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19/03/19

We couldn’t agree more!

19/03/19

Retweetd From James Handscombe

If you want to be a novelist - do D&D. If you want to be a Mathematician, do D&D. If you just want a fabulous few hours with your friends, do D&D. Can not recommend highly enough. https://t.co/Bv5UqQFhmc

19/03/19

We’re really proud to have been part of it. Great event!

19/03/19

Very happy to help and a pleasure to meet your students!

19/03/19

Retweetd From UptonPrimaryPE

A great afternoon for our girls! Thanks to and the sports leaders for such a fantastic festival 👍⚽️ https://t.co/8QYlHaVQqt

19/03/19

Year 2 have been making fabulous posters to show their support for endangered animals and learn about how we can protect them. See lots more at https://t.co/QxYV8abWuDhttps://t.co/JHKXPWQlu8

19/03/19

"Last night a fierce, strong Viking came at 7.30 to a school in the area of ." Year 3, have been writing newspaper reports about a vicious Viking that has been spotted at our school. Honest! See lots more at https://t.co/QxYV8abWuD https://t.co/ZD1a7H34iO

19/03/19

Our new Club is after school every Tuesday. "It’s great seeing the children getting excited, creating fictional characters and deciding what the characters should do.” Mr Carr. Find out more https://t.co/iPdOdTj4rT. https://t.co/zuJSamA6HI

17/03/19

Thanks to all the staff and students for helping us raise over £70 for https://t.co/zNFvsl7ive

14/03/19

Look... we've got our in the foyer at lunchtime from today until 21 March - to celebrate Book Fair Week. Over 200 of the newest and best books for secondary students, from over sixty publishers. Starting at £2.99 ? Come along! https://t.co/mwEa4S3W2x

13/03/19

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Best of luck to everyone who is taking part in the March Maths Challenge this week. Don't forget there are bonus points tomorrow to celebrate . Send us your pics having fun so we can RT

13/03/19

Retweetd From HarrisDulwichGirls

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

10/03/19

We've now got our own 'Literary Canon' to promote a love of - 100 fantastic books we're encouraging students to read before they leave school. With 3 brand new copies of each one now in the school . Find out more https://t.co/uzuU9tNoxG https://t.co/kqH74r7Vf5

08/03/19

Retweetd From Leah Matthews

KS3 have made a serious dent in their HGA Canon bookshelves... https://t.co/7gjqQdvhKy

08/03/19

This week's primary newsletter is out now, with loads of pics from our fabulous World Book Day celebrations yesterday. Read or download now at https://t.co/7OiYzKA1Vu https://t.co/3WUn88E75Z

07/03/19

was a huge success with characters from all realms descending on the academy! What a fantastic day! https://t.co/sfPRpjOcDg

07/03/19

Frantically filling in the ! Who’s going to win?!! https://t.co/OcTAYdHj6p

07/03/19

Queues outside the library at lunchtime for the launch of the HGA Literary Canon! Hope you’re ready https://t.co/kW39edCbrV

06/03/19

🏉Tag-rugby update: the finals went to extra time where HGA faught valiantly but lost 2-1. Well done children and coach. See you soon!🏉

06/03/19

🏉Tag-rugby: your children have made it to the finals! ETA around 6.15pm. Apologies to those having to wait- do come in and take a seat!

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Welcome from the Executive Principal

As Executive Principal, I would like to welcome you to the Harris Garrard Academy website, where you can read about our primary, secondary and sixth form provision. Harris Garrard Academy is a new school with drive and ambition. We are an all-through school, so pupils can join us in reception and stay until they have completed their sixth form education.

Christopher Everitt - Executive Principal

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