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HAB Culture Day took place yesterday, with students dressing in the styles and fashions that represent their culture, or a culture they appreciate. Celebrating our differences, as well as our common interests, helps unite and educate us.


Interested in a place at the Sixth Form for September? Hear from our current Year 12 and 13 students to discover all of the opportunities that are available to you as students of HAB6. Applications are open until the end of December. Get applying now!


Aneela, Year 9, has written a great article about the new and exciting clubs being introduced to our extra-curricular timetable. Read what she says at


Sixth Form Open Evening, Thurs 4th Nov, 5.00-6.30pm Come and see the wonderful Sixth Form at Harris Academy Bermondsey at our open evening on Thursday 4th November from 5.00-6.30pm


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Come and see Harris Academy Bermondsey Sixth Form at our Open Evening, Thurs 4th Nov, 5.00-6.30pm. Both internal and external students are welcome to attend. We look forward to welcoming you. Details at


A huge thank you to Catherine Johnson for delivering some fabulous workshops with Year 7 today. Students left the sessions inspired and keen to write more!


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Final day in Scotland! It was the best experience ever and I enjoyed it so much!


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I’ve enjoyed this trip so much! I loved it! I had the best time ever and did things I thought I could never do


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gloves at the ready… come join us to plant bulbs & fill the greenhouse 🌷🌱🌺🍐🥕🍅🥔🥬🌶


Our students are all having a brilliant time on their trip to Scotland!


The first 'planting party' for our new Wellbeing is on Sat 9th Oct. Come and help us prepare our raised beds, borders and greenhouse. No experience needed. Click HERE for details and to sign up!


The student HAB Outward Bound trip to Scotland has arrived safe and sound!


We look forward to welcoming you to our Year 6 open mornings in September and October 2021. Full details (including how to reserve a place) at


Welcome to our new Year 7 girls on their first full day of school! of you all!


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From the pool to school: Olympian celebrates GCSE results


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Congratulations to Andrea from who has received fantastic today 👏 ✍️


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Good luck to all Harris students receiving their GCSE results today 👏 We'll be posting updates and photos throughout the day to celebrate their fantastic achievements


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And finally, it's lovely to see the amazing achievements of Olympic diver and student Andrea Spendolini-Sirieix featured too


HAB students are today celebrating another set of superb results. There was much excitement as students opened their envelopes and were thrilled to find that they had achieved brilliantly, with many achieving the top grades of 7, 8 and 9. Details at

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Posted on November 10th 2021

"Our Trip to The Globe", by Ashleen, Year 10

Ashleen, Year 10, reports on our recent trip to Shakespeare's Globe to see a performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

On Thursday 30th September, 30 students went on a life-altering trip with their Drama teacher, Ms Harvey. The group was anointed with free tickets to The Globe Theatre to see A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare.


The play focuses on the power of the imagination and its ability to overcome all. Themes of redemption, love and forgiveness are also central to the play.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream begins with Egeus asking Duke Theseus to uphold a law that says fathers may choose their daughters’ husbands. Egeus chooses Demetrius to marry his daughter Hermia but Hermia’s heart belongs to another.

Even though some of the old English language was confusing, students described their trip to The Globe as a great experience! Everyone was very thankful to their teacher, Ms Harvey, who explained the plot to them.

Overall the drama students enjoyed the new experience but agreed that they needed some more time to get used to the Shakespearean language.  

“Their acting was great!” said one of the drama students who was mesmerised by how talented the actors were (excluding the disappointment upon seeing one of the actors holding a script!).

During the trip, Ms Harvey complimented the students on how well they behaved as she was utterly impressed. “Visiting the historic open air Globe Theatre for our first Drama trip following the pandemic was absolutely brilliant," she said. "The production's set, costume and musical elements were a refreshing take on the much loved 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. Year 10 Drama represented the school excellently throughout and lots of laughs were had!”..

Personally, I would love to go back to The Globe. One of the plays I am eager to watch at The Globe is Romeo and Juliet because I know the story line. Therefore, when the actors speak in Shakespearean language,  I will understand what they are saying!

By Ashleen, Year 10