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01/07/20

For those that missed this, check out last weeks must read. Keep on reading and don’t forget you can submit book reviews to Mrs Woolcott. https://t.co/B0XgkLIFpU https://t.co/GUqd4Lzo1t

30/06/20

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley is a SUPER SCHOOL! Our students have answered over half a million questions this academic year, have spent at least 20 hours each completing tasks and watched a total of over months of videos. Well Done! https://t.co/xx03L9NFT6

29/06/20

Students have continued to work hard on over the week. We are also 3rd out of 1732 similar schools for completion of Memri questions, great work in preparation for this week's assessments, keep it up! https://t.co/LIJk2bnRzI

25/06/20

Retweetd From Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

🎧 New podcast alert! The team is chatting with geography teacher, Charity Mhlanga (, ), recipient of this year's OS award ,about why she loves the subject and recognising excellence in geography education: https://t.co/eML9RdRFid https://t.co/6uj34c3qNG

24/06/20

Retweetd From Steve Brace

Each year with awards 2 teachers with 'excellence awards'. https://t.co/FwYYMf9LXc In 2020 it was Emma Metcalfe & Charity Mhlanga & podcast with Charity below Charity Mhlanga https://t.co/y9cW0kpbtA

23/06/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation Geography

Listen to this podcast by Charity Mhlanga from , winner of the award for excellence in geography education - such a passionate advocate for geography and teaching! Congratulations to Charity on her outstanding achievement! https://t.co/eQmUBJ87Nm

23/06/20

Retweetd From RGS-IBG Schools

Our latest podcast with Charity Mhlanga, winner of the OS award 2020, has just been released 🎧 make sure you tune in on iTunes or via our website https://t.co/4Yjbkprj9k

23/06/20

Retweetd From Harris Orpington

Check out the 10 minute video I made about Mindful Breathing: https://t.co/J7F8iif5qe https://t.co/wF2LNsJi0O

23/06/20

Open to all students, just send your work to your English teacher. For more info, visit: https://t.co/8J7a5s3OP9

23/06/20

‘As we emerge from lockdown, the power of words to give voice and agency to our stories couldn’t be more pertinent’. The English dept are asking our students to create their own story to submit to them by 24/06/2020.

22/06/20

Keep on reading with our double book suggestion for this week. https://t.co/jXLR3fytYs

22/06/20

Students are continuing to work hard on Hegarty Maths. Special mention to 7Y1 who have topped the leaderboard as a result of some excellent work on Memri; automatically generated revision questions. Purity has answered 404 memri questions this week, well done 👏🏻 https://t.co/BrS85gOxNB

22/06/20

For families celebrating Windrush Day, there is a Lambeth sing along at 10:27am today; the exact time that the first ship arrived. See the following link for more details. https://t.co/afpUs5Hd9d https://t.co/THwMTfWih2

18/06/20

Check out Miss Dent’s (speedy) stretching video. Now more than ever, we need to stay active and stretch to keep our muscles strong and flexible and to get out some energy. The daily moment to stretch when nothing else matters! https://t.co/m2kW4MihLx

17/06/20

A new book recommendation for the new week https://t.co/ww4hRSsPdY

11/06/20

Keep on reading everyone! https://t.co/okQyhqPcnf

11/06/20

From a second home to a school bag. Here are some more thoughts from our students. https://t.co/LLwDKsiEIT

11/06/20

Maybe French is your favourite subject? https://t.co/6uWZ9Mh5RX

11/06/20

Here are some poems around the subject of Humanities, as part of the Year 9 anthology of poems, created while the school has been closed. https://t.co/nhJPcF7xY2

11/06/20

Here are some pictures from the London Youth Games Copper Box Arena back in March, of both our amazing dance groups; contemporary and street company. https://t.co/aJsyP0P9Vr

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Celebrating Achievements and Behaviour

In order for students to reach high standards as well as enjoy their education, a calm, purposeful environment is essential. This is the case both inside and outside the classroom. Students will be expected to follow the code of conduct and safety rules which are summarised in the student planners. An Academy ethos of encouragement is central to the promotion of positive learning behaviour and our Academy structure for recognising achievement. Sanctions are used to respond to poor learning behaviour, these are applied consistently, giving students opportunities to de-escalate sanctions at each stage.


Celebrating Achievements

COR Rewards System

The COR (Commitment, Optimism, Resilience) Rewards System runs on a fortnightly cycle throughout the academic year. All staff are issued with a COR card which will be issued to a student for showing one of the three strands both in and out of the classroom. Those students issued with a card will be entered into a fortnightly and termly raffle to win a selection of prizes and reward trips.

Reward Cards

Students are issued with subject rewards cards for showing excellence within their individual subjects. Students will receive a postcard from their teacher containing a unique code where they can be directed to a website to enter competitions and gain further rewards.

Celebration of Achievement Evening

The end of year will culminate in our annual Celebration of Achievement Evening held in July. Students will be nominated across their subjects and will receive a formal invite to attend the evening alongside their families to receive their prize.

 


Sanctions

15 minute Detention (TD)
(No notice required, if missed automatic SAD)

60 minute Detention (CD)
(Letter 24 hours notice if missed or x3, automatic PD)

90 minute Detention (PD)
(Letter 24 hours notice, if missed or x3, automatic Internal exclusion)

Internal Exclusion
(Letter, reintegration with parent/carer)

External Exclusion
(Letter, reintegration with parent/carer)

3 External exclusions
(Refer to Governors’ panel for final warning)

Permanent exclusion
(Single serious incident, e.g. offensive weapon, assault, threatening behaviour, or failure to heed Governors’ final warning)

Student Welfare