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25/03/21

Year 9 students worked exceptionally well, learning how to put up a tent as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award! https://t.co/cF38BDWEni

25/03/21

This week in Science: while studying the topic of light Year 7 had the amazing opportunity to dissect eyes which has helped them to understand their structure and how we see. https://t.co/wdIYPrrTYj

25/03/21

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The Carnegie shortlist has been announced and what an exciting range of reads - the HAWI Shadowing Panel will have a tough job selecting a winner. https://t.co/gWpLj60E4s

25/03/21

Year 8 & 9 learnt how to make short bread biscuits last week. This activity proved to be a huge challenge for students. All of this was achieved in a one hour lesson! Keep up the high motivation and amazing work. https://t.co/92IVGFpyo3

19/03/21

Year Year 7 Tech Club started this week, Abisayan and Ashvath were learning how to change the colours of the lights in the Drama Studio. Come and join in on Monday lunch time. https://t.co/Bt1t4S44CY

19/03/21

Year 9 have been learning about Heaven and Hell in RS and the different interpretations of this across religions. Here are some of their visual interpretations of Heaven and Hell. https://t.co/VuqHgRgbSP

18/03/21

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Congratulations to Ashavath, 7 Wilberforce for winning the Word of the Week prize draw and the first prize: a Kindle Reader! Ashvath has submitted a sentence every single week this year, so a very worthy winner! Thank you to Sophia and Kiyaan for helping with the prize draw. https://t.co/FRcz7SPNfR

18/03/21

Year 9 students have been studying the art period, Dadaism, and have produced some fantastic personal responses to the pandemic. https://t.co/CGxlMp4Hq5

18/03/21

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Year 9 netball club is back in full swing. The girls never want to miss a training session. https://t.co/DLqPhd9fxt

17/03/21

Students are off to a flying start in Food & Nutrition! Students will complete 6 different practical cooking tasks. These will incorporate a range of different preparation and cooking techniques, so that they can independently make meals for themselves and others in their homes. https://t.co/HJ9uxLfgi6

17/03/21

We were delighted to have the visit us today to award our school a certificate for the work we have done during the Covid-19 pandemic. https://t.co/WFnkzX8R3w

15/03/21

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It’s been great to get back to extra-curricular morning, lunch and after school clubs this week! Tennis, Basketball, Volleyball, Athletics and Cricket! https://t.co/WGQjPYW6of

15/03/21

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15/03/21

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Congratulations and well done to Gibson for winning the World Book Day House Competition "Secret Reader". Thank you to everyone who took part, you entires are great - every single one. https://t.co/27BIiRo6Dg

12/03/21

Year 7 Band sounding great this week. The Music department has been very busy with all our ensembles and choirs starting up again, and 68 students continuing with their instrumental lessons! https://t.co/CBITQJOzxI

12/03/21

It was all getting a bit competitive in the Upper Academy Players! https://t.co/yQIGm9cvpQ

12/03/21

We are incredibly proud of Dhruv (7 Morris) who is the first student in the school to receive 6 Ambassador Signatures on our new Community Cards. He has shown exemplary manners around the academy. Well done Dhruv! https://t.co/62pxrfBRuN

12/03/21

Congratulations to the following Year 9s for achieving a certificate in this year’s UKMT Intermediate Maths Challenge: Kanay, Ellie, Yahya, Patryk, Berukh, Jesse, Aaron & Robert! We wish Robert good luck for the 19 March as he participates in UKMT Grey Kangaroo follow-on round!

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Welcome from the Principal: Mrs J Larizadeh

