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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

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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

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Posted on September 16th 2018

Principal's Blog

Year 7 have had a fantastic first full week at the Academy.  I am delighted with how they have settled in; they are eager to learn and are being supportive of each other. 

In tutor time, the students discussed their community code of conduct and I have put their ideas together below:

I will wear my uniform with pride and be smart at all times

I will be polite and take responsibility for the way I talk to people in the local community

I will offer my seat to those less able to stand and keep noise to a minimum on public transport

I will walk sensibly on the pavements and cross the road using crossings or traffic lights

I will use positive language with my friends

I will always use litter bins for my rubbish

I will make a difference to others by being kind 

They are going to finalise their code of conduct in tutor time this week.  In addition, each tutor group is going to vote for their House Leaders who will form our first Student Council.  The students can stand for the leadership roles by writing a short speech on how they will represent their tutor group.  Each tutor group will vote for who they think will best represent them at the first student council meeting.

Friday saw our first football trials.  We had 58 girls and boys attend; they shared their enthusiasm, energy and skills with each other, making it almost impossible for Mr Riches to pick the teams for the first matches.   Everyone who shows regular commitment to sports clubs will get an opportunity to represent the academy at some point during the year.  Hard work and commitment will always be rewarded at Harris Academy Wimbledon.

I wish you an enjoyable week.

Football trials boys