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19/03/19

We are all seated and ready for the show! https://t.co/NLYSDtWyTj

19/03/19

We have arrived at The Piccadilly Theatre! https://t.co/QUWwwk5JNa

19/03/19

Students are enjoying another day of coding with . https://t.co/9duizC9o97

19/03/19

We hope Adam enjoys reading it!

18/03/19

We are thrilled that our girls’ netball team won the semi final against HAB and will now be playing in the final at the Copper Box Arena! https://t.co/Ljo0fbu5rX

18/03/19

A great set of results for our girls’ netball team today! 1st match- HAWI 4-0 HAP . 2nd match - HAWI 3-0 HCACP . ⭐️ https://t.co/n6RZORcF3M

18/03/19

This week, each Year 7 class will be attending a one-day computer coding workshop run by Spark4Kids. During the workshop, students will design and code computer games using Kodu Game Lab and the WHEN/DO coding language. https://t.co/LKMByRSnQS

15/03/19

Today our young scientists are making radios and rockets as part of their sessions at https://t.co/2F515OeFga

15/03/19

Afternoon tea is ready and looks very delicious... https://t.co/KhTKgzTEWQ

15/03/19

Preparations for Principal’s afternoon tea are in full swing. Students who have achieved 30 reward stickers are invited to join Mrs Larizadeh for afternoon tea. More photos to follow... https://t.co/vm8AXxKSWg

15/03/19

Morning yoga with Miss Pocock and Miss Turner! https://t.co/YyzYZ6a7MI

15/03/19

Retweetd From BBC Young Reporter

We spotted these brilliant animated graphics on display for the bulletin last week so had to share them! https://t.co/2Lu6ozBd5e

14/03/19

Students are busy dissecting a lamb heart with Miss Bolt this afternoon! https://t.co/o7K2p8HFSB

14/03/19

Retweetd From DfE

Happy ! Let's celebrate ! ➕➗➖✖ https://t.co/xHYtQL0eTt

13/03/19

Our ‘Wow Word of the Week’ this week is Discombobulated. 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/mVAIZ47uhl

12/03/19

Retweetd From Merton Council

If you haven’t already done so, please ensure that you have accepted or declined your secondary school place by 15 March. https://t.co/KX2oQKdfiK

12/03/19

Have you ever thought about being a police cadet? Come along to a Merton youth day during the Easter half term and meet your local policing team, Merton police cadets, traffic division, police dogs, catch 22, youth engagement team plus free goodies and much more! https://t.co/OT0Agzu83V

08/03/19

Retweetd From Evelina London

She was wonderful and our patients really enjoyed the performance.

08/03/19

We would like to congratulate our Year 7 pupil Monica who recently performed in a ballet production called Ballet Shoes. Monica performed at a number of care homes and schools as well as Evelina’s Children Hospital. We are very proud! https://t.co/mKGE3Tzds7

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Posted on March 8th 2019

Principal's Blog

Yesterday, I spent the day with Gangsta Granny, James Herriot, Giselle the ballet fairy, Supergirl, Sherlock Holmes, Matilda, Thing 1, Thing 2, The Cat in the Hat and many more different book characters.   It was great to see the students enter into the spirit of World Book Day with amazing costumes, participating in ‘drop everything and read’ in the afternoon and by entering the book mark competition.  Students read every day as it supports them in developing a broader vocabulary, increases their general knowledge and gives them a deeper understanding of the world in which we live.  I am looking forward to awarding a kindle to the student who wins the word of the week competition in the last week of term.

Mr Riches continues to be very busy running many different sporting fixtures.  During the last two weeks, our boys’ team came first and the girls’ team came third in a Harris indoor athletics competition, the Boys B football team beat Harris Morden 2 -1 and narrowly lost to Raynes Park.   Miss Turner supported our school reporters to enter the BBC School report competition; they did a fantastic job researching, writing and presenting the relevant news. 

There are further opportunities for the students to enrich their curriculum this term.  All students will take part in a five hour computer coding course, Miss Kent is organising a trip to the Tate Modern and Miss Pocock is taking students to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Piccadilly Theatre.  We have a ‘Healthy Body, Healthy Mind’ drop down day and in the last week of term, the Wimbledon Parents’ Association are organising an International Evening where we get the opportunity to celebrate our culturally diverse school.  We hope the event will be supported by all of our families.

Next week is National Science Week and students can get involved by going to a workshop to dissect a heart or by entering the National poster competition.

Academic standards continue to be at the heart of what we do and I am delighted to announce that we have recruited all of our new teachers for September.  Outstanding teaching is crucial in ensuring outstanding outcomes for all the students and I am confident that the new teachers will make an excellent contribution to the academy.

Individual students continue to ‘make a difference’ to our school community by being kind, considerate and supporting each other.  They are growing up to be well rounded individuals with a highly developed social conscience.