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15/01/18

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A new £40 million secondary school on the site of one of the UK’s most significant regeneration projects, The London Cancer Hub, is set to create the next generation of young scientists. https://t.co/TBbPDuNtFM https://t.co/2tSRngnMfn

15/01/18

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

We are delighted to announce that Michael Foale CBE, the British-American astrophysicist and former astronaut, will visit the academy on Friday 2nd February 2018. Stay tuned for more information coming very soon. https://t.co/n3HsxujAEh

15/01/18

Watch: video on the start of building work for the new Harris Academy Sutton building https://t.co/HugRRIpP4i

13/01/18

New site is close enough to a number of Harris academies with strong A-level offers that pupils will be supported to move should they wish to https://t.co/kSTDzSdYcz

12/01/18

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Here’s what happened after a Croydon school banned energy drinks https://t.co/uoMCebIAbM

12/01/18

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Here’s what happened after a school banned energy drinks https://t.co/aio7TNZDqR https://t.co/DLm08ZOJzZ

12/01/18

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Ever wondered what school governors do? A fantastic opportunity to find out with - I'm in my fourth year, our governing body is a hugely diverse range of individuals https://t.co/wIcf2mN0Kq

10/01/18

. students help kick off campaign to ban the sale of energy drinks to children https://t.co/1mjpEWCgqk

10/01/18

students helped kick off new campaign against the sale of high caffeine energy drinks to children. https://t.co/1mjpEWCgqk

10/01/18

students took part in new campaign to ban sale of energy drinks to children https://t.co/1mjpEWCgqk

10/01/18

Students at take part in latest campaign to ban the sale of high caffeine energy drinks to children: https://t.co/lXvZzUgerH

07/01/18

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I wrote a piece about the need to fill students' lives with beauty for the TES that came out of the conference in October. https://t.co/ArZmUvzLAP

07/01/18

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Will you be looking for your first role as an in 2018? Look no further! Apply for an NQT position : https://t.co/RJmRoA6RbK https://t.co/6wn4VzYC9e

06/01/18

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. says under 16s should be banned from buying energy drinks in his new campaign . Do you agree? https://t.co/iVSgYA48Cl

06/01/18

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Proud of our students talking to and tonight. Energy drinks are https://t.co/ZaMAboZglS

06/01/18

1 - 5 January 2018 Harris Academies https://t.co/8swEW1T7HE

05/01/18

Very proud that has rated as ‘outstanding’ in every category. https://t.co/YmseEqyOGu

03/01/18

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03/01/18

Today’s ‘outstanding’ Ofsted report is the ninth ‘outstanding’ inspection in a row for Harris Federation. Thanks to all our staff, students, parents and governors who all play a part in this success. https://t.co/bi5g2VAZPz

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Posted on January 3rd 2018

Cambridge Trip

At the end of December, a group of Year 11s and 12s, along with a Senior Perfect from Year 13 and Ms Arif, went to Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge. We went there to list to a lecture by Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, the discoverer of pulsars. Pulsars are extremely dense neutron stars that release radiation. Although we didn't understand all of the physics, we had an awesome time and tried to understand as much as we could. Dame Bell Burnell is a vocal about promoting women's recognition in male dominated jobs. For example, she didn't receive the Nobel prize for her discovery but her male supervisor did. She is really keen to make that change and make females recognized in the work industry, specifically around science careers. For that reason she is part of a group of women who have set up the Athena Awards. Universities have to show they are women-friendly in order to get the Award, which has attached funding.

After the lecture we meet some undergraduate students who currently study Natural Sciences. They answered our questions about what Cambridge is like and how they couldn't believe it when they received their offers. We were left with motivational advice to at least apply because you may just be accepted. 

It was an honour to be invited to the lecture however it wasn't the only fun part. After eating our post-lecture dinner, we went outside and it had been snowing. The snow was beautiful and although freezing we still went out and played with it. After all there is a saying that we are all children at heart. It was settling on the ground beautifully, unlike here in London, and we even made some snowballs. Finally exhausted yet content we made our way back. The coach journeys were exhausting and some of us even fell asleep during the ride home. Needless to say it was totally worth it and even though we came back quite late, I'm sure all of us would happily do it all over again.

Amber and Hana, Year 11