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04/03/24

🔬📷 Don't forget! STEAM 2024 Open Evening on March 7th, 5-7pm! Join us as Year 5 & 6 pupils team up with Year 7 girls for hands-on Science, Arts, & STEM activities. Witness heart dissections & explore STEM Club showcases. Register HERE! https://t.co/Z3sx7dDZ08 pic.twitter.com/iTIVjWuNLF

01/03/24

HAB6 at Harris City Academy celebrating International Women’s Day. Empowering the leaders of tomorrow. ‘Be Audacious’ 💕 pic.twitter.com/ZniSinIsm5

29/02/24

Get ready to celebrate World Book Day with HAB on Thursday 7th March - which book inspired character will you be? pic.twitter.com/9qeFwL1q8m

29/02/24

Exciting news! Our students shine in the UKMT Maths Challenge, with remarkable achievements including Silver and Bronze Certificates. Congratulations to all participants! Let's celebrate Math Month together! 🎉📐 pic.twitter.com/TFpF19TuEQ

28/02/24

🔬🎨 Don't forget! STEAM 2024 Open Evening on March 7th, 5-7pm! Join us as Year 5 & 6 pupils team up with Year 7 girls for hands-on Science, Arts, & STEM activities. Witness heart dissections & explore STEM Club showcases. Register HERE! https://t.co/Z3sx7dDZ08 pic.twitter.com/ML73jRfP8Z

28/02/24

Students had an out-of-this-world experience as they welcomed the National Space Academy for thrilling workshops ahead of British Science Week! 🌟 From building hydrogen fuel rockets to exploring lunar travel, they embraced the wonders of space and STEM careers. pic.twitter.com/qOBHT9N90S

27/02/24

HAB Orchestra together with & others at the QEH Southwark music's Orchestra Playing Day!! Looking forward to the concert later pic.twitter.com/29RE4c4EYP

23/02/24

Jack Petchey Regional Finals Speak Out Challenge at HAB: 16 students, including last year's winner Radiyat Omotayo, delivered heartfelt speeches. While not victorious, the event left everyone inspired. Details: https://t.co/Qz2A5LJ6Og pic.twitter.com/so9i8NNvBf

23/02/24

Join us at HAB for the STEAM 2024 Open Evening, designed for Year 5 & 6 pupils and their families, aiding their transition to secondary school. Engage in hands-on Science & Arts activities. Thur, Mar 7, 5-7pm. Register: https://t.co/Z3sx7dDZ08 pic.twitter.com/ZRQ7Bftdcf

07/02/24

Honoured to be hosts to this event this evening! pic.twitter.com/Pmz4T9Q6oS

31/01/24

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31/01/24

HAB students explored the British Museum's China gallery, delving into rich layers of Chinese history and art culture. A captivating learning experience that broadened horizons and deepened understanding. pic.twitter.com/9ryLM091Rc

22/01/24

Photography club students create their first canvas; from taking the image to printing it and even fixing it on the frame to hang up at home :) pic.twitter.com/t8bYrFViNs

22/01/24

Exploring Pembroke College in Cambridge after a chilly walk, we delved into an inspiring Law workshop. Ambassadors guided us through,answering questions, and treated us to a College tour.Huge thanks to Into University for organising a fantastic and insightful day! pic.twitter.com/C8LdNMdTlJ

16/01/24

🌟 Reminder: Our Academy Uniform Bank offers free school uniforms, PE kits, and shoes to support families. Kindly consider donating or contact info.org.uk for assistance. Let's continue helping our community thrive! 🤝

11/01/24

Harris Academy Bermondsey Admission Consultation, share your views by the 25th January. The full draft admissions arrangements for 2025/2026 can be found on our website:  https://t.co/245ABhy5qn pic.twitter.com/nesC33zMic

10/01/24

Embrace the new chapter of 2024 with open minds and eager hearts as we embark on a journey of knowledge and growth. We believe that reading is the key to unlocking the doors of understanding and imagination.📚 Happy reading, and may this year be filled with endless discoveries! pic.twitter.com/zdKHcVadtF

15/12/23

Couldn’t be more proud of our HAB dancers who absolutely shut down the stage last night! The energy from the audience was incredible. What a way to end the year! https://t.co/H1PClj4Hsy pic.twitter.com/9IWFkkOJwj

13/12/23

Our HAB6 students are having a fabulous time exploring Amsterdam! pic.twitter.com/5WxuNrXiNj

08/12/23

Our second day working, alongside , with Harris Academy schools in London. Today we’re based and our day began with DPhil student Emma Slater looking at literary theory. pic.twitter.com/57ukbV2AbE

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Student Leadership Programme

Sixth formers play a significant role in the wider school life equipping them with key leadership skills as well as soft skills highly valued by employers. The skills developed through the programmes listed below are highly useful but are particularly essential if the student is considering a vocational career such as medicine, teaching, healthcare, social work, veterinary science or the police. Students can choose how they contribute to the wider school life in the following ways:

Peer Mentoring

As part of this programme, sixth form students mentor a secondary school student who they are matched up with via a personality quiz. The students will meet with their mentees on a weekly basis providing them with advice and academic support. All students who are interested in this strand will need to attend a day of training delivered by Kidscape.

Members of the HAB6 Council

Sixth form students will lead secondary school students in meetings with the principal to discuss key matters arising in the school. They will be in charge of organising events such as fundraising as well supporting secondary school students to bring about change in an effective way.

Reader Leader

Sixth form students will support secondary school students to develop their reading skills during tutor time. They will be responsible for tracking their progress and supporting students in gaining confidence in their reading skills.

Subject and Wider School Volunteering

Sixth form students who are enthusiasts about their A-Level subject can help to revise key stage 4 content by providing subject mentoring to secondary school students.

Wider School Volunteering can consist of supporting in events such as, parents evenings, in breakfast club, in open evenings.