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Harris Academy Wimbledon.  We are a co-educational secondary academy set up to provide an excellent education for children in Wimbledon. We opened our doors in 2018 and in November 2020 moved into our brand-new building with our first three year groups. We will grow year on year, eventually serving children ages 11-18.
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26 March 2021Newsletter 26/03/21The students have had another great week at the academy and we continue to be very impressed by their enthusiasm for school.  I am afraid my message this week is very procedural and relates to lateral flow tests. The government have asked staff and students to continue with lateral flow tests during the Easter holidays.  Students will be given a box of seven tests next week and they need to take them on: · Sunday 4th April · Wednesday 7th April · Sunday 11th April · Wednesday 14th April · Sunday 18th April They should continue to report the results to the school and we will send a link via their email to complete the form. We have made a successful application to be part of a clinical trial in the summer term.  The trial is for 7 day lateral flow testing for close contacts of a positive case.  This means if a student/member of staff tests positive, their close contacts can still come to school provided they sign up to take a lateral flow test in school for the next 7 school days.  Once I have the full details of the trial, I will write with further information. We continue to focus on rewards and it has been a pleasure to award so many students in assemblies over the last week.  Please keep encouraging your sons and daughters to get their stickers and claim their rewards.  We are hoping that in the summer term we will be able to run some reward trips. This is the last newsletter of the term.  The students finish at 12.30pm on Thursday and I’d like to wish you a relaxing and enjoyable break. Best wishes, Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/260321Newsletter.pdf
12 March 2021Newsletter 12/03/21It has been great to see the academy full of life this week.  The students have been brilliant.  They have quickly settled back in to their lessons and have been a pleasure to chat to.  Today we recognised International Women’s Day which was on Monday 8th March by wearing a pink ribbon and reflecting on the women who have inspired us.  It has been so lovely to read about how many students have been inspired by their mum.  Here are some of their comments: ‘My mum because she is a confident person who has raised me well.  She has taught me everything I know and she is the greatest woman I know’ ‘My mum because she is always happy and believes in herself’ ‘My mom because she inspires me to be different and stand out’ These are just three comments from many.  Congratulations to all the mums who do a brilliant job every single day. Next week, we will celebrate Red Nose Day.  Donations help tackle important issues including homelessness, hunger, domestic abuse and mental health stigma, all of which have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.  It will be mufti day and students can purchase red noses (which will be interesting to wear with a mask!), pin badges and awareness bands for £1.  The Heads of house have been working with their teams to set up some stalls at lunch time – all the details are in the newsletter so if you can support with any donations, it will be appreciated. I have sent a letter home today outlining the details of the next phase of the lateral flow testing which is where students do the tests at home on a Sunday and Wednesday.  More details are in the letter which you can find here   Thank you for all your support in getting the students back to school. My warmest wishes for a lovely weekend, Mrs Larizadeh   https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/120321Newsletter.pdf
5 March 2021Newsletter 05/03/21Thank you for your support in keeping everyone safe by consenting to the lateral flow tests; I really appreciate your support in keeping the Academy as safe as possible. Many key systems and processes will stay exactly the same as they were in the autumn term. Year group bubbles, routines for social distancing and hygiene around hand-washing and nightly cleaning of our premises and equipment will not be changing. We have all got used to these measures and know they go a long way towards keeping everyone as safe and protected as possible. In line with new government guidance, there are two significant and important new initiatives that we need your support with: · Students will wear face coverings when they are inside the academy building. There are legitimate reasons for a small number of pupils to be exempt from this, but otherwise we will be expecting all pupils to wear face coverings. This is for the greater good of the health of each other and we hope everyone will play their part. Exemption cards can only be issued by Miss Pocock (Years 7 & 8) and Mr James (Year 9). · Students will complete two more lateral flow tests in the academy and I will write to you next week about the process for home testing which will begin from the week of the 15th March.  Please spend time going through the student protocols with your child before they return.  You can find the link  here A full copy of our risk assessment can be found on our website in the COVID-19 section. We have lots of different opportunities and activities planned for the students for the rest of this term and can’t wait to see them back.  We know that the experience of lockdown has affected everyone in very different ways and we will ensure everyone is very well supported.  If your child is anxious about returning, please do not hesitate to get in touch with their house tutor so we can keep an extra eye on them as they settle back in.  My warmest wishes for a lovely weekend. Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/050321Newsletter.pdf  
