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Would you like to join the new Police Cadets group at Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich? Every Tues from 7-9pm. Everyone welcome. Find out more at


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Day Six of our snowsport trip. The highlight of the day was our beginners group completing the famous Black run down from the glacier. Full report and pics


"It is quite a sight to see our boys coming down the mountain." Report from Day Five of our snowsports trip, and lots of pics at


"We awoke this morning once again to beautiful blue skies." Report and pics from Day Four of our snowsports trip


Report from Day Three of our snowsports trip. Please look at the pictures at and admire how beautiful it is!


Report from Day Two of our snowsports trip: "It was like watching a different group from yesterday, the progress they have made has been excellent."


Report one Day One of Crans Montana snowsports trip. An impressive first day all round!


Harris Boys‘ have arrived in Crans🇨🇭 A smooth crossing on the Eurostar, 7 hours 💤 , checked into our Chalet and now getting our skis and boards fitted🎿 🏂 ⛷ 😁


Look how proud our Under 15 team are to lift the Harris Cup, after beating an excellent team in the final. Please say to our boys. We've been hunting this trophy for the past 3 years! Full match report at


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Very proud of our team! A huge well done to all the students who competed so well today.


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🤾🏽‍♂️Huge Congratulations to the U13 Boys Handball Finals Medallists! You did your borough proud! ⭐️ 🥇 🥈 🥉, 🥉St Pauls,


We couldn't be more proud of our boys! Well done too all of them, and to all the schools who took part today.


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Well done for getting Bronze ! 🎊👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽


The 10,000th has just been borrowed from our school this school year. A great achievement! Axel, Year 8, wons a Golden Ticket for being the student to borrow the 10,000th one.


Boys are working really hard in and doing all the right things. This still life in oil is by Hassan, Year 10. See more great work at Well done everyone!


Thanks to , , , and more for the great opportunities for students through the Harris Experience programme


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Well done to all the teams taking part in the KS3 Table Tennis today ! Thank you to all the teachers for the support and to the young leaders scoring the matches. Congratulations to the winners!🏓

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Posted on March 12th 2019

Book Bingo and More for World Book Day

IMG 2228We celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 7 March with students in Years 7, 8 and 9 sharing a story together in DEAR Time (Drop Everything and Read) to start the day. Boys then received their World Book Day vouchers which can be exchanged for a free book at bookshops and supermarkets.

Members of staff brought in their favourite books for the day, including Ms Warburton (right) whose book was The Princess Bride by William Goldman. Students took part in a Book Bingo competition to find out as many of them as they could and completed a tie-breaker, describing their own favourite books.

The winner was Ahmed in Year 9 (pictured below) who named all the books and wrote about his own special book, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. He wrote: “This writer says that when kids grow up to be adults they forget what they went through in childhood and all they think about is money. I think I will never forget about my childhood when I grow up.” The runners-up were Samuel in Year 7, Lalloh in Year 8 and Diego in Year 9. And in case you are wondering.... why not download the list of our teachers' favourite books?

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Books in Bags competition

Old books were re-used for another library competition for World Book Day. Six books retired from the library were cut into hundreds of pieces and put into clear bags for students to identify. Four students, among many entries, managed to give the titles, authors and volume numbers of all six – an amazing skill! Our prize winners were Ryan and Matthew in Year 7 and Syed and Joshua in Year 8.

Joshua and Matthew (below) identifying cut up books in bags. 

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Mr Agbaje with his favourite book, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor.

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Daniel and Axel with their favourite books

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Ryan identifying cut up books in bags.

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