A fitting end to day one of our rewards trip! Followed by an early start today - fingers crossed for good weather! 🤞☀️


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Amazing and very proud of Harris Garrard for the hard work and positive progress with our children.Many thanks to the school team and parents for the support.


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Congratulations to and Hurst who are through to next weeks Borough Kwik Cricket Finals


This is a joint trip for students at and our academy too, as a reward for students with an exceptional number of Harris Points. Find out more about our rewards scheme at


Thank you , , , and all the many people who made yesterday's Whittington Course such an success. Raising aspiration through 'behind the scenes' visits in London's financial district. Report and pics at


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8 shortlisted to find the best secondary school in the UK & we’re thrilled to be sponsors! Congratulations


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So proud of my school and the tireless hard work that the staff put in to make a genuinely positive difference to students’ lives! 🙌🙌


Absolutely delighted to be shortlisted! This is thanks to the hard work from students, staff and parents that support our school. 🤗


We're extremely proud of Judith, Year 7, who won a Literacy Award recently for her entry on the book 'Ruby Tanya'. Judith was presented with her award at Bexley Civic Office in an awards ceremony. Well done, Judith! Read more


8 out of 10 of our chicks have hatched so far and we can’t wait to handle them. Don’t forget to buy your raffle tickets from the office for a chance to name them!


Happy Hatching Day to our first two chicks! Remember to buy a raffle ticket to win a chance to name them! Mr Shephard wants to call one ‘Piri Piri’ but we’re sure you can be more creative!


Our eggs have arrived - we can’t wait to see them hatch!


Really proud of Judith for being chosen as runner-up in the Literacy Awards for her piece inspired by reading Ruby Tanya. Congratulations! Thanks to for organising our entries.


Glad to see others enjoying our Art Gallery space! Thanks to the art team for putting lots of work into updating and maintaining our gallery.


Look at those crowds!! Not that our students were keen to throw wet sponges at members of the Senior Leadership Team... Follow the line to donate to Mr Wheatley’s marathon fund


First day back and year 11 are already stuck into a waking talking mock for English!


Our year 12s spent Wednesday evening exploring their future options


Exciting scenes at our Knowledge Maestro competition today. Congratulations to the Enterprise and World Studies hubs for being victorious!


Our Sixth Form is proud to announce its first cohort of students, who will complete their Bronze Awards by the end of the Summer Term. Find out more at


From Rudolf Hess to Lady Jane Grey. Year 5 have been learning about famous prisoners in the . This lovely writing is by Debbie. Great drawing too. Loads more great learning for our primary phase students at

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Posted on May 22nd 2019

Sixth Formers Remember Victims of Rwandan Genocide

Two of our sixth form students, Betul and John, attended a special remembrance ceremony at City Hall recently, for the up to one million people who were murdered in Rwanda during the ethnic cleansing in 1994, as part of the Rwandan civil war.

Kwibuka is the name given to the remembrance ceremony for those victims who died and is commemorated every year with events all across the world. The London ceremony was held this year at City Hall, attended by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan (pictured with John and Betul).


As part of the project, students from across the country were asked to contribute a page of remembrance which would go to creating the Kwibuka 2019 Remembrance Journal. Kwibuka means 'remember' in Kinyarwanda, Rwanda's language.

Understanding global conflcts

As part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award, our sixth formers have been working on developing their understanding of international affairs and global conflicts.

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Students attended breakaway discussions on the conflict and spoke with genocide survivors and listened to their testimonies.The groups came up with strategies on how to improve genocide understanding in schools across the country.

Betul and John in Year 12 had their pages selected for the book and represented the school at the event.

This is John’s entry for the Kwibuka Remembrance Journal, which will be used as an educational resource across the country.

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We're very proud of John and Betul for representing our school so well.

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