26 February 2021Newsletter 26/02/21I am very pleased to be writing to you about the return to school. The government have asked us to offer lateral flow tests to all students prior to their return to the classroom. This will be followed up by two additional lateral flow tests in school before students will be asked to test themselves at home. These test kits will be sent home with the children during the week of 15th March. Even though the tests are voluntary, I strongly encourage all students to participate in the testing programme. All staff will take a test twice a week. It is important that we all work together to try and keep COVID-19 out of the academy so we do not put others at risk or have to ask bubbles of children to self-isolate if we get a positive case. We have been regularly testing our key worker children who have been on site; they have quickly become experts at taking the test and now carry it out with ease. If you haven’t returned the permission form for testing, please can you return it by Monday 1st March. You can find the link here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx? id=iSUtagbWmkrU04hqmtEXll7YBEDhN9DlXK58uHsr8NUOFRKMVhKQ0xSNFo2TzBIRzhJQ05UOEFIWi4u Schedule for return Year 9 Thursday 4th March: Attend the Academy site to take their lateral flow test. Students will be sent an appointment time next week. Students need to attend in full school uniform. Monday 8th March: Return to school. Gates will open at 7.45am. Start time: 8.25am. Year 8 Friday 5th March: Attend the Academy site to take their lateral flow test. Students will be sent an appointment time next week. Students need to attend in full school uniform. Monday 8th March: Return to school. Gates will open at 10am. Start time: 10.25am Year 7 Monday 8th March: Attend the Academy site to take their lateral flow test. Students will be sent an appointment time next week. Year 7 students will continue with remote learning. Students need to attend in full school uniform. Tuesday 9th March: Return to school. Gates will open at 9am. Start time: 9.25am Extra-curricular activities will begin on Wednesday 10th March. We have put a fantastic programme together and Mr Arnold will send you and your children all of the information on Tuesday 2nd March. All students need to choose at least one after school activity and must return their choices by Friday 5th March. I will write to you next week with the details of our risk assessments including the wearing of masks. In the meantime, please get uniforms/school shoes ready and ensure your children have all their equipment for attending school. The equipment list can be found on the website and you will find the link here: https:// www.harriswimbledon.org.uk/1068/equipment We are really looking forward to seeing all of the children back in school. Have a lovely weekend, Mrs Larizadeh  https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/260221Newsletter.pdf
12 February 2021Newsletter 12/02/2021Amanda Gorman is the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history and delivered a rousing rendition of a poem she wrote for the ceremony. If you didn’t get a chance to see it, I think it is definitely worth six minutes of your time to watch it: https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZ055ilIiN4&safe=active She reminded me of the many passionate young people we have at Harris Academy Wimbledon who have a desire to share powerful and inspiring words, and we are very much looking forward to welcoming the students back into school so we can hear their voices. The lines from the poem that stood out to me were: ‘For there is always light If only we’re brave enough to see it If only we’re brave enough to be it’ Amongst the challenges that we have faced in the pandemic there have been many moments of ‘light’ that we have seen from your children. I am incredibly proud of how they have approached their school work and attendance to remote learning has been over 95% every single day – that is amazing! Thank you very much for all your support and guidance in the background; we really appreciate it. Over half term, the students need to rest and try and be as screen free as possible. We hope that we only have two more weeks of remote learning and will be able to welcome the students back on the 8th March. As soon as we have confirmation from the government on the return to school plans, we will be in touch. In the meantime, I would like to wish you a safe and enjoyable half term. Best wishes, Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/120221Newsletter.pdf  
5 February 2021Newsletter 05/02/2021During the 8th – 11th February we will be supporting Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme is ‘Express yourself’ and we’re encouraging children (and adults) to explore the different ways we can express ourselves, and the creative ways that we can share our feelings, our thoughts and our ideas. With schools partially closed and lots of uncertainty, children and young people’s mental health has never been more important. The activities for the week are as follows and we would encourage all students to take part: Feelings Matter – House Tutor Event On Tuesday 9th February students will take part in a virtual House Tutor group discussion on the importance of talking all about your feelings. Students will be shown a range of video clips which include Premiership football stars and Prince William discussing the importance of looking after your mental health. YOLO (You Only Live Once Debate) There are many ways that you can express yourself as an individual – but some ways are celebrated and accepted more than others. Many people will also feel like they don’t have the freedom to express themselves in the way that they’d like to. During the YOLO activity, students will be asked to think about and discuss two key questions – Does the phrase YOLO give you the freedom to express yourself in any way you like? And Does social media promote self expression? 7 Days about Me – House Competition One of the main activities for the week is to encourage students to take time away from the screen and create a photo montage about themselves. We would like to challenge all students to take one photo a day that captures and expresses some aspect of themselves either literally or in abstract form. Photos could include their current likes and dislikes, strengths, interests, dreams and passions. All photo montages should be submitted by Thursday 11th February to House Tutors. Winners will receive House points for their House. Dress to Express On Thursday 11th February  we will be holding a ‘Dress to Express’ day. We would encourage all students to wear something a little different (don’t go and buy anything – be creative). Their outfit should be a form of self-expression – perhaps they could make it as colourful as possible. Students should take a photo of their outfit and submit it to their House Tutor on 11th February.  All photos will then be used for an express yourself gallery in school. Have a restful weekend. Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/050221Newsletter.pdf
