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14/06/21

This weeks Must Read collection is on ; a project hosted by the United nations to encourage people to join together to protect our ecosystems around the world. https://t.co/JpUfj5sCx0 https://t.co/W7lFw9cVRr

14/06/21

Last weeks Must Read collection of books was in recognition of National Empathy Day. https://t.co/fskip6qUot https://t.co/1XzD4uDY3P

14/06/21

What key skills do you require as an auditor? https://t.co/sx504CqXBY

14/06/21

is looking at a career within the finance sector, as an apprentice auditor. https://t.co/hY8Ttifqr9 https://t.co/hP4YR2hH4V

14/06/21

What skills do you need to be a radiographer? https://t.co/v753PaALMY

14/06/21

Last weeks career highlight was on being a radiographer. https://t.co/mLyXOpbBO8 https://t.co/iQwVbTbPJS

12/06/21

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Delighted for and so proud of our Director of Secondary Education- Carolyn English awarded an OBE today. So deserved, thank you for all you do for our students. Congratulations 🥳 👏🏽🙌🏼

10/06/21

Retweetd From Miss CH

Thank you so much to for delivering a second day of workshops at , this time to our year 9 cohort exploring online harassment and consent!

28/05/21

Retweetd From Step into Dance

Late last year we were lucky enough to see some of the dancers from in action! 😍 https://t.co/WxiTQoQ9XQ

24/05/21

This week investigate the career of an entrepreneur - suggested by Ms Whiting's form. The case highlight was on the BBC as the youngest Dragon to ever join Dragon's Den. https://t.co/3Ww2RocEve https://t.co/pqgiE4Aat7

24/05/21

This weeks books of the week are all about Mental Health Awareness. Please see Mrs Woolcott for more information on any of our reading resources! https://t.co/LjppeBTgCV

21/05/21

is promoting the career path of a Commercial Marketing Manager this week. https://t.co/SzYiYmoh7E

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

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Academy Life

An immediate sense of belonging and tradition

From the moment the new Year 7 girls arrive at the beginning of September, we help them to feel welcome, settled and cared for.

On their first day, every girl is assigned to one of our four Faculties. Girls identify with their Faculty, which provides a real sense of belonging to a smaller unit within the Academy. Every girl has a Faculty Director and a Faculty Tutor, who take personal responsibility for coaching them, setting goals with them and making sure they settle in well and that they achieve.
Girls wear a shield showing their Faculty colour and are encouraged to win points for their Faculty through academic progress and achievement, good attendance and positive contributions in sport, the arts and Academy life more generally.

A calm and orderly atmosphere

We have a firm emphasis on good behaviour so that the environment at the Academy, inside and outside the classroom, is calm, purposeful and orderly.

Achievement is always celebrated, with regular encouragement, praise and awards for girls when they work their hardest and behave well. We have a clear Code of Conduct that girls respect, and a firm but fair system of sanctions. In combination, these measures ensure all girls can reach high standards as well as enjoy their education.

We believe in providing a personalised, challenging curriculum. Whether a student is struggling, needs to be stretched or is somewhere in the middle, we will always work to meet her needs. Parents and carers will be kept closely informed about their daughter’s progress, with reports being sent home every term.