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14/10/20

Retweetd From HPA Kent House

Happy everyone 🌈 Today's well- being challege- if you could be any cartoon character, who would you be and why? https://t.co/KiuLH05R55

13/10/20

Don’t forget, ‘This Month’s Must Read’ books are available from the library. Just contact Mrs Woolcott. https://t.co/UEvzCWsibl

13/10/20

is promoting the career path of Vice President in Risk and Compliance at an International Bank. Read our slides and follow the link for more about this career. https://t.co/oee1l9P8sS https://t.co/wztAWT7Lhl

13/10/20

Our Maths department are continuing their discussions this week on two more famous Mathematicians. https://t.co/19okSPn1TG

12/10/20

Retweetd From Womanthology

Writing better books for our children: Smashing gender stereotypes in careers one profession at a time https://t.co/vXpqgnZJp4 https://t.co/7OtipF8M6P

12/10/20

Retweetd From HPA Kent House

Year 6 have been learning about Black History Month in PSHE and have been creating some incredible posters to celebrate🎨 https://t.co/NbOazQ6uWK

10/10/20

Retweetd From HPA Kent House

Happy everyone 🌈 Mental health is just as important as physical health. Remember to always be kind to others, but also to yourself. Take some time to yourself and do something that you enjoy. Have a lovely weekend 🤗 https://t.co/9qbJAvpqcJ

09/10/20

Or have a look at out video and image galleries here: https://t.co/KT8rvcWjvf https://t.co/tZJIEuGKc0

09/10/20

Want to know more about what our school does during the school term? Why not read our Termly Newsletter. https://t.co/RRzKBgRzj6

09/10/20

Check out our HGABR Virtual Tour Video here: https://t.co/NiLRokIoTf

07/10/20

Celebrating Black History Month... in Dance. Interview with Joseph Poulton. https://t.co/Q1VrsGpYcP https://t.co/boCdTakDBG

05/10/20

As part of this discussion we are also raising awareness for the https://t.co/LUR4bndWFe. Create your own inspired project and upload it to the above link. Deadline is 31/10/2020. https://t.co/NJWeh5FF5V

05/10/20

HGABR is talking about as part of tutor time. Why is it important? How has 2020 been a historic year? https://t.co/9L59cwDYrN

05/10/20

A slight change to our weekly recommendations; This Months Must Read books are in recognition of . From firebrand fiction to cultural history we celebrate classic works and contemporary triumphs from the best black authors. https://t.co/6hpUnZcqHf

05/10/20

As part of , our Maths Dept. are discussing 2 famous Mathematicians this week and their amazing contributions to this field. If you know of any others to contribute to the Maths Dept. or want to discuss this in more depth, please speak with Miss Campbell. https://t.co/Qmv7E5ZyqI

05/10/20

is promoting the career path Midwifery this week. Read our slides and follow the link for more about this career. https://t.co/wzibjvnikH https://t.co/RorpPBY0r2

02/10/20

Thank you and glad you enjoyed the virtual tour. Please do email into our Info.org.uk account and we will pass on your interest to the staff in this department

02/10/20

Retweetd From Booklove Multicultural Travelling Book Carnival

really enjoyed your virtual tour today. The Head's response to my question about Cultural Diversity was very good. My daughter was pumped too and I'd love to connect with the literary leads about your diverse reading lists...

02/10/20

Calling Sept 2021 Year 7 Parents! HGABR Open Evenings are going virtual Sign up here to join our zoom conversations with our Head of Academy & hear about our wonderful academy Wed 30 September at 6:30pm Thu 1 October at 10am Thu 1 October at 6:30pm https://t.co/bYjOE2xFYl https://t.co/TT4RxfRams

01/10/20

This weeks Must Read is not just one book. In recognition of National Poetry Day, Mrs Woolcott has selected a series of genres to promote from slam poetry to the more traditional. Don't forget, books can be reserved by emailing Mrs Woolcott or via our Reading Cloud https://t.co/7cEctTFJz3

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About Our Sixth Form

Our co-educational Sixth Form is part of the Harris Federation Sixth Form, consisting of nine sites and benefits from an outstanding central leadership team, as well as outstanding leaders on site. The Sixth Form Federation has been judged outstanding on a number of occasions and we are proud to be founding members.

Being part of the Sixth Form Federation means that the Academy benefits enormously from increased opportunities that come from being part of a Sixth Form with over 200 students. Importantly though, the Sixth Form at Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley maintains its own distinctive ethos as it is small and the students benefit from a personalised and inclusive approach to care and support.  

With 22.1% A*/A, 80% A*/C and 100% A*-E and an average grade of a B, we are one of the most successful Sixth Forms in London. This coupled with our success with vocational courses (average grade of Distinction*) means that whether you want to go off to one of the best universities in the country or into an apprenticeship, we are very well placed to help you. Last year one in four university applicants gained places at the prestigious Russell Group of universities and just under half gained a place at a ‘top third’ university. Harris Academy Bromley Campus students gained places at universities including Kings, SOAS, Queen Mary and Sheffield.

Extra-curricular activities are extensive and we have students involved in Harris Experience Advanced, supporting charities abroad, travelling to NASA, Borneo and many other exciting opportunities to extend learning. The Sixth Formers have a dedicated Study Centre with fantastic, brand new facilities and they benefit from 10 brand new science labs, brand new DT and Art Facilities, Sports facilities and specialist classrooms.

When deciding which Sixth Form to go to, we believe that it is important to go and see the Sixth Form in action to get a really good flavour of what the Sixth Form is like; how you will settle in and the level of support that you think you will receive. Indeed, best of all is to talk to our existing Sixth Formers about what it is like to study here.

To that end, we would welcome a visit and please look out on the website and in the local press for details of our Open Evenings. Check out our campus information, application form and sixth form results via the links.

For entry requirements, click here.

For the Masterclasses/Intervention sessions, click here.