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19/10/18

Retweetd From Creative Activism

Excited to be for a#ARTiculation discovery day. https://t.co/9aVS79hVEJ

19/10/18

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Great to be welcoming and to and this morning for our first Year 9 and 10 Discovery Day visit of the academic year! We hope you enjoy your visit! https://t.co/9ZyExMt2ko

17/10/18

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Fantastic to haveMark ‘Mr.T’ Thompson leading our final session, weaving poetry into what has been a fascinating week of words, art, collaboration, hairy tales, archives, stories and sharing memories. https://t.co/ZJN7VHYbu5

17/10/18

Our in-house statistician has pointed out that we've been in the top 5% of schools for the past seven years (not 4%), but still pretty good huh?!

17/10/18

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Ria HGAED artist leads a workshop on her art work The Changing Face of SE15, as discussions evolve the words are stitched into the garment https://t.co/LryX13Hk5p

16/10/18

So proud to be in the top 4% of schools in England for pupil progress, according to latest Department for Education figures. to our our amazing teachers! Find out more https://t.co/qAHHMRB8XC https://t.co/mwxmUqiisz

15/10/18

Very proud to have received the Mayor of London's award for second year in a row. Mayor Sadiq Kahn: “I’d like to congratulate Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich for the fantastic work of their staff and pupils." Great work everyone! https://t.co/pjQA5ES98r

15/10/18

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Wonderful evening of Hairytage discussions. Thanks to Nadira and Ahamed for leading the Debate Cake session, to our panel of speakers Ria Addison Gayle HGAED artist, Alix Bizet - artist, Dr.Camilla Stanger -Goldsmiths and Sandra Vacciana- Know Your Roots project. https://t.co/TCiUOAxOWC

15/10/18

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A level workshop with Alix Bizet, discussing , the plight of Afro hair salons in https://t.co/0DEqqB3Q27

12/10/18

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Reimagining the archive, a mix of research, symbolising stories, creative explorations with conversation and music. https://t.co/ePWyoFVjqh

12/10/18

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Hairytage is underway! First session is yr9 HGAED students interviewing Peckham residents. Inspired by The Mussing Chapter: Black Chronicles thanks to . Creating a living archive. https://t.co/pBGQgEDR9Q

12/10/18

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Delighted to have Dr. Nicole King from Goldsmiths university leading the second session today, discussing Afro American texts that speak to the themes of Hairytage. https://t.co/RIpg5LyZtz

12/10/18

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students commenting on the texts to open the discussion. https://t.co/e7rAoWeKM4

10/10/18

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So delighted Dr.Camilla Stanger is joining our Hairytage discussion this Saturday! Come down to 6pm-9pm for debates, live art making, mapping and chatting! https://t.co/1Dkz1mf6vz

04/10/18

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CHECK OUT OUR GUIDE - OPEN DAYS FOR TODAY INCLUDE: Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich, 9am – 10.30am St Saviour’s & St Olave’s School, Bermondsey, 10.45am https://t.co/UJ3jBOe64R

28/09/18

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Plans are coming together for ‘Hairytage’ with artist Alix Bizet and for lots of interesting workshops, debates performances, watch this space!! https://t.co/4XgFiksulA

28/09/18

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Fantastic to see our amazing Year 9 students at their induction into the Harris Experience programme - the future is looking bright! https://t.co/lUU8Tq1Uo4

28/09/18

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Know anyone who would be willing to share their stories/memories of Peckham with our students as part of our Hairytage live art event? Please get in touch! https://t.co/HQVgm5MDML

27/09/18

Retweetd From Miata Amy Noah

I’m so proud that I got a chance to do my bit for the . It is such an amazing opportunity to do something simple like get a swab test that could potentially save a life! I’m inspired by Sarah Thompson her story is amazing keep up the good work https://t.co/SYqal2ppTC

26/09/18

Retweetd From ACLT Charity

Registration donor drive loading... Huge thanks to Sarah who teaches at the school & is a previous patient ACLT supported. Sarah found her match, received her transplant & happily shares her story, to highlight the importance of joining the register. We ❤ her! https://t.co/LB7SlNmLjr

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We are committed to ensuring all our students leave Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich with the very best results. We achieve this by great teaching, which is assessed through regular and rigorous testing.

The results of these tests are communicated to parents via the student report. The AMLG is the student’s assessment grade for that subject and the TMLG is the teacher prediction of what the student will achieve at the end of Key Stage 4. All assessment grades predict what a student will achieve at the end of Key Stage 4. Students are set end of Key Stage 4 targets based on their Key Stage 2 SATs results. A student should be achieving or exceeding this grade throughout their time at HGAED to ensure they achieve the best results.

Key Stage 3

In Key Stage 3 students sit termly written assessments in every subject. These tests are written centrally by the Harris Federation and test a student’s understanding of the content and skills they have covered to date. The marks are sent to the Federation for standardising and the student receives an assessment grade (an AMLG grade), which predicts what the student would achieve at the end of Key Stage 4, should they study this subject.

Key Stage 4

In Key Stage 4 students sit written assessments every half term, in every subject. As we offer a wide variety of option subjects at Key Stage 4, the methods of assessment are more diverse than at Key Stage 3. In English, Maths and Science students sit centrally written Federation assessments which are standardised centrally and produce an AMLG for the end of Key Stage 4. Other subjects use a range of assessment material, most notably past and specimen examination papers. Students in Year 10 and 11 sit their half termly examinations in the school hall. This is to build their confidence in the environment in which they will sit their external examinations. The mock examination schedule is published in advance so that students get a real experience of what the external examination period will feel like. Students entitled to access arrangements for examinations have their provision for every internal examination.

Key Stage 5

Our Post 16 students are assessed regularly through essays and examination questions; these form a core part of Post 16 homework tasks. In addition, students sit Mock Examinations in the school hall. All of the papers are written centrally by the Federation and moderation takes place in each subject. Students receive a published examination timetable in advance and sometimes have study leave so that they are able independently to organise their revision time.