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28/11/20

Retweetd From Dr Lauren Edwards 🧬🧫🔬

Awesome chromatography today with Y13! We did spinach, grass and buddleja 💚🌱 https://t.co/G5Dtpc3seh

19/11/20

Here's Yuki's entry to our Christmas Card Competition - one of three winners. “I was surprised to find out I had won because I didn’t expect it.” All entries will soon be on display at HAB for us all to enjoy. Find out more at https://t.co/S7M9EwPfag https://t.co/5XMbr2Qdhd

19/11/20

Tara is one of three fantastic winners of our 2020 Christmas Card Competition. “I put a mask on Santa because of lockdown and I wanted to use the HAB logo because the theme was HAB Christmas.” Find out more at https://t.co/S7M9EwPfag https://t.co/1fIjdzJvmc

19/11/20

Well done to Jodi, Yuki and Tara - winners of our 2020 Christmas Card Competition. All entries will be displayed as an exhibition in the school restaurant and make a fantastic display! Here's Sobia's entry, inspired by the book 'Northern Lights'. Details https://t.co/S7M9EwPfag https://t.co/uMpHf5NQFn

19/11/20

We're hosting a parents' information evening, "How to Keep My Daughter Safe" on the 10th December, 5.30pm, which will look at student safety outside of HAB. All parents are warmly invited. Click here for info and to register https://t.co/J9gY9LPJq0 https://t.co/5vUoNhv3SA

16/11/20

Retweetd From Petra Programming

Brought some Xmas spirit in light of with my festive for https://t.co/DRAkHVdzZ7

16/11/20

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

staff and students are embracing for https://t.co/hdFN4OFDTS

13/11/20

Retweetd From charlie mackesy

It’s World Kindness Day. https://t.co/ZaomGhpbEt

11/11/20

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

Our Personal Development theme for this week is ‘Remembrance’. HAB students are making their own poppies that staff will be buying so we can donate to the Y8 assembly focused on this today! https://t.co/kuYoaCnpHH

11/11/20

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

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06/11/20

Retweetd From miss antoinette wilde.

How beautiful is this ; Inspired by Anansi The Spider! 😍Year 7 have my heart 🥺 https://t.co/CNEOsIA39H

03/11/20

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Not the best quality phone camera pics but still...what a beautiful view we have! 😍 https://t.co/8nW1dOLbNv

22/10/20

Retweetd From Dr Hellen Hay

This is going to be incredible... and as it’s virtual will be open ACROSS THE UK!!! Share widely to give your BAME pupils a nudge in the best direction 👩🏿‍🔬👨🏾‍🔬🧑🏽‍🔬👩🏽‍⚕️🧑🏾‍⚕️👨🏿‍⚕️👩🏿‍🚀🧑🏽‍🚀 https://t.co/xxKgMKkCrb

16/10/20

Join us on Zoom for our final live online open event, on Sat 17th Oct, 10am, and see for yourself how we could make a difference to your daughter's future. We look forward to welcoming you. Register at https://t.co/xtRe06t565

14/10/20

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

If you haven’t had chance to join for one of our virtual open events yet then there are just two opportunities left! Sign up for the one taking place at 5.30pm today here: https://t.co/ZtIfX6w2kz

14/10/20

Our final two Zoom online open events for Year 6 children and their parents are on Weds 14 Oct, 5.30pm, and Sat 17th Oct, 10am. See for yourself how we could make a difference to your daughter's future. We look forward to meeting you! Register at https://t.co/xRTkXziEJN https://t.co/LzdAvrmzOv

13/10/20

Retweetd From ENGLISH@HAB

We are currently running a writing competition for Black History Month based on African story telling! Who will win? Ms Oni has all the details! https://t.co/7zsTxDfWPD

10/10/20

We are so sorry but we are having technical difficulties and appear to have lost our Webinar section on Zoom, which means the meeting planned for Sat 10 Oct, 10am cannot take place. Very sorry. We will host another Webinar next Saturday (17th) at 10am so you don’t miss out.

09/10/20

Retweetd From Dr Hellen Hay

Want to know more about the first few days as a HAB Girl... watch the video and register for our live event TOMORROW! https://t.co/HZXfb1tJns https://t.co/XhuUUG18tl https://t.co/buIUkv63sI

08/10/20

Retweetd From Dr Hellen Hay

We are looking forward to seeing all your pupils at our Virtual Open events 👇🏿👇🏾👇🏽👇🏼👇🏻 https://t.co/XhuUUG18tl https://t.co/DRJWG9EkFL

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Posted on November 27th 2018

Prize-Giving 2018 - Celebrating Achievement

Our fourth annual prize-giving took place at Clothworkers’ Hall in the City of London yesterday. This prestigious event, which celebrates academic achievement, sees prizes given for top performance in each subject taught at the school, in each year group.

