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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

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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

01/04/21

Should you need to communicate with us please email: Info.harrisbromley.com. Please limit information to your child's name and year group only. The Academy will be monitoring this email address and will contact you back as soon as we can.

29/03/21

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Last week issued an alert about a spike in ransomware attacks on schools. We have suffered an attack since then. Although measures were in place to protect our systems, our servers have been impacted. See https://t.co/0JeUHHfRDp for further info and a statement below. https://t.co/4U02Y6zmbG

22/03/21

In recognition of , this weeks Must Read books reflect a wide ranging variety of different genres, written in verse. https://t.co/x5Bx0Fy5al

22/03/21

A few weeks on but we have finally decided on our winners. Well done to winners Zaineb and Isabel in Y7, who won our competition. Shout out to , whose staff put in a brilliant effort. Want to celebrate over one of our students Snozzcumber cakes? https://t.co/DjQ3B4nvez

22/03/21

This week is promoting the career path of a Midwife - but this week, we also get to hear from ex-student Tolu, as she starts her training in University. https://t.co/VN8SinOQJN https://t.co/ePlYsoPkak

19/03/21

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19/03/21

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17/03/21

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🖋️ Love writing and interested by our collection? Then get involved with our new art project https://t.co/WDfKS4EwPw

17/03/21

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Happy Birthday Caroline Herschel! Born in 1750, Herschel was the first professional female astronomer. 🔭 ✨ Discover more about her life and work in this blog from the archives: https://t.co/UqxV9DHCT1 https://t.co/bG5p0t5KGA

16/03/21

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Started hearing back from the unis you applied to? You only need to reply when you've heard back from them all! https://t.co/FFvthD0C5g

16/03/21

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1846: Pioneering physician Rebecca J. Cole was born. She was one of the first African-American women to become a doctor in the United States https://t.co/5BbpdweIUF

16/03/21

Just a reminder to our students to keep up the vocabulary training

15/03/21

Two videos to watch this week: House of Commons: https://t.co/YKPKmE7JuA Being an MP: https://t.co/p6ncktJmQ3 2/2 https://t.co/iTAzSYmLHx

15/03/21

A gap last week as students settled back in school. However, this week is promoting the career path of an elected representative in government. Read our slides and follow the link for more about this career. 1/2 https://t.co/kHHlzA2L1u

15/03/21

This weeks Must Read is in recognition of . Mary’s story of eventual triumph over adversity as a palaeontologist in Victorian times makes for inspiring reading. https://t.co/vZGtHK4kae

08/03/21

This weeks Must Read books are in celebration of . This selection is reflective of the fantastic achievements of many inspirational women. https://t.co/l9VsSDHhfE

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Bromley 100

“Read at every wait; read at all hours; read within leisure; read in times of labour; read as one goes in; read as one goest out. The task of the educated mind is simply put: read to lead.”   Marcus Tullius Cicero 

We are proud to announce our ‘The Bromley 100’. The Bromley 100 comprises of 100 books that the staff, students and parents believed to be classic books that students should aim to read during their time at the Academy. Students taking up the challenge will gain hugely from the experience, whether it is reading for pure pleasure or to broaden their knowledge and literary horizons.  We would also encourage parents and carers to take up the challenge and read a selection or all of the books and then discuss them with their daughters (or son's in Sixth Form). The staff at the academy will also be embarking on this literary journey and discussing their views on the books with your daughters.

The library has copies of all the books, so that students can continue on with the literary experience. We would welcome any additional copies that you may wish to contribute to the library or a donation so that the library may purchase additional copies.

A copy of the Bromley 100 list can be found below. Please let us know via the info@harrisbromley.org.uk account if there is any way you would like to support with the Bromley 100, whether you would like to share your views on a book on the list or donate a book to the library.

