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18/04/18

Retweetd From Moon Lane Ink CIC Children’s Bookshop

Our next book review is now up! Filmed at Tales on the Rye- the school bookshop created in collaboration with https://t.co/8ZVGXTvZhL

05/04/18

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The Uncracked Code has been flying off our shelves. We also had it reviewed by students Watch here! https://t.co/UtasEu3AhR

03/04/18

Congratulations to the fantastic speakers at the "Speak Out" Challenge Regional Final last week. And especially worthy winner Omotola from . Our own Hafsa (pictured) was the fabulous MC! https://t.co/7IQkOTuBL2

29/03/18

Our girls raised £126.38 for by bringing in spare copper coins. Great work everyone... 289,000 children under five die each year due to illness linked to dirty water. We're raising money for water, toilets, hygiene https://t.co/drTuTb8qXB

28/03/18

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A big thank you to Chris Brown and the team for hosting a brilliant Southwark Regional Final this evening!

28/03/18

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"The ability to speak and articulate your thoughts and ideas is essential in life" Thank you Carrie Senior Head of for your very warm welcome tonight.

28/03/18

Retweetd From Georgia Hewson

The team make running the Southwark challenge a piece of cake. 😉 https://t.co/UZO864q6cL

28/03/18

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Here's our amazing MC for tonight's event, last year's Southwark Champion Hafsa from https://t.co/jd5GAKjozb

28/03/18

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Southwark's turn tonight for a Regional Final . Hafsa Ahmed, last year's Champ, will be our MC for the evening. Come and support Southwark's young speakers! https://t.co/c2dP754eP4 https://t.co/tij38KHwKW

28/03/18

Pics from our Staff vs Students and matches last week to raise money for . Yes, there were questionable tactics and variable talent on display throughout(!) but everyone had a great time... bring on next year's rematch. https://t.co/fP07uwq0TS

27/03/18

Year 7 are really enjoying their project with on understanding national identity and Britishness. See our new national flags and anthem at https://t.co/SWeN391OMz https://t.co/FzgX8KlvqJ

15/03/18

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Sneak preview new exhibition - The Missing Chapter: Black Chronicles thanks to for an inspired resource, curated by yr9 students, and nearly ready to open debate around missing histories in our curriculums https://t.co/5sIJj0bm1L

14/03/18

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‘Arts are key in transforming lives’ Karen Elsea

14/03/18

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Excited to be attending the APPG for art and design education at the Houses of Parliament today. A range of interesting conversations on the agenda

13/03/18

Retweetd From Beth Follini

Just delivered a red box full of sanitary protection donated by generous folk to - it’s very satisfying to volunteer as coordinator! Saying with ! https://t.co/7izm4nLCud

13/03/18

We're honoured to have received THREE educational outcomes awards for 2017 from - for being in the top 20% of schools for student attainment, the top 10% for student progress, and for the great performance from pupils eligible for the pupil premium. Great work everyone! https://t.co/Gif0qRfXq5

13/03/18

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Great year 4 benchball festival today A huge thank you to our sports leaders from you girls were fantastic!! 👏🙌🏐🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼 https://t.co/HlAFIHFyG2

13/03/18

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A big well done to our Year 4 benchball winners.... 💪🙌🏐🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏼🏆 https://t.co/ydRD42DnuX

11/03/18

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Fantastic listening to male feminists and their experiences Calum - speaking on challenging the curriculum

11/03/18

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Sharing what we will do to make change for progress. Ayat wants to start a feminist club inclusive of both students from and get in touch! https://t.co/J2ZahyX29i

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.

Academy Values and Principles

Our vision is develop students with character, commitment, courage and conscience, who become academically and personally successful and lead in their community and beyond.

Our values

Our values help us define our culture and how we do things.

  • Fairness. Our moral purpose: We believe in giving our girls and our staff incredible opportunities so that they can grow and develop into great people. We make good humans with character and conscience.
  • Relationships. We value relationships based on mutual respect and trust, building a strong team who are honest and open with one another. We have courage.
  • Authenticity. We consciously aim to embed trust and honesty in our daily working practices.
  • Generosity. We value a generosity of spirit and recognise this brings out the best in people. We offer our time and attention to others and appreciate one another’s efforts.
  • Happiness. We believe that we are at our best when we have a rich life beyond our studies.

Our principles

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.