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25/09/20

Watch a recording of our live Virtual Open Day event on 24th Sept, hosted by Principal Peter Groves. See for yourself what makes the character of our school special https://t.co/vlGVc0Ve9l

24/09/20

Thank you to the MANY parents who came to our live Open Admissions Event this eve and were so positive! Register for further live events with our pastoral team, students and SENCO at https://t.co/rKA0mX8IMt https://t.co/GnB8CBywFL

21/09/20

Still time to register for our Virtual Admissions Open Event, Thurs 24th Sept, 6pm. Find out more about our school and meet Principal Peter Groves. Full details at https://t.co/rKA0mX8IMt https://t.co/Qbm7j6Y2Mh

17/09/20

Camron in Year 7 collects his first book from our new pop-up on the ground floor. Our main library is currently closed to students but we are operating a Click and Collect service from our online library catalogue, because we https://t.co/yn15q3AXo6

17/09/20

Year 6 parents are warmly invited to attend our Virtual Open Evening on Thursday 24th September, 6pm. Meet our Principal and learn more about our academy. To register, simply visit https://t.co/e9O3ATVilP https://t.co/LTaBZawJdJ

15/09/20

Do you have a son in Year 6? Join us for our Virtual Admissions Open Event, Thurs 24th Sept, 6pm. Meet our staff, find out more about our school, and ask questions too. Hosted by Peter Groves, Principal. We look forward to welcoming you. Find out more https://t.co/rKA0mX8IMt https://t.co/QRsL4SXw6m

02/09/20

Hi Svea, who at HBAED have you contacted please? Could I suggest you try calling the school on 020 8299 5300 and asking about the best person to talk to? DM if you get stuck. Hope that helps.

01/09/20

We are very proud of our Year 11 boys and the exam results they achieved in August 2020 and wish them well with the next stage of their education. They showed huge resilience in difficult circumstances and deserve huge credit. Pictured: Arthur, Hari, Balla and Steven. https://t.co/BObS4OIISX

25/08/20

Starting Year 7 at Harris Dulwich Boys in September? Check out our Year 7 FAQs with lots of useful information about the start of term. We can't wait to meet you! https://t.co/JzV5AakQKl https://t.co/T0Dl2FZVBh

24/08/20

We are delighted to be opening the Academy to all our students in September. For the latest details about our September reopening (including staggered start times and dates) please visit https://t.co/uQljS6qL7K. We look forward to seeing you soon!

13/08/20

Students have achieved strong results for A-Levels, Sport and vocational subjects this year. 52 per cent of A-Level grades were an A-B, while around 91% of all students taking technical qualifications received a distinction or distinction*. Well done! https://t.co/AWCPkdVsi8 https://t.co/091Nz9ziLM

17/07/20

Everyone looks forward to the summer holidays, but after a couple of weeks most of us start to get bored. So, we’ve set you some challenges to keep your brain ticking over, and win loads of Harris Points! 🏆Have a go at them here➡️ https://t.co/zfuU9DbsRM https://t.co/PZhVjL8f7l

17/07/20

A truly big THANK YOU to all our students, parents and staff for your support over the past few months. Have a great summer and see you all again in Sept!🙂. Signing off with our special showcase video! https://t.co/PCIxDFFQLy

16/07/20

Retweetd From Miriam L-U

This is a really cool tree👍🙂, it is great to see the students valuing the positives experienced in this tough time and appreciate such things .

16/07/20

Messages from our HBAED Tree of Appreciation. "I am thankful for my friends and family who cheer me up when things go wrong." "I am thankful that everyone has been kind and supported me while learning at home." https://t.co/eEip4K9Ct3

16/07/20

Messages from our HBAED Tree of Appreciation. "I can spend more time with my dad. It's very fun. We have intelligent debates." "For having the confidence to talk about my feelings." "For my family since we are spending more time with them." https://t.co/EF6vs2JauD

16/07/20

This is our HBAED Tree of Appreciation. We asked students in Years 7-9 students to say what they were for as part of their lessons. We thought you'd like to see some of their messages. "I am grateful that my family has come closer together during lockdown." https://t.co/KjCzJNaG84

15/07/20

Retweetd From Southwark Police

have kindly supplied Another 2 weeks worth of breakfasts thanks to funding from their charity. 234 Students families are coming in to collect breakfast bags with beans wheatabix bread fruit & milk Big thanks to & our Safer Schools Police Officers for packing https://t.co/aWt85Vp3iv

14/07/20

Parents/carers... you can now download "Raising Little Allies-To-Be: An Incomplete Guide" from our resources page. A beautiful resource to explore and with children. Download it at https://t.co/6uPWkddxmr https://t.co/F9UQPWpzDG

14/07/20

You can now download a resource pack on from our resources page. Includes a list of books, films, TV shows, articles, videos and podcasts to help get you educated. Download at https://t.co/6uPWkddxmr https://t.co/WGHtBp22ed

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Anti-Racism - Resources for Parents and Students

On this page you'll find a range of resources and links to help educate ourselves about the issue of racism and how to confront it. We've included suggestions for students, parents and educators.


