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11/09/17

Open morning for Year 6 students/parents, Monday 25 Sept, 9-10.30am. We'd love to see you! More dates https://t.co/wNBP60Sbva https://t.co/u5TuYG9gCS

06/09/17

Our open days start on 25 Sept. Come and see our academy in action. Tell your friends too! All the dates and times https://t.co/OsrH6AXYR5 https://t.co/pg8WWX8Vxq

31/08/17

Term starts Tues 5 Sept for years 7, 11, 12 and 13 and Weds 6 Sept for years 8, 9 and 10. Look forward to seeing you then!

24/08/17

Got your results today? There's still time to sign up for our Sixth Form for next term. Find out how at https://t.co/YAuqnhRXme

24/08/17

A quarter of our girls passed the tough new exam with top grades 7-9. Well done! https://t.co/Hj1UYA5PJJ https://t.co/aJEbiNnPDx

24/08/17

Congratulations to all our girls celebrating their great results today. We're proud of you all. Lots more pics at https://t.co/Hj1UYA5PJJ https://t.co/4dIwloA9AM

23/08/17

Good luck to everyone collecting their GCSE results tomorrow. We're open from 10am for results and post 16 enrolment too. See you tomorrow!

20/08/17

Reminder... GCSE results will be available from 10am this Thurs 24 August. See you then! Students must come in person to collect them.

20/08/17

Sunday Times article about successful comprehensives has us listed in "top 20 for raising standards". Proud of that! https://t.co/d3o1erM09f https://t.co/zgNxnByfBv

16/08/17

Our A Level results will be available from 10am tomorrow. Good luck to students everywhere waiting for their results!

21/07/17

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is looking for a Teaching Assistant. Apply now https://t.co/IN3DO1IAex https://t.co/jeUVNa1zXS

17/07/17

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Very excited to see Hair by Hood - by Alix Bizet on Vimeo! Check it out! https://t.co/hCNJhepC00

17/07/17

Looking forward to our event with , tonight . Lit Fest 2017 https://t.co/UwzYBZTknm https://t.co/xJGkUt1B0B

13/07/17

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GCSE HGAED will be with you next year hopefully! 😁 https://t.co/nYomQ3BolF

12/07/17

Thank you to Holocaust survivor Harry Bibring for talking to Year 8. Your story made a huge impression and won't be forgotten https://t.co/IA1jyVXVrd

10/07/17

Thanks for coming in. We enjoyed having you!

10/07/17

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At this morning working on a performance for Fri on transition to secondary school using The Odyssey

07/07/17

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Just look at how energetic our was at 😅🎉🙌 If your school wants in on the fun, email Adam.org.uk https://t.co/6kNLyvdy4w

06/07/17

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What is beauty? Respecting others, it's within you, it's not just your appearance. https://t.co/t89s0y94fd

06/07/17

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of the beauty industry https://t.co/1VHjjrihYp

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Teaching & Learning

Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich is an outstanding school in which students achieve excellent exam results across a wide range of subject areas.

  • The academy will provide an educational community that is calm, welcoming and inclusive, and in which diversity is celebrated.
  • Academy students and staff together strive for academic excellence through collaborative partnerships involving staff, students, parents, and a wide range of external experts.
  • Everyone at the academy will be studious, articulate and resilient. As a team-player, they will be responsible for their own learning and for the learning of others.
  • Learning in the academy will be high-quality, relevant and production-focused.
  • Student leadership and robust student engagement with the academy will secure excellence for all.
  • Creativity, innovation, problem-solving and risk-taking will be features in all aspects of the academy life.
  • Active citizenship will be encouraged amongst all students and will develop in our community a strong understanding of, and striving for, social justice locally, nationally and internationally.
  • Academy students will develop financial awareness, economic independence and the skills to be leaders, employees, employers and entrepreneurs in the workplace of the 21st century.
  • The health and wellbeing of students’ own lives and that of their community will be promoted at the academy.
  • The academy will promote access to a wide network of health communities who can support pathways to career choices.

The suite of policies below provide further details on how the academy support and progress the aims outlined above. The 'more able' guidance policy can be found on the Harris Federation website.

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