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05/11/20

Retweetd From CareersHGAED

Thank you for the virtual CPD this afternoon! All students and staff have access to a Unifrog account.

21/10/20

Sign up for the online launch of Young, Gifted And STEM - a new organisation for 14-18 year old Black and Minority Ethnic students with an interest in STEM subjects. This Sat 24 Oct, 10am https://t.co/sMA396agts

14/10/20

Retweetd From Harris Sixth Form

Visit the Sixth Form Virtual Open Evening @ Harris Boy's Academy & Harris Girl's Academy East Dulwich TODAY at 5:30pm- 7:00pm https://t.co/fKqzIntadG https://t.co/Hq1B06AVSX

13/10/20

Beautiful https://t.co/MxZ9gcAtJ8

13/10/20

Another fabulous poem from our superb collection. Check out poems_on_the_rye on Instagram for more https://t.co/u9F9eVh5lt

10/10/20

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https://t.co/Bo7Ip9cEAV Love the Poems on the Rye https://t.co/uH0X09npel

09/10/20

Visit our Virtual Open Day to learn more about our academy and meet Principal Carrie Senior. We look forward to welcoming you! https://t.co/St8W2bW7JV https://t.co/uFAOhzTx1n

09/10/20

Retweetd From HGAEDTales

Sadly we haven't been able to open our school bookshop this term...so for we have distributed the first edition of Tales on the Rye unlocked. Every year 7 student will choose a free book as an intoductory offer! Thanks to monthly grant. https://t.co/Nd2AB5diK0

09/10/20

6th Form Virtual Open Evening, Weds 14th Oct, 5.30pm. Find out how our Sixth Form can help you take the next step towards university, apprenticeships or work. Sign up for this LIVE online event at https://t.co/IAFwU5gt5h https://t.co/wXRJ9bWjKu

08/10/20

Retweetd From BBC Young Reporter

Disinformation, echo chambers, clickbait... What do they all mean and why does it matter? See how many fake news-related buzzwords you know with 👉 https://t.co/c0Kpo0hSZs https://t.co/neZ40ovL4G

02/10/20

Enjoying our fab new outdoor pitches https://t.co/N1eUVpNu3b

02/10/20

Retweetd From HGAEDTales

Our new cohort of year 9 students attended the virtual launch. Thanks to SLT for attending the presentation of their badges and certificates. We look forward to the year ahead a highlight. These girls will go far https://t.co/aVYDG79E1v

15/09/20

Do you have a daughter in Year 6? You are warmly invited to attend our Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 24th September, 5-7pm. Meet our Principal and senior teachers and enjoy an online tour of the school. Register now at https://t.co/4r9IaqjL7S https://t.co/m7doiYZz4l

12/09/20

Two thank yous-first to our incredible kids for being so adaptable, cooperative and so eager to be back. And second to our wonderful staff-it’s an absolute privilege to work with you

04/09/20

It was just brilliant to have all our pupils back today! We’ve missed you all. See you Monday!

25/08/20

We are very much looking forward to welcoming your daughter back to the academy in September. Please see our website so the latest information about the start of term, including staggered start dates and times https://t.co/0YqC9TR61Q

25/08/20

Retweetd From Creative Activism

Week 6: Our Heroes! Join in with this our FINAL weeks summer creative prompt by artist in residence Amy Leung. Who are your heroes? Who is your role model? A good time to reflect on those people who inspire and support us before we return to school! https://t.co/b1aIRj2EDn

18/08/20

To our GCSE and A level cohorts-please check the website for the most up to date news. It’s impossible to sum up in a tweet!

14/08/20

So proud of the sixth form class of 2020-resilient; courageous; always optimistic and off to change the world https://t.co/X8v83fQsnE

16/07/20

Year 7 girls and their parents have asked to see pics from our residential week in Loch Eil, , in Feb. We hope that you like looking back on the brilliant achievements and experiences! . LOADS of pics at https://t.co/w0jR3paQdV https://t.co/9Jnk38n6vA

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Uniform

The Academy uniform is an important part of our collective identity and sense of community.

