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At the end of each term HAB girls have the opportunity to write a postcard to praise someone in our school community. They do so anonymously and 'post' them to be delivered. The idea came from one of our brilliant Year 9 girls.


Our Safety Online event for parents, due to take place on 19 April, has been postponed so that more parents can attend. Please watch out for the new date!


of our superb Mandarin Club!


"I would recommend other pupils from other schools to join their team so you could win medals but most of all have fun even if you don’t win." Read Mariam's award-winning blog post for of you Mariam!


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Congratulations Mariam on winning the blog competition


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to our Competition Winner! Mariam, year 7 from shared her first ever NJIRC experience and it is a brilliant read. Hoping to see you next year Mariam


Our girls enjoyed non-contact and elite training sessions this term, thanks to . “The programme helped me feel more confidence in myself," Niloufar, Yr 8 , , , Find out more


Our and Film Nights encourage girls to watch foreign films (and try different foods too!). “It really helped with my language skills and I loved trying the Spanish food." Iman-Olasubomi, Year 10. Find out more


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The title of this work is ‘The impact of a book’ and I think it’s rather wonderful


Special online safety information event for all HAB parents, Thurs 19 April, 5pm. Help your daughter stay safe online. Put the date in your diary and get the latest advice from experts. Refreshments provided!


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New job: Lead Practitioner for Maths .Apply now


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Thank you and for today’s STEM workshop


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Talking through ideas


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We’re problem solving with today at


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Soooo much legooooooo 😍😍


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How tall can you build your tower?


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Testing our with kits


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Excited to be at with for our workshop looking at the importance of play and problem solving though tech!


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So excited to have and in running a workshop for y8 and 9 this morning

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Posted on November 23rd 2017

"Science Club is Full of Surprises"

Key Stage 3 Science Club is proving to be a big hit with HAB girls with sometimes as many as 40 coming along after school. “We started Science Club to get the girls involved in experiments that they can do at home, such as making bath bombs, in order to encourage science outside of the classroom,” says teacher Joyce Aju.

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“Science club is really fun,” says Ahlia, Year 7. “The first time that I came we made lava lamps and when I got home, I was able to do it myself. Everything that we do in science club we can make at home which is really good.”

Last week students made their own Oobleck - a substance made with corn flour and water (pictured above). When both are mixed, something exciting happens. A new is formed that is neither solid nor liquid. When pressure is applied, it becomes hard like a solid, but gently put your finger in and watch it sink. The girls were asked to get the oobleck out of the cup and form it into a ball. Let's say it got a bit messy!

Aisha, Year 7 says: “Science Club is full of surprises. That’s why I come every week. I also enjoy the riddle at the beginning that we have to solve which makes it even more exciting and fun.” Key Stage 3 Science Club meets every Wednesday at 3pm in T1D.

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Science Club always starts with a riddle. Can you solve these two?

"I am neither a solid nor a liquid. I become a solid when you move me about or press me really hard. Some have walked on me but dare to stand on me and I will make you sink! What am I?"

"It oozes between your fingers when you pick it up, yet doesn’t stick to your skin. It comes in a variety of colors, usually green. At times it acts like a liquid, but at other times it appears to be a solid. It can be made to glow in the dark, or fluoresce under a black light. What is this strange substance?"

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