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21/03/19

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Excited for this event tomorrow where our 6th form students will be performing a piece choreographed by the inspirational Mr Campos - come along! https://t.co/tU4T61Cbqa

20/03/19

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Fantastic talent on display great musicians and inspiring speakers. well represented.

20/03/19

FREE workshops in April at University London for 13-18 year olds. and more. Find out more https://t.co/1hxFimAfaZ https://t.co/rTy6eLCjoM

13/03/19

A new online service is available to 11-19-year olds across and south east London, offering free, anonymous and emotional well-being support. Visit https://t.co/79J7oCN24X for details. https://t.co/Z2qStm1eka

07/03/19

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Thank you to and for visiting today with Year 12 students. We hope you enjoyed your Taster Day experience of and thank you to for the tour! https://t.co/mAyGiKySkW

28/02/19

ParentPay reminder. Please remember that funds added to ParentPay for school lunches can take up to 48 hours to process. Please do keep this in mind when deciding when to top up. Thank you.

27/02/19

Calling 15-17 year old girls... Women in Engineering Conference 2019 https://t.co/Fgt3lzDX4w via . Free places available. Apply before 29 March https://t.co/5HNnApPS4M

26/02/19

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Yr9 artists creating a collaborative response to https://t.co/1UjVizEXkO

26/02/19

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Shaking up the 1800s with an art takeover https://t.co/QWareAbpLx

26/02/19

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A fab march through the gallery bringing contemporary art response to interact with the 1800s. Art inaction!

26/02/19

Year 9 girls... still time to apply for a summer school at Imperial College London about the breadth of disciplines available when you study and subjects. Find out more at https://t.co/tM4zq85fT0 Applications close 5 March https://t.co/9jFVnlQ4HG

26/02/19

Reminder about the parents’ information evening on Thursday 28th Feb at 5:30. Getting very excited about our Year 7 trip to Wales!!

13/02/19

Supporting ECHO during Be bold and be loud! Wear red (or pink) tomorrow! All proceeds to

12/02/19

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Interesting discussion about Constable, ‘you need to get wet to get to the brighter side of life’ https://t.co/bfdfWPbQiY

12/02/19

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for exciting art workshops https://t.co/9pe6CwHtjd

07/02/19

Well done to our girls (and their fantastic teachers!) for helping us come top for academic attainment in our group of 55 schools with similar intake across England and Wales. We're proud of you! Full story https://t.co/ft7Vp8mrbh https://t.co/cUmzPHnru7

06/02/19

Please get an earlier bus girls!! https://t.co/c6dBdwSbJT

01/02/19

School is definitely OPEN! Looking forward to seeing you all at 8:30

27/01/19

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Posted on October 12th 2018

Mayor of London Sadiq Kahn Praises HGAED

The exceptional performance of Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich has been honoured by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan.

Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich has been recognised by the Schools for Success programme, because of its excellent outcomes for all learners including those who need extra help to fulfil their potential, especially low prior attainers and those in receipt of Pupil Premium support.

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“I’d like to congratulate Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich for the fantastic work of their staff and pupils in the last year," said Mr Kahn. "London has some of the best schools in the country and by working together we can make sure that every young Londoner is given the opportunity to reach their full potential.”

Sharing best practice

The Mayor’s programme aims to improve expectations and raise standards for London’s schoolchildren, regardless of their background. Now in its second year, Schools for Success has created a network through which schools can share experiences and best practice with others across London.

Principal, Carrie Senior said: “We are delighted to again be asked to share our success via the Schools for Success programme. It’s a wonderful opportunity for schools to share ideas and learn from one another. We’re very proud of the girls’ achievements and the brilliant support and teaching from our staff that helps get them there.”

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Only around six per cent of the capital’s schools are invited on to the programme. Of the schools recognised this year, more than a third, like Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich, are participating for the second year running. All participating schools are encouraged to share their expertise with others through seminars and visits so that their success can be multiplied across London.