A million dreams.


HAWI Rocks! You rocked! 🎸🎹🥁🎤


Let it be


It was lovely to welcome so many parents to our Autumn term celebration this evening. Thank you all for coming. A special well done Year 7 - you were fantastic!


Students are busy rehearsing for their Autumn Celebration tonight.




A great art assessment piece produced by Monica in Year 7. Monica has made rapid progress this term!


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Students enjoying their Principal’s breakfast this morning with Mrs Larizadeh.


The students had a great time using their science technology and maths knowledge to break the codes to unlock the 'Hacker Boxes'. Huge thanks to STEM Ambassador Luiz Simpson from for organising the activity and telling students about his route into cyber-security.


We look forward to welcoming our parents and carers this Thursday evening at 7pm for our Autumn term celebration. It is going to be a fantastic evening.


Students are enjoying a principal’s breakfast this morning with Mrs Larizadeh.


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We will be raising money for by having a Christmas Jumper Day on Thursday 20th December. We can't wait to see lots of fabulous Christmas jumpers.


Viewpoints photography - Charlie, Year 7.


Year 7 have now finished their topic of electricity and are well into studying the last topic of the term, cells. Some great photographs of cheek cells as well as an electricity practical using the Van Der Graaf generator.


7Yellow are getting in the Christmas spirit and making a rather large paper chain...


A fantastically fiery and Christmassy last session for our scientists at Kings Wimbledon today - a great way to round off the week!


Students from have been coming to assist our Year 7’s with Latin Culture Club on Friday afternoons.


A sneak preview of one of the performances 🎶

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Welcome to Harris Academy Wimbledon

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Harris Academy Wimbledon.

We are a brand-new co-educational secondary academy set up to provide an excellent, well-rounded education for local children in Wimbledon. We welcomed our first Year 7 students in 2018 and we will grow year on year, eventually serving children ages 11-18.  

Our academy is an outstanding place to learn, providing an innovative, inclusive and happy environment for our young people. As well as promoting academic achievement across the curriculum and an enriching extra-curricular programme, we support students to make decisions wisely so they are fully prepared for adult life. As part of the Harris Federation, a family of academies across London, our students also benefit from wider opportunities and resources.

We know that our students will leave us academically successful, but we also want them to be well-rounded individuals with a highly developed social conscience, ready to lead in their communities and beyond. Our motto is ‘make a difference’ and our students and staff give nothing except their very best in pursuit of making a difference to their lives and the lives of others around them. 

Three words are crucial to how we guide students to be able to ‘make a difference’:  independence, integrity and resilience.

Independence means we support students to develop their skills and attributes so they have everything they need to succeed. We set challenging targets and raise aspirations so every single one of our students reaches their potential.   

Integrity means staff and students must be fair and truthful and have the courage to take the right action in every situation, even when no-one is looking.

Resilience means we give students the tools to recover from difficulties.  We show students how taking risks and making mistakes is all part of the learning journey.  We also show students how hard work brings success, and support them to persevere with all challenges.

Please do visit us on our open days and chat to our students and teachers about their experiences here. It really is a wonderful school and we would be delighted to welcome you.


Joanne Larizadeh