Looking forward to this morning's coffee morning for parents! A chance to speak with the Principal, have a tour and discuss setting up a ! School works best when the Academy, parent and students work together, so please join us.


Some of our Year 13 students getting ready to watch in London.


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What job does your child want to take on? | UK Careers Week approaches ...


Thank you for sharing her solo show “Hijabi matters” with our students today. 🎭


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Today I'm in at school performing my solo show The kids think I'm well famous because I've been on Thank you God! cheers


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Our phone lines are now working again. Thank you for your patience over the last 48 hours.


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Congratulations to this Year 7 student who made a wonderful model as part of her English homework on “Racism and Democracy.”


Our phone lines remain down this morning. Please email the school if you need to contact the Academy urgently or let us know your child is going to be absent.


Please be aware that the school phone lines are currently not working. If you need to contact the Academy urgently, please use our email address which is: Many thanks for your patience while we resolve this issue.


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Great win today for U14 & U16 boys team who went up against Marylebone boys in a Westminster league game. U14 boys won 49-11 MVP Alyas. U16 boys won 36-31 MVP Amour. With 2 wins today should hopefully secure our spots in the playoffs


As part of students are engaging in PSHE lessons and assemblies about the history of LGBT rights. The sessions are designed to celebrate the diversity of our community and remind students of the importance of acceptance.


For students have been completing activities and assemblies to empower them to take control of their digital lives. With a focus on online identity and asking young people to consider how to keep safe online.


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We have enjoyed having Dora completing her second placement with us for the last three weeks.


Some brilliant microscopy from Rezane in Year 12.

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Latest News

Posted on January 31st 2020

Youth Summit

On Friday the 17th of January 2020, 7 students from Year 9, including myself, went towards City Hall, where the Apprentice is filmed. We went to a Social Intergration Youth Summit and took part in workshops ran by a social intergration action charity called WE. Many schools gathered together to share ideas of how we could change the world. The day was about bonding with new people and socialising with people you don't know. We did many activities which lead up to our speeches about how we can help to change our community. Our speech was about Children with disabilities and how we could help our local SEN school students in Swiss Cottage to have an enjoyable day at our school. Sadly, we did not get to present our ideas, but we came up with a good one! Overall, we had a great and memorable day, and we put a lot of effort into our presentation, not to forget the help of Mr.Osenie and Ms.Martins who helped us immensely, and also taking us to the venue and back. We all enjoyed interacting with other students from different schools and increase our knowledge about today's problems. This is an experience we will never forget!


By Haleemah Maqsood, Year 9