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20/10/18

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A moment to end half term putting up our of the fortnight. Well done to these 4 girls! https://t.co/WuNgzz3z5D

19/10/18

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A spot of mountain-top yoga and meditation to end a sensational week at https://t.co/rWq4jCQVC0

19/10/18

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Our wonderful year 8 yoga and meditation instructors 🧘‍♀️ ⛰ https://t.co/5crxe82gJZ

18/10/18

"It’s a challenge. I just keep wanting to push myself”, Jessie, Year 11. Our GCSE students complete a taster session at Mile End Wall. They really supported each other but were very competitive too! https://t.co/jBObmMuFlR

18/10/18

Orangeboy by Patrice Lawrence... just one of the books by black British authors we're encouraging girls to read during https://t.co/9X7qe0yyzY

18/10/18

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Good morning from https://t.co/LdZMc99tk0

17/10/18

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Teacher of Science required at https://t.co/qZx7dZZU1E

17/10/18

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Teacher of English required at https://t.co/1jt4Yhlf31

17/10/18

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Excellent to see so many visitors at our HAB6 Open Evening last night! Applications now open! https://t.co/JlASet5dlA

17/10/18

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We’re all looking forward to waking up to this view at ⛺️ ⛰ https://t.co/4Hw67iK05M

17/10/18

HAB girls beat Oaklands School 6-0 in the second round of the U14s English Schools Association competition. Great game and played in a great spirit by both teams... well done girls! Full report https://t.co/H5D3c5SiSG . https://t.co/TDF0sLcflR

17/10/18

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Day 3 of our trip with and we’re all enjoying the incredible scenery ⛰ 🏕 https://t.co/SM8Nv7H3HN

17/10/18

We're delighted to be in the top 3% of schools in England for pupil progress, according to latest Department for Education figures. That puts us in the top 100 schools in England! A HUGE well done to all our teachers and students. Find out more https://t.co/vs6tlqo9cH https://t.co/jQxDxevaEy

16/10/18

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. once again had some brilliant results: , Harris St Johns Wood, and had great P8 scores of 0.34, 0.58, 0.89 and 1.27 respectively.

16/10/18

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A great turn out to today's HAB6 open evening. It's not too late to apply. See our website for more details!

16/10/18

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Great to see enthusiastic geographers with excellent geographic ideas and questions at 6th form opening evening. https://t.co/QgRRGHk621

16/10/18

We're encouraging students to borrow a copy of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel ‘The Colour Purple’ by Alice Walker from the HAB6 Library collection during https://t.co/ls66qi25WM

16/10/18

Sixth Form Open Evening tonight, Tues 16 Oct, 5.30pm–7pm. We look forward to meeting you! Find out more about the Harris Academy Bermondsey Sixth Form at https://t.co/UaepS2Oirx https://t.co/wpP6pDdMDg

16/10/18

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HAB6 Sixth Form Open Evening Tonight! Come and see what makes us so special! 5.30pm

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Commendation Scheme

At Harris Academy Bermondsey we have six core values (see below). These are also at the heart of our school commendation system, in which students receive commendations from their teachers for putting these values into action.

There are Bronze, Silver and Gold awards which students work towards. These awards will be celebrated in Year group achievement assemblies every half term. Gold award winners (for 90 commendations) will receive a place on a special school trip at the end of the year.

Students collect commendations on a special card that is signed by the teacher giving the commendation (pictured).

Our core values

Conscience. HAB students make decisions based on their positive conscience and can decide what is morally right and wrong. As a result, students make positive choices when considering their behaviour and learning. They do what is right even when people aren’t watching.

Conviction. HAB students demonstrate firmly held beliefs that help them make conscious decisions. They have the courage of conviction to do what is right. HAB students embrace new challenges and endeavour to have a balanced curriculum that appreciates the value of enrichment alongside academia.

Collegiality. HAB students are excellent team players. They lead by example and are beacons of excellence when representing HAB. All students demonstrate positive relations with their peers and show respect to all staff, students and visitors. They show a caring attitude to all.

Criticality. HAB students are not passive in their learning. They question the world around them and use logic and reasoning to challenge the status quo. They ask questions regularly in lessons to further their understanding, provide alternative points of view or methods of working.

Tenacity. HAB students have a determination to succeed. They demonstrate excellent levels of resilience to pursue their goals and ambitions. HAB students will not quit and see failure as a necessary step in learning to improve.

Scholarship. HAB students have a thirst for knowledge. They enjoy reading and have a open minded approach to new concepts, theories and debate. They go above and beyond in classwork and homework to further their understanding and respond to feedback effectively.

Girls earn commendations from their teachers by putting our values into action. We look forward to reporting on our award winners in our latest news section.