29 January 2021Newsletter 29/01/2021You will have heard the government announcement this week, that schools will not reopen until the 8th March at the earliest.  I know this may feel daunting as you continue to juggle work, family life and supporting your children with online learning.  We continue to be here to provide any support that we are able to; please do not hesitate to get in touch if you need any help.  The mental health of all the children in our care continues to be a priority for us.  I am acutely aware that increased isolation, lack of social contact with their friends and the pressures of social media are very difficult to navigate for young people.  Mind offer some useful advice for supporting teenagers in lockdown: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/for-children-and-young-people/coronavirus/supporting-your-teens-wellbeing-during-coronavirus/ Despite the challenges we all face as we live through this period of change and uncertainty, there is still much to celebrate at HAWI.  The students have completed a survey this week on their experience of remote learning and they are exceptionally positive.  We are thrilled that 86% of students are either ‘very satisfied’ or ‘satisfied’ with their remote education. This is due to the hard work of their teachers, as well as the resilience and independence that students have shown working from home. Where students were ‘unsatisfied’ this was largely due to access issues to remote teaching caused by slow internet or computer access - please contact the Academy if your child is struggling to access their online lessons. We had a number of lovely comments from individual students, including: “I would like to thank all my teachers because they have been working very hard lately to give me such amazing lessons”. We are reflecting on our remote learning programme all the time, and working hard to make sure that your child is able to learn from home. If you do have further suggestions for us, please do not hesitate to email info@harriswimbledon.org.uk https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/290121Newsletter.pdf
22 January 2021Newsletter 22/01/2021Thank you to everyone who has returned the parents/carers’ survey. It is really useful for us to get your feedback as we are always reflecting on how we can continue to improve.  I am also delighted that over 95% of returns have been exceptionally positive. To address some of your questions/comments, please see below: 1. We hold curriculum information evenings at the beginning of each academic year and publish a curriculum guide for each subject on the website. You will find a link in the newsletter. 2. You will receive a report on your child’s progress on the last day of each term. These are published on My Child at School (MCAS). Information is in the newsletter about the other functions of MCAS. 3. If you are not receiving information by text or email then please contact Ms Hall to update your contacts on our information system on g.hall@harriswimbledon.org.uk. 4. Please use info@harriswimbledon.org.uk to contact teachers. Staff will always endeavour to respond within 48 hours. However, if you do not get a response, please do not hesitate to contact my PA, Mrs Kirby on s.kirby@harriswimbledon.org.uk. The survey will be open until Monday and so if you have not had chance to complete it, we would be delighted to receive your feedback. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=iSUtagbWmk-rU04hqmtEXll7YBEDhN9DlXK58uHsr8NUNlIySTBKMEE2R09FUkJJWk1VSjM0N0lGVy4u We continue to be very impressed with how students are navigating technology to engage in their lessons.  Over the next few weeks, teachers will be setting them a significant piece of work which they will need to submit.  We are also very aware of the impact of the lockdown on young people’s mental health. They are all being very patient and resilient as they continue to abide by the rules and complete their school work.  Our school counsellor, mentors and tutors are always available to provide any support you might need, so please do not hesitate to contact us. Have a restful weekend, Mrs Larizadeh  https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/220121Newsletter.pdf    
8 January 2021Newsletter 08/01/21Happy New Year to you all.  It has been an interesting first week to the new year.  We all left for the Christmas holidays thinking we would be back together in January, then in the middle of the holidays we thought we would have remote education for two weeks, and then found out on Monday that we will have remote education for the first half term.  In addition, we are all aware of the increased number of coronavirus cases in London.  For me, the most important thing is that we all stay safe and well and look after each other in these challenging circumstances.  We anticipated that we may have to switch to remote learning at some point in the year and so we were ready to go with all of our systems.  I hope all of your children have managed to access their lessons; I know the majority have, as I have had really positive feedback from the teachers about how well students have engaged in this new way of working.  I must pay tribute to the teachers who have adapted their lessons in a very short amount of time.  We are committed to providing an outstanding education at all times.  There may be some teething issues so please bear with us but as soon as we know there is an issue, we quickly resolve it.  Now we know that the period of remote education has been extended from two weeks until at least six weeks, we will begin to introduce some house competitions and extracurricular activities that students can choose to do if they would like to.  Students should be focused on their school work from 8.30am – 3pm everyday and then they must turn off their screens and I suggest get some fresh air and exercise between 3pm and 4pm.  We are always here to help anyone in our community, so if you require any help or support, please do not hesitate to contact us.  Please stay safe and well.  Warm regards, Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/080121Newsletter.pdf                          
