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21/06/24

So proud of our incredible athletes winning the Harris Federation Regionals! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/mvmXUDwaZZ

04/06/24

Year 10 had a great afternoon Fascinating session explaining research, Q&A with student ambassadors and tour. Lovely to have an HGAED alumni as our guide. Thanks and for organising. pic.twitter.com/5xGaDfpFsX

15/05/24

Using our green space to promote physical and mental wellbeing as part of pic.twitter.com/YBDT53XLAx

15/05/24

Yoga and affirmations in our Health Hut for Mental Health Awareness Week pic.twitter.com/QuboefDe9H

14/05/24

Our Mental Health week activities run by our brilliant Mental Health Ambassadors and pic.twitter.com/EAfGjl32na

09/05/24

Our brilliant Mental Health Ambassadors sharing the impact of their work as a 'Be Well Hub' on film for all to see. Thank you to for setting up this brilliant resource at HGAED. pic.twitter.com/GRHi8Ds0Im

09/05/24

Wishing all our incredible Y11 and Y13 students the very best of luck for their examinations. You have worked so hard and deserve every success. Good Luck! The whole HGAED community is behind you 💫 pic.twitter.com/3xpo6nzKUq

29/04/24

An impressive £103 raised at our Bake Sale in support of . A huge thank you to the Y10 prefects for organising and everyone who donated 👏 pic.twitter.com/J3wrTFJTVU

24/04/24

Fantastic day with working with year 7 King's Scholars. Thanks to all involved in setting up the event. pic.twitter.com/pRUL5KIoAw

19/04/24

Thank you so much to our brilliant young artists for sharing their Digital Futures exhibition with the SLT. Their presentation generated so many interesting conversations about the future of technology. Thank you so much! pic.twitter.com/k16CdR3LXS

19/04/24

Winners of the London Debate Mate Cup! Huge congratulations to our debating team - you are incredible! pic.twitter.com/I5WzP8t7vW

28/03/24

Our future lawyers loved their day . Thank you for the opportunity. https://t.co/gs8cQlBw8X

27/03/24

Thanks to supporting year 11 students' well being. A great session today with NASYouth helping students prepare for exams. pic.twitter.com/2d26XwsaUN

27/03/24

You’re very welcome - thanks for continuing to invite me! Your brilliant school has a special place in my heart.

27/03/24

You’re very welcome - thanks for continuing to invite me! Your brilliant school has a special place in my heart.

27/03/24

Not everyday you have your GCSE Text signed by the author pic.twitter.com/INXqgCT6Pd

27/03/24

Our Y11s loved their creative writing workshop with . The next generation of authors here 👏 pic.twitter.com/hGWzx8e3kY

27/03/24

Almost a decade of studying 's brilliant 'Pigeon English' at HGAED. The highlight of every Y11's year in English is the Q&A with the author himself! Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. 📙 pic.twitter.com/yviphuxdUe

22/03/24

Our brilliant Ms Noah being recognised for all her work to promote good mental health in our communities. A inspiration to our students! 👏 https://t.co/JA2Ohfty3d

21/03/24

Our brilliant choir performing with 6,000 young people . We could not be prouder of your passion, resilience and confidence. A proud day for HGAED! pic.twitter.com/7e9Jj784b8

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Uniform & Equipment

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.

Support with uniform purchases, including subsidised and second-hand items, is available. Please contact info@harrisdulwichgirls.org.uk for further information. 

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Where can we buy the uniform?

Our supplier is Stevensons (www.stevensons.co.uk). All HGAED customers will receive a FREE delivery on all orders that cost £50 or more. 

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:

  • In-store at Stevensons, 50-51 Whitgift Centre, Croydon CR0 1UQ (see link below for opening hours)
  • Online at www.stevensons.co.uk
  • By phone on 0208 734 3954

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

Please do ensure that your daughter is fully prepared with the following for her first day:

  • Blue Academy jumper from Stevensons
  • Black pleated skirt or black trousers
  • White open neck blouse
  • Black shoes
  • Plain white or black socks
  • Plain tights – black
  • Plain black or dark navy blue outdoor coat
  • Suitable PE kit (shorts/track suit bottoms and a T-shirt with trainers/socks)

Uniform 1


Other items

You can buy the following items from any high street store/online shop/supermarket:

  • Black pleated skirt or black trousers
  • White open neck blouse
  • Black shoes
  • Plain white or black socks
  • Plain tights – black
  • Plain black or dark navy blue outdoor coat

Our uniform list

  • Black pleated skirt (should be knee length) /or ankle length skirt for those wishing to fully cover their legs
  • Black school trousers (no denim/jean material or style or leggings)
  • Black blazer with Academy logo (compulsory)
  • 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/canvas shoes or boots/no Vans)
  • Plain white or black socks (no cartoons/patterns/branding/logos)
  • Plain tights – black only (black socks only to be worn with black tights if necessary)
  • Plain black or dark navy blue 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
  • Plain black/Academy issued head wrap or scarf (optional) for girls who wish to cover their hair
  • A lanyard or badge holder (provided by the academy), containing the pupil’s school ID card-this is to be worn at all times, from arrival at the academy gates

PE kit (compulsory)

  • Stevensons (www.stevensons.co.uk) will supply the academy navy shorts and Academy fitted sports T-shirt. 
  • Plimsolls or trainers with white socks which can be bought from any shop. 

Uniform 2


PE kit (optional - only available from Stevensons) 

  • Academy navy tapered sports trousers 
  • Academy navy mid layer 
  • Academy navy skirt 
  • Academy navy sports socks

Uniform 3


Essential equipment

Every student must come to school prepared for learning, every day. All students should attend the Academy with the following essential equipment:

  • Pencil case with pens, ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener
  • Coloured pencils
  • Scientific calculator
  • Reading book (Year 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.  Students must remove these items prior to entering the academy.


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 including mobile phones. 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 labelled 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.