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…. who has completed her degree in ceramics at Brighton University and who now works as a professional artist.


Scarlet Hermida won a Jack Petchy award for her achievements in netball. She decided she wanted to spend her winnings with the art department. Scarlett chose to do a ceramics workshop with ex-student of the school Rachel Lemmon more ...


Reminder: Year 10 Parents' Evening today, Tuesday 16th. See website for details. If you do not know your appointment time please contact the school as soon as possible.


Festivals of Sport at HAR Year 7 is on 16th July, is on 17th July. Pupils will be off timetable on their Festival day. They should arrive to school in full school PE kit. and meet at the sports hall at 9am where they will be registered by PE staff.


End of term arrangements. Letter from the Principal.


Summer Challenges for Year 6 students joining HAR in September


Last day of term arrangements. Information for parents


Non Uniform Day - Tomorrow Wednesday 10th July


Year 10 Parents' Evening Tuesday 16th July 2019 4pm to 7pm. See attached letter. A letter with appointment time has been sent home for each student.


get it signed by their parent/guardian and bring into school when they start in September. Anyone who manages to read more than Mr Stananought does will get a chance to have a hot chocolate morning meeting with him to talk about the books they have read.


Principal's Reading Challege. Mr Stananought challenged all our Year 6 transition students to read more books than he can over the summer holidays. Students need to make a list of al thel books they read (and they must be proper books, not comics or picture books), .. more


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Ofsted Letter and Report


Year 11 Study Leave Information


HAR SEND Team win prestigious award


HAR student choir delight patients, staff and visitors at Queens Hospital during volunteer week


During the sessions, trained coaches help students discover a career that inspires them and build a plan to get there. Students will meet professionals in their chosen careers, through video calls, assemblies from business leaders, and a summer networking event in London.


Twenty Y 10 students are on the Future Frontiers Careers Coaching Programme. Every Tuesday in June our students are travelling to FCB Inferno in Covent Garden, London to meet their professional coach for the two-hour session. Every student has a coach at the leading business.


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Posted on July 8th 2019

Future Frontiers Careers Coaching Programme for Year 10

Every Tuesday in June, Year 10 students travelled to creative agency FCB Inferno in Covent Garden to meet professional careers coaches for two-hour sessions.

Our Future Frontiers Careers Coaching Programme gave 20 students weekly sessions at the agency to help them discover a career that inspires them, and build a step-by-step plan of how to get there. Here's what we covered in the four sessions in June.

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4 June - Discover. Identification of interests and attributes.

11 June - Explore. Identification of three possible careers pathways.

18 June - Connect. Skype interview with career adviser and professionals in the students' chosen industries.

25 June - Achieve. Skype interview with careers adviser and professionals, followed by a presentation.

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To finish the programme, students attended the Careers Networking Event at City University in Angel, London, on 3rd July.

"It was a fantastic programme with all our students valuing the experience and very engaged," said Mr Goldsmith.

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What students said...

"It was a great experience and it felt like we were all on a journey to find our career." Alfie 

"It helped me find what I truly want to do for my future. Speaking to the professionals in industry really helped." Angela

"It helped me find a career that I want to pursue." Mason

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"It has helped me a lot. My coach was great at getting me to think about what I want to do." Mitchell

"It was a great experience. Skyping the careers adviser and professionals, and having the one-to-one consultations at the Careers Networking Event helped guide me to what I want to do in the future." Brooke

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