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21/01/20

It's not too late to apply for September 2020. https://t.co/fIkH1oA4b4

21/01/20

What our report said about our sixth form provision (November 2019): - Wider opportunities provided in the sixth form are exceptional. - Excellent role models. - Well crafted curriculum. - Almost all students to higher education, many to TOP universities. https://t.co/CY5EbL7ETn

21/01/20

Still time to apply for our OUTSTANDING sixth form provision ( November 2019) https://t.co/zSvGEnABDw

20/01/20

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Great win for U14 girls basketball team, who went up against Paddington Academy in a Westminster league game today. We are still undefeated winning 5 out 5 games. https://t.co/mt8E073OWn

20/01/20

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If you want to our team will be at on Tuesday 28th January 5pm - 7pm! We can answer your questions about our course, funding, eligibility, placements anything else you need to know! Book tickets here: https://t.co/UU3tMXmSZh

17/01/20

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Thrilled that three of our "outstanding" sixth form students have had offers from Universities this week. https://t.co/AOgScria7t

16/01/20

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19 Harris Westminster students have Cambridge offers. Congratulations to all 44. https://t.co/EFznx6FG5D

16/01/20

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25 Harris Westminster students have Oxford offers this year (a school record). Cambridge still trickling in but also looking good. https://t.co/ROZixY1Jqy

15/01/20

Students' behaviour in our recent report described as "impeccable". Reflected in the grade received for Behaviour and Attitudes. https://t.co/h54W6Sgyp7

15/01/20

More from our recent report ... Standards of behaviour are given a high priority ... behaviour expected and got. https://t.co/Ne4vqaZQi5

14/01/20

Not to be outdone, here’s some of what produced in this evening’s session https://t.co/zzWEErUbnW

14/01/20

Not missing out ... and departments taking part in our session on subject knowledge. https://t.co/cAD5qM868E

14/01/20

, and & departments engaging in the first of our teaching principles (subject knowledge) at tonight’s CPD session. https://t.co/nNqDO8vH9N

14/01/20

Some of our Year 7 students are working together in a week at ⁦ https://t.co/7CUcY9C0Y1

10/01/20

Some highlights from our ⁦⁩ report published this week. https://t.co/B4p1s2Klzq

09/01/20

Retweetd From Amanda Dewinter

Congratulations , a fantastic achievement! May the school continue to build on its huge success in 2020 and beyond.

09/01/20

Retweetd From Louise Martin

Completed my second placement of through . Great staff, superb students, thoroughly deserved. Bravo! https://t.co/aaqfDCg901

08/01/20

We are proud to share the outcome of our recent inspection. We are a “good” school with “outstanding” behaviour and attitudes, and sixth form. to students, parents and staff. More here: https://t.co/qGr5Yb8CD9 https://t.co/nUYHoHdtjF

19/12/19

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

We break up for Christmas tomorrow, so here's some of my reflections at the end of my first term at https://t.co/aXhRNmnXyu https://t.co/TiLVpxnRv2

19/12/19

Retweetd From HASJW Bball Academy

Great away win for 6th form basketball team as they now progress to 7-3 record in the beating Three Rivers Academy 58-53 https://t.co/K61MNpQfiP

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    Posted on June 17th 2019

    Year 12 gives talk at Wallace Collection

    On Saturday 1st of June Rowida from HASJW in Year 12 gave a lively talk combining her interest in politics history and art. A novelist and member of the programme, Lynda Waterhouse, who trains students for the project wrote her perspective:

     

    'Rowida agreed to take part in the Teen Outset project at very short notice. Like the previous students from Harris St John's Wood (CJ, Naima and Elmo) she was full of ideas and quickly put her own individual stamp on the talk. Rowida was interested in politics and art and talked with ease and confidence about Benjamin Franklin, the French Revolution and how, like the female artist Vigee le Brun, it must feel to be an exile from your own country for many years. The object that was the closest to her heart was a fourteenth century mosque lamp from Cairo which she talked about with passion and knowledge. There were a couple of academics who had come to the talk and I was so impressed by the way Rowida responded to their questions and the insights that she gave back to them! Rowida was also  fun to work with and I will never forget her joke Subway sandwich order! 

     

    My thanks to Rowida for stepping in so brilliantly to represent the school at such a prestigious event.