On Monday 21st June, the academy identified a positive case of Covid-19. 11 students were required to isolate. Today two more cases have been identified. One in Year 8 & one in Year 9. As on Monday we will write to you with more explanation. Keep taking your lateral flow tests


Our goal is to become a centre of excellence for STEM in the capital. This is part of ‘s wider mission to close the gap between young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers.


Delighted to have been awarded a contract to deliver STEM CPD across Central & West London. Free science launch event with & on Mon 5th July to celebrate


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Missed yesterday’s show on catch it here with my guests former Chelsea & Everton footballer plus the executive head of & Nick Soar


Parents - nice little piece about new Principal Sam Green in the here:


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Churches across London will ring out their bells 72 times to honour each victim lost in the devastating tragedy 💚


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If you're aged 25 or over, or if you turn 25 before 1 July 2021, you can now book your COVID-19 vaccine. 👉


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So exciting that we are empowering teachers across seven different academies with our fully-funded Accreditation programme. Explore our coaching offers at


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The 1st dose of the COVID-19 vaccine should give you good protection from coronavirus from 3 or 4 weeks after you've had it. But you need to have the 2 doses of the vaccine to give you longer lasting protection. Read more:


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If you have experience of an and identify as Black or Asian, share your experiences of accessing services & your ideas of how to improve services in a focus group on Monday 7th June, at 6:30. Email hin, to join!


Retweetd From Lawrence Foley We need someone really great to oversee operations in the school. Please share with people you think would be good for the role.


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Congratulations to Daniel Falode (Yr 13) for securing a place at Harvard College.


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The end of Asian History Month was marked by an assembly on some complex and difficult Asian history through the lens of a very enjoyable board game.


Another clear blue sky this morning. All quiet & ready for another day.


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Parents & Families Please remember to take those Lateral Flow tests x 2 a week. High levels of Indian variant in NW London & nearby Hounslow |


Parents & Families Please remember to take those Lateral Flow tests x 2 a week. High levels of Indian variant in NW London & nearby Hounslow |


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Londoners, we must remain vigilant in the fight against COVID-19. We can't let our guard down now. Please follow the rules and protect yourself and your loved ones by having the vaccine when it's your turn—you can book here ⬇️




*COVID ALERT for parents* From next week the academy will be carrying out (when we can) ON SITE lateral flow testing to locate any Indian variant. Please may we ask parents & pupils to make sure they take and log their LFT at home twice this week before this.


We are all looking forward to welcoming the new year seven cohort on May 26th for their welcome evening

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Kinetic Foundation Football Academy

Kinetic Foundation are delighted to announce a new partnership with HASJW to offer an individualised, innovative football and education programme for 16-18 year olds.

As a registered charity, Kinetic Foundation adopt a holistic approach to develop each young person as a ‘whole’ rather than from just a technical or tactical component. Alongside our excellent football provision we deliver a volunteering programmementoring scheme, mental health support pillar and employability workshops on career planning.

Education offer

Pupils can complete a double CTEC Vocational Sport (plus an A level) pathway or triple CTEC Vocational Sport pathway.  Entry requirements to the football program are 5 GCSEs at Grade 4+ including English, although particular A level subjects have higher GCSE grade cut offs which can be seen in the Individual Subject Requirements section.  Our bespoke training and match schedule will take place outside of the timetabled lessons to ensure that pupils can undertake whichever academic pathway without any clashes.

Football offer

We employ an extensive, diverse and experienced staff body which consists of UEFA qualified coaches, strength and conditioning experts, sports therapists, youth workers, mentors, life coaches and counsellors.

Kinetic Academy scholars will train for five hours per week and play matches on a Wednesday in either the National Youth Alliance League, Bostik Youth League, FA Youth Cup or the ESFA National Cup.

Kinetic is extremely proud of their track record of supporting young people to secure professional contracts – 37 young people in six seasons have achieved this.

Next steps

If you have any further questions please contact