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17 weeks in, 6000+ meals, care parcels of masks, sanitisers, little snacks & really strong relationships made through our food network at for all your help ❤️Lisa


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Enjoyed making this little lockdown vid w the school band for our virtual graduation! 🎶🙌💖 Mixing phone audio was interesting. 🤓


See a letter about Sept arrangements for our new Year 7s at this link Details of Sept arrangements for Years 8-13 are at this link Thank you.


A massive THANK YOU to all our students, parents and staff for your support over the past few difficult months. We hope you all have a great summer and really look foward to seeing you all again in Sept! 🙂


Watch the HAB Band perform 'Valerie' for our Class of 2020 Year 11 Leavers!


"Be Brave, Be Bold, Be Curious." Here's a special video message to our Class of 2020 Year 11 leavers from your teachers!


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Hi all keep an eye out for you Preparation Work for September. You will provided this in all your subjects. Check on Teams and on the school website!


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An opportunity not to be missed 🙌🏽🙌🏾💪🏾💪🏼👩🏾‍💻👩🏾‍🚀👩🏽‍🔬


Tara in Year 7 has made these lovely dolls in our academy colours to be our lockdown mascots. We’re naming them Dollinkas, or little dolls. Thanks Tara! We think they are really sweet :-)


A video message to our wonderful Year 13s as they embark on the next stage of their journey... we will miss you loads. of you, always.


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with brush pen:


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7, 8 and 9 with pencil:


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Today's will be the last tutorial for this term. How time flies!


The charity has created a great series of FREE online mini-modules to help mums develop their tech skills over the summer. You'll find modules on getting started with the internet, email, safety online, social media, and more. Have a look!


The National Literacy Trust has just announced their amazing Words for Work internship programme with Lancome, Great Portland Estates and Pwc! This experience will make your CVs and UCAS applications stand out from the crowd. Apply today!


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A great site to encourage our A-Level students to be informed of Hispanic current affairs. All summarised in just a minute and updated every hour!


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Right ... you can do this! - you've got 2 days!


Hello Year 6! If you are starting Year 7 at Harris Academy Bermondsey in September you can now watch a five-minute video tour of the school here. Let Dr Hay be your guide!

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Wellbeing Wednesday - Justice

Welcome to the first Wellbeing Wednesday of this term. The theme for this week's Wellbeing Wednesday was going to be 'New Beginnings'. But it may be hard to think about new beginnings when there is a state of dissatisfaction, disturbance and agitation in the world right now.

How can we even begin to imagine clean slates when there are issues of prejudiced attitudes and discriminatory behaviour that are still present and reflect hateful ways of thinking? How can we begin to imagine fresh starts, when we are in a pandemic that has triggered anxiety on a mass scale and completely changed people's way of life? 

However, we have to talk about new beginnings at some point, if we want things to change for the better. New beginnings means changing our mindset; new beginnings means looking for another way; conversations surrounding new beginnings means that there is hope, and there is hope every time we start talking about how things in our world need to change. 

Some of you took the time yesterday to share with me your thoughts and feelings about the blatant injustice, brutality and racism, specifically in America. When you open today's PDF, it may seem like a lot, but there are links to interviews, questions for you to ponder and facts for you to consider with regards to racism not just in America, but in the UK too. As ever, feel free to send me your thoughts. 

Please do watch this week's powerful assembly below, and then I invite you to take up the challenge of being advocates of change. It is so clear that you are feeling so many different things, and we want you to have the space to always express your feelings, and do so with grace, intelligence and integrity. We will be compelled to act because of our compassion, ambition and respect. 

Ms Filishia Senior

Watch Ms Iles-Smith's assembly on 'Justice, Equality and Peace'

Click here to download the 'Call for Justice' resource pack

On Sunday the 31st of May, Christians from all of the world celebrated the festival of Pentecost. Christians believe that after Jesus’ death and resurrection, his disciples were in hiding because they were scared. They were fearful because they thought that what happened to Jesus ( Death by crucifixion) would happen to them too.

Pentecost celebrates the gifting of the Holy Spirit, which Christians believe gave the disciples of Jesus a sudden burst of courage, strength and inspiration to fulfil the last commandment of Jesus, which was to go out and spread the ‘good news’ to the world.

You don’t have to be a Christian to see the value of this message or to be inspired. We have all witnessed an injustice, and feel emotions that we might not even be able to put into words, but we have to find the courage, strength and inspiration to condemn wrong actions and give light instead of darkness all over the world.

HAB@Home - our community newsletter

Download issue 7 of our HAB@Home newsletter. Submit your best work and photos from Wellbeing Wednesday to - and we can include your work in the next HAB@Home newsletter.