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Socially distanced fitness sessions are the 'new norm' during lock down!


We are starting live lessons from Tuesday 2nd June. Please read our Letter Home for further information:


Due to the government's announcement this weekend, we have delayed the partial reopening of our Academy until 15th June. Please read out Letters Home here:


Our May half term provision for vulnerable students and students of Key Workers is now on our website:


Year 9 PE students were tasked with designing a skeleton and labelling the location of bones. We had some fantastic work sent in! Keep up the great work


We will be presenting our Year 9 into Year 10 GCSE Options evening on YouTube at 7pm this evening. Please join us and feel free to ask questions via the live chat. We will be online until 8 to answer your questions!


Please join us live at 7pm for our Year 6 into 7 Options Evening presentation on YouTube. We will be online ready to answer your messages via the live chat and comment section:


Students continue making PPE for the NHS.


We are making Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the NHS in Design & Technology. The NHS is currently struggling to provide enough PPE to all its workers who are working flat out to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, the students from HAPU are doing their best to help!


These are our Easter provisions for students of Key Workers and others


Key Workers letter for opt-in provision:


Please read our letter regarding our full school closure


Letter regarding our partial closure on Friday 20th March:


Our partial closure continues in to Thursday 19th March':


Partial Closure for Years 8, 9, 10 and 12 from Wednesday 18th March

17/03/20 Please visit the Harris Federation's Advice website to keep up-to-date on our response to Coronavirus and other important events


Parent Pay reminder and Coronavirus update


With the government likely to announce today that the country is moving into the ‘delay’ phase of fighting coronavirus, we have taken the decision to postpone Year 8 Parents' Evening tonight. Schools across the country remain open as usual to students.


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Great to see our Y11 students finding out about life at from some current undergrads


Year 11 Parents' and Carers' Evening letter:

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.

Central Office














Recent News

Posted on February 5th 2019

Mock Trial Experience

On 4th February, Harris Experience students attended a Mock Trial set up by The Lawyer Portal at Harris Academy Bromley.

The morning was spent discussing the British legal and court system and legal careers. The students were then taught debating skills and engaged in ‘the great British biscuit debate’ with custard creams coming out on top. After break the students were introduced to a case study and assigned roles such as defence lawyer, prosecution lawyer, victim, witness, usher, judge, jury. They discussed the case and planned the arguments they would make if they were involved in the real trial.

After lunch all the students were invited into the hall for the real mock trial where some from each school were selected to play the roles. The students really rose to the challenge and special commendations to Emma for taking part in the full mock trial and conducted herself fantastically in front of Harris Experience students and their teachers from a number of Harris academies. The students wrote the following reviews of the day:

Emma: The trip to participate in a mock trial was interesting. We did a fun practice debate on biscuits to practice rebuttal and our persuasion skills followed by time to prepare and analyse the case information given to us. The trial itself was heated and exciting with good arguments and a good range of difficult questions in the cross examination of the witness and victim. The jury came to a fair decision based on the principal of conviction only if they believed the defendant was guilty ‘beyond reasonable doubt’.

Heer: I enjoyed the trip to Harris Girl’s Academy Bromley for the mock trial day and we learnt about the English legal system, participated in a mock trial. I really liked the final trial and the preparations we did as a group earlier in the day. Overall it was a fantastic day to be a part of and something I would like to do again if given the chance.

Nathaniel: Today we were taught all of the basics of British law and a crown court trial. It was a good learning experience and opened my eyes to the jobs and opportunities available in a legal career or working in the court justice system.

Ms Garner, Most Able Coordinator