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18/07/22

Thank you so much for support this event, we really do appreciate the different it makes to our boys

18/07/22

Retweetd From Kendra Schneller, RN, QN,FNF Windrush Scholar

Participated in careers fair on Tuesday. Thank you to the staff for helping me to encourage more boys into nursing. Hopefully at least 1 of the 7 seen will consider nursing/community nursing, as a career.

18/07/22

The two finalists in our 2022 Tournament - Victor and Elwood G, both Year 7. Elwood’s preparation with the opening moves led to a decisive win. Well done, Elwood! https://t.co/4BDd5qINCG

07/07/22

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Thank you to students from for visiting our Avery Hill campus yesterday for a Sports Taster Day 👏 They had the chance to get into the sports labs and take part in various performance testing activities, and learn lots about the Sports courses we have on offer 🏋️ https://t.co/c8oQ1JEwTu

28/06/22

Our Summer Showcase is on 14th July, 6.30pm - get your tickets! https://t.co/oLgF4j3YXc

09/06/22

A huge thank you to everyone at Norton Rose Fulbright, Shell, Citi and ING who helped to organise and host an amazing session for Year 10, giving them an insight into life at a top international firm. An invaluable experience! Read more https://t.co/iCE6ccmonV https://t.co/YhGSPRKOdD

25/05/22

"It was great to hear about all the different taxes we pay and what they are used for," Faizal, Year 10. Find out what happened when PwC volunteers met Year 10 to talk about financial literacy and careers. Read more https://t.co/bhQoZF7pO6 https://t.co/zvW44o8UCa

19/05/22

Year 13 visit the PwC offices in the heart of London, to gain a valuable insight into working life at one of the biggest firms in the world. Thank you to Nikki, Garvin, Callum and Charles from PwC for making this trip happen. More at https://t.co/R9sYKYVcal https://t.co/g0cq3aLO1I

29/04/22

Nine boys from our Harris Experience programme see behind the scenes at Christie’s Auction House and present their plan for an art gallery called 'Human Creativity'. Great work boys! Full story at https://t.co/zahY8Dfstp https://t.co/H71cQrB3Ic

25/04/22

"The trip to Coventry University gave us a real-life experience on how uni life is. There was a lot to offer, and they have a lot of facilities." Mohiuddin, Year 12. Read about our sixth form tour of with at https://t.co/juaeMclxkt https://t.co/6uSqDFPNWF

13/04/22

Thank you Elizabeth Oladunni of for visiting our school recently and inspiring Year 10 to consider careers in law. They were inspired by her personal journey and we wish Elizabeth continued success in her legal career! https://t.co/Tz5u9orJkT https://t.co/nWG2SNgHUX

12/04/22

“If you have met one person with autism, you have met one person with autism. We are not all the same and do not have the same traits.” Read about our events for https://t.co/BZm3R9y97q https://t.co/gD2msaV2mG

23/03/22

Performing Arts at HBAED presents The Wiz, Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th March 2022, 6.30pm (doors 6.15pm). £6 adults, £3 children (£15 two adults, two children). Tickets available from the Performing Arts Team. Don't miss out! https://t.co/nR0N5k6m1W

16/03/22

Students had a tour around the Houses of Parliament earlier this week to learn about the importance of democracy and the role of parliament. The trip made links with the Year 8 history curriculum which this term has focused on women's suffrage. https://t.co/OKWomdHHW5 https://t.co/g9RFX0jEr9

15/03/22

Performing Arts at HBAED presents The Wiz, Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th March 2022, 6.30pm (doors 6.15pm). £6 adults, £3 children (£15 two adults, two children). Tickets available from the Performing Arts Team. https://t.co/Om4WdyWdjR

03/03/22

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Our 5th and penultimate festival of the season today. Cant wait to welcome. Might get muddy!! https://t.co/RY1ODF0GVl

08/02/22

Read what boys wrote about their recent visit to Ironmongers' Hall, where they learned about its , , people and . "An exceptional, exclusive, exciting experience," Syria, Year 9. Read more at https://t.co/cVDnNM2yCx https://t.co/4X4CI91qGO

07/02/22

“I loved how the actors reeled me in. Even our teachers went on stage to play darts," Nihar, Year 8. Read more students review of a brilliant performance of Romeo & Juliet directed by . More reviews at https://t.co/v7dUams0ao https://t.co/jtdmf29TJ0

03/02/22

A nice email to end Thurs🙂 . "I wanted to send an email to commend how well your students behaved on the trip to see Romeo and Juliet at Southwark Playhouse. They were a credit. They sat silently throughout the performance and always were engaged with the show." Very proud!

