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22/03/19

Easter Break starts from Friday 5th April 2019 - School breaks up at 12.40pm. For more calendar reminders, visit our website: https://t.co/7xVRzjVLaZ https://t.co/ryMHs0qSuE

21/03/19

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

Some amazing Y12 revision wheels being created here in Business Studies. https://t.co/rFzERIRNfu

21/03/19

Creating the piece herself, the dance shows an internal conflict. https://t.co/70bC1i9jHv

21/03/19

A little snippet from a beautiful solo piece by a Y11 student. https://t.co/kChrorGCS0

20/03/19

Retweetd From Harris Careers

Are you looking for a Coordinator of Sixth Form role? Apply now https://t.co/SoZOE847ij https://t.co/yNeTjGzhn8

20/03/19

Countdown numbers game this week is to reach 158 using 7 2 2 9 4 4. Check out the other challenges and see how close you can get. https://t.co/tB6zS7OnTv

20/03/19

Quote of the week: “It is motive alone that gives character to the actions of men.” By Jean de la Bruyere

19/03/19

Check out this weeks Must Read book - Stargazing for Beginner. https://t.co/VezyRWfMAm

19/03/19

This weeks current topics for discussion in tutor time focuses on two educational topics. The two recent stories to hit the news surrounding the admissions scandal in the USA and the repercussions on students since the maintenance grant was abolished. https://t.co/G7TCdlfXLL

19/03/19

This weeks Word of the Week is surreptitious. This word can be collected from the yellow faculty. https://t.co/RiKWc5Lj8j

18/03/19

This weeks focus in assemblies is a reflection on last weeks celebrated . Students will explore literacy around the world & how books teach us about the relationships between literacy, economics, morality & many other areas. https://t.co/oMuoV42q8o

18/03/19

Where does the sky start? If our skin cells renew every seven years, what makes you the same person as you were 7 years ago? Is it better play well and lose or play badly and win? Do we have free will? If I borrow a million pounds, am I a millionaire?

18/03/19

This weeks reflections programme has students talking about what a 'thunk' is. Students will explore a series of everyday statements and questions that help you to look at the world in a whole new light.

17/03/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Thank you to our Governors for giving up your precious time to attend today’s conference. Thanks also to Colleagues that ran the sessions & to for the keynote. We appreciate you all https://t.co/zUw6lTOZrb

15/03/19

Retweetd From Science at HGABR

Some amazing Pi bakes from the girls at HGABR https://t.co/5vG3zOUe3m

14/03/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

It's great to catch up with some of our &Classics today at Spelling-bee! https://t.co/OAPR2kaXYK

14/03/19

Retweetd From Step into Dance

Huge congratulations to who won the final this week! We're mega proud of you & all the other Step into Dance schools that took part & St Angela's! https://t.co/bsNOZHSbmX

13/03/19

Countdown this week is to reach the total of 188, using 1 7 6 3 3 25. A special well done goes to Kim in 8B1, who correctly answered last weeks math's puzzle. https://t.co/fmgmCdAjEZ

13/03/19

Quote of the week: "I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do." By Leonardo da Vinci

13/03/19

are with our students today in a workshop about the production The American Clock, which the group are going to see tomorrow. https://t.co/zdevMiuHUF

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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Newham

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Vision Statement

 

All Can : We Will

Our motto of ‘All Can: We Will’ represents our belief that with our high quality dedicated teaching and support, coupled with our academic and cultural enhancement curriculum, our girls will mature as responsible individuals who can and will succeed in their chosen paths.

We are committed to building the confidence of each student, encouraging and motivating them to take full advantage of all the opportunities to learn and broaden their horizons, while understanding the importance of respect and consideration to others. We believe this will enable them to make well informed life choices beyond their school years and develop as mature and responsible members of the community.

We are committed to inspiring our students to raise their aspirations, so they can achieve their very best.  Our teachers, along with our Chair of Governors, are ambitious and act as positive role models for the girls.

We encourage the students to participate in charitable activities both domestically and abroad, to further their experiences and understanding of our global diverse world.

We are committed to strengthening our community through collaboration with parents and local activities.

The learning philosophy of Commitment, Optimism and Resilience develops learners who recognise that challenge is an opportunity not an obstacle. We know that successful learners are committed, optimistic and resilient and our girls are. We encourage the use of the word yet, introducing strategies informed by the work of Hattie and Dweck, and have developed workshops in resilience and mindfulness.

Our success at GCSE and A-Level, demonstrates that we are achieving remarkable things.

Progress in Maths and Sciences at GCSE level are exceptionally high and we continue our commitment to encourage our girls to study those subjects at A-Level in our Sixth Form.  We will further expand teaching in STEM subjects over the coming years.

We believe that the girls only have one opportunity to prepare for the challenges that will face them after they leave school and we are dedicated to ensuring that they are well prepared and will lead successful and happy lives.