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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 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.