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Looking for something new to learn about on this sunny Bank Holiday? Check out the Lots of interesting articles on a range of topics are available!


to everyone in our community who has been celebrating!


Thanks for all you are doing too! Glad to have played a small part ❤️


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What a brilliant way to spend Day 5 of , distributing over 300 breakfast boxes to our community, thank you


Another lovely message from a HAB girl for . We're loving receiving them! Thank you so much :-)


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Pls RT. Aged 14+ join us tonight from 5pm for to discuss . We will be joined by our friends from - Please email / DM to register and we will send you details. Thank you


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Great work from Ella in Year 7! Ms Burgess was very impressed! Our Shakespearean Women unit has been really exciting and students have learned lots of key words like submissive, patriarchal and superior!


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From all of us to all of you, thank you. ❤️


Thank you to our wonderful HAB girls for all their messages, sent this week to mark


We're very of the amazing messages our girls are sending this week, to mark . This one from a Year 10 HAB girl...


A lovely message from a Year 10 HAB girl for


A week of messages, sent by our girls for . "I would like to thank Miss Swistun for always replying at lightening speed to my emails and helping me when I don't understand." Year 10 HAB girl


message from a Yr 9 student: "I would like to thank Ms Newell for helping me on my computing homework. You’ve helped me sooo much on Tynker and thanks to you I now understand more. You’ve been so much help and I appreciate the fact that you’ve take time to help me."


Our girls are sending messages this week, to say to someone in our community. "I would like to thank every single teacher at HAB! They have helped us even though we are at home by giving us a virtual school (including my violin lessons online)."


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That’s great Lily! So glad you are enjoying you book. Make sure to check out Ms Morris’s recommendations on the website when you’re finished!


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Check out what Ms Morris, Ms Nicky and Ms Logan are reading during . What have you been reading? Let us know!


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It’s and we need to remember how important it is to check in with others and to look after ourselves. Please pick up the phone, have that chat you’ve been meaning to have... 😊


Our staff are enjoying reading today for . Ms Morris is reading 'Children of Blood and Bone' by Tomi Adeyemi. Ms Nicky is reading 'Love Beyond Reason' by John Ortberg. Ms Logan is reading 'Exciting Times' by Naoise Dolan. Do tell us what you are reading!


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On Wellbeing Wednesday and Day 3 of I take students on a little walk to discuss the theme of Enjoy!

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Posted on April 24th 2019

HAB FemSoc Annual Supper Club - Report and Pictures

The annual HAB Feminist Society Supper club took place on Wednesday 24th April, with 100% of the ticket price going to charity thanks to the generous donation of Bleecker Burger who hosted the event and supplied the food and drink.

This year we raised money for Imkaan, a UK-based, black feminist organisation dedicated to addressing violence against women and girls.

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"It was absolutely brilliant to see the young women of HAB FemSoc deliver yet another outstanding evening of performance and thought-provoking conversation alongside our inspirational speakers," said HAB FemSoc founder, photographer Leonora Saunders. "The girls highlighted the absolute need for focused activism and awareness in continuing to challenge the status quo and push for equality."

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The evening included an empowering line-up of performers and speakers, who shared their stories of feminist activism including:

  • Miss Yankey, Performance Poet and founder of Poetry Prescribed, who performed her captivating spoken word
  • Seyi Newell, founder of TRiBE, which creates and provides innovative personal development and leadership programmes that encourage and empower Black women
  • and Anna Bull, senior lecturer in sociology at the University of Portsmouth and a founding member of The 1752 Group, an activist group tackling sexual harassment in higher education.

The students of HAB FemSoc also performed their own popular spoken word.

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What students said...

"It was awe-inspiring. Everybody involved had created a space where honest and brazen conversations could be had. It has made me so excited and passionate about continuing the femsoc legacy." Jona, Year 12

"Truly inspirational, a chance to meet multiple active feminists who really make a difference." Tawhide, Year 13

"Very inspiring to hear the voices of really passionate women." Elaine, Year 13

"Last night all of HAB FemSoc's dreams came true, we finally had a conversation about a topic so close to us which is race and ethnic minorities. Despite it being an uncomfortable conversation because it was centered around domestic abuse and violence, we were all still so confident about talking about and sharing stories or words of advice. As head of FemSoc I am extremely proud of everyone's hard work and I can’t believe I have to say goodbye but that doesn’t mean I’m quitting it means I’m sharing my story. Last night was the best: “WE ARE HAB FEMSOC AND WE ARE ACTIVE”. Ayse, Year 13 

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Comments from our speakers...

"A lot of good things have come from angry black women, for example the #MeToo movement." Seyi Newell

"How can you help? Everybody needs to come together in solidarity and stand up for each other to make change." Marai Larasi, Head of Imkaan

"If your friends even make a degrading comment about women, challenge them, tell them that they are doing something wrong even if it is uncomfortable because if you don’t, the problem will continue." Miss Yankee, Spoken Word Poet

Zan, Bleecker manager, said how she was inspired by last year's supper club and supports HAB FemSoc to raise money for a very worthy charity.

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View more pictures in our image gallery.