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07/12/19

Year 8 engineers demonstrating their designing, constructing and programming prowess at the First LEGO League. https://t.co/sSaHlQS561

06/12/19

Great seats at the . Our Year 7s are anticipating a great performance! https://t.co/SR5VdX2pT2

27/11/19

The House Chess Competition is under way... the focus is intense! Chess clubs runs every Wednesday lunchtime, where beginners can learn how to play, or experienced players can learn advanced chess strategy. https://t.co/rN9LoVTmSv

25/11/19

Our History Detectives extracurricular club - currently researching Merton Priory as part of a National Archives initiative led by Miss Trapani. https://t.co/OubDeKFEQH

21/11/19

Celebrating our differences and pledging to change our habits to become better citizens https://t.co/w5nOFohrvE

20/11/19

Creating our new mural to reflect our students’ finest qualities - starting with ‘kind’ https://t.co/QGB06upHUc

19/11/19

Retweetd From HAWI Library

Thank you very much to all the students who took the opportunity to buy books at HAWI’s Book Fair. We did so well! Here are some of the books we have been able to buy for the library with our Book Fair rewards. https://t.co/V4kgLUUeuf

14/11/19

Our string ensemble getting to grips with their instruments - One of the many extracurricular clubs on offer! Thanks Miss Allen https://t.co/tEJfrNXwuC

13/11/19

Some incredible pieces of work by Year 8, novel and very creative! https://t.co/UgPtBtKlEo

12/11/19

Programming robots in https://t.co/ONpf6pYbLS

08/11/19

Retweetd From HAWI Library

HAWI Library is on Twitter! Very much looking forward to engage with other book enthusiasts.

24/10/19

Some great progress photographs of our brand new build! https://t.co/SswEsionOl

18/10/19

STEM club students have been busy making a pH scale rainbow by neutralising acids and alkalis. https://t.co/2kjlJ6wVf6

18/10/19

Well done to Roxana in 7M who made a tonal ladder out of jelly and offered to share it with the class. A very original idea and lots of effort put in to this homework. Emily also handed in a rather creative homework. A flower with each petal a different shade of green! https://t.co/2EohRcJkbH

18/10/19

School council meet to discuss plan for our new build! https://t.co/mtomdi0kQN

18/10/19

A few examples of exceptional tonal ladder homework in Year 7. https://t.co/3TsETJTf6t

17/10/19

Congratulations to the year 7 girls football team who won a Competiton against 4 other Harris Schools! https://t.co/l3Cy4YNu2u

17/10/19

Well done to Butler who won the year 7 House Netball competition! The year 8 competition is afterschool today. Who will come out on top? https://t.co/xLpVDjZFdK

15/10/19

Retweetd From MertonSSP

Its all action at the Raynes Park cluster Hi-5 Netball Competition ⁦⁩ Fantastic support from their amazing sport leaders 🙌👏🏅 https://t.co/XqWreaxVA4

15/10/19

Sport Leaders enrichment getting their first opportunity to umpire at a Year 5/6 Netball Competition https://t.co/RZ45BOz6C4

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Posted on November 29th 2019

Principal's Newsletter

Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter.  We are going to publish a newsletter every Friday afternoon during term time on the website.  For the first week, we are also sending a link via email but from next week, please go straight to the website.  I am pleased to announce that there is now an App for the website.  You can view the App by downloading the Harris Federation App to your phone. Simply search for ‘Harris Federation’ in your App Store, download the App and enter ‘Wimbledon’ when prompted. Then click ‘Add to My Schools’.  

Our motto is ‘make a difference’ and centred around three key words: Independence, Integrity and Resilience.  Building and developing resilience in the cold December days is really important for success.  It is crucial that we encourage young people to embrace new situations and to experience the myriad of opportunities open to them.  I am delighted with all of the new skills year 7 and 8 students are developing in their enrichment lessons.  A Tuesday afternoon is busy with students taking photographs, completing Science experiments, learning about the London Stock Exchange, practising their Lamda speeches and debating about Politics.  In assembly this week, we discussed the upcoming Election and the importance of voting and democracy.  We are delighted to announce our own candidates for our mock election; you can read more about it in the newsletter below. 

https://www.harriswimbledon.org.uk/710/newsletter