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14/10/19

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It’s Week at supporting wellbeing and gratitude in the final week of term! https://t.co/7TiLWWoaqS

14/10/19

Our U14 girls football team really enjoyed playing in the English Schools FA Competition. It was a close match decided on penalties (nail biting!) with HAB girls through to the next round. Well done everyone! Full report https://t.co/3iNc45tlOV https://t.co/J57VUV20lB

13/10/19

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staff! https://t.co/nlBykKkvIA

12/10/19

A moment indeed! Sending HABby feels over the valleys!

12/10/19

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MFL and EAL are ready for Open Morning https://t.co/tGkMokyBeY

12/10/19

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We’re looking forward to catching up with year 7 parents on Wednesday. Please see the link below or the letter your daughter brought home for more information. https://t.co/eobenFc7iK

12/10/19

Can’t wait to meet lots of families at our Year 7 Open Morning today, 10am - 12pm.

11/10/19

Retweetd From James Handscombe

The Harris Peckham Nursery Hub is possibly the most amazing innovation I’ve heard of. Free nursery care for disadvantaged families, 51 weeks a year, all day, meals included. What a wonderful thing!

11/10/19

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11/10/19

Well done Ms Driscoll! 🌟 https://t.co/elmQsuFIYR

11/10/19

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A nice little bit of micro electrolysis on a Friday afternoon https://t.co/81Q8i6PjdA

11/10/19

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Never been more https://t.co/FzsHztSYEc

11/10/19

Thank you for sharing your experiences. Too many experience mental ill health alone. It’s so important to signpost the support available in all its forms.

11/10/19

Retweetd From Dr Edmunds 🧲 🛰 🚀

Highlight of the day; being given an amazing sheet of biology key words/concepts. I was off task and used this sheet to highlight schema connections between biology and physics... https://t.co/nbLapR0F8Y

11/10/19

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

staff are ready for the Conference! https://t.co/MjnUCgBKMJ

11/10/19

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sharing how ‘fun lessons’ to promote student engagement is not in favour of student attainment and geography knowledge development. As a result has focused on Direct instruction. https://t.co/P57UZ6m2XC

11/10/19

Us too! 🌟 https://t.co/Ku8KGELUQc

11/10/19

Retweetd From Lyndsay Harris

Very of nominees and winners! https://t.co/xzqbyfAozx

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Posted on October 17th 2017

"Courage and Resilience" - Black History Messages Spread by Sixth Formers

A group of our sixth formers have been leading assemblies about Black history all week for younger students, for Black History Month.

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“Black History Month goes by every year and personally I think it's very important to address it, as it celebrates the lives of historical inspirational Black figures that made vital contributions to the development of society," says sixth former Susan.

"They spread a message that everyone can live by - to be resilient, confident and have the courage to stand up for what is right."

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Susan, Christiana, Arafat, Joy, Rabiat and Hafiza are among the sixth formers taking part. In the assemby today, for example, Hafiza read a poem she wrote, whilst Joy sang a Change is Going to Come. "This assembly was full of interaction and was very entertaining and hopefully the students take something from it, like being resilient, and apply it to everyday life,” says Susan.

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What students say about our Black History Month display photos

“I really like the information about Margaret Busby. Margaret set up a publishing company and published books by Black authors when other publishing companies would not. She gave Black people the opportunity to become published authors and made sure people could read stories by Black people. I want to dress up as Margaret Bugsby for World Book Day!” Chantel, Year 8


“It’s great to see Martin Luther King on the wall. He’s such an inspirational man! He stood up for the rights of Black people everywhere. He showed the world that you shouldn’t let anything affect what you believe in because anything is possible. He was an activist who used speeches, boycotts and love to change the world.” Jojo, Year 11


“I learnt about Lillian Bader from the Black History Month display. She was the first Black woman in the British Armed Forces and inspired three generations of her family to also join the forces. She opened doors not just for her family but for all people of colour. She showed the world that you can break stereotypes. When you look at history, you usually study white men. We don’t put enough focus on what people of colour have done for our world. We need to celebrate everyone, from all backgrounds.” Dilara, Year 10