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We hosted a fantastic summer concert yesterday, organised with meticulous care and passion by the ever-dedicated Ms Bee.The event was a resounding success, showcasing the immense talent of students from Years 7-12 and a true celebration of our school's vibrant musical culture.


Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich has scored a major win by clinching the 2024 EY Foundation Impact Award for Southern Education Partner.Announced yesterday, this award highlights the school's positive impact on the community in Southern England.


The 30th anniversary of the opening of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London was the occasion for 30 of our Year 8 students to attend a spectacular performance of Shakespeare's 'The Taming of the Shrew' at the theatre recently.


Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich is proud to have been awarded the Quality in Careers Standard, meaning that our careers programme meets all the gold-standard criteria for world-class advice and guidance.


Summer Showcase, 10th July, 6.30pm - Get Your Tickets!


Addressing smartphone addiction - headteachers of 17 Southwark secondary schools call on families to support a new joint approach to tackling the profoundly negative impact of Smartphones and Social Media on young people." Find out more


Our Student Council has been working on a group project with students from James Allen's Girls' School to organise a writing competition focused on . Find our more about our neurodiversity writing competition at


See our latest science experment with our Science Technician, Dr. Rudolf Van Koningsveld. This one is on convection...


Harris Dulwich Boys is pleased to announce a partnership with in support of their State School Sixth Form Cricket Programme. Details


Science experiments with a Science Technician. Experiment 1: metals reacting with oxygen. In this series, our Science Technician, Dr. Rudolf Van Koningsveld, RSciTech, will demonstrate experiments that are part of the Year 7 to Year 11 curriculum.


Delighted to welcome and his team into our academy this week to film for his latest book. Inspiring our students to develop their reading further.


It is with great pleasure that we can announce that our Science Technician, Rudolf Van Koningsveld, has been awarded The Registered Science Technician Award (RSciTech), a registered mark recognising excellence for technicians working in science education!


Year 11 students dazzled the examiner with their recent GCSE Component 2 performances, worth 20% of their overall grade.Performing two gripping extracts from 'Starlight Express', the students showcased months of hard work and dedication, leaving the examiner in awe.


Principal's Breakfast on Friday celebrated ten students nominated for 'doing the right thing all the time' this week by their teachers. Each week the winners receive a free breakfast, gift voucher and certificate


🎉Congratulations to both and on maintaining their Outstanding Ofsted judgments following recent inspections!Read more about their success here:


🎉Congratulations to both and on maintaining their Outstanding Ofsted judgments following recent inspections!Read more about their success here:


Very happy to be featured in this week along with following both our Ofsted 'Outstanding' ratings. We're incredibly proud of our staff and students and it's lovely to have our success celebrated!


Year 12 and 13 students were treated to a talk about economics (and careers) by Chief Economist Peter Arnold . "Peter's talk has encouraged me to pursue a career in economics," said Imran. "I look forward to learning more about the macroeconomic policies in my course."


We had fun last week celebrating our recent Ofsted 'Outstanding' Award with students. We were very proud of the way our students conducted themselves during the visit. They were a true credit to themselves, our Academy and their families.


Get your tickets for our latest school production, Bugsy Malone, 13th and 14th March 2024. Tickets available on ParentPay from 19th February. Don't miss!

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Posted on January 20th 2016

Under 14 Rugby - HBAED 10 Beckenham 38

Rugby 21.1.16Our U14 rugby team have begun their first season together with a high spirited performance. Having been training twice a week in the sports hall, the boys were still very keen to get the physical side of the game up and running!

Playing an experienced Beckenham school in the Federation Cup was always going to be a tough ask, yet the boys grew in stature every minute they played, showing the potential they have in the second half.

Ferocious tackling

The game began exactly the way our year 8 team did, by conceding a soft try. The inexperience in the contact proved the key downfall initially, with the boys making contact but technically slipping away off the tackle. With their captain a very strong ball carrier, our boys struggled to contain the early exchanges and conceded three very quick tries. To the credit of our team, their heads never went down and were led by some ferocious tackling from the effervescent Joshua Miller-Jalloh. For a second row, he was everywhere and has huge potential with his 'never say die' attitude.

These huge hits sparked confidence in the HBAED boys, causing Beckenham problems before half time. With a shake-up of positions and a refreshed attitude, HBAED scored first after the break. The outstanding Neo pressured the opposition after a fantastic tackle out wide, which led to Abdul-Rasheed racing the 35m down the wing to score, even bouncing a couple of would be tacklers out of the way.

Fantastic build-up play

This try was followed-up with fantastic team build-up play. Rio crashed the ball in off a penalty, which led to five phases of play from quick recycling at the break down to give Jerry a third try of the season! Jerry was a real catalyst to the team when he came on, showing outstanding technique in the tackle, unbelievable leg drive in attack, and an outstanding enthusiasm to play.

The rest of the half was a tough affair, with both sides willing to tackle hard, run hard but all in a great spirit. Special mentions to Aaron Pike, who captained the side, led very well and caused problems for the opposition all game. Rio Williams, co-captain of the side, who held the scrum together and set-up some strong phases with his direct running. Neo for his fantastic work rate with the backs and finally Connor Forbes who came into the game more and more throughout the second half.

Well done to all boys who took part.

Mr May