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23/01/19

Retweetd From Atlas Maths

Students have created and shared these representations, and now are critiquing their diagrams. #teaching4mastery open lesson. https://t.co/yF7CDAU9pH

23/01/19

Retweetd From London SE Maths Hub

Awesome PD day watching primary and secondary teaching . If you were one of the hundreds that experienced , what ideas are you taking back to your school? https://t.co/YPoNpv3PvZ

23/01/19

Retweetd From Bobby Seagull

Teachers getting ready to observe maths teachers from Shanghai - just waiting for the students now! We're at this afternoon as part of the Shanghai Teaching Showcase . https://t.co/E0uNFfJ4nt

23/01/19

Retweetd From Atlas Maths

What’s the same what’s different? open lesson . https://t.co/vkQXuaQwHY

23/01/19

Retweetd From Atlas Maths

“How can you represent ¾?” Shanghai teacher gathers ideas from students ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩, and they critique . https://t.co/kLWm30bEw4

23/01/19

Retweetd From Bobby Seagull

I like the teacher's emphasis on clarity of language.

23/01/19

Retweetd From Bobby Seagull

Looking forward to observing maths teachers from Shanghai for the first time! Going with fellow teachers from in to this afternoon as part of the Shanghai Teaching Showcase . https://t.co/PmjAZyvBAQ

21/01/19

Retweetd From BBC Young Reporter

We've created online resources to help young people identify real news and filter out and false information 👉 https://t.co/x9DkiaBYLO Register your school, college or youth group for a workshop or attend an event https://t.co/tmPyL2LOKJ https://t.co/zgGK296oHP

19/01/19

that will be running in aid of in March! Please help us raise our target of £4,400 by donating here: https://t.co/qJkQtkDYBT https://t.co/5PfOHBrG3E

18/01/19

to be reversing the languages decline. “It’s about understanding that other people don’t see the world the same way as you see it.” Well said ⁦⁦⁩ Exclusive: The schools reversing the languages decline | Tes News https://t.co/6qaHyKJVvz

18/01/19

Retweetd From Ms Valentín Lucas

Thank you for suggesting the idea of using a timeline to support and encourage students to narrate events in their answers! Year 11s have worked on these during their intervention today and found them extremely useful. https://t.co/LlHIzfE5ZY

16/01/19

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Over the Christmas period almost 12,000 volunteers welcomed 4,603 guests to our centres, held 787 advice sessions on housing, employment and benefits, and checked the health of 753 guests.

16/01/19

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Thank you to all volunteers for a great morning filled with mock interviews at 👏 Sign up to volunteer: https://t.co/yqmgDvbwbu https://t.co/tduz9lSzoI

16/01/19

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Thank you to everyone at and staff from Peters &Peters for the amazing mock interviews carried out today! https://t.co/bwo6iPqXGv

11/01/19

Retweetd From Oxford UG Admissions

Amazing achievement Chantoi, congratulations! 🎉 And hopefully she'll be the first of many! 😊🎓

10/01/19

Download a guide to our activities for the Spring term. Lots of clubs to choose from including rhythm dance and music, conversation, , , , and loads more. Find out more https://t.co/yd1cYb8XU0 https://t.co/gszomMk5v7

10/01/19

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Our are back at discussing contrasting placements and their take on the writing process. How are different schools achieving the same outcomes? Some lovely ideas being discussed. https://t.co/Q2bNOvXOkj

09/01/19

Chantoi, Year 13, has just received an offer to read Ancient and Modern History . She's our first ever student to receive an Oxbridge offer and we could not be more of her achievements. You star! https://t.co/HvEvrNA1al

07/01/19

Looking forward to welcoming all girls and HAB6 back to the Academy tomorrow from 9am for a 9.30am start. Please click this link to see an important announcement about school lunches https://t.co/M8wVWLlL9a

07/01/19

Dan in Year 10 is writing book reviews as part of her award. Read her reviews of 'The Bad Beginning' by and 'Murder Most Unladylike' by at https://t.co/CfMnLloDhz

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Library

The library at Harris Academy Bermondsey offers a huge range of books as well as access to computers and printing facilities. We also help students with iPads. Read our latest library and literacy blog posts to find out more about what’s happening.

Library opening times

Before school 8.00am-8.25am

Break time and lunch time

After school Monday and Friday. The library is open from 3pm to all students. Students must leave via reception by 4pm or wait until 4.45pm to be escorted offsite.

After school Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. The library is open from 3pm for years 7 and 8. Students must leave by 3.15pm or stay in the Library until 4pm. From 4pm-4.45pm the library is open to all students.

You can borrow two books at a time for 14 days. If you can’t find the book you’re looking for, just ask us and we’ll order it in. If you lose a book, please write a letter to explain and/or make a donation towards the purchase of a replacement.


Recommended reading lists

Parents asked us to create some lists of recommended books for their daughters, so we've done just that. We hope they provide inspiration for anyone looking for a great book to read next.

There's more to come, so watch this space...


Literacy Lions

Our Literacy Lions are Year 8 students who mark peers’ work for capital letters, apostrophes and full sentences. Our Literacy Lions are chosen because they are confident about grammar and we also train them in techniques to help them support other students.

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Reader Leaders

Our Reader Leaders are girls who help younger students with their reading. Reader Leaders are trained in phonics and comprehension and help girls in years 7 and 8 with their reading during tutor time. The results can be dramatic. “There are students who have made two years reading progress in one year,” says Amy Morris, Head of Learning Innovation.


Audio library

We’ve asked some of our most book-loving students to record extracts from their favourite books, to encourage all students to enjoy reading. The recordings are made in the HAB audio studio. Listen to our students reading from their favourite books.


Spoken Word events

Our Spoken Word events are a platform for HAB girls to share their outstanding creative writing. Students, teachers and parents are all invited to the regular showcase events, which also include music and singing. “We have some fabulous writers here at HAB and we want to give the girls a regular platform for sharing their work,” says Ms Morris.

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We very much look forward to seeing you in the library soon!