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18/11/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

Reminder that if any student at has these symptoms they should not attend school, you should inform us and book a test immediately. https://t.co/zfmxaErEOb

15/11/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

Happy Diwali to all in the community who are celebrating. https://t.co/bdWubYml80

15/11/20

Thank you to parents for support this half term. Remember you must NOT send your child to school with symptoms of coronavirus (a persistent cough, high temperature and/or loss or change of taste or smell). Together we protect our Academy community.

10/11/20

Retweetd From Sam Johnson🌈

Great online session today on in with hope the students of enjoyed it! https://t.co/uSnzCuGORL

15/10/20

Huge thank you to our catering team who have worked together to create food from all over the world this week as part of 🇯🇲🇳🇬🇹🇿 https://t.co/HG1oYYQxy3

15/10/20

Retweetd From Amanda Dewinter

Fantastic interviews with staff and Y11 pupils on , thoughtful, informative and very well presented! https://t.co/2x8vsVRXfu

15/10/20

If you're in Year 6 or Year 5 and missed our online open events last night, you can hear from Mr Smith and Mrs Raggett here. https://t.co/u5UBvvQZUE

15/10/20

Proud of our Year 11s discussing on last night. https://t.co/xSMFVZsgG6

14/10/20

📅 The secondary application deadline is just two weeks away. 🖥️ Sign up and join us to hear more about our fantastic Academy at our online open event later today. https://t.co/daOztwOPxS https://t.co/8g4HRj8X7A

13/10/20

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Applications for 2021-22 are open!! 🥳 https://t.co/7IMqGdEk6L

07/10/20

Retweetd From ChildrensBookProject

This amazing org initiated a crowdfunder on our behalf this summer & enabled us to gift 100s of these incredible books by black authors to & . Further books from them going to next week. We couldn't be more grateful. https://t.co/lMcujxKp81

07/10/20

See what life is like at by watching our new video: https://t.co/EI2SAEqo3n

07/10/20

📺 Visit our virtual tour page to find out what life is like at ... 🖊 Register for your place at our online open evening. https://t.co/K7VCvhZ7Tb

29/09/20

Please check our website for an important update from the Principal. https://t.co/xVnRRE1iRr https://t.co/Hl0mthrEZO

21/09/20

Retweetd From Construction Youth

In our Carbon Challenge session ways to make projects more environmentally friendly! Thank you to the from , & for giving real life examples & students about your roles! https://t.co/sEZTvIXUlG

15/09/20

Retweetd From Sam Johnson🌈

Great session on ‘Sustainable Design in Construction’ with Year 7 students at , facilitated by - thanks everyone, hope the students enjoyed hearing more about this important subject 🏗 🍃👷🏻‍♀️ https://t.co/2wgYKWCNIr

10/09/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

I have just walked round a school full of students learning supported by outstanding educators. It’s great to be back at

09/09/20

Year 11 have just beaten Year 7 into second place, with nearly 97% attendance today. What fantastic and in their GCSE year. https://t.co/9P8hU6TJmV

09/09/20

Students showing their and from Day One! https://t.co/9P8hU6TJmV

07/09/20

Proud of our new Year 7 cohort today (96% attendance), and our biggest year 12 cohort. Brilliant support from staff and understanding by students as we work together to keep our community safe.

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Expectations

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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