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We’re really looking forward to welcoming you in September Year 7! You might have a few questions about HAB life, if so, have a look at our ‘how to’ videos. Enjoy the rest of your summer holiday ☀️


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From our HAB6 graduates to the new class! Make sure you watch this video to help you prepare. We hope you’re all as excited to start as we are to teach you all about how things work using science 🧪 🧫 👩‍🔬


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So proud of our Y7 helping out the new starters for September! Any starting in September - this is for YOU!


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Incredibly proud of these girls (& THE BOY)... you lot were a pleasure to teach and will go stratospheric 💫 ... let me know when you reach those dizzy heights 😉


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***FREE RESOURCES*** Physics paper 1 is now finished and on the blog: Let me know if you deliver them to classes & please feel free to give feedback so I can improve for future years. Lots of SLOP/deliberate practice for students!


! You never cease to amaze us! It must be in the same location as your famed bronze statue... not sure the risk assessment covers this though!


Huge congratulations to Chantoi, who goes to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ to read Ancient and Modern History following a superb set of results today.


Huge congratulations to students graduating today with spectacularly impressive university places secured! We are so of every single one of you for your determination, intellectual curiosity and relentless positivity.


We are very of you, Nancy! Congratulations!


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Starting at HAB in September? Why not watch our short 'how to' films on things like reading a timetable, lunch arrangements and lining up. We're really looking forward to welcoming you! Watch our films at


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Vote for Active Row by RT or visit… 🚣‍♀️ have had up to 400 new girls participate in rowing each academic year!


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How to improve the healthy food environment in secondary schools? While on our programme have introduced a breakfast club so pupils start the day energised and have reduced sugar in their break time food


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So do we! And we’re to work with you!


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Sport has the power to change lives!! You can vote for Active Row in the sports category of the ! To vote, tweet


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Posted on April 3rd 2018

Dilara, Year 10, on our Latest Theme Day

Yakar Dilara 149Dilara, Year 10 (right), reports on what she learned and enjoyed during our latest Theme Day.

Theme Day, for me, was very eye-opening. For example, during my second lesson I learnt that from March 2016 to March 2017, knife crime had risen rapidly; over 12,000 people were injured over the one year period.

In my second lesson I have also learnt that 80% of people who carry knives get their own knife used against them. Unless you are a butcher, fishmonger, carpet fitter, chef or a Sikh carrying a Kirpan and you are carrying a knife, you will be arrested.

IMG 0513Theme DayCoping with stress

My third lesson was about stress and how to cope with it. Before that lesson I never knew that stress could be caused by hunger or lack of sleep. To deal with stress and/or anxiety, you could try doing exercises, such as walking or swimming, or deal with what’s making you stressed, e.g. if school work is making you feel anxious, try doing 10-15 minutes then have 20 minute breaks.

My fourth lesson was about relationships and respect. In that lesson, there was a discussion on what makes a healthy relationship good and what makes an unhealthy relationship bad. Good communication skills, having different yet some similar interests, having different friends and basic respect are some of the components of a healthy relationship. However, being overly jealous, having the same exact interests, having no other friends and having no basic respect are some of the components of an unhealthy relationship.


My last lesson was PE (pictured). In that lesson, my whole year group and I did one minute exercises, such as a plank, skipping and mountain climbers, then had a 30 second rest to switch exercises.

I really enjoyed Theme Day because I learnt something which made me more aware of the society I live in today.

Dilara, Year 10