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14/05/21

Two A Level dancers after performing a run through of one of their performances in costume - prepping for assessment time! https://t.co/9z3cbanylN

14/05/21

We are very proud of all their hard work this year. Their exam is this Thursday, wish them luck! https://t.co/8QFXJjqWhn

14/05/21

Our A level students warming up ready for their choreography exam with some corner work. https://t.co/raWg5stqae

14/05/21

Miss Dent and Mrs Abbott are extremely proud of their hard work. Keep it up! https://t.co/3CmOvYHmzA

14/05/21

Our Year 9 and 10 RAD competition groups getting some early rehearsals in with Blue and Kevin our amazing Step into dance choreographers! https://t.co/mLoHksqtK4

14/05/21

Early morning rehearsals with Year 10 and Year 9 contemporary and street dance RAD competition groups; getting ready for the London youth games ! https://t.co/kdwVUaM8O1

14/05/21

This weeks must reads! Were not limiting it to one book this week as we have generously been gifted a couple of great series. Happy reading! https://t.co/eikDiC1sa0

14/05/21

HGABR are promoting this in school. Help us to win £5,000 of National Book Token for the school! https://t.co/Y0cY55akU4

13/05/21

If you haven’t already seen it, check out the latest edition of our termly magazine. https://t.co/Zi1TlaRct6 For previous issues, visit our website. https://t.co/RRzKBgRzj6 https://t.co/YE1RLsLlzA

10/05/21

Click this link to see how Actors were effected by the pandemic. https://t.co/C2Kth1cC4H

10/05/21

This weeks career option from our team is that of an Actor. Click the link for more info: https://t.co/j1VOWzML5D https://t.co/7xUbg82H1S

10/05/21

Another career option from our career of the week. We looked at what it is to be an architect. Click the link for more info: https://t.co/DDCcbHngeP https://t.co/hCIAEodFng

10/05/21

Here is some more information if you are thinking about this as a future career. https://t.co/2pguBdRVb2

10/05/21

A little delayed but career of the week for the end of April was a Forensic Psychologist. Click the link for more info: https://t.co/5Tb8WqSrVK https://t.co/lPbV8YMpRA

29/04/21

Retweetd From Youth STEMM Award

Attention students and teachers! 👇Coming up soon! 😀 https://t.co/PGmXy7DTdc

26/04/21

This week as part of our tutor programme, students will be looking at and how other cultures define beauty. The most important message we have asked our students to consider are: https://t.co/vOSeHfuz73

22/04/21

We have a new selection of books in the Library! https://t.co/NxBDp1YJzy

13/04/21

Reminder to Year 11 History: Mrs Collins has uploaded videos to YouTube to help students practice each question on the GCSE papers. Just search HGABR History or follow this link https://t.co/YXVJnUY2U1

06/04/21

Retweetd From UCAS

How do you add another choice in Extra? It's easy, here's how!

01/04/21

To help Y11 with mock examinations preparations, Harris have put together some excellent resources such as. https://t.co/G9jBGKwU7f

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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.