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24/02/21

We are really proud of our students' tenacity and commitment to their Bedrock learning during lockdown. Pleasingly, three of our students been selected by Bedrock HQ as worthy winners and deserving of a £10 Amazon voucher . A huge well done to Leon, Ceren and Thomas! https://t.co/kdXYFwJVwl

23/02/21

We would like to thank you and all of the staff at Harris Beckenham for all their hard work and support. Aside from a few technical issues in the beginning, it has been pretty faultless for our son's home-schooling and he is very much looking forward to coming back to school. https://t.co/v1CXaalWqY

23/02/21

To Mr Gibbons in our Maths department. I just wanted to say a massive thank you for your great work with the UKMT group, of which Freddie and George were a part. You definitely went above and beyond there - much appreciated! https://t.co/P5oq7Brgy8

22/02/21

WOW! Well Done!! Tom Y10 alongside Max completed 100k in 10 days and raised £2500 for a mental health charity 🏃‍♂️ https://t.co/NBILBV6bQS

22/02/21

Welcome back HABE! We all hope that you had a restful Half Term. Here is your latest Student Newsletter to enjoy! https://t.co/2gK0dvbKC0

17/02/21

For all you music lovers out there! Live performances return to Wigmore Hall https://t.co/MHXJ9LrJ7Y

16/02/21

Happy Pancake Day! We would love to receive pictures of our fabulous students flipping and making their pancakes! Please send photos to info.org.uk. https://t.co/IOrjbHMfyL

15/02/21

Well done Tom and Max who are 3 days in to their 100km. A great cause!! https://t.co/DuMfNu2ssB

12/02/21

We are immensely glad to be able to help those who need support in our local community. https://t.co/Q39xTb2Tct

12/02/21

Congratulations Ms Woolloff - HABE are ranked in the top ten schools in the UK using Bedrock! https://t.co/vHSPiQfbKi

12/02/21

To keep up with our students amazing artistic talent, check out our Art Departments Instagram below... https://t.co/OJ2iP8xfFO

12/02/21

Another wonderful moment in lockdown within our community. Small things making a big impact! We are so proud of our thoughtful, talented students! https://t.co/60lQ7M5S2Q

12/02/21

This week's Sixth Form Book of the Week is ''The Impossible Revolution: Making Sense of the Syrian Tragedy' by Yassin al-Haj Saleh. Take a look for a synopsis and a review. https://t.co/GFovyFerZs

11/02/21

Well deserved Shout out to all our HABE staff from a Y7 parent... I would like to thank all of you for you hard work and dedication! I hope you could all rest and enjoy time off during the half-term. Thank you for your fabulous shout out! https://t.co/OVlcjUqorL

11/02/21

Book of the Week! Vampire Trouble... Destiny just wants the typical college experience – but then she awakens as a newly turned vampire. With both her maker and a handsome rival in the mix, can Destiny learn to navigate her undead life. https://t.co/NHRv7xDkL6

10/02/21

Retweetd From Stephen Kelman

Thanks for making another virtual school visit so much fun. Some excellent questions! Enjoy the rest of your day.

10/02/21

A massive thank you to and our Y11 cohort for such a thought provoking Q&A session last Thursday. It was so enlightening to hear our Pigeon English author’s insight into the writing of his text, and for our students to pose their own questions, we learnt so much! https://t.co/rflboCxTvX

09/02/21

Retweetd From HarrisBeckenham

Our ‘Virtual Wellbeing Wednesday - Digital Detox Day’. Wednesday 10th February for students in Y7-11. The aim of the day is for students to ‘unplug’ to support their wellbeing and to immerse themselves in some creative challenges with the theme ‘Life in Lockdown’. More to come! https://t.co/flxHtgXNp2

09/02/21

Wonderful artwork produced by Lottie in Y12 - what a talent! https://t.co/7nsokn04BC

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Online Platform Guides

Maths Home Learning: Hegarty and Mathswatch

Student expectations for success

Years 7 and 8

Home learning tasks will be set and tracked on Hegarty Maths each week.  There will be a minimum of 2 pieces of topic based home learning per week, each lasting approximately an hour.

Year 9

Home learning tasks will be set and tracked on Hegarty Maths each week.  There will be a minimum of 3 pieces of topic based home learning per week, each lasting approximately an hour.

Years 10 and 11

Home learning tasks will be set and tracked on Hegarty Maths each week.  There will be a minimum of 4 pieces of topic based home learning per week, each lasting approximately an hour.

Mixed questions will be set on Mathswatch. Questions will be based on misconceptions from the QLA and topics already covered in lesson to.

Year 12 and 13

Work will be set and tracked on Dr Frost.  A minimum of six hours should to be spent on homework every week. The learning portal has videos to enable students to learn independently, a plethora of past examination questions classified according to difficulties and immediate feedback using the official mark scheme. Teachers will contact parents of students who do not submit their home learning or who are underperforming.

  1. Complete the task set by first watching the video and doing the quiz. 
  2. Take notes whilst watching the revision clips to support you with the main task.
  3. Email your teacher if you need support with any work

Teachers will help you by:

  1. Checking at the end of each day that you have completed maths work for that day’s lesson. Forming positive habits is the first step to success!
  2. Providing feedback on your work through Hegarty Maths or Mathswatch.
  3. Will reply to your emails within 24 hours and 72 hours for comments posted. Monday – Friday)
  4. Will award achievement points per homework completed – these will be given out on a Monday.
  5. Will follow up and work with parents and carers for incomplete work.

How to use Hegarty Maths Guide

Parents Guide to Using Hegarty Maths


English Home Learning: Bedrock

Student expectations for success

Year7-10 should complete a minimum of *three lessons of Bedrock each week.

*Please note the Bedrock guidance slides linked below state 2 lessons per week. At HABE we expect three lesson per week to gain the most from the programme.

Teachers will help you to succeed by:

  1. Checking at the end of each week that you have completed your weekly lessons. Forming positive habits is the first step to success!
  2. Using the feedback report, teachers will be able to support you with making the progress required.
  3. Replying to your emails within 24 hours and 72 hours for comments posted. Monday – Friday)
  4. Awarding achievement points per homework completed.
  5. Following up and work with parents and carers for incomplete work.

Student Introduction to Bedrock Vocabulary

 


Science Home Learning: Tassomai

Student expectations for success

Years 7, 8 and 9 to complete a minimum of 300 questions per week with a minimum of 80% accuracy

Year 10 and 11 to complete a minimum of 500 questions per week with a minimum of 80% accuracy

KS5 to complete a minimum of 600 questions per week with a minimum of 80 % accuracy.

Teachers will help you to succeed by:

  1. Checking at the end of each week that you have completed your weekly goal of questions and track your accuracy scores. Forming positive habits is the first step to success!
  2. Using the feedback form Tassomai to adapt planning and interventions.
  3. Will reply to your emails within 24 hours and 72 hours for comments posted. Monday – Friday)
  4. Will award achievement points per homework completed – these will be given out on a Monday.
  5. Will follow up and work with parents and carers for incomplete work.

In addition to Tassomai, we also challenge our students using Kerboodle. Please look at both support guides to help you get the most form both online tools.

How to use Tassomai

How to use Kerboodle