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We have today donated 300 pairs of Science goggles to the NHS - Bromley NHS will be sending them to care homes, social work and GP surgeries this week.


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PLEASE RETWEET: with 36,000 families at our schools in London and Essex, we want to supply food parcels for those in need (on top of free school meals which we’re already doing). We’ll fully fund this but URGENTLY need a supermarket chain to help.


Harris Academy Beckenham Coronavirus Update: the Academy will remain closed to Year 9 and Year 10 students on Friday 20th March 2020. All other year groups to attend Academy as normal. Please visit our website for further information.


Harris Academy Beckenham Coronavirus Update: the Academy will remain closed to Year 9 and Year 10 students on Thursday 19th March 2020. All other year groups to attend Academy as normal. Please visit our website for further information.


Please note that Harris Academy Beckenham is partially closing to Y9 and Y10 students on Wednesday 18th March 2020. Please view our website for further information. Our website will be updated every day at 4.00pm with new information.


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Calling all HABE students to showcase their performing talents tonight!


British Science Week - Careful design and planning have resulted in some amazing houses being built exclusively from recycled materials - working towards the future!


Our Y11 students engrossed in a Macbeth workshop in preparation for their Y11 English Literature exam. This performance was followed by a Q&A session giving our students the chance to understand in greater depth the character's intentions, behaviour and mental state of mind.


More visitors to our HABE during British Science Week - fascinating and beautiful!


British Science Week - ZOOLAB. Always a favorite with our students and staff! Snake skins to rats! Fascinating facts and hands on experiences.


... And here we have our finished bath bombs! Well done!! They smell divine and bath time will be a real treat for some of our lucky students or Mums perhaps?


British Science Week at HABE! Making bath bombs today! Today mixing the raw ingredients - tomorrow we see the final results once they have set ...


HABE WBD 2020!


Science and beyond! ...


Invitation to all HABE students! Come and tread the boards and showcase your talents!


Thank you for a brilliant workshop with our Student Commisioners this week.


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Today we launched today we start to make physical activity a habit


Many congratulations to our Y7 Debate Mate team, who have valiantly battled their way through the qualifying rounds today to earn their place in the final against Harris Academy Bermondsey.

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Posted on October 31st 2019

Careers Speed Networking Event Inspires Year 13

In October we welcomed 35 guests from The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) to speak to our Year 13 students about the careers and pathways they took to get where they are today. 

The aim of the event was not only to develop the soft skills required as our students move closer to entering the workplace, but also to help our students explore different careers paths. We were fortunate enough to welcome people from a wide variety of industries including banking, photography, insurance and finance, architecture, journalism and law.

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The event began with a workshop on developing a CV from Chrysalis and then ‘how to be genius in 21 days’.  This was followed by a presentation from Lord Harris and Chandra Sharma from FSB, energising the students for the speed networking session.

During the speed networking session, the students had one minute to talk to each business before the hooter hailed the students to move on to another volunteer. The buzz in the hall was electric. Students developed their self-confidence with every person they spoke to.

The feedback from both businesses and students was incredibly positive. Many of the students have been provided opportunities by the businesses to extend their interests further via work experience and interview practice.

We would like to express our thanks to everyone who took part however with special mentions to Chandra and Sarah from FSB for ensuring that the event was a resounding success. 

Ms Mullard, Assistant Principal

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