

This week we will be reviewing what careers have been talked about. For next year, we want more suggestions from you. Email Mrs Barling at s.barling.org.uk with your suggestions! https://t.co/S1jMMhlFOE

19/07/21

Last weeks must read was for those who like a good mystery. A Victorian melodrama about a teenager fighting against the hypocrisy and female repression of the era. https://t.co/45VcaZnXjc

19/07/21

As the weather gets warmer, remember to stay hydrated and bring water bottles in for the day. https://t.co/1KmqokKOGk

16/07/21

Well done to our team of Year 9 students who represented HGABR at the Federation's Climate Change Conference, they did a fantastic job! https://t.co/JbuknF64k2

16/07/21

Over the course of the lunch periods on Monday 19th July, HGABR will be performing their end of year 'Summer Snippets' to the school - from a social distance. We cannot wait! https://t.co/JL4MaEQS9L

16/07/21

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Bromley Youth Activities will be delivering summer activities (for young people who are eligible for free school meals) from our youth hubs - details to follow, however to book a space please go to the following link: https://t.co/zSRRGi2Cob https://t.co/H9I0eqdh5r

05/07/21

This weeks Must Read book is in recognition of and was winner of the Stonewall Book Award; The Black Flamingo. For more reading material around LGBT+ and celebrating diversity, please speak with Mrs Woolcott in the LRC. https://t.co/Dluzy8ItHP

01/07/21

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Applications now open for Summer STEM Programme 🌟 ✅ Free daily fun STEM activities ✅ Professional certifications in Python/Cyber ✅ Learn from Apply now 👉https://t.co/uhB1X0ivtb https://t.co/m0sEsQkU0a

01/07/21

Our Year 10 Dancers getting ready for their rehearsal for the Summer Showcase 2021. https://t.co/fITy2ZztcK

01/07/21

Year 10 contemporary group rehearsing for the Summer Showcase 2021 https://t.co/NZreHGGSdT

29/06/21

Our DofE Bronze Award students showed some impressive orienteering skills and stamina levels to make from Kingswood to Merstham on their practice walk. https://t.co/euRGGsabfu

29/06/21

is looking at a careers within the education sector this week, one of which is a Primary School Teacher. Click the link for more information. https://t.co/4j463iZzfL https://t.co/yg4iJZRRgp

29/06/21

In addition, we are also looking at the classic book 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. All books can be booked out at the library! https://t.co/2oSov5JzRC

29/06/21

This weeks must read is in recognition of Word Refugee Day and is the winner of the Waterstones Children's Book Prize for 2019. https://t.co/JFmVicmvCA

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Jack Petchey Foundation

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Established in 1999, the Jack Petchey Foundation makes grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25.

The Foundation exists to raise the aspirations of young people, to help them take advantage of opportunities and play a full part in society. To find out more about what they stand for view 'Our Vision and Mission'.

The geographical focus of their work is London and Essex. Since it has been established the Foundation has awarded grants totalling over £100 million!

There are nine awards per academic year from September to June and all those winners celebrate their achievements at an awards ceremony which is held in November, for the previous year’s winners.

Each winner receives £200 to spend on something fun for the school. It should not necessarily be academic (books, glue) but something to celebrate achievement, e.g. a celebration day, meal out for a club they are in, a trip, something for the playground etc.

Students are nominated, and winners are chosen, by their peers. Parents are informed of the winners via letter, to join in the daughters' achievements.