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Your Transition Passport 2020
Welcome to your Transition Passport. On this page you'll find lots of helpful resources to help you make the transition from your primary school to HAB.
Thank you so much to all of you that shared a copy of your first passport and challenges with us – it is great to meet you all and watch this space as we endeavor to answer your questions!
It was also great to ‘meet’ so many of you at the Transition Webinar on the 19th of May. You had some excellent questions, some of which are answered in this week's 'Respect' transition passport. ‘Respect’ is a Core HAB Value and something all HAB girls have – for themselves and for the HAB community.
We would love to see our new #HABGirls taking on the challenges in this week's passport, so please email me at Hellen.Hay@harrisbermondsey.org.uk to send me pictures or answers, or tweet us @HABermondsey using #HABTransition. You can download all the previous passports below too.
Parent and carers...
Please see our special section for parents and carers of Class of 2027, which will hopefully provide you with useful tips and information to help you and your daughter make a successful transition to HAB.
Let’s meet... Ms Mbuyamba, Deputy SENCO
Ms Mbuyamba is our Deputy SENCO and Teacher of English. Find out a little bit more about what she does at HAB, and why she's so #ProudToBeHAB.
Meet other member of HAB staff by watching our previous 'Let's Meet' films too.
These are your next 'HAB Hacks' – short films that takes you behind the scenes at Harris Academy Bermondsey. These videos will give you some ideas about how our school systems can help you during the day at HAB.
Previous HAB Hacks:
This week's HAB Passport - "Respect"
Each week we'll give you a new Transition Passport with information about the academy and weekly challenges for you to try. This week's passport is all about Respect, one of our Core HAB Values.
Previous HAB Passports:
Hello Year 7!
We thought you might like to see some pictures of the first day for Year 7 last September, to get a taste of what it's like on the first day of term.