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17/10/17

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🚨HABE Rugby 🚨 Both the U14’s and U15’s are through to the Kent Plate quarter final.

11/10/17

Enjoying Innovation Day at HABE - culinary treats to follow! https://t.co/Ds2qGmnqQG

11/10/17

Open mornings taking place on 12th and 16th October are now full. To attend on 19th October, please email to info.org.uk. https://t.co/pTP1MEfO4H

10/10/17

Due to high demand our Open Morning dated 12th October is now fully booked. Spaces still available on 16th and 19th October. https://t.co/zyHbU4Qm0g

09/10/17

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What a way to start a Monday! 300 amazing students from performing as . May have shed a tear or two in pride. https://t.co/SF4uQqei1M

09/10/17

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Wow, what an event! The finale of students singing was very spectacular. Glad to be part of something special https://t.co/Ch5gmIujB5

09/10/17

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MFL CPD the new speaking exam https://t.co/LOHNfipMTY

09/10/17

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Our wonderful Harris in Harmony students headlining at our conference https://t.co/0GGh9HyrX3

09/10/17

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🎵 Something inside so strong! 🎶 An incredible performance from https://t.co/Qe67v5v7Ld

09/10/17

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All but 1 of outstanding schools praised by Lord Harris lead by female HTs https://t.co/ejGYgud0ZF

09/10/17

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Determined to be an “engine of social mobility,” Sir Dan Moynihan - very proud to train the future teachers of https://t.co/nsjhAzndXo

09/10/17

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300 strong Harris in Harmony about to perform! https://t.co/AtJv1OtDFd

09/10/17

All together now.. ‘you’ve got a friend..’ 🎼 https://t.co/XV2WuBZ172

09/10/17

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The higher you build your barriers... "something inside so strong"... our battle cry - something social mobility https://t.co/nQcYTqSGss

09/10/17

Looking forward to to start! https://t.co/PoM3Bgf9xD

09/10/17

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Sir Dan addresses all 4,400 colleagues welcoming everyone to the 10th Annual Conference https://t.co/nwEt0K3QXG

09/10/17

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Disadvantaged Harris primary kids do twice as well at 11 (70%) as they do nationally (31%)

09/10/17

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Great to be a part of a federation committed to improving life chances for all children no matter what https://t.co/7X2rdUdcCP

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Posted on June 15th 2017

Medal Positioning for our HABE Athletes!

On the hottest day of the year so far, Norman Park made the perfect setting for the 43rd annual Bromley Minors competition for year 7 and 8 students. This year, the boys and girls competitions were held on the same day which only added to the atmosphere. The boys were keen to match or better their highest result from last year (placing 3rd) and the girls were also optimistic that their training and hard work could pay off. A Few special mentions must go out to:

 

Michael Sunday – Winning the year 7 boys 80m hurdles final.

Leo Ellis – Winning the year 8 boys shot put

Kadi Byrne – Placing second in the year 8 girls 100m final – After winning her heat.

Joe Barnes-Austin – Wining the year 78 boys 300m final and gaining a new personal best in the high jump.

Shae Seaforth – Winning the year 7 girls 100m final.

Shaun Bartley – Winning the year 7 boys 200m final with a 10m lead!

Renee Bel-Momudu – Winning the year 7 girls shot-put whilst achieving a personal best result.

Kamani Pryce – Winning the year 8 boys 100m final.

Jess De Vries – Winning the year 7 girls high jump.

Cameron Dobell – Placing 2nd in the year 8 boys 200m final.

Tom Penlington – Placing second in the year 8 boys 800m final.

 

After a fantastic day in the sun, we eagerly awaited the results which seemed to take a lifetime! Then, we heard the PA system announce that the results were in. The girls managed to place overall in third place, their highest result in our history! Then, it was announced that the boys managed and overall finish of second place! An improvement from last year, a best ever finish for them. I would like to say a massive well done to all the students who competed, you did yourselves and the Academy proud!

 

More photos can be found on our twitter page @HABEsport

 

Athletics Success   June 2017   16.6.17

Kymani Pryce winning the 100m in style!

 

Mr Thornton - PE