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13/11/18

Peckham Citizens workshop designed to help young people build the skills of contributing to the community and making positive political change https://t.co/MEMZgDt1AG

13/11/18

Retweetd From St Anne's Outreach

Great to have Year 9 and 10 students visiting today from and ! Enjoy your Discovery Day visit https://t.co/5MQL5Yq824

12/11/18

During half term Year 9 student’s went to the ColorInTech – Color Code Summit. Student’s met with computer science specialists who are excelling in the subject at top universities. They got to take part in coding for the web, VR and editing video footage. https://t.co/ynkUhFOMec

12/11/18

Retweetd From Anti-Bullying Alliance #AntiBullyingWeek

Welcome to 2018! 😃 We pledge to always - Will you? RT if you agree. https://t.co/tnQAu7Vc7H

08/11/18

Year 11 Music Students working hard completing an analysis of Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik https://t.co/noNvJgiMtO

08/11/18

Basketball coach working with Year 9 PE students 🏀 https://t.co/ipIL9MOqcX

07/11/18

Boxing 🥊 Release from mock exams for Year 11 PE students https://t.co/tcyRACKmmz

07/11/18

London Community Boxing Open Show this Saturday at HAP. HAP students will get in for £2! https://t.co/WJkI5Y5lNC

07/11/18

Retweetd From THE PECKHAM PECULIAR

Help Pexmas be bigger and better than ever! Back them now on https://t.co/Jh0sfTPmw9

07/11/18

Retweetd From Harris Sixth Form

Thursday 15th Nov 4.30pm to 7.00pm Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich (Homestall Campus) Homestall Road, London SE22 0NR Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich (Rye Campus) Friern Road, East Dulwich, London SE22 0AT https://t.co/YKd2y6sSfL

06/11/18

Year 11 revision session before Science GCSE mock exam https://t.co/ksQr8O0PO5

06/11/18

Extension and enrichment for Autumn 2 is now on our website: https://t.co/yZRS7w9PSJ

05/11/18

Well done to Omotola Year 11. Her write up on her visit to Cambridge has now gone live: https://t.co/i7oIZOYimG https://t.co/UrhF5ICNaH

27/10/18

Retweetd From Harris Careers

Graduate Teaching Assistant required .Apply now https://t.co/Gn0TovwEsL https://t.co/S4bhNHkrTi

21/10/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Academies https://t.co/xuFYR6d5F9

19/10/18

Wishing all of our students, parents, carers, governors and staff an enjoyable and restful half term. We look forward to welcoming students back on Monday 5th November at 8:25am. Year 11 students don't forget your booster sessions! https://t.co/3pP6vMn2kp

19/10/18

Year 11 students intensely debate life topics https://t.co/IoOdt15IpZ

19/10/18

Retweetd From Josie Verghese

Just spent an hour talking about some of the tools you can use to navigate news with young people and encouraging critical thinking and inquisitiveness. Ask yourself: 'does it feel real?' https://t.co/POVt1GpY68

19/10/18

Retweetd From Josie Verghese

Thanks for having me - it was great to be back in your school to talk journalism and navigating news. And hear, hear to brilliant quote spotted proudly in your reception. I’m look forward to hearing some great and original story ideas from you talented YP soon! https://t.co/bRMpSZSe9Y

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Thank you for taking the time to browse our website and view the stimulating learning opportunities we offer at Harris Academy Peckham. Our vision at Harris Academy Peckham is to ensure every child achieves excellence in all aspects of academy life.  We have high aspirations, both in terms of academic standards and personal development, in order to prepare your child for the demands of the 21st century global workplace.

Ms Rebecca Hickey Executive Principal

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5 November 2018Visit to Cambridge UniversityCambridge University. We may think of an elite institution that unintentionally excludes others from qualifying to attend there for their high standards. However, have broken such stereotypes with the collaboration of their's and society's help. In this write-up, I Omotola Noble will be expressing my experience on attending the Corpus Christi College, University of Cambridge on the behalf of my school: Harris Academy Peckham as well as the fellow regional champions that also attended the event. Besides perceiving Cambridge as Hogwarts made in flesh, one could possibly imagine an invisible veil that marginalises the vacancies to get into such a foundation. This "insightful experience" as said by one of the regional champions, somewhat fantasy came to life for I'm sure them and I as our feet ( both literally and metaphorically) scratched the surface entering the premises of Corpus Christi college. However, this wasn't just a physical enlightenment; it was a mental insight we also gained by comprehending that many diversities, backgrounds and citizens could be accepted into. By the end of the day, we experienced an evolution from a fantasy to a reality of Cambridge that took place right before our eyes. After we had learnt about it, the University became a place and ideology that we couldn't have imagined to but connected with. The difference between our mindset and views from the start of the day had totally changed by the end of it. An international student from Latvia, helped us realise that we visitors of the day are fit to also study with the best opportunities for learning if we really want to. Without a shadow of a doubt, hard work and determination are indeed attached to success in learning, however, nationality isn't. It still remains... Much competition is present in entering such an institution. In spite of this, one's ethnic background shouldn't and with both the aid of ethnic minorities and Cambridge, is striving not to be one of the reasons. It's important to say originally, the enviromnent was alienated to us— especially for a student like me, coming from the popular area of Peckham and being a Nigerian black girl. If not for the noteworthy and prestigious opportunity of the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge and the efficacious support from my school Harris Academy Peckham, I wouldn't have even been able to assimilate as much as I did from Cambridge. Overall, the regional champions including myself can precisely proclaim that it was thoroughly "an impressive, dynamic revelation that gave us a great taste of the environment of campus life, university, and lectures". This provided an authentic experience directly from professors and students from the historic library to law lecture. I can now ask from this, who knows in a few years time who will be attending Cambridge University?   Omotola Year 11
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