Donations can be made via our Parent Pay system by selecting ‘Bromley 100’. If you do not currently have parent pay login details please contact the finance department to organise. If you are donating a physical copy of the book please ask your daughter to hand it to reception. I would also like to say a big thank you to all parents who have already generously donated to the Bromley 100 on behalf of the students and staff of Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

BROMLEY 100  Bromley100

Book Author Book Author Book Author Book  Author
A Bend in the River VS Naipaul Harry Potter  Series JK Rowling Refugee Boy Benjamin Zephaniah The Lies We Tell Ourselves Robin Talley
A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens Hidden Figures Margot Lee Shetterley Salt to the Sea Ruta Sepetys The Life of Pi Yann Martel
A Series of Unfortunate Events Daniel Handler His Dark Materials Trilogy Philip Pullman Small Island Andrea Levy The Lion, the Witch and the                   Wardrobe C. S. Lewis
Atonement Ian McEwan I am Thunder Muhammad Khan Swallows and Amazons Arthur Ransome The Lord of the Rings J. R. R. Tolkein
Becoming Michelle Obama I Capture the Castle Dodie Smith Terror Kid Benjamin Zephaniah The Moonstone Wilkie Collins
Beloved Toni Morrison Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte The Adventures of Huckleberry           Finn Mark Twain The Other Boleyn  Girl  Philippa Gregory
Between Shades of Grey Ruta Sepetys Lily Alone Jaqueline Wilson The Alchemist Paul Coelho The Perks of Being a Wallflower  Stephen Chbosky
Boys Don't Cry Malorie Blackman Little Women Louisa May Alcott The Big Sleep Raymond Chandler The Portrait of a Lady Henry James
Brave New World Aldous Huxley Long Way Down Jason Reynolds The Book Thief  Marcus Zusak The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Muriel Spark
Brick Lane Monica Ali Maggot Moon Sally Gardner The Boy at the Back of the Class Onjali Rauf The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and       Mr Hyde Robert Louis Stevenson
Catch 22 Joseph Heller Me Before You Jojo Moyes The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas John Boyne The Red Ribbon Lucy Adlington
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Roald Dahl Moby Dick Herman Melville The Catcher in the Rye J D Salinger The Tattooist of Auschwitz Heather Morris
Charlotte’s Web E.B. White Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf The Colour Purple  Alice Walker Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe
Children of Blood and Bone Tomi Adeyeni My Name is Parvana Deborah Ellis The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time Mark Haddon The Tin Drum Gunter Grass
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Jeff Kinney Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell The Da Vinci Code Dan Brown The Witches Roald Dahl
Dear Martin Nic Stone Noughts and Crosses Malorie Blackman The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy John le Carre
Dr Zhivago Boris Pasternak Of Mice and Men  John Steinbeck The Golden Notebook Doris Lessing To Kill a Mockingbird Harper Lee
Dracula  Bram Stoker Oliver Twist Charles Dickens The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald Tom Jones Henry Fielding
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine Gail Honeyman On the Road Jack Kerouac The Handmaid's Tale Margaret Atwood Tracey Beaker Jaqueline Wilson
Fantastic Mr Fox Roald Dahl One Sarah Crossan The Hate U Give Angie Thomas Under the Net Iris Murdoch
Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bradbury One Day David Nicholls The Hitchiker's Guide to the Galaxy Douglas Adams Utterly Me  Lauren Child
Frankenstein Mary Shelley Pigeon English Stephen Kelman The Hobbit   J.R.R. Tolkien War Horse Michael Morpurgo
Gulliver’s Travels Jonathan Swift Poet X Elizabeth Acevedo The Hunger Games Suzanne Collins We Were Liars E. Lockhart
Girl, Boy, Sea Chris Vick Pride and Prejudice  Jane Austin The Invention of Hugo Cabret  Brian Selznick Wonder R.J. Palacio
Half of a Yellow Sun Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Rebecca Daphne Du Maurier The Kite Runner Khaled Hosseini Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte

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