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26/04/19

5 of our budding mathematicians are on there way to their first ever maths tournament, hosted by - good luck to all of them! https://t.co/49etRDXvQr

26/04/19

Retweetd From Hammersmith Academy

We are really looking forward to welcoming students from to the Count On Us . Best of luck to everyone!

26/04/19

Today we have the pleasure of welcoming poet and rapper Breis to the Academy. Breis will be running workshops throughout the day. https://t.co/VDgzJMNQCT

24/04/19

Retweetd From Merton Libraries

Summer Reading Challenge volunteering opportunities at our libraries. To apply visit https://t.co/lJmiezPF1o https://t.co/PaNy422Q6r

23/04/19

You can view our new Summer Term lunch menu on our website or by clicking on the following link. https://t.co/kXLRrvjjZM

23/04/19

Welcome back! We hope our students, families and staff enjoyed the Easter break and are ready for the Summer Term. There are lots of exciting things planned for this term so be sure to follow our Twitter feed for regular updates! https://t.co/kKbn3aOb3A

04/04/19

Our wonderful families enjoying the evening. https://t.co/XLPjMbntp8

04/04/19

Our generous families have made some delicious food for the WPA’s ‘International Spectacular’ event this evening. https://t.co/vXgOLM8s2J

04/04/19

We would like to remind our parents and carers that school will close at 12:20pm tomorrow for the Easter break. We will return on Tuesday 23rd April to begin the Summer term! https://t.co/rERbQdZSF4

02/04/19

Students are rehearsing their ukulele performance in preparation for the WPA International Spectacular evening this Thursday! You will able to buy tickets on the door on the evening if you haven’t already. https://t.co/caHPhm7rW1

01/04/19

Students are enjoying their lunch break in the sun today ☀ https://t.co/rsnKKXhbbH

29/03/19

A few more photographs from the Year 7 trip to Tate Modern. https://t.co/ujUFRVxz4D

29/03/19

Don't forget to sign up to our PTA's first event 'International Spectacular'. You can still sign up by handing in your slip and paying £2 for an adult or £1 for a child. We are looking forward to getting together and experiencing culinary delights from around the world! 🌎🍴 https://t.co/8MZ9BqrIfZ

27/03/19

Our students are having a great time at the Tate Modern. https://t.co/W5tgqES90g

27/03/19

The smoothie bike in action! https://t.co/uVzGw8T4m4

27/03/19

As part of our health and well-being drop down day, Chartwells are teaching the students the importance of getting 5 a day and the students are getting hands on making smoothies on the smoothie bike! https://t.co/DaCZQc5UiT

27/03/19

Half of Y7 are visiting the Tate Modern today and the other half will visit tomorrow! They have arrived safely and are looking forward to a fun day of learning. https://t.co/nrN2oA15mr

26/03/19

Our ‘Wow Word of the Week’ this week is Luminous. Don’t forget to enter the 'Wow Word of the Week’ competition for your chance to win a kindle at the end of term. The more entries you make the higher your chance of winning! https://t.co/MZrb706x47

22/03/19

Our scientists are building spaghetti towers and making helicopters and aeroplanes as part of their last session at this week https://t.co/I0gcBCvBxC

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Posted on September 23rd 2018

Principal's Blog

The students have settled in well completing their second week at the Academy.

In assembly on Monday, I talked to them about their dreams and aspirations explaining to them that all of us need to think about what we want to do in the future.  Dreams and aspirations tell us something about ourselves, what we can become in the future and where we are heading.  It is important for the students to have dreams and aspirations and I explained to them that these will grow, develop and change as they grow up.  Miss Pocock will be talking to all the students this week about their individual dreams and aspirations.  I had a great conversation with a student who dreams about being a doctor and she spent some time researching into the profession and what she needs to do to achieve her dream.

The students launched themselves into the array of extracurricular activities on offer at the academy.  It was fantastic to see them dancing with Shaun Dillon, our resident professional dancer; sharing their creative talents in our set design club and demonstrating great skills in Hockey, Netball and Football.  My week ended bumping into the students from the Latin Culture Club preparing for European day of languages which we will be celebrating on Wednesday.  The students were full of enthusiasm, joy and a love of languages as they explained to me the quiz they had been preparing.  It was 4.30pm on Friday and they were not in any rush to go home.

This week is a busy week for the Academy.  We have prospective parents’ evening on Tuesday from 5pm – 8pm.  Students will finish at 12.20pm so we can prepare for the evening; they need to be back at 4.30pm ready to show parents around or help out in different subjects.  School will start one hour later on Wednesday so the gates will open at 9am with the bell going at 9.25am.

I wish you an enjoyable week.