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          02/04/20

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          02/04/20

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          Have you checked out our pages yet? You'll find: 📚 Online storybooks 📚 Games and quizzes 📚 Competitions 📚 How to draw videos 📚 Rhymes 📚 Downloadable activities 📚 Recipes Basically, SO much booky goodness! Head this way: //t.co/uoYIy4fucr //t.co/QcE6QfOomb

          01/04/20

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          Join me, Chris Bradford, author of the Young Samurai and Bodyguard series for a virtual author visit like no other on Friday 10th April 2020 at 10am GMT! //t.co/r20UubxZwF

          30/03/20

          Evening all, Ms Day (Head of PE) will be taking part in daily workout tomorrow at 9am. Please feel free to join ... //t.co/RSodAxNLdW

          26/03/20

          Remember to collect your learning packs from the primary office! Also have a look at this free resource now available to you all... //t.co/6g6IcsdS1g

          22/03/20

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          You should only send your child to school on Monday if you have to, because your work is critical to our COVID-19 response. If you are able to keep your child at home, you should. //t.co/n1B1gngVWr

          22/03/20

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          20/03/20

          A busy library today as our students ensure they have plenty of reading material to keep them busy over the closure period! //t.co/ybS5nP4knB

          20/03/20

          Key worker parents - please see this important information on our website. Thank you. //t.co/fmxp5o6mBG

          19/03/20

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          17/03/20

          Parents/Carers - Please note that any new information from the school about coronavirus, including details of possible school closures, can be found at //t.co/r91RP67GNr. This will always have the very latest information. Thank you.

          11/03/20

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          A-may-zing!!! LONDON Youth Games in three sports- netball, basketball and rugby; super proud of our Thamesmead Titans!! //t.co/ZyfWEIdHQW

          11/03/20

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          09/03/20

          Wowsers! We’ve done it! 3 finals won and we’re going to represent at the in 3 different disciplines! //t.co/Cj8vUIWY0e

          05/03/20

          To celebrate World Book Day, Year 8 had a fantastic time today in creative writing workshops and assemblies led by published author - well done Jake and Amy for winning a free signed copy of Reni's book! Thanks for coming in Reni! //t.co/YV7qgp9oTB

          05/03/20

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          05/03/20

          Our six student Wellbeing Ambassadors visited the primary phase yesterday to talk to younger students about and . Well done to our ambassadors Kai, Amandeep, Rubie, Mia, Kimari and Sonnie. Read more //t.co/buPDfpZQSh //t.co/ObIJtChG4h

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          Student Testimonials

          We asked five of our sixth formers to say why they choose to come to the Sixth Form at Harris Garrard Academy and how it is benefitting their studies.


          “I was here for GCSEs and thought I’d stay to have the chance of joining a good university. The Sixth Form here is small which is good because you can have lots of one-to-one conversations with the teachers.” Mandeep


          “I’ve been at this school since primary and I knew this community, so I wanted to continue here because I wanted to carry on doing well.” Betul

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          You know everyone on a one-to-one basis whereas in bigger sixth forms you might have over 100 people in one year and you won’t be able to know everyone individually.” Olamide


          “It’s good to have the personal touch like we have here, because you get to build a good relationship with your teachers which means they can give you the most effective help with your subjects. You have close bonds to other people.” Laura


          “I was new to the Sixth Form but I felt really welcome here. I love the communication between year 12 and year 13. It’s really strong.” Abi

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