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24/05/19

Students have been dissecting flowers in Science this morning. https://t.co/yJzLCGXym2

24/05/19

We’re all in this together finale. https://t.co/SzDDZyK51f

24/05/19

You gotta get’cha get’cha head in the game! https://t.co/KHymlBjXxV

23/05/19

The students are ready for their final performance of High School Musical this evening. They have worked incredibly hard and it has been wonderful! Well done everyone. ⭐️ https://t.co/JuNAba91mp

23/05/19

A very busy tennis club this afternoon 🎾 https://t.co/jqUy7TJn04

22/05/19

Students enjoying high jump with Mr Riches this morning. https://t.co/dL672qOoRW

22/05/19

Introducing our Head Boy and Head Girl, Patryk and Ellie. https://t.co/JU4YD1IXRD

20/05/19

Stick to the status quo! Dress rehearsals in full swing ready for the performances on Wednesday and Thursday this week. There are still tickets available on ParentPay, don’t miss out! https://t.co/8kdcBVEB5i

17/05/19

All students have cast their votes for who they want to elect as head boy and head girl. The results will be announced in assembly on Monday morning. 🗳 https://t.co/ecUmCPlGBP

17/05/19

The hustings for head boy and head girl are well under way this morning. Good luck everyone! https://t.co/EvwFTbOgcp

15/05/19

Taio and Josh have arrived at Chelsea FC for a trial match vs Chelsea Academy. Best of luck boys! ⚽️ https://t.co/MfzPmGRaBe

15/05/19

Well done Mutasim for coming 1st place in the 100m race and 2nd place in the 200m race! Well done Ashlee for coming 2nd in the 200m race. We are very proud! 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ https://t.co/FWHNYLC65D

15/05/19

A perfect sunny day for the Borough Sports Day! https://t.co/pyjZ26OTJL

13/05/19

Just a reminder that there is an important meeting for all parents this evening from 6pm-7pm. Please arrive by 5:50pm so we can make a prompt start.

13/05/19

Good morning, yes the meeting is for parents only.

10/05/19

Calling all students..... Do you want to come and perform your own poem or rap? Then come to our Open Mic session! Please submit your poem or rap to Miss Pocock before Thursday 23rd May and it will be published in our first ever HAWI Anthology of Spoken Word. https://t.co/ZmpK5AJUmy

07/05/19

If your child is unwell and going to be absent from school, please remember to contact the Academy office by calling 020 3962 4300 or by emailing absence.org.uk before 9am. Thank you for your co-operation. https://t.co/2pqCx03K4M

07/05/19

Reminder - Parents are invited to attend a meeting on Monday 13th May at 6pm to discuss student revision, assessments, reports and the PGL residential trip.

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Posted on December 4th 2018

Principal's Blog

It has been a busy two weeks at the Academy. 

On the 19th November, we celebrated Anti-Bullying week by following the national theme “Choose Respect”. The week gave all students the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the impact of bullying.  All students were asked to think about the word respect and understand how to take individual and collective action in order to create a safe and enriching environment in which to learn. During Human and Life skills lessons, they were also asked to nominate their peers who’d shown excellence in ‘Making a Difference’ to the lives of other and those within our school community.  This was celebrated through the creation of a mural led by our art club ‘Fluxus’ with help from Miss Kent. On Tuesday 20th November, students were also encouraged to wear odd socks for the day in order to symbolise the respect that we all have for the differences in all of us. Congratulations to all students who participated!

Students have been working incredibly hard in their lessons where they have completed assessments in all subjects.  I am delighted with their perseverance and focus.  As they receive their assessments back, the teachers will be congratulating them on how well they have done, and supporting them in understanding how they can continue to make progress in their learning.  Parents will receive a report at the end of term with all of their assessment marks.

We have been learning about the environment and will very soon have our own ECO representatives from each house group.  They will work with the whole school community on how we can continue to be environmentally friendly.  The students are using a re-usable water bottle every day and are now recycling any food waste from break and lunch in a separate bin.  On Friday 7Purple presented an excellent assembly on the environment for parents and students.  I was very impressed with their creativity and confidence in communicating their message to the audience.

December is set to be a busy month.

On 13th December we have our Autumn Celebration Evening where all of the students will be performing to their parents and invited guests and sharing their highlights of the term.

The whole school are going to see A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic on 19th December which promises to be an excellent treat as it has had fantastic reviews.

On 20th December, students can wear a Christmas Jumper to school and pay £1 to raise money for Save the Children.  In addition, the students can set up their own stall for a charity of their choice and sell biscuits, cakes, decorations or anything else they would like to make.

On 20th December we will also be having our Stay Safe day where students will take part in a number of workshops about how to stay safe in Modern Britain. 

Each house will also be creating hampers to deliver to local care homes.