Students at Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich are expected to wear the uniform in its entirety to the Academy on all occasions.

It is important that students present themselves as ambassadors of the Academy at all times including when they are in public places or travelling to and from the Academy.

Students wearing outer coats, cardigans or hoodies not conforming to academy policy will be expected to remove these at the gate and leave them in a safe area until the end of the day, when they will be able to collect them for their home journey. This includes coats which are not black.


Our uniform supplier

Our blazer, jumper, and PE kit (academy tracksuit, shorts and t-shirt) are available only from Stevensons, a family run, specialist uniform and sportswear provider who currently work with over 550 schools across the UK.  You can purchase these items:

Download the Stevenson's sizing guide. All non-branded items of the Academy uniform (such as blouses and skirts), can be purchased from any supplier


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Main uniform

  • Black Kilt (should be knee length) or black pleated skirt (should be knee length)/trousers/or ankle length skirt for those wishing to fully cover their legs
  • Black blazer with Academy logo
  • White open neck Academy blouse
  • Blue Academy jumper (students do not have to wear this but no other jumper/cardigan is permissible as an alternative at any time of year so purchase is strongly advised)
  • Black shoes, which can be polished (no trainers or plimsolls/canvass shoes or boots/no Vans)
  • Plain white or black socks (no cartoons/patterns)
  • Plain tights – black or tan only
  • Plain black outdoor coat (no logos, denim, leather jackets or hoodies)  
  • Headscarves worn for religious reasons should be plain black or white with no studs, sequins or other decoration

Some families may wish their daughters to wear amended uniform for reasons of religious conviction.  In these cases, a student may wear a shalwar kameez with appropriate academy trousers and with the academy blazer also worn.  Alternatively, a student may wear an abaya (hoodless only) which should be one piece and have the full academy uniform worn with it (academy trousers/skirt underneath and academy jumper and blazer also worn).  Should these options be taken, they should be plain black.  No other variations on academy uniform will be permitted.

Harris Girls East Dulwich DAYWEAR BOARD


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PE kit

  • Academy tracksuit trousers available from Whitehall Clothiers
  • Academy shorts available from Whitehall Clothiers
  • Academy T Shirt – available from Whitehall Clothiers
  • Plimsolls or trainers and white socks

 

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All girls are expected to wear the uniform detailed above.  This uniform will be checked on a daily basis at the gate.

Parents will be informed if the uniform code is breached and students are not permitted into lesson until they are correctly dressed in full academy uniform.


Essential equipment

All students should attend the Academy with the following equipment:

  • Pencil case with pens, ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener
  • Coloured pencils
  • Scientific calculator
  • Reading book (years 7-9 issued through library lessons)
  • A black bag that is big enough to hold A4 books and folders

Jewellery, nails, lashes

Students are only permitted to wear small, simple, single stud earrings and a watch. Multiple earrings are not permitted and will be removed and confiscated for collection by parents. Piercings are not allowed.

No false nails or eyelashes should be worn in the academy. Nail colour should be neutral.  Such items (false nails or eyelashes, bright nail colours) will be removed by staff.


Hair colour

We do not allow students to attend the Academy with hair that has been dyed with colours considered unnatural.


Electronic equipment

In order to prevent distractions and disruption, the Academy operates a “zero tolerance” policy for all electronic equipment e.g. I-Pods, MP3 players.  These items should not be brought into the Academy at all, and, if seen, will be confiscated.  Mobile phones are only for emergency use on the way to the Academy or on the way home, not for entertainment purposes.  We allow students to have them only for this reason.  They should be placed inside bags on entry to the Academy and remain there for the rest of the day.  If they are seen out during the day, they will be confiscated.  For security purposes, students are able to take their phone to reception first thing in the morning before lessons start and hand it in should they choose.  It will be labeled and stored in a locked cabinet and available for collection at 3:10pm.

The above text is taken from our uniform policy, a copy of which can be downloaded from our Student Welfare page.