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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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So !


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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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All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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The Dance curriculum at HAB is designed to expand a student’s creativity through knowledge of dance as an art form, practice of performance, creation of choreography and cultural appreciation of professional dance works.

Dance in education has shown that dance challenges conceptions of intelligence and it can enrich the culture of the students by cultivating collaboration, respect and compassion.

Students study a cumulative curriculum, developing core disciplinary knowledge and the skills required to produce choreography and performance. The curriculum is planned cumulatively so that each year students add layers to this knowledge to further deepen their understanding of the skills and how to apply them successfully.

Students develop their substantive knowledge of Dance as an art form across historical, cultural and social contexts through exploration of dance practitioners and styles such as Merce Cunningham, Frederick Ashton, Matthew Bourne, Kate Prince, Akram Khan, contemporary, ballet, hip-hop, Indian and samba dance.

This range of dance practitioners allows students to interact with different dance styles, cultures and choreographic approaches, affording them the opportunity to explore the diverse offering Dance as an Art form has to offer within a creative world. They use this disciplinary knowledge to fuel their creativity and develop physical, technical and expressive skills to enable them to creatively problem solve, work effectively with others and produce dance performances and choreographies.

The curriculum develops hinterland knowledge through a working practice of movement experience. Students will acquire core knowledge of the human body through practice and performance, developing technical and physical skills their bodies need to produce high quality outcomes. Students build knowledge of how to develop and apply these skills to a range of stimuli and different dance styles through their curriculum experience at HAB.

The ambition is for students of HAB to leave with an appreciation for creativity, built on a strong foundation of practical experience, that enables them to apply their knowledge and skills in any job role. 

Medium-term plans (MTPs) for all years can be downloaded below.