Harborne Academy: Looking forward to another successful year for students
It has been another year of success and positive outcomes for the students at Harborne Academy, where the head teacher Mr Chris Hilton and his staff are looking forward to maintaining the momentum through 2016-17 and beyond.
Mr Hilton was very upbeat in a message to parents as the students returned to the school following the summer break.
“It has been fantastic to welcome students back to school this term,” he said. “They have arrived looking professional and ready for the new academic year.
“I was delighted to see an increase in our examination results in the summer. This is testament to... read more
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