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So today was my last day what an amazing 5 years with all my girls . I have been the biggest pain ever but still have had an amazing time . Thank u too all the staff for making it amazing , I’m gonna miss u all and all the student that I know


Read how our girls were chosen to be part of the PROCESSION in London to mark 100 years of women getting the vote. A big thanks to and for inviting us. Full story/pics at


Some great pictures from the Post 16 Harris Federation Sports Day, where we were placed 4th. A huge well done to all our team and everyone who supported them!


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Amazing photographers and Afro Art creators came to to inspire young women to embrace their natural hair and skin


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So proud of our photography student for winning the competition and getting work experience out of it!


We've arrived at Thorpe Park for our annual Summer Extravaganza Trip. We're off to a flying start and girls having fun already!


Nice article in about the visit by two renowned American photographers to our school last week. Read it at


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Can’t wait for this, marching with and yr9 students from hope to hook up with at some point 😁💪🏻💥


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Fascinating to find out about all these gems that can support students, teachers and academics in exploring the opportunities in the arts


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📆 Join us on Saturday 16 June at our Parents and carers’ event! Registration is open now! 👩🏾‍🎓 👨🏾‍🎓


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We are walking for and with the feminists of the future. Celebrating activists of the past whose voices still echo through present day issues of post-colonialism, whilst perusing the hopeful futures of our young activists.


You might be interested to read about this... a visit to the school last week by two celebrated American photographers, which was hugely inspiring for our girls. Find out why at


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THE highlight of our UK trip was our visit to the academy. Thanks so much fot having us! Check out our visit below..


Read the story of how Atlanta-based inspired our students to celebrate their natural beauty and explore hair and cultural identity. And we got on CBS news too! Find out more


Retweetd From Heather Agyepong

I had the honour of working with to produce a Ghanaian inspired commemorative cloth honouring WOC activists in Britain. Come & join us on June 10th for one of the largest mass participation artworks ever seen! Watch the vid for more details


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Very proud to have been a part of this with . Join us! 💥


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Be part of something amazing! Well done to the HGAED ye9 students for their part in this film!!


Thanks for coming in! Our students really got a lot out of the visit, and thanks to too. Great initiative...


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Inspired to meet four aspiring doctors at today as part of visit. Encouraged to pursue dream of training in and for the NHS

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Exam Results and Performance 2017

Results day 2017 (10)Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich is incredibly proud of the exam results achieved by our students in 2016-17.

We achieved a provisional Progress 8 score of +0.83, meaning our girls achieved on average nearly a whole GCSE grade better than students of similar ability in schools nationally.

65% of students achieved 5A*-C grades including English and Maths at Grade 4+ – a strong performance given the new, more challenging English and Mathematics curriculum. Students now study more challenging texts in English, with no coursework, while in Maths there is greater emphasis on mathematical reasoning and problem solving.

52% of students achieved 5A*-C including English and Maths at Grade 5+. 27% of students achieved a 7+ in English Literature (compared to 18.8% nationally).

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42% achieved the English Baccalaureate, which measures achievement in the core academic subjects. This is well above the national average. Our students are encouraged to take a broad and academic curriculum with all our students having the opportunity to study a humanities subject.

The average grade achieved by our students in 2016-17 was a very creditable B. In science, more than half of the girls who took ‘triple’ science (biology, chemistry and physics) achieved an A*/A.  An exceptional 100% of students who took the Latin GCSE received an A* or an A. 

Post 16 results 2016-17

We are part of the Harris Sixth Form. Download an overview of the 2016-17 results from students at the East Dulwich Girls Campus.

Carrie Senior, Principal of Harris Girl’s Academy East Dulwich (pictured top, right), said: “We’re absolutely delighted with the girls’ exceptional GCSE results. They are well deserved and a reflection of the hard work and dedication of both the students and staff. Despite the added challenge of the new marking system, the girls’ have gone above and beyond our expectations. I wish them all the very best of luck as they progress into sixth form and further education. Well done!”

Download a parent's guide to what the new GCSEs mean.