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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

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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.