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12/02/18

Our teachers have compiled subject-by-subject resources for all our Year 11s. Lots to look. Visit https://t.co/O3z2RMwBUE - hope you find them helpful

06/02/18

In only 102 schools across England and Wales do students who are eligible for free school meals perform as well or better than other students. And we're very proud to be one of them https://t.co/qjx3YNsvz1 https://t.co/yA8BcqWBBn

29/01/18

We're proud to have received the national for the 2nd time. It's given to schools championing equality and is recognised by Ofsted. It shows that EVERY boy will be supported to succeed. Find out more at https://t.co/7Tg4REqeKp https://t.co/QTGBtIIz3N

26/01/18

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Schools Standards Minister says Harris Federation is ‘leading the way’ on delivering excellent results for pupils https://t.co/OqWyoZD21k

25/01/18

Really proud of our boys and staff for being 3rd out of 55 similar schools nationally in today's Department for Education figures, and in top 6% for student progress. Amazing work! https://t.co/yDA5apwrx6 https://t.co/hr6CGjq6fS

25/01/18

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Secondary school added value league tables out today - https://t.co/0TOHOwrqaB E.Dulwich very fortunate to have

21/01/18

We're really looking forward to welcoming author Phil Earle () to our academy on Tues 30 Jan. He'll be talking about his love of writing, Frazzles and Hull - among other things https://t.co/mJUIkwDlxi https://t.co/zzRUQXgqNf

17/01/18

Develop your teaching career with us. Find out about our Continued Professional Learning sessions and activities at https://t.co/fAFXA3Z40G https://t.co/0gbz7pZIJT

11/01/18

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If you're a teacher looking for a role in , check out the latest Associate Innovation Leader role : https://t.co/LvbFteZ5Xd https://t.co/AruQEVBx51

09/01/18

Hassan is the first of our students to reach 3000 Harris Points this year. Great work Hassan! Who will be first to 4,000? https://t.co/QWBEVgtBSw

08/01/18

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Teaching Assistant required .Apply now https://t.co/twb9n2v5jx https://t.co/4n5ZYkVeWc

08/12/17

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Download our student periodical, The Whole Shebang, written by students and . Articles on Protest, Conflict and Violence, from to , to . Downland free from https://t.co/ojIoF27bmO https://t.co/GNnMX3nMHC

08/12/17

Highlights from our latest . Free to download from https://t.co/qmc8GNA6zu Rowing the Queen's barge. Top 4% for student progress. Award from Sadiq Khan. Dissect a sheep's heart. Sky TV reporters for a day. Plus lots more. https://t.co/R2hxeZMGCy

08/12/17

Meet our new team. Every student has a voice in the running of our academy. Find out how at https://t.co/pfMF6OTYwg https://t.co/5XySFXgzNr

08/12/17

Christmas Concert, Mon 18 Dec, 6pm. Come along and celebrate with our amazing students. Everyone welcome! https://t.co/OhzkHia8c8

01/12/17

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Innovation Leader for Maths/ Lead Practitioner required .Apply https://t.co/lM6a9ZKoCR https://t.co/AfKTI1ErFL

29/11/17

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Harris Boys Academy East Dulwich is looking for a Deputy Director of BDICT - Maternity Cover. Apply now https://t.co/1hxvqWyFLo https://t.co/KW1Qr8EHVs

27/11/17

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HGAED art department 2018 calendar now on sale! £10 with proceeds going towards supporting disadvantaged students in their art studies. https://t.co/JfIr9t5HnI

22/11/17

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16/11/17

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Harris Boys Academy East Dulwich is looking for a Deputy Director of BDICT - Maternity Cover. Apply now https://t.co/ytZc40Hwu5 https://t.co/TBk8kikCff

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Posted on September 13th 2017

The first Week of Year 7 - In Students' Own Words

We dropped into the canteen at lunchtime yesterday to ask some of our new Year 7 students what they thought of their first days at secondary school. Here’s what they told us.


Sky (left) says...

Sky, Mehdi

"In Year 6 you’re the biggest in the school so here you go from being the biggest to the smallest. I felt both nervous and excited on my first day but the best thing has been meeting people and making friends."


Ayush and Miqdam say...

Miqdam, Ayush

Ayush (right): "On the first day I felt pretty nervous because you don’t know what to expect or where to go. The biggest surprise has been that I actually learnt my way to go around the building.”

Miqdam (left): "My favourite lesson has been science so far, because we got to use bunsen burners."


Sebastian says...

“The teachers are nice but firm so that no silliness happens and we do really fun things. The favourite lessons so far have been dance and science because they taught me stuff I didn’t know before. I like the uniform, it’s comfy and I feel smart.”


Deandre and Tomi say...

Deandre, Tomi

Deandre (left) "I’ve found it a nice working environment and I like how all the students are respectful. It’s well mannered and organised. Also I like the canteen. It’s my favourite part of the day because I like the food. I have school dinners. My favourite dinner so far has been on Fridays when we have chips. I found Science hard, having to do the bunsen burners and stuff like that but now I’m comfortable with it.”

Tomi (right): "It’s actually really easy to find my way around the building because I have a timetable and I know where the rooms are. The teachers have made it easier by explaining what we’re supposed to do. My favourite lesson has been PE because it was challenging but at the same time fun. When I put my uniform on I felt so proud of myself, because some people don’t get to come to this school and I feel lucky to come to school."


Roman says...

Roman

"I like this school more than primary because I feel more independent. I’d spoken to my cousin about what it would be like and he said it was amazing. There’s lots of friendly people. Wearing the uniform I feel proud of myself because this is the school I really wanted to go to."


Xinjie says...

Xinjie

"The biggest difference is moving around to different classes and doing a range of activities. My favourite bit so far has been making new friends. The teachers have been very friendly and they make all the students feel like they’re important. I’d been here for a taster day and I think that helped. My favourite class has been PE because I like PE. I had to sit out for a few days because I hurt my foot, but I still love PE. On my first day I felt proud of myself but at the same time I was a little bit nervous about seeing new faces. It’s been very different to what I thought it was, because some people say it’s very strict but I think it’s OK, everyone seems quite relaxed."


Lalloh says...

Lalloh

"In my primary school they didn’t wear uniform, so when I put on my uniform I felt much older and I felt confident in it. I feel like I fit in at school. On my first day I stuck with my friend Leon but when we got our timetables we had to separate but we waited outside for each other and stuck together until we made new friends. My favourite lesson so far has been drama, where we wrote a script. I’m looking forward to meeting new people and getting older and making new friends."


Come to our open days in September to meet more students and teachers and see our school in action.