Black British Female Trailblazers

An assembly presentation by Ms George. The success of women is often overlooked in our world - particularly the contributions of black women. Our assembly, as part of our school's anti-racism mission, was to highlight some of these British icons and raise the profile of women who work hard every day to create a better world for us all.


Key Stage 3 reading suggestions

Racism 1

Racism 2


Key Stage 4 reading suggestions

Racism 3


Key Stage 5 reading suggestions

Racism 4

Racism 5

Black Lives Matter: A Key Stage 5 resource pack. Includes a list of books, films, TV shows, articles, videos, podcasts and more, to help get you educated on the Black Lives Matter movement and other issues.

How to Be an Antiracist by Dr. Ibram X. Kendi. Kendi asks us to think about what an anti-racist society might look like, and how we can play an active role in building it.

This Book is Anti-Racist by Tiffany Jewell, is a useful tool for discussing racism with children aged 5-15.

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernardine Evaristo. A novel that explores what it’s like to be a black woman in modern Britain through twelve very different characters.

The Good Immigrant compiled by Nikesh Shukla. 21 different voices explore why immigrants come to the UK, why they stay and what it means to be ‘other’ in a country that doesn’t seem to want you. 

Quarto anti-racist books for kids - a list of anti- racist books to discuss injustice with children.


Films and documentaries

Racism 6


Interviews and speeches

Below are some anti-racism resources for any parents/carers and students who may be keen to delve further into this issue while studying from home. This includes a series of renowned historians, philosophers and writers who have contributed to the discussion on racial injustice.

The British rapper and activist Akala shares with us some less-exposed features about black history in his talk at Oxford University.

A Channel 4 Podcast Ways to Change the World with Reni Eddo-Lodge on race, social injustice and quotas


Podcasts - exploring racism around the world

Miss Buchanan's Period Of Adjustment - this episode of Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History podcast talks about the importance of hiring black teachers where black children are taught and how schools can support the achievements of black students.

About Race - a one-off series from Reni Eddo-Lodge, the author of Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race. She explores issues from eradicated black history to the political purpose of white dominance.

BBC World Service’s Witness Black History - interviews with people who were there at key moments in black and civil rights history.

BBC Short films celebrating black history


Charities and organisations working to end racism

Mentivity

Mentivity is an inspirational mentoring organisation and alternative educational provision that provides aspirational support for young people, training for schools and parents through 1:1 mentoring, group. Providing Intergenerational Mentoring Through Education in London, Brighton, Kenya and Uganda. Find out more.     

The Advocacy Academy

The Advocacy Academy is a transformational Social Justice Youth Organising Movement for young people from South London who are passionate about creating a more fair, just and equal society. It’s the only one of its kind in the UK, but follows in the footsteps of a long line of youth movements who have changed the world. Find out more.   

Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI)

Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI) provides support for people who have suffered hate crime, including attacks that were racist, homophobic, transphobic and/or sexist. The charity employs trained caseworkers in order to help victims with the mental trauma they are experiencing, to assist with legal proceedings and to refer them to other services that may be of use. Find out more.

Kick It Out

Kick It Out is an organisation in England that uses football in order to promote equality and inclusivity. “Kick It Out is at the heart of the fight against discrimination for everyone who plays, watches or works in football,” it states. Beginning as an independent charity called Let’s Kick Racism Out of Football in 1993, Kick It Out was officially established four years later. Find out more.

Stop Hate UK

Originating in 1995 following the murder of Stephen Lawrence, Stop Hate UK is an organisation committed to supporting people affected by all forms of hate crime across the UK. “Stop Hate UK works alongside local strategic partnerships to tackle hate crime and discrimination, encourage reporting and support the individuals and communities it affects,” the charity says. “Our helplines enable people to access independent support and information, 24 hours a day, every day of the year.” Find out more.

Runnymede

Runnymede is a registered charity and think tank that aims to “challenge race inequality in Britain through research, network building, leading debate and policy engagement”. The organisation, which is funded entirely by donations, states: “Our authoritative research-based interventions in social policy and practice, and our public engagement with decision makers, will assist policy-makers, practitioners, and citizens, to reduce the risk of our society being blighted by racism and discrimination to the detriment of us all.” Find out more.

Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was named after Stephen Lawrence, a black teenager who was murdered at the age of 18 in a racist attack in southeast London. The trust is an educational charity, which was created “to tackle inequality in all forms” and is committed to “transforming the life chances of young people and improving the world in which they live." Find out more.

Show Racism the Red Card

Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racism educational charity that uses workshops and training sessions, among other resources, to educate on and combat racism. Founded almost 25 years ago, the organisation uses high-profile football players to publicise its message. Find out more.


Support with mental health and welfare

Black Minds Matter  – free therapy/support groups and mentoring.

BLAM charity – online forum to discuss events.


For parents/carers


For educators

Teaching to young children about racism can be challenging and these articles offer some guidance, advice and approaches: