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Congratulations on your WCSQM reaccreditation - you are officially still World Class!


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HUGE SHOUT OUT TO LOUISE T (Year 9) for winning 3 gold medals 🥇🥇🥇 at the London Youth Games and a 4th place at the London Open Water Regionals last weekend 💪🏼 Very proud of you and all you achieve Lou!


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Students in Harris Academy Beckenham have worked incredibly hard this year and received a Silver award in Questions answered as well as a Bronze for MemRi goals achieved - fantastic effort!


Not long now...! Sending our best wishes to our students awaiting their results this week!


The Year 8: 2 ∞ and Beyond Maths Competition is next Thursday, 14th July. There will be three rounds to the competition. This will take place during Period 4. The students who won the competition will be judges of the rounds along with the teachers present.


HABE Mental Health Day 19th July 2022


Join us for our GCSE and A-Level Art Exhibition!


****HABE OPEN EVENTS 2022**** Register your interest now via we look forward to welcoming you all to our Academy.


The 2023 Ski Trip has launched! Please contact Miss Saunders for more information!


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🏆 CHAMPIONS! 🏆 Congratulations to for winning this year's Secondary Maths Challenge! A huge well done to all teams for their amazing efforts this year!


We are delighted to announce that HABE is the WINNER of the Count on Us Challenge 2022. The students and parents were very grateful for this opportunity. The organisation have also asked for us to be a part of a case study within Mathematics.


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Well done to everyone who have participated in the Count On Us Challenge! It’s been a fantastic day seeing young people thrive as mathematicians! Truly amazing to watch!!! Everyone should be so proud of themselves! Well done! Until next time....! 👏👏👏


Cards like these ✨ really ✨ make our day. Thank you! 😊


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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!


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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