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Year 6 Transition Passport 2021
This week our Transition Passport is all about your wellbeing.
Being active is a good way to aid your wellbeing. It improves your physical and mental health, can improve your mood, boost self-esteem, quality of sleep and decrease stress, depression and anxiety. Find out more in our Wellbeing Passport, which you can download below.
Parents - you can find other useful information on our Transition - Essential Information for Parents page.
Latest HAB Passport - "Wellbeing"
In recent weeks we've given you a few HAB Transition Passports with information about the academy and weekly challenges for you to try. The most recent one is about getting organised; transport, uniform, planners – things you can start to do NOW to help you before September.
Previous HAB Passports:
- Week 1: "This is me"
- Week 2: Ambition
- Week 3: Compassion
- Week 4: Respect
- Week 5: RISE UP
- Week 6: Focus
Let’s meet... Dr Hay, Lead Practitioner
Meet Dr Hay, Lead Practitioner for Curriculum Transition. Find out how she will be helping you go from being Year 6s to HAB girls in Year 7!
If you missed them, why not watch our previous 'Let's Meet' films too.
- Ms Harris, Vice Principal
- Miss Magee, Student Support Manager
- Ms Mbuyamba, Deputy SENCO
- Mrs Senior, Assistant Principal for Personal Development
- Ms Morris, School Librarian
HAB Hacks - How to Get Organised
HAB Hacks are short films that give you a behind-the-scenes look at what it's like to be in Year 7. This week we look at how you can organise yourself, to help yourself settle in to secondary school life.
Watch previous HAB Hacks
- How to make friends
- How to find your way around HAB
- How to use a timetable
- How to line up
- How to lunch
- How to check the cover board
- How to homework
Take a five-minute video school tour...
Hello Year 7!
We thought you might like to watch a short film in which which Year 7 students talk about life at HAB. You can also see some pictures of the first day for Year 7 in September 2020, to get a taste of what it's like on the first day of term.