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22/05/19

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If you have questions about how to , come along this morning to meet the team. https://t.co/eaYliwqkAP https://t.co/Z4encWjm5W

22/05/19

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(1/10) Today is the 270th birthday of , pioneer of vaccination who arguably saved more lives than anyone else in history. Here’s a THREAD 👇 in his honour. (Photo of two children - one vaccinated against smallpox, the other not - from . Follow them!). https://t.co/GrTj66toXY

22/05/19

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Ask me anything week in year 7 kicking off to a great start! Teachers will be answering their favourite questions and creating a new display https://t.co/Id2u1SwD9T

22/05/19

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What an inspirational evening! Thank you to and for hosting Yr9 Art students and their fantastic work! https://t.co/qulCQrEexa

22/05/19

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Science connections! Are you a teacher or do you aspire to be a science teacher? If you're interested in joining a very friendly & supportive department with then drop me a message!

22/05/19

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If you’re interested in we’d love to meet you! We have lots of events coming up where you can meet our team and find out about training with us! Visit our events page for more details: https://t.co/Guxm9Bd9mv https://t.co/cyd9UbIBvE

22/05/19

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I'm sure we will have plenty of designers at HAB! https://t.co/DopHjfbzRh

21/05/19

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Oh hey it's me talking about how impressed I am with my Y9 unipathways students https://t.co/4Zvolj2tUv

21/05/19

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Physics/Science connections! Are you a teacher or aspire to be a science teacher? If you're interested in joining a very friendly & supportive department then drop me a message. HAB has been a wonderful place to train & offers amazing prospects for progression.

21/05/19

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Stole a page from book and had question time w my Y7s. Fav questions: 1) How come dinosaur bones are still in the ground?🦕 2) Are all pigeons messenger pigeons now? (as opposed to passenger pigeons)🐦 3) Are there any really big fish we haven't discovered yet?🐠

21/05/19

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Very excited to welcome our first Class of 2026 Transition Club to for Languages this afternoon!

19/05/19

There is still time to apply! Don’t miss your chance to work with our incredible team and wonderful students! https://t.co/8Yyaw1kIkb

18/05/19

Fancy working in a research-led, knowledge-rich school with the most fantastic students and staff? We’re recruiting! Apply now https://t.co/NptzcuTmjX

18/05/19

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It is genuinely awesome. It’s KCL medicine outreach with a hospital heroes scheme. We’re incredibly lucky that they approached us!

17/05/19

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Creation, rejection, isolation, revenge, remorse - Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' https://t.co/supSE73BZz (9.30pm shorter repeat) https://t.co/WEuoTdIpCN

16/05/19

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It's a beautiful morning in today! We love the incredible view from our training base at ! https://t.co/dkVCo0QBev

14/05/19

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Creating sutures today. What an amazing opportunity for our year 7s! They took to it like ducks to water 👩‍🔬👩‍⚕️ https://t.co/p5QIZcyADJ

12/05/19

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Calling young people, youth workers, parents, teachers, carers, health professionals & police - how have you and your community been affected by cuts to youth services? Quick form here👇⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦ https://t.co/Vv6hIDGXrn

09/05/19

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Our year 7 girls having an amazing time looking into with and their medicine outreach team. Thank you https://t.co/5nx0074Lfe

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Posted on March 7th 2019

World Book Day, 7th March 2019 - Pictures

To mark World Book Day on Thursday 7th March we invited staff and students to dress as a character or in clothes reflecting a text of their choice. And you really went to town!

Here are just a few of your wonderful costumes. Everyone donated £1 to support the academy’s fundraising goals too, so we raised money to improve our literacy provision or donate to the charity Refuge too. Thank you everyone. We're very #ProudToBeHAB of you all.

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Great book giveaway...

World Book Day celebrates the joy and value of books and reading, especially for children. To help girls progress on their reading journeys, each one will receive a £1 World Book Day Book Token or a free book from the academy.

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The World Book Day tokens can either be exchanged for one of the twelve special £1 World Book Day books or used to get £1 off any book costing £2.99 or more. You can find out more about the books at www.worldbookday.com/books 


Those Who Read Succeed

By XueJun, Year 10

Whilst World Book Day is commonly perceived as a day to dress up, Harris Academy Bermondsey celebrates it in a different way as well. For the past three years, we’ve endeavoured to raising our students’ level of happiness and understanding by giving away books.

When asked why she thought this was important, Miss Morris said that students who read have “higher levels of happiness and better emotional awareness". Reading isn’t just an activity we’re forced to do but “an outlet for any stress”. Books the students received included:

Year 9: Africa’s Tarnished Name

Year 10: Letter From Birmingham Jail

Year 11: Why We Should All Be Feminists

Ruqiya, Year 9, said: “Africa’s Tarnished Name is an excellent prose that beautifully explains a culture that is destroyed by post-colonialism.”

The whole event was made possible by Miss Morris and the English and Humanities department. Thank you for helping us strive for a balance for better!

XueJun, Year 10