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19/04/18

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Visit from Harris Academy today looking at food production from birth https://t.co/lwe3ZnG4Wp

19/04/18

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Talking about below 15% moisture some good questions about https://t.co/Bwe8lioObJ

19/04/18

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New job: is looking for an Assistant Principal - Science Faculty. Apply now https://t.co/qMDFE1MceK https://t.co/BkUDaipVRz

19/04/18

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Teacher of Science required .Apply now https://t.co/knmP0XmQhR https://t.co/ulFl5XOSvK

19/04/18

For more images and the full article: https://t.co/EspQ6POcmF

19/04/18

Harris Academy Purley hosted the Year 8 Netball Competition yesterday. Unfortunately we missed out on the finals by a single goal, but the weather was wonderful and the students played exceptionally well! https://t.co/pgs8ilL1b7

17/04/18

Some of our students have been officiating a primary school basketball competition this morning, which contributes to the Sports Leader qualification they are undertaking! https://t.co/rFoGVHRkcE

16/04/18

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Evening Cleaners required .Apply now https://t.co/KzliO1W58n https://t.co/SM5slXG1eK

16/04/18

The winners from last term's Science Fair are (from Year 7) Charlotte A Manahil and Ria & from Year 8 Alice K, Musharafa and Rashid. See Miss Homewood for your prizes!

28/03/18

Term Dates: https://t.co/IyRwC8rn0f

27/03/18

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Games Force leadership training students learning how to deal with scenarios that could arise at the upcoming primary events. https://t.co/ejfMxKqhCX

27/03/18

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Are you looking for a Teacher of Maths? Apply now https://t.co/65Jl5cbBqa https://t.co/RAthNHBASt

26/03/18

Our End of Term Arrangements letter is now on our website: https://t.co/iveoiqhvDZ

23/03/18

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Join . Science Technician required https://t.co/mk22MYLsz7 https://t.co/RzVkKm6sAG

23/03/18

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New job: is looking for an Assistant Principal - Science Faculty. Apply now https://t.co/Zd7gmhmqL2 https://t.co/kU6NBgZ3yH

22/03/18

Jack delivered a fantastic speech at the Speak Out Challenge regional finals this week! Several teachers from our English department went along to support him throughout the evening! https://t.co/lu33zcGr8t

22/03/18

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New job: Director of Learning Mathematics .Apply now https://t.co/AV3MvhieIc https://t.co/XvGj2SyuaU

22/03/18

Students attended a special assembly on Eating Disorders this morning, delivered by Phoebe from the SLAM team (South London and Maudsley). For further information, head over to: https://t.co/ok9UNy2LtY https://t.co/Wcqi33f57Y

20/03/18

This afternoon, the RAF popped in to help launch the 'rocket cars' students have been designing as part of https://t.co/5nSolJs43X

16/03/18

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Students at are taking part in Games Force training. Thank you the students loved learning the roles and responsibilities when delivering a competition. https://t.co/0UJsj6cfpV

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Posted on November 8th 2017

Harris Experience Imperial Trip

On Wednesday 8th November a group of Year 10 Students were lucky enough to attend a set of lectures at the prestigious venue right next to the Science Museums and the V&A Museum.

We travelled by Minibus, train and tube and had a brisk walk to the Lecture Theatre, arriving at 12:30 to be greeted by a few hundred other students from the Harris Federation. A real “family” occasion!

The lectures were really interesting, we heard about how scientists work, the science of rocks,  how we now use human poo to treat infections in others, how a fusion reactor works as well as how Imperial can help us to become students at this university. All of the lecturers were either PhD students or had already published papers and were post doctorate staff. Almost all of the lecturers were female,  something that I hope will inspire more girls to do a STEM subject at the highest level.

Once the lectures had finished we rode home on the trains tired but happy!

Mr Jacob