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20/11/18

As part of our literacy group reading discussion, students will read about Trump and the recent California fires. https://t.co/9KttamSKEz

20/11/18

Retweetd From Harris Sixth Form

ITS A NIGHT NOT TO BE MISSED! So Excited To Welcome You This Thursday 22 November - Beckenham Campus - (BR3 3SJ) 4.30 - 7.30pm - Bromley Campus - (BR3 1QR) 4.30 - 8.00pm Come & See what's on offer for your education https://t.co/JwDKZYgj8p

19/11/18

Interviews are about presenting yourself in the best way. Practice and consideration of your audience, means you will present better at interview. https://t.co/ZEZKRUhxzR

19/11/18

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

Sixth Form will be looking at interview skills as they prepare for UCAS and life after HBR. https://t.co/KGW0K0rv20

19/11/18

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

This week Sixth Form will be looking at the recent Iceland advert and the good and bad media coverage that came along with it. Students will discuss whether they feel companies should use Christmas adverts for political statements. https://t.co/0D6SMGIUGZ

19/11/18

Retweetd From HarrisBromleyY7

Well done to Laila in Y8 for winning last weeks Math's Puzzle. This week: A ball and a bat cost £90 in total. Three balls and two bats cost £210 in total. How much does a bat cost?

19/11/18

This weeks book of the week is 'The Women in White' by Wilkie Collins. A favourite book of Mrs Collins, who said is was like reading a ghost story/mystery/historical fiction novel, all rolled into one. https://t.co/FpdFFpRLKS

19/11/18

Word of the week is penitence. Think of the ways you can use this word, in your work. https://t.co/n2iLSobhr8

18/11/18

Join us this Thursday for our Sixth Form Open Evening https://t.co/8AI6fdTalR

15/11/18

Reflections this week is about growing up in London and feeling safe. Student will compare actions taken by Glasgow, in becoming a role model when dealing with certain crimes and whether they think the same system would work in London. https://t.co/bhavlPlkgT

15/11/18

Y11 Parent and Carers Evening - 29 November 2018 https://t.co/2QzfMP4WgM

15/11/18

Join us for our Sixth Form Open Evening - 22 November 2018 https://t.co/CkQeSjlKf3

15/11/18

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Would you like to extend your & ? Apply to join one of our academy teams as part of the programme! ! Apply via UCAS 1TZ https://t.co/T1tNoAC8VO

14/11/18

Retweetd From UCAS

Make sure your students don't miss out on a visit to your nearest UCAS Exhibition. Plan your visit now.

14/11/18

Quote of the week: "A child miseducated is a child lost.” by John F Kennedy

13/11/18

The first round of Jack Petchey nominations have been collected as students completed their nomination forms last week. For more information on the Jack Petchey Foundation, click the link. https://t.co/ETbLzVaMd5 https://t.co/4DPQZs7nFS

13/11/18

Well done to Kim in 8B1, who won last weeks weekly math's puzzle and last terms prize draw!

12/11/18

What is a growth mindset? What is a fixed mindset? Students discussed the above and looked at the difference they could make. https://t.co/JpFtw2gW0P

12/11/18

Last week students NNJR was about going back to mind maps in preparation for mock (for some years). Students were encouraged to create a mind map based on a unit learnt last term, to help them build resilience within their studies. https://t.co/WClZHCNPZJ

12/11/18

The Bromley Rotary Award was launched in assembly before the half term. This is a reminder that application forms need to be returned to Mr Sherwin by this Friday. https://t.co/StnG2MJwoA

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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.