17 December 2020Newsletter 17/12/20I send this on the last day of what has been a very unusual term and I would like to use this opportunity to pay tribute to a number of different people. Firstly, I would like to thank the students.  What I have been most impressed with is their kindness, cheerfulness and positivity in coping with the new guidelines of school life.  As the number of positive cases in Merton and the school has increased, we must not let this dominate our thoughts.  We must celebrate the incredible success of the students.  During the term we moved into a brand new building and the students have been able to enjoy all of the new facilities.  We have celebrated Black History Month, had numerous house competitions, charity week, anti-bullying week, a book fair and an amazing extra-curricular programme.  The school council meetings have been very positive and they always strive to make our learning environment a better place.  A special mention must go to Year 7 who have coped brilliantly in their first term of secondary school.  I would like to thank you, the parents and carers,  who have been exceptionally supportive during this term.  Thank you for your kind messages, Christmas cards and general support of the school which I am incredibly grateful for.  I look forward to the future when I can invite you in to see this great new building and talk to you personally. Finally, I would like to thank the staff who have done an incredible job in keeping school life as normal as possible for the students.  They have adapted where they have needed to, and have been tremendous in their response to the pandemic to keep HAWI safe.  I am incredibly proud to work with such a great community. I wish you all a very safe and happy festive break.  Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/171220Newsletter.pdf                      
20 November 2020Newsletter 20/11/20I really appreciate all the support you give to us by guiding your children to support our motto of ‘make a difference’ by being kind, polite, working hard and supporting each other.  I am really pleased to report that we have given out 22,254 reward points since the beginning of the school year and many students are now beginning to collect their stickers and Kudos rewards.  You will find all the information in the student planner about the extra rewards students can claim when they reach a certain number of stickers.  We have a number of activities planned between now and the end of term.  30th November – 4th December will be our anti-bullying and charity week and we will publish all of the information in the newsletter next week.  We will also be supporting Save the Children with their Christmas Jumper day on Friday 11th December.  On Wednesday 16th December, Christmas lunch will be provided for all students who would like it and they need to sign up with their tutor next week. I hope you are all coping well with the current National Lockdown and all your families are safe and well.  The standard of cleaning and hygiene at the academy is very high.  I am very confident in all the procedures and routines we have in place so that we can minimise risk of transmission in the academy.  As you are aware, we have had one positive case so please can I ask you to remind your children to social distance outside of the academy so we can minimise the risk of anyone getting it.  Have a relaxing and enjoyable weekend.  Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/201120Newsletter.pdf
13 November 2020Newsletter 16/11/20Mr Arnold did a great Remembrance Assembly this week which we showed in all of the classrooms. He reminded everyone about how important it is to pay respect and honour those who lost their life serving their country. It was particularly poignant as Mr Arnold served as an Army Officer in the British Army from 2008 to 2013 and told us about two colleagues and friends he had lost while serving in Afghanistan. Miss Pocock also spoke to the students about keeping themselves safe when they are coming to and from school and about our high expectations of them in the local community. We expect all students to be polite and courteous and be aware of others around them. Next week we have house meetings where each house will choose their house charity and plan activities they would like to do to raise money. We will have a Charity Week during the week of the 30th November. The houses will also be given their own time capsule which will be buried in the academy grounds for students to open in 50 years. They need to decide what they would like to place in it. I have sent a separate letter about uniform and PE Kit which you will find here Please can you talk to your child about what they need to bring and wear each day. It is made a bit more complicated with COVID as students cannot change on site. I have not changed the policy, just added black joggers as an optional item for any students who would like to wear them. Many students are enjoying playing football at break and lunchtime but from Monday, they must have moulded football boots to play on the surface as if not we will lose our guarantee. The students are working exceptionally hard and when I walk around the academy during lessons, I can see students engaged in their learning and enjoying lessons. I am delighted with their focus and progress. Have a relaxing and enjoyable weekend. Mrs Larizadeh    https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/131120Newsletter.pdf
6 November 2020Newsletter 06/11/20We have had a fantastic week in our new building.  The students have quickly settled into the new routines and have enjoyed using all of the new facilities.  In the newsletter, you will see we have published information about staying safe.  Please can you spend some time over the weekend talking to your child about how they should keep themselves safe as they walk to and from school.  We also plan to talk to them about it.  I am delighted to say that I have spoken to the Department for Education and we can continue with our extracurricular activities during this national lockdown.  Consequently, extracurricular activities will begin next week and there is more information in the newsletter.   You should be very proud of how your children have approached the Covid-19 systems we have in school.  They wear their face mask, regularly sanitise/wash their hands and keep in their bubble.  It is really important that they follow the social distancing guidelines and the rules of the national lockdown outside of school so we can ensure we do not bring Covid-19 into the Academy.  If your child has any symptoms please ensure they self-isolate.  In addition, if they come into contact with anyone with symptoms they also must self-isolate.  We have a very exciting future ahead of us and I look forward to sharing all our news over the next half term. Kind regards Mrs Larizadeh https://0e58658be539ee7325a0-220f04f871df648cf4a4d93a111e3366.ssl.cf3.rackcdn.com/harris_secondary_wimbledon/uploads/document/061120Newsletter.pdf                                                
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