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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

07/01/19

Club students Desire, Nour and Talia-Rae took these fantastic pics of our Christmas Show at the end of last term. It was their first taste of performance photography and they did a great job. See more pics at https://t.co/oGivXV6E4M https://t.co/4BMnQDHddE

06/01/19

Retweetd From Sian Griffiths

Calling all 12 & 13 year old girls - fancy yourself as a codebreaker? Get your school to enter a team for the girls competition and see if you can crack the puzzle here https://t.co/S8M0AFZq8m

05/01/19

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Rise after falling 💪👏 https://t.co/bRwjwm9zqf

02/01/19

Retweetd From Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Sí, se puede. https://t.co/Mdkf01qKZQ

30/12/18

Retweetd From Crisis

Today is the last day of Crisis at Christmas in London. We want to say an enormous thank you to every single person who donated, volunteered and fundraised. Without you, simply wouldn't happen for our thousands of guests. https://t.co/pGz0t8KdPJ

27/12/18

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Volunteers make Christmas happen. From listening to our guests, to preparing food, repairing clothes and looking after their possessions. We can't count the ways our volunteers have helped bring a smile to the faces our guests this . Thank you! https://t.co/0cyOEq8DtW

25/12/18

Retweetd From Crisis

VOLUNTEER CALL We are still urgently seeking night shift volunteers for our centres in Paddington, Bermondsey and Croydon. If you have any free time over the next few days, please do consider applying. If you can't make it, please share! https://t.co/8EWCGRioje https://t.co/NtiC32a8IA

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Exam Results 2018

Staff and students at Harris Academy Bermondsey celebrated record GCSE results in 2018.

  • 49% of students achieved at the demanding English Baccalaureate with at least a grade 4, compared to 42% last summer.  
  • Under the new system, passes are marked on a scale of Grade 9 (equivalent to an A**) to Grade 4 (equivalent to a C).  40% of girls achieved at least one of the top Grades 8 or 9. Over a quarter of students secured at least one Grade 9.

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Read a report on our results in Southwark News.

Lilly will be among only a few students in the country to have achieved 8 or more of the new ‘super’ Grade 9s.  Congratulations are also due Mistura, who achieved seven grade 9s. Mistura said: “I am overwhelmed. I exceeded my expectations of myself. Hard work pays off.”

Lilly added: “I am shocked and proud of my results. They mean I can go on to study the subjects I want to. I have achieved these results through lots of revision, resilience and not giving up.”

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Naomi, who achieved three Grade 8s, one 7 and three 6s among her results said: “I am over the moon. I wasn’t expecting this result. I am really happy and I am not the only one to exceed my expectations but my friends did too.”

Amaal, who achieved one 9, two 8s, four 7s and an A grade among her results said: “It feels surreal. Your entire year is working up to this day. Now we have got what we wanted.”

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Other notable individual successes at the academy include:

  • Melany started at the academy with no English in 2012 and has secured an excellent set of GCSE results, with a good pass in all subjects and Science, French, Spanish, Maths all at Grade 7-9 (equivalent to an A-A* under the old system).
  • Safa achieved six Grade 9s, three Grade 8s and one A*. She said of her excellent results, “I achieved grades I didn’t think I would” and that the advice she would give to other students studying for their GCSE examinations is to “trust your teachers and do what they tell you to do”.
  • Mia secured an excellent set of results, including a Grade 9 for English Literature. A keen student of music and drama, she will be continuing her studies at the prestigious Brit School.

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“We are thrilled to be celebrating a record set of results at our academy," said Principal Rebecca Iles-Smith (pictured above left). "Our girls have performed fantastically well across all subjects, including the demanding EBacc. I am so proud of what they have achieved and I look forward to following their progress in the coming years."