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King's College () have distributed Acer tablets to some of our students through the King's Scholars programme . They were distributed last week and the students are delighted!


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Southwark Safer Schools team have held a PSHE (personal, social, health and economic education) day last week and here's what they had to say on it 🤩


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June holiday football camps for girls ages 5-16 in South London with Girls United FA ⚽️🙌 Book your space for 3 days of developing football skills, having fun and making friends -


We are so proud of Awele, Yr 10, who has been chosen as Best New Cadet by Volunteer Police Cadets. “My sister was a cadet, which is what encouraged me to join, but I find it very personally satisfying,” says Awele. . Full story


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GO OUR CADET AWELE, rep VPC nationally!!! FAB job well done & good luck tomorrow, so proud of you!


Harris Fitness at Harris Dulwich Girls has now reopened to the public, with the majority of classes, if not all, resuming as normal. The new outside football pitch and tennis/netball court are also now available to hire. Find out more


Kenyea, Year 7, wrote this lovely poem for Mother's Day which we wanted to share with you. We hope you enjoy it too.


Thank you so much to our amazing LFD testing team and our brilliant pupils who’ve so quickly got used to the tests. We’ll get through this together-as always ☺️


We've had nearly 100 entries to our 'Imagine' poetry competition. Today we're sharing 'My Home' by Michaela, which won second prize. See the three winning poems at


A huge well done to everyone who entered our 'Imagine' poetry competition over the winter. We are fast approaching 100 entries! Congratulations to Magda for her poem 'Concentrate', which won 1st prize. See the winning poems at


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We are so proud to present our first pen portrait from a former student ⁦⁩. Gabby took every opportunity she was offered at the academy and is a fantastic role model for our students. It’s so great to hear about her experiences.


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It’s so wonderful to hear our students talking about mental health and well-being. Please follow our wonderful blog for a variety of opinion pieces. I’m sure you will agree the blog really does allow our students to express themselves


Do you need help with data or devices for online learning? If you require support with devices or access to WiFi or data, please do email For details of what we might be able to offer see


Well done!! Such impressive engagement in online learning from our girls. Thank you to the staff who delivered the lessons, the girls for working so hard and our ever supportive parents! Team effort!


We know you’ll have lots of questions about tonight’s announcements. Stay calm. We’re here to help and will update you as soon as we can. Stay safe and healthy.


Covid testing in schools. To see our letter to parents about this national scheme, including arrangements for consent, please visit Thank you.


Remote learning timetable: Year 11: starts 9:30 Tuesday Year 12 and 13: starts 9:30 Wednesday Year 7 and 9: starts 8:30 Wednesday Year 8 and 10: starts 9:00 Wednesday


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Please see our Covid-19 Updates page for the latest details of start of term arrangements. Thank you as ever for your cooperation.


If you have confirmed attendance at key workers provision, you’ll have received an email detailing all the arrangements. It’ll be great to see you tomorrow ☺️


Thank you to all our parents and carers for your patience as we confirm our key worker provision. Do get in touch via with any queries.

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It is often argued that ‘history is written by the victor’ and that the past is simply a collection of stories, that are outdated and unimportant to the world around them.

At Harris Girls academy we strongly challenge this proposition and would argue that while it may be the case that History is written by the victor, it should never be forgotten, nor accepted, and that it is the role of the current generation to rewrite this, learn from the past and forge a new and better world around them.

All pupils are given the opportunity to study History at Key Stage 3 in order to develop their comprehension of the world around them and perhaps more importantly understand how this came to be.

Within Key Stage 3, our curriculum offers them the opportunity to discover the changing nature of the British Isles through invasion, reform, revolution, empire and war. We also explore its impact upon the World and investigate both the negative and positive elements of this controversial and topical period.

We also aim to offer an alternative voice than just the victors, through our exploration of Islamic as well as African civilisation units, ensuring all Key Stage 3 students receive a diverse and fulfilling history, representing the world we now inhabit.

Within Key Stage 4 we follow the EDEXCEL exam board which offers the students the chance to study the development of crime and punishment in Britain from c.1000 to the present, Elizabethan England 1558-1588, Weimar and Nazi Germany 1918-1939 and Superpower relations and the Cold War, 1941-1991.

We believe this enables students to have a strong understanding of the world around them, the manner by which it has been shaped and continues to evolve, and the understanding of its importance in attempting to prevent the same perils in the future.

We believe History can open the door to a wide variety of careers and not just the obvious ones. The study of History is also very practical and teaches you vital skills that employers value and the world around you requires.

We strongly believe our curriculum offers you the ability to:

  • Learn about people
  • Learn to locate and sift facts
  • Handle evidence to make informed decisions
  • Communicate your ideas and thoughts in a way that makes sense to others
  • Learn about countries, societies and cultures other than your own

We therefore invite you to write your own version of History, to not allow the ‘victors’ to have the final word but instead seek to employ a study of the past to help create a better future for all.

The long term plan (LTP) for each year group can be downloaded below.