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19/10/18

Congratulations to yellow house for winning our inaugural football house cup competition. https://t.co/2saGXtDP4g

19/10/18

The HAWI Community Garden is starting to bloom! Yesterday students planted the first lot of plants: winter pansies, cyclamen and lots of spring bulbs. Let’s hope the weather is good for growing. https://t.co/7Z1ZKYlrWb

18/10/18

HAWI Y7 boys A team are playing their second game. Best of luck boys! ⚽️ https://t.co/D8UVfPPn88

18/10/18

Literacy was at the heart of HAWI last week when we had a great time at the Book Fair. We raised £538.36 which will be used to buy books for the library. Thank you to all the students who bought books; enjoy reading them over half term. https://t.co/BmsGOzb0tS

16/10/18

Retweetd From Cannon Hill Police

Completed our first assembly with students at our new school. Students polite and looking smart in their uniform Thank you for inviting us https://t.co/LwpU2mnDkp

16/10/18

Harris Academy Wimbledon young leaders are officiating and coaching at the Raynes Park cluster MertonSSP year 5/6 borough netball competition. https://t.co/cvaDgigcB1

16/10/18

On Wednesday 17th October at 11.30am, we have our last OPEN MORNING before the deadline for applications on 31st October. Please email to reserve a place. Info.org.uk

16/10/18

Some of our students enjoying a hot chocolate morning for earning 5 reward stickers. Well done! https://t.co/xgpEzgPc0y

08/10/18

Welcome to Harris Academy Wimbledon Twitter. https://t.co/bJhtH00ouB

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

Bexley

Bromley

Croydon

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Haringey

Havering

Merton

Newham

Southwark

Sutton

Thurrock

Wandsworth

Westminster

Vision and Values

Make a Difference

Our motto is ‘make a difference’ and our students and staff give nothing except our very best in pursuit of making a difference to our own lives and the lives of others around us.  They are great ambassadors for the school and local community, always showing kindness and respect.

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 do not have to depend on others and can think and act for themselves.  We set challenging targets and raise aspirations so students can achieve success. 

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.