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Two of our students Brave and Josh attended - they are shining stars and will surely set the world alight - far right of picture. Thank you as ever to |


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Happy Friday ! We're excited to share our resources for students 👀 at this video showing the AMAZING careers you can access through - helpful for options evening?


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A fantastic evening on Wed 27th when we hosted ‘Step Around Town’ event with . It was wonderful to see so many talented dancers from Hornsey School for Girls, St Angela’s Ursuline School, Highams Park School & our very own HATO dancers! Well done everyone! 💃🏼


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Thank you to the and to for their brilliant initiative with local schools such as


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Thank you to who performed so well & imaginatively so in the fantastic dance event last night at Harris Academy Tottenham led by | supports the arts | thanks also to for sponsoring


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Governor Service Awards: This weekend was the Governor Conference. Two of our governors, Nigel and Olugbenga, were recognised for their long term service to HPAHP! Thank you to both of them for supporting our school!


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Outstanding governance is vital to the success of Harris academies - thank you to 200 governors who attended our conference today and for everything you do throughout the year, thank you to for hosting, and thank you to for being a wonderful guest speaker


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You can still catch yesterdays show with my guests - BBC football commentator talking plus Headteacher Nick Soar talking


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In the other Kinetic Cup game this week, and drew 3-3 with Zion grabbing himself a hat-trick in 15 minutes! 🎩


Year 7 excited by their brilliant PSHE Performance by Riot Act on Road Safety and peer pressure


A brilliant day of Girls Football capped off with after school club! The girls worked on their dribbling skills and then put it into practice with a match. Well done to everyone who joined in throughout the day!


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got the bragging rights in this Kinetic Cup game as they came out on top against with Tyrese getting a hat-trick! ⚽️🏆


Around 30 Year 10 Girls enjoying the use of the whole Astroturf to play Football in their PE lesson this morning! A big thank you to the Head of Year 10 for coming down to support and show off her skills too!


Some of our Year 8 Girls enjoying their opportunity to play Football in their PE lesson this morning!


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Reading literature is at the core of what we do at Academy St John’s Wood - here our pupils & staff pull out all the stops to celebrate the characters of their favourite novels!


Parents & Pupils! Who is this character and which member of staff is it?! Celebration of Books on


is such an opportunity to raise the profile of reading and we hope our parents can see the zest with which pupils & staff approach reading


Reading literature is at the core of what we do at Academy St John’s Wood - here our pupils & staff pull out all the stops to celebrate the characters of their favourite novels!


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comes to Harris Academy Tottenham with a vibrant and colourful range of mysterious characters sneaking around the school corridors as well as being at the school gate. Who can you spot? |

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Posted on March 4th 2022

Help Us Make a Sensory Room for Vulnerable Pupils

Sensory RoomWe are fundraising for a sensory room to help students with sensory and/or mental health needs. Can you help to make this possible?

Please click HERE to visit our GoFundMe page. Thank you.

We have already found a room that we can repurpose into a sensory room and safe haven, but we don’t have the additional funding required to equip it. That's where we need your help.

We have already been lucky enough to have found a local artist who has volunteered her time and materials free of charge, but we need to raise funds to equip the room. Please click HERE to visit our GoFundMe page.

Why we need a sensory room

For some children, school will be the best part of their day, a warm safe environment to learn and grow in. For some, school is a place to meet friends and explore the world. 

While for others, school is a daily challenge, an overwhelming mix of emotions and experiences

At Harris Academy St John’s Wood we provide support for local children with a wide range of needs including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Hearing and Visual Impairment and those facing Mental Health challenges.

These children can find the school environment particularly challenging, and while they benefit from learning in a mainstream setting alongside their peers, there are times when they need can refocus and take time to reflect.  

We strive to make school a positive experience for all our pupils through listening to them, their families and the other agencies that work with them. We work tirelessly to meet their needs, to ensure that our pupils are offered the same opportunities and experiences as their peers and to encourage them to celebrate their differences whilst recognising that we are all part of one community. 
We have found that Covid-19 and the resulting lockdowns and regulations have had a serious impact on the Mental Health of our pupils, not only those who are recognised as having SEND, but increasingly among the whole school community. We need to act now to support these children and have identified the need to create a sensory room where our students can take time out whenever they may be feeling overwhelmed. 

We would like to dedicate the new room to an ex-student of ours who we tragically lost in December 2021.  This young person suffered greatly with her own Mental Health challenges but always tried her best at school and formed strong relationships with the teachers and other adults that worked with her. We would like to dedicate this safe space to her as a permanent reminder to her friends and classmates, as we know how much she would have benefited from a sensory room in the early days of her experiencing Mental Health challenges.

How can you help?

The school has found a room that we can repurpose into a sensory room and safe haven, but we don’t have the additional funding required to equip it.

Please click HERE to donate equipment or funds towards this life changing project. Thank you.

Thank you, and sharing this project further will be a big help too.