Not enrolled yet? Selective places still available 11:00-12:30 only, Tuesday 29th come in and see us


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Great to see the pupils this morning - so pleased with the results!


GCSE from 09:30 with 6th Form enrolment from 10:00 - make sure you're here!


For more information on enrolment day, please see our website . The 6th Form Team look forward to seeing you soon!


If you've applied for 6th Form & will be away on results days, you will need to let us know before or we may be full!


Did you hear about our record Alevel results yesterday?


First results going out... early start after nervous waits!


The time is here! Good luck Year 13, we are very proud of you!


Reminder - A2 results are available for collection as of 0745 this morning


I will sort this with Ms Petters in exams. Can you please make sure the friend brings proof of your consent with them please


If you email then I can pick it up. Is it a friend or relative coming to pick them up?


Hi Louise, someone else is able to collect on your behalf so long as they have ID and an email/letter from yourself.


Thursday 17 August A Level Results Day A2 results from 7.45am AS results from 10.00am


6th Form Enrolment starts from 10am 24th Aug - GCSE results from 9:30am! As we are oversubscribed make sure you're here to confirm courses!


To clarify, QK is already an academy, we are joining the Harris Federation which bring both expertise & economies of scale to benefit all


Hi Louise, sorry hopefully the image loads! Can see there is an issue with on on our site and we will try & fix!


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today. We're signing up another group of 30 young people. will coach them all!


And to round off...Oxford as 2016/17 Sports Day Champions - in the words of Mr Whitley 'a true team effort'! What a way to end the assembly!


Well Done Ben, the 'Job Well Done' Award for services to all things Oxford Community!


Well done to Aisha, Dreni & Ben on their DofE Bronze awards this year- 3 months of volunteering, physical & learning a new skill! Hard Work!

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.


At Harris Academy St John's Wood the health, safety and wellbeing of every child is our top priority.  We expect all staff, Governors, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment to safeguarding our students.  

  • Safeguarding legislation and Government Guidance says that safeguarding means:
  • Protecting children and learners from maltreatment  
  • Preventing impairment of children’s and learners’ health or development  
  • Ensuring that children and learners are growing up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care  
  • Undertaking that role so as to enable those children and learners to have optimum life chances and to enter adulthood successfully.

Safeguarding at Harris Academy St John's Wood is a common thread that runs through all that we do, including child protection, health care plans, site security, safety in lessons, in the playground and on school trips, behaviour for learning, anti bullying and so much more.  

We listen to our students and take seriously what they tell us.  Our staff are trained in child protection and our students know who they can talk to if they have a concern.  We have a team of trained Designated Officers and a Designated Safeguarding Lead.  Our Safeguarding Team consists of:

Designated Safeguarding Lead Miss Celeste Fay
Deputy Safeguarding Lead Ms Emma Stevens
Designated LAC and Child Protection Officer Miss Celeste Fay
Child Protection Officers

Mr Lakole

Ms Antrobus

Ms Gibson

Ms Hammou

Ms Savalle

Ms Chaces

Mr Plummer

The school adheres to three DFE safeguarding documents

  • Working Together to Safeguard Children 2016
  • Keeping Children in Safe in Education 2016
  • The Prevent Duty 2015

At Harris Academy St John's Wood our PREVENT duty means that our staff are trained to be able to identify students who may be vulnerable to radicalisation.  Protecting students at from the risk of radicalisation is seen by HASJW as part of our statutory safeguarding duty whether these the risk comes from within the family or are the product of outside influences.  Further details on PREVENT can be found in our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy or here in the Educate against hate Campaign .

If any member of the local community has concerns regarding the welfare or safety of a child or student please contact the schooland ask for a member of the Safeguarding Team. Alternatively you can contact:



Call: 0808 800 5000 
Text: 88858 



Call: 0800 1111

Other useful sites:



Sex and relationships

NHS Live Well


Talk To Frank


The online world is becoming vaster with young people using social media sites and the internet, to explore opportunities for learning and creativity. However, while the internet is a great resource, as always, there are risks and dangers that every student should be aware of to help protect themselves and be safe online.  The Academy teaches e-safety via our PSHE curriculum, but you may also find the below resources useful.

You'll also find a wealth of additional information on the Think You Know website which was created by the police for parents of children at secondary school. It contains useful information about:

  • what children are doing online
  • how to talk to children about what they are doing online
  • what risks your child might face
  • what tools are there to help them stay safe.

Parent/Carer Information

Although the Academy teaches students e-safety, it is vital that parents are aware of the risks too, and what they can do to develop a culture of e-safety in the home.

Below has some helpful resources for parents/carers that will enable you to help your child stay safe online. -  Created by the police for parents of children at secondary school. – Visit the ‘Know It All’ Section for an interactive guide about online safety – Free up-to-date security advice – Online support for children – Website of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre – guidance about how to make the most of being online while staying safe. - the NSPCC has launched the Share Aware campaign which provides straightforward advice to parents on how to keep their 8-12-year-olds safe on social networks - an e-safety presentation from Childnet International  - a day that is used to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, but they also provide year round training days - The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS) - Parent Info - From CEOP and Parent Zone - 'The 5 digital parenting rules that REALLY matter.' - Parent Info - From CEOP and Parent Zone - 'Setting Safety and Privacy settings for Social Media Apps.' - Online Safety - NSPCC - Sexting - NSPCC - Share Aware - NSPCC - 12 Questions answered about parenting in the digital age - NSPCC - Get Safe Online - CEOP Educate against hate



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