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A great teacher makes all the difference. Share your appreciation for a teacher you know by sending a free card with a personalised message at 👩‍🏫👨‍🏫


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HATO tales are here for story time! Hit the link to see Ms Greet & Mrs Marshall read their favourite stories!📖 We would love to hear if you have enjoyed our stories & what you would like to hear next!


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Dr Niccolo Salvatori is our participant this week! He completed his at & joined RIS in 2017. He teaches at


Looking after keyworker’s children and vulnerable students during the Easter holidays. We’ve been showing our support for the by creating a rainbow and messages of thanks in several different languages.


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Here’s our ‘Guide To Staying Home...In Style’ resource for students & families. Please feel free to use.


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Thank you so much for supplying us with vital equipment! 💜💜💜


Read the end of term letter from here ...


We are proud to have donated several pairs of our protective goggles and other items of PPE to support the NHS at and work at


See below and the link for a parent letter from our safer schools officer.


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. has published new advice for parents and carers focused on looking after the and wellbeing of children and young people. Read the full guidance:


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HBAED today donated 155 pairs of safety googles (normally used by our Science and DT department) to the NHS to help prevent their staff contracting COVID-19. Lewisham NHS put out a call to local schools who might have spare googles, and we are proud to help


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I have written to all schools, thanking them for the incredible resilience and flexibility they have shown in the face of unprecedented challenges. They are central to this country's fight against coronavirus.


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We have been informed some parents have received an email stating: ‘As schools will be closing, if you're entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we'll make sure you're supported’. This is a scam email - do not respond, and delete immediately.


Proud to have been a part of tonight, showing the planning we were doing to help students stay safe and make progress when the Academy closed.


Here's our video guide to using Microsoft Teams for students in Year 10:


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Thank you to the teachers and staff in schools across the country this morning - you are part of our vital front line in the fight against coronavirus. Help schools to focus on the children who need a place most, and keep your kids at home if you can.


We are still recruiting at this time, and would love to hear from excellent practitioners wanting to teach in an exceptional Science department with "outstanding" behaviour, great CPD opportunities and A Level teaching in an "outstanding" sixth form.


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Hot on the heels of our art department, Mrs Green has organised a joyful noise!! students making memories on their last day for a while!

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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As a member of the Harris Academy St John’s Wood Sixth Form, students will be guided and inspired by the sixth form team.

We expect all of our students to strive for 100% attendance and to be punctual to each and every lesson. If, in the case of an emergency, students cannot attend school, they must complete the online absence form by 8.00am on the morning of the absence. Students are not allowed to have appointments during lesson time.

All students will follow the homework timetable and will sit an hour’s detention on the same day if they fail to complete their homework. All of our students must adhere to the dress code without exception. Failure to do so will result in the student being sent home.

This includes wearing their school lanyards at all times. The sixth form years offer greater freedom and opportunity, accompanied by more responsibilities. It is a time when students take a control of their destiny, making their own big decisions as they prepare for university and beyond.

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