For this week's assembly, reflects on events surrounding the death of George Floyd in the US. We are resolute in our condemnation of racism and discrimination in all forms. Our response to this cannot and must not be tokenistic.


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On , I'd like to thank all staff at (not just teachers) for their utter professionalism and dedication at what is an exceptionally challenging time.


Latest news on our plans for phased reopening for Years 10 and 12 can be found here:


This week's assembly is on VE Day, and has been prepared by Ms Oliver.


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Exciting and unique opportunity for an inspiring Secondary Teacher of Arabic at in London


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Food parcels packaged and ready to send to our most needy pupils with thanks to our partners at


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Our assembly this week comes from Mr Snell. He's asking "what did Isaac Newton do in lockdown".


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Coronavirus: Violinist Benedetti offering free online music tuition


Fantastic maths work completed at home by Tiffany in Year 8. Thanks to Ms Lay for sharing.


Our Principal, has recorded an assembly for all members of the Academy community. You can view it by clicking on the link here:


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Year 8 are reading "The Walled City" by as part of home working. Bunny has prepared some fantastic research to help understand the context of the novel. Thanks for the nomination Ms Spiegelberger.


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“Curriculum content is hugely important, but it must be underpinned by emotional wellbeing – without that, not a great deal of curriculum content will be absorbed.” Stephen Trask, from our Computer Science team, looks at how virtual schooling is going at Harris


Some fantastic creative work from Nia in Year 8. Thanks to Miss Kramer for sharing.


Just round the corner from our school is the tomorrow they share one of their stunning concerts | Monday 7:30pm ~ enjoy


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Students at this week have been learning and presenting about the Incan empire. Fantastic learning and efforts. Thanks to Ms Sliti and Mr Brown for supporting this week.


As we approach the start of Ramadan, we’d like to wish all those in our Academy community who will be observing and celebrating


Ms Dawes wanted to share this fantastic artwork in their GCSE sketchbooks from Eftela and Mali - some lovely work.


Well done to Hari in Year 9 who is converting a palette from his garden shed into a planter with a little help from Mr Syed. We can't wait to see the finished version!

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    Posted on June 3rd 2019

    Dr Rahman Kress gives talks to Year 12

    On Monday 3rd June, at the very beginning of the school day right after the half-term, Dr. Kress from the global Henkel company came to give an illuminating talk on the subject of his career and work experiences to around 35 students in Year 12.


    Dr. Rahmyn Kress has been Chief Digital Officer at Henkel AG & Co. KGaA since March 2017. Dr. Kress served as Chief Executive Officer and President at Digiplug S.A.S. Dr. Kress joined Digiplug in January 2011. Prior to his new role at Henkel, he has been with Accenture since 2010, where he held several executive roles from being the Chief Executive Officer & President of an Accenture digital subsidiary in digital supply chain, Managing Director of Telecom, Media & Technology. He served as Managing Director of Accenture Technology Ecosystems & Ventures in Europe. He has more than 25 years of professional experience in developing and implementing digital strategies. He gained extensive international expertise across different industries. He served as Senior Vice President of Physical and Digital Supply Chain for the world’s largest music major, Universal Music Group. 


    He was friendly, engaging and approachable. Students were fascinated by hearing how he and his Iraqi family adapted to life in Germany. His problems with dyslexia and ADHD ensured that although he found school difficult initially, he certainly developed the ability to become determined and resilient which allowed him to seek success. He is keen to mentor young people who are interested in entrepreneurial ideas and problem-solving! The talk was followed by a substantial Q and A session.


    Naturally we discussed politics but Dr. Kress prefers to think positively. He lives with his family in London.