“It is important that students who consistently perform at the top of their subject are praised and celebrated,” said Principal Rebecca Iles-Smith. "Our prize-giving is just one of the ways that we motivate all our girls to continue their hard work on a daily basis, and to show how proud we are of their achievements." See a complete list of winners below and also our photo gallery of pictures from the event.

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Community awards

Two students received special awards for their exceptional contribution to the HAB community. Ayse received the Karen Harrild Award for Community while Susan was awarded the Roger Hiskey Award for Leadership. The awards were created to celebrate Mrs Harrild and Mr Hiskey, long-standing members of the HAB community, who both retired from teaching in 2017. Mr Hiskey said: "I'm thrilled and delighted to come back here and see friends, and give an award for leadership to Susan."

This year we were also pleased to welcome back two former HAB sixth formers, Amal and Samaya, who took time away from their university studies to speak to our award-winners. They described coming to HAB as "the best decision we could have made". Now they are at university, and having to be more independent, they really appreciated how much the HAB teachers had helped them out, they said. We were also delighted that our Councillor for Southwark was able to attend the awards along with our Deputy Chair of Governors.


What students said...

"I really like coming here. It makes me feel great to have achieved so much and have it all recognised by the school." Basmala

"I’m very excited to be here and I feel very important." Madyson

"It’s a good opportunity because it enables HAB to celebrate the talent of the students because it encourages more students to do well." Korede


What parents said...

"It's great to come here and participate in [my daughter's] achievement, I’m very excited and proud of her."

"It's lovely and well organised and a really nice atmosphere."

"A very impressive and very elegant event."

Sera, Maths, Year 7

Sera, who won the Year 7 prize for mathematics, pictured with her proud parents. Here's a complete list of all our 2018 award-winners. We're immensely #ProudToBeHAB of you all.


Year 7 winners

Habiba - History, Sciences, Spanish

Samantha – English

Sotin – Geography

Deanne – Dance

Isamar – French

Karen - Computer Science, Physical Education, Religious Education

Serra – Mathematics

Hifa – Art


Year 8 winners

Ibtisam – Sciences

Taiwo – Mathematics

Madyson – Spanish

Naima – Art

Amina – French, History

Sidney – Religious Studies

Nuha – Geography

Ava – English

Amara – Physical Education

Sydney – Dance

Lucy – Computer Sciences


Year 9 winners

Sara – Mathematics

Raghd – Religious Studies

Sydney – Drama

Basma – Geography

Fawzia – French

Thien – Computer Sciences

Nilufer – Art

Basmala – Dance

Richelle – Music

Zuthika – Chemistry, Physics, Spanish

Xue – Biology, English, History


Year 10 winners

Madeha – Physical Education

Vivian – Geography

Grace – Chemistry

Laura – Spanish

Tulika – English, History

Georgina – Computer Science

Shelley – Mathematics, Music, Physics

Bintu – Religious Studies

Ayesha – Biology

Maria – Art


Year 11 winners

Safa – Physics

Victoria – Business Studies

Fatjona – Drama, English

Niambi – Art

Amy – Biology

Mikhayla – Spanish

Yesmine – Computer Science

Malvina – French, History

Melany – Geography

Nasra – Physical Education

N’Taiya – Religious Studies

Lilly – Chemistry, Mathematics

Korede – Drama

Ruwaida – Citizenship


Year 12 winners

Ramisa – Business Studies

Hafiza – Geography

Sarida – History

Susan – Biology, Chemistry

Sahra – Sociology

Iman – French

Chantoi – English

Reece – Mathematics, Physics


Year 13 winners

Maryam – English

Fatmanour – French

Amal – Business Studies, Sociology

Victoria – History, Mathematics, Physics

Adelaida – Geography

Harsa – Biology, Chemistry


Karen Harrild Award for Community – Ayse

Roger Hiskey Award for Leadership – Susan


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Ogechi entertains our Prize-Giving audience with her singing.

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Our audience was also entertained by Thien who performed on the Erhu, a Chinese instrument.

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Our 2018 Prize-Giving took place at Clothworkers' Hall in the City of London.

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