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A really unique opportunity to discuss learning with the lovely students - how should teachers be trained? “Be happy!”


Particularly at this time of year, we advise that female students avoid walking to school alone or walking home alone. There have been a number of incidents over the last two months (mostly in the morning) in the borough. Our message: be streetwise, be alert, be safe.


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Thank you to our year 12 Art students for helping us with the HoS stage design


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As always, a stunning music performance from Israel in y13 at Sixth Form Open Evening


HAGR staff: as always, you rock. Well done tonight at Open Night.


Looking forward to meeting all our future students at our Sixth Form Open Evening tonight! 5-7pm


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An immensely enjoyable evening discussing how to craft an outstanding Music curriculum, with colleagues from at What a view from the 8th floor over the London skyline, too !


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Well done to our year 7 singers- great Sing Up concert! Thank you to everyone who came


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auditions sounding fantastic- great turn out!


We've begun building our new massive Astro pitch!


Well over half of Y11 in today at revision classes or STEM club. Well done and thanks to staff for running sessions.


Told London staff & students re your inspiring podcast. Our motto: Step into your Greatness. Sounds like extreme ownership?!


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on 'The Expert Leaner' & of ability. Are high attainers a product of environment and study habits?


Thank you - the real work is done by our amazing staff who ensure bhvr management so consistent and who give kids such a great deal.


As we come to the end of a busy term, HAGR staff please know this: you are awesome. Kids, you're not bad either ;)


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Year 7 IL Tasks



Week 1

Research the author David Almond. Create a poster of his life, other novels and his inspiration for writing Skellig. The most detailed and creative will be used for a display in the classroom and will be presented to the rest of the group

Week 2

Draw what you think a modern day angel might look like and label with details about its appearance and personality.


Week 3

Skellig appears like a sort of angel but his manner and appearance differ sharply from traditional ideas about angels. Create a table showing the differences between Skellig and a traditional angel.


Week 4

Mina gives a very good argument against going to school. Write a letter to your head

teacher arguing that you should be able to learn from home. Make sure you use at

least three strong reasons and back them up with evidence or facts.

Week 5

Look up the mythical story of Persephone. Either summarise it in bullet points or

create a storyboard of the key events.

How does this myth link to the story.

Week 6

In what ways could ‘Skellig’ be considered a book for people of all ages, not just for

children? Write around 300 words.

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