03/02/22

Retweetd From Harris EdTech

Wonderful demo by on data-driven approaches to teaching https://t.co/JT58UbMjfb

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Posted on April 17th 2015

Year 11 Harris Cup Football Final Report

Football 2 17.4.15Following on from the Year 10 victory in the Harris Cup final on Wednesday, the Year 11 cup final game kicked off on Thursday.

Once again, the opposition was Harris Crystal Palace and the boys were hoping to inflict further heartache on them. This would be the last time the highly successful Year 11 team would play together, so everyone involved was hoping for a fairy tale ending.

Influential player

The game got off to a frantic start with both defences being tested early on. The pressure of the cup final clearly getting to the players, resulting in some wayward first touches. Eventually the pace of the game settled down and East Dulwich’s prowess started to prevail. Ethan was dictating play in the middle of the pitch, proving what an influential player he has been all season. Josh M, playing in his second match of the evening, showed no sign of fatigue and was linking up nicely with Ethan.

Despite the battle in midfield consistently being won by East Dulwich, no clear cut chances were created and the typically ruthless talisman Alex O, was struggling to make an impact. With East Dulwich loosening their grip of the game, Crystal Palace’s confidence grew. After a 50/50 ball was won on the edge of the area, Crystal Palace’s striker with back to goal went to ground after a grappling match with the imposing Victor. To the dismay of the bench and the spectators, the referee hesitantly pointed to the penalty spot. Their striker thumped the ball into the bottom right corner, giving Crystal Palace an undeserved lead.

Football 3 17.4.15Highly contested game

Following the goal, many were expecting an East Dulwich backlash, however Crystal Palace maintained the pressure and East Dulwich were lucky not to concede a second penalty. Kenny showing too much vigour in a tackle, taking the striker and none of the ball. To everyone’s surprise the referee waved play on. There was hope this would be the stroke of luck that East Dulwich needed to get back into this highly contested game. Before the half was up, Crystal Palace had a further chance and if it wasn’t for Brandon producing an outstanding save, East Dulwich could have been in real trouble.

The second half got underway and East Dulwich looked like a new team, Crystal Palace were camped in their own half. A tactical change in formation to 3-5-2 allowed Dre to push forward and he constantly asked questions of their full back. Chances came thick and fast. Firstly, Bilal showed great pace down the left wing before cutting back and bending a shot that look destined for the far corner, only to fly agonisingly wide of the post. The next chance fell to Ethan, following an excellent cross, he rose above the Crystal Palace back line before sending a crisp header back in the direction it had just came from. Once again, the ball falling just the wrong side of the up right.  

Pulling strings

Josh M continued to pull the strings in central midfield, and the introduction of Reece only strengthened the East Dulwich midfield. Josh K and Ethan were enjoying more time on the ball, allowing them to get into some dangerous areas, yet the final ball was still lacking. The diminutive Elijah was introduced, in the hope that his quick feet could produce that bit of much needed magic. Surprisingly, it wasn’t Elijah’s feet that caused the Crystal Palace goalkeeper problems, it was his head. Following an excellent cross to the back post, Elijah rose highest, however the Crystal Palace keeper produced a fine save low to his right, keeping the score at 1-0.

As the game entered the closing stages, East Dulwich kept up the intensity in the Crystal Palace half. When the ball did break, the ever-reliable Tariq and Yibala were quick to thwart any danger. Crystal Palace had now resorted to having 10 men behind the ball and were beginning to frustrate the East Dulwich team. Further chances fell to Reece and Ethan, neither really testing the keeper.

Much to the disappointment of the East Dulwich players and spectators, the referee blew the final whistle and the Year 11 boys undeservedly lost 1-0. Heartbreak etched across the boys faces as they left the field of play. East Dulwich knew they should have won, but today it wasn’t meant to be.

Special mentions must go to Reece, Bilal and Josh M who played in both Year 10 and Year 11 games, showing great fitness and commitment in doing so. It must also be noted that even though Josh M is in Year 9, he was one of the better players in both games.

Man of the Match – Ethan – Battled relentlessly in centre midfield for the whole game. Showed great work ethic and commanded the team from the outset.

Luke Nowers