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21/07/22

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Parents - see the leaving gift our Artist in Residence did for our children in primary. A mural to spark the imagination - forest magic | https://t.co/zHqIuVgT90

12/07/22

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12/07/22

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Day2- Sarah Murray, NASA lead speaker of Mission Discovery, welcoming HATO students individually. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩⁦⁦https://t.co/FZ3TYWRhqU

12/07/22

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Prof Harridge responds to our students questions about genetic modification for space missions in future .Samuel on the lead of thinking and questioning scientifically.⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/8jULUslVFl

12/07/22

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Sarah Murray and Dr Swanson from NASA taking part in the brain storming discussion about the HATO space experiment.⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/sw7CIiJ48V

12/07/22

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Samuel our World class leader gives a speech when astronaut asked for honest feedback- skills are tested best when the confidence of the team is pushed to the highest by encouragement https://t.co/GJJgwz7eIM

02/07/22

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The Intergrated Disapora services arrive from Jamaica And also welcome the Harringey Mayor the Enfield Mayor and The North area BCU Metropolitan Haringey and Enfield for a wonderful day of celebration. https://t.co/CqLyAli2vv

02/07/22

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Come to celebrate all of Jamaican life & culture 🇯🇲 academy host the brilliant charity for a day to sumptuous food and to learn about 55 black businesses and the Jamaica High Commissioner https://t.co/bqN9DVVH1V

02/07/22

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Free Event today 60 years of Jamaican independence celebrated today in our Sports Complex by Park View Road. An exhibition and market packed full of art, culture, giveaways and more. AngelFoundationUKJA. EXPO 2022 in partnership with Victoria Mutual & Grace Foods https://t.co/p5mPvCqEvS

22/06/22

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Huge thank you and well done to all staff for their efforts to get into school despite the disruption to public transport - some went to extraordinary lengths as detailed here by https://t.co/hI4Ofj1ECy

25/05/22

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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 | https://t.co/2NxHW6rA9I

21/05/22

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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? https://t.co/DHNjEUrRzm

29/04/22

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Our Harris dance students share their passion for dance | harris https://t.co/MiywrZ4Olr

28/04/22

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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! 💃🏼 https://t.co/SyyKk4JApV

28/04/22

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Thank you to the and to for their brilliant initiative with local schools such as https://t.co/vXGW31LQbM

28/04/22

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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 https://t.co/rWi5EI5vk9

26/04/22

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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! https://t.co/bknR2D7zHz

23/04/22

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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 https://t.co/0fLFiNmGJ5

31/03/22

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You can still catch yesterdays show with my guests - BBC football commentator talking plus Headteacher Nick Soar talking https://t.co/GbuRyyVo9s https://t.co/FCE9TedIdU

20/03/22

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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! 🎩 https://t.co/IVBg8EKcQ4 https://t.co/DamtMcvwZ8

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Posted on November 29th 2018

Basketball - U14 Boys & Girls Westminster Borough Tournament

Wednesday 28th November ASL hosted the annual Westminster borough tournament.

Harris St John's Wood had entered our U14 Boys & Girls teams to compete.

U14 girls were undefeated all the way up to the finals.

Game 1 vs ASL B team Harris wins 10-6

Game 2 vs Southbank school Harris wins 2-0 Mia scoring the only basket

Game 3 vs South bank School Harris wins 12-2

Finals vs ASL A team Harris lost 4-16

Tasia was our Most Valuable player she was outstanding in every game using her height to her averaged and dominated

Honourable mention goes to Hawa, Mia & Ameila who are in year 7 playing against year 9s and were able to keep up with the game which is a good sign for the future of the girls basketball team.

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U14 boys only playing with 3 year 9s and the rest of the team are in year 8 going to the tournament as one of the youngest teams. Reaching the finals is an amazing achievement.

Game 1 vs ASL B team Harris lost 4-8

Game 2 vs King Solomon Harris wins 14-6

Game 3 vs St George's school Harris wins 14-13 Idouw scored the game winning free throw

Finals vs ASL A team Harris lost 4-18

Amour was voted tournament MVP which was well deserved he was a great leader for his team and got them to the finals

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Honourable mention goes to Ali, Younis, Afonso, John, Salahdin, Tayo, Jamal & Alyas who are all in Year 8 and had massive impact throughout the tournament.

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Well done to both teams they represented Harris St John's Wood well.

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