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24/06/19

PGL day 2 done! All children are in bed and asleep after a very busy day 💤

24/06/19

Ready for wacky races! 🙈 https://t.co/bfznbuMb5j

24/06/19

More photos! We are all having a blast ☺️. Lots of smiles and laughter all round! https://t.co/rygReTWRaA

24/06/19

Well done to our winner Milo for scoring 5 points! https://t.co/CxWcZHB2ss

24/06/19

Students are enjoying rifle shooting https://t.co/Ou9vEhiUVy

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Miss Machin and Mr Walsh braved the giant swing!! We didn’t scream we promise....... https://t.co/DVVOHiXmMt

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The girls love it just as much as the boys! https://t.co/JWYeE6EHtK

24/06/19

Mr Walsh is only a few moments away and is terrified!

24/06/19

Jamie and Michael ready to be hoisted up high for the giant swing! https://t.co/BkfZOQ5kPt

24/06/19

Getting ready to swing into action on the giant swing! https://t.co/sxs6psxUSH

24/06/19

Rifle shooting at PGL! https://t.co/VvlFnxua15

24/06/19

To finish off the raft building...a quick dip whilst they try and splash their teachers! https://t.co/DsKGlE3aFp

24/06/19

Two students who were very brave this morning and took a risk! Both ended up in the water but had the time of their lives. Well done 👍 https://t.co/M8626mwjd7

24/06/19

Eijaz is currently on the giant swing! We’ll be sure to post some photos of him having a great time!

24/06/19

All about team work! https://t.co/BwaEocrTLs

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Our students are loving the open water! https://t.co/lt3ZPALLtW

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Rafts ahoy! https://t.co/ZYPcqxKBze

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Posted on September 30th 2018

Principal's Blog

Congratulations to Callen, Lucrezia, Ellie, Lara, Zoha, Emmerson, Inaya, Raulis, Pearl and Basan who have been elected by their peers to be the first members of the school council.  They all wrote a few sentences about their achievement and Pearl said “School council is a complete honour.  I love it.  I’ve found something I love to do and I finally feel like I belong”.  In their first meeting, the school council discussed the names for the houses and have decided that they will be named after famous historical figures who have lived in Wimbledon and the surrounding area.  They will now liaise with their class to decide on the name for each house.  Watch this space for the announcement. We will announce the senior prefects this week.

On Tuesday, we had Prospective Parents’ Evening and welcomed 650 visitors to the Academy.  All Year 7 stayed behind to help with the evening and I am very proud of them all; they were polite, informative, enthusiastic and received compliments from all our visitors. Emmerson, Inaya and Reuben spoke confidently in the talk giving information about our enrichment curriculum, extra-curricular activities and transition programme.

Mr Riches picked 14 students to represent the academy at the first football match against Trinity School.  Even though they lost their first match the team played with enthusiasm and skill. Taio was man of the match.

This week we will be celebrating National Poetry week.  We have our first pastoral meeting for parents and the inaugural meeting of the Wimbledon Parents’ Association (WPA).  We would love to see all of the parents at both events.  Please email reception@harriswimbledon.org.uk to reserve your place.

Homework is now being set every day.  Please support the students by checking what homework they have and ensuring they complete it by the deadline.  Remember the library is open and staffed every day until 4.30pm for students to complete their homework.

We have two open mornings this week and have inset day on Friday.  The Academy is closed on Friday which gives the students plenty of time to do some excellent homework.

I wish you an enjoyable week.