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Thank you to all ⁦⁩ Senior Leaders for your commitment and dedication.


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⁩ author of ‘Closing the Writing Gap’ addressing ⁦⁩ Senior Leadership Literacy Conference.


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🚨 NSSW 2022 🚨 Some fantastic footage of our amazing dancers from last night’s dance show 👯‍♀️ Was brilliant to have a face-to-face dance show once again!


We are hiring! PA to the Principal and Recruitment Officer - if you are a skilled administrator and are passionate about education - we'd love to hear from you!


Huge appreciation of our wonderful staff who made valiant efforts to get in today so not to disrupt the learning of our students. A special thanks to Mr Hyde who departed his house at *2:45am* to board a coach to get to us this morning


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Calling 11-16 yr olds who are interested in song writing & music production join Artstrain for a fantastic one day course ‘We Make Music’ Wed 1/6/22 10-4 at . Don’t delay book now by emailing or by phoning the library on 02039157066


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Calling potential Summer Reading Challenge Young Volunteers 2022 aged 14-18 The Summer Reading Challenge is back in Bromley Libraries for 2022 & we need Young Volunteers to play a part in making it another huge success! Interested? E-mail:


This Year 13 group’s final Geography lesson. Terrific four students who despite no field trips have been very engaged with the subject - Miss Hammer and Mr Brown send all best wishes for their results! 🌟


Flashback to Mr Brown’s last exam prep with many of his Year 11 class! 🌎


Year 12 geography trip to Kings Cross and Notting Hill - NEA skills of fieldwork data collection and exam case study knowledge - lots of walking and fun!


Our very own Mrs Goulds is walking 100km for from London - Brighton! If you'd like to sponsor her remarkable achievement the link is here


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What an incredible show of talent at the Talent Show! Each and every one of the performers did themselves proud! A huge thank you goes to the friends and family who came to support by attending the show and the staff who made it happen! 🎭🎼




HABE's Careers Fair is taking place on Friday 8th July to introduce our students to employers in order to inspire them in making the best decisions for their careers. We need guest speakers from industries such as retail, baking, hospitality, entertainment and Medicine.


They managed to complete 5 miles in an 1hr 45 in the heat and walked up the steepest of hills, but that did not stop the students. We have now raised £730 for Save the Children, and the Diversity Group members are over the moon with how their teamwork and hard work has paid off.


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are you thinking about becoming a teacher? Our experienced and friendly team will be available at Harris Girls Academy East Dulwich Wednesday 18th May 4 - 5pm. Tickets are free and available here


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The Performing Arts team are pleased to announce our talent show - Harris Academy Beckenham Extravaganza (HABE) Wednesday 25th May. Please come along to support the arts- Tickets can be purchased from a member of the PArts team

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GCSE and A level update for Summer 2023 (Yr 10 & 12)

Dear Parents/Carers,

GCSE and A level update for Summer 2023 (Yr 10 & 12)

I am writing to inform you that official communications have been received informing us that exams will return to pre pandemic arrangements and contents with no additional allowances being made for students sitting the summer exam series in 2023.

The Department for Education (DfE) and Ofqual have confirmed the arrangements for subject content in GCSE, AS and A-levels and non-exam assessment (NEA) in qualifications taking place in the academic year 2022 to 2023. This means that schools and colleges should now have the information they need to plan their teaching and NEA from September.

Given that public health restrictions are no longer in place the DfE and Ofqual have confirmed:

The usual arrangements for NEA, coursework, fieldwork and practical science will be in place. 

Subjects which had choice of topics (GCSE English Literature, history and ancient history) and a choice of content (GCSE Geography) in 2021-2022 will return to full subject content coverage.

For vocational and technical and other qualifications adaptations are no longer necessary.

The DfE and Ofqual will continue to monitor the impact of the pandemic and evaluate the arrangements this year before finalising 2023 arrangements. Their plan is to return to the well-established pre-pandemic assessment arrangements as quickly as possible.

For GCSEs, AS and A-levels, Ofqual will, as planned, consider the approach to grading for 2023 in light of outcomes in 2022.

Ofqual will also ask exam boards to look carefully at the design of the exam timetable for next year, to see if the increased spacing between subjects in the exam timetable should continue.
You can read the full guidance on the Ofqual website.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. C. Warnock