Well done 7 Butler for winning the house cup with 402 points! Thank you to all of our students and families for your support throughout our first year. We look forward to welcoming our new cohort in September. Have a wonderful and relaxing break!


Students are enjoying the last afternoon tea of the year with Mrs Larizadeh. Well done for getting 30 reward stickers! 🍰


29 of our top students are enjoying an afternoon out at Jurassic Encounter Adventure Golf for all their hard work and effort this year!


Well done to Natalie and Dominique for winning bronze medals in shot putt and long jump!


Students are enjoying their first Federation Sports Day! Let’s win some medals🏅


Thank you to everyone who attended HAWI’s first ever Honours Evening. We hope you enjoyed it as much as the staff did!


Our year 7 netball team picking up the very first HAWI team award at our inaugural Honours evening. We can’t wait to see the plaque engraved. Well done, Girls! 🏆


Congratulations to all our award winners - tonight’s inaugural Honours Evening was such a special event. What a fantastic first year it has been.


Students are enjoying future aspirations day today. We have welcomed a variety of professionals to discuss their career with the students.


Today our Y7 cricket team played against at the Merton Borough Cricket competition. Well done to all who took part! 🏏


Thank you to the WPA for organising today’s BBQ for our new and existing pupils and families. We hope you all had an enjoyable afternoon.


Retweetd From Richard Maurice

It has begun! The first ever geography KS3 quiz! 52 students, 13 schools - Who will win?!


Well done everyone - keep going!😀


Retweetd From Harris Fed Languages

Congratulations to all finalists and winners of our 4th annual Spelling Bee! 68 students, 15 schools, French, Spanish & Mandarin = our biggest to date. Thanks to hosts & passionate teachers for supporting & entering students.


On route to win the Geography quiz! 🌍


Today we welcomed our new students who will be joining us in September. Here are a few photos of students with their memory boxes 📦.


The hockey team are having a great day out at the London youth games year 7 hockey competition. Best of luck boys!


Traffic is being kind...ETA back at school between 1:00pm and 1:15pm - PGL 2019 trip.


One final group photograph📸 We are about to get onto the coaches and head home. ETA is currently 1:15pm!


Our very own Harris Academy Wimbledon spider-men and spider-women 🕷🕸

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Central Office

















Course Content:

The course is divided into several units which will build students’ knowledge across both human and physical elements of geography. In addition students will build their geographical enquiry skills which will include map and atlas skills, the use of geographical information systems and geographical enquiry. As part of this students will complete a fieldwork day where they will carry out some basic fieldwork techniques in their local area. Students will also develop their data presentation skills, including the use of maps and graphs to present data.

Geography; My passport to the world

Amazing environments

Behind the brand

The United Kingdom

Land Ho                

Students will complete formal assessments three times a year, including end of year assessments, to assess their progress throughout the course. Assessments will require students to use their knowledge from the whole of the year 7 course. Students are encouraged to take care of their books as these will provide all the information which they need to revise for these assessments.

Course Text Books/Websites: There is no specific text book however students may benefit from having access to an Atlas at home. A day of fieldwork is carried out in the local area.

Additional Materials/Equipment required: Students should not need any additional textbooks during year 7.

Home Support Encouraging students to ask geographical questions, particularly outside of their normal environment (e.g. on holiday) will build their enquiry skills. Encouraging students to watch geographical documentaries and read geographical books will also help develop their knowledge and skills. Students should also be encouraged to watch age appropriate news e.g. Newsround and read newspaper stories.