Great to have so many students in over the half term attending the Greenhouse Basketball Camps run by Coach Ken!


The girls have done it again! A hard fought 23-18 victory of Lilian Baylis School. Well done, girls!


A great event for all the students involved in the Wandsworth Inclusive Badminton Event. Well done, Battersea team!


Our Y11 historians visited the Imperial War Museum today and tried to crack the code first while completing a ‘treasure hunt’ booklet.


Another great win for the HABS boys coming from behind to secure a 41-38 victory! Well done!


Big shoutout to the U14 girls basketball team for yesterday's victory over St Gabriels.


A big shoutout to the U14 boys basketball team and Coach Olakotan (HABS) for their 32-28 victory in yesterday's fixture. Players of the game were David Adeyele-Phillips (Y9) and Jedeme Dale (Y7).


Well done to our Year 9 student, Kymarley Morrison, who helped Fulham U14's in their 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Kymarley has also recently been selected to represent the county.


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Thank you to all our parents who attended our first parent coffee morning of the new year! ☕️🍰! Special thanks to Mr Edwards from for listening to our parent's concerns and suggestions.


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The Prime Minister met students and teachers at school this morning and spoke to them about his ambitions to transform the education system for the better. 📚We're prioritising education with £2 billion of extra funding each year for the next two years.


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Students and staff loved meeting him


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Our incredibly talented student Maakare Dyer has co-written a book "Girlhood Unfiltered". It is a collection of essays written by young girls of colour to celebrate ethnicities and amplify their voices and visibility in all facets of life.


Y8 & Y9 Boys competed in a table tennis tournament yesterday at Harris Tottenham.


A group of KS3 students went on a PE rewards trip yesterday to Ninja Warrior Watford.


On Tuesday 13th December, 38 students from all year groups performed in the Winter Hootenanny, showing off their talents as musicians, actors, and comedians.


Celebrating the success of year 7 at the end of a busy term. Top for values points and attendance! Well done year 7!


66 KS3 students attended our world cup tournament after school on Thursday. The Netherlands won


On Friday, students in Year 11, 12 and 13 with a keen interest in Politics had the opportunity to grill Lord Borwick as part of the Learn with the Lords scheme.


Wishing HUGE luck to our Oxbridge applicants as interviews begin this week. 7 applicants have been invited to interview and we wish them all the confidence in the world!

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Each academy is led and run by its Principal and other senior leaders: we are deliberately a federation rather than a chain.  What unites us is a culture that ensures the children and teenagers in our schools get an excellent education within a happy, caring and supportive environment.

As a result of this, the vast majority of Harris academies so far to have been inspected by Ofsted have been rated either ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ with the vast majority being Outstanding.  Many of these academies replaced schools previously considered to have been failing.

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