We are so proud of our word millionaires: Zohaib, Ethan, Hafiz, Sohial, Bethlehem, Karen, Danat, Megan and Abdulrasheed. They have read more than one million words!! What a brilliant achievement! #HAPheros


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Time for some more suprises! I am pleased to welcome our final Keynote speaker! The wonderful discussing 'The Power Of Music' 🎶🎼🎷🎻🎧🎤🥁


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Delighted to be a Keynote speaker at 💙🎶 talking about the importance of music in education and all the wonderful activities we do in . See you there!


ATTENTION YEAR 11s: Things might be a little bit different this year, but that shouldn’t stop you from keeping doing good. If you want a chance to develop your skills, re-build your community and spend time with your friends, has got you covered:


To celebrate the work of our fantastic students this year we've made a short film - Harris Academy Peckham Highlights 2019-20. It's been a shorter than usual academic year, but there is still loads to celebrate! We hope you enjoy watching it!


Well done to Tegan and Prince (pictured) for being selected to join the prestigious summer programme. This challenges and motivates high-flying students and introduces them to the world of research-led academia. Huge congrats! Find out more


Special thanks to for the chats to our Yr 7 & 8 students today! Commercial solicitors, motivational speakers, Oxford graduates, aviation engineer - all 4 vols were eloquent, articulate & inspiring. Proof that BAME can break the glass ceiling in any field!


Great refresher session from Pathway Programme with Duro from Change 2020 on 'understanding the mind'. Looking forward to September's sessions starting back. Remember your mind is limitless!


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The charity has created a great series of FREE online mini-modules to help mums develop their tech skills over the summer. You'll find modules on getting started with the internet, email, safety online, social media, and more. Have a look!


Looking forward to relaunching the DTT Career Pathway Programme virtually with our Year 9 students on MS Teams on Thursday at 1pm


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We very much enjoyed delivering an online insight session to Yr9 & 10 students yesterday. Great attendance and useful feedback, it’s an to be a part of the next generation of & workers


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Looking for summer activities? Find out more about this 'Summer of Food and Fun' programme for children and families in and .


Thank so much to Alice & Lizzy from for delivering an online insight session to our Yr 9 & 10 students. Informative, interesting and inspiring for our students. We look forward to building (no pun intended!) a longstanding relationship with the company!


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Southwark Libraries have some great events, videos and fun activities for young people as part of their . Big thanks to our for everything they are doing for young people in .


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Thank you to all our academies who shared their strategies for supporting the most vulnerable pupils during lockdown by getting them into school


Thanks Josie, have passed this on to the careers lead!


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Have your say on the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement. Write a story in 500 words for the competition. Categories for 5-9 and 10-13 year olds. Closes 3rd July. You can do it!


Help us create a Black archive in 2020 to preserve documents and items from this moment in history. What should we add to the school archive? What will help us teach future generations of children? Take part at


Joselina, one our Spanish students, has written a poem to express her feelings of solidarity with the black community. You can read "This Hate Inside Me Will Not Conquer Me", with artwork by Anisa, at


"Once Again People of Colour Have Been Failed by the System". We were very impressed with this and illustration by Navilah, on the theme of the movement, and wanted to share it with you. Read Navilah's poem at

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Tutor Groups - How They Work

Once you have accepted your place at HAP you will be allocated to a tutor group. You will be with this group for all your lessons to ensure you remain in your bubble (as per the Government Covid-19 guidelines).

You will have different teachers for the different subjects that you will study and your tutor will oversee this and ensure that you are settling into HAP well and making excellent progress in your lessons.

You will receive a welcome phone call from your tutor (so please make sure your contact details are up to date!) and you can see the welcome messages from them below.

Each tutor group has also been assigned a member of our wonderful student council to support you. If you have any questions for your HAP student link, please email your tutor and they will send them your question!

Tutor Group 7B1

Your tutor is Ms Enderby. Watch a welcome video from your tutor.

Your HAP student link is Faridat. Here is a message from Faridat!

"Hello! My name is Faridat and I’m a HAP student and I’m also a part of the school council at HAP where I hold the position of Assistant Principal: Head of Blue House. Our role as School Council is to make school a better and safer place for everyone. As a person, my interests are art and history, my favourite sports are cricket and football and my favourite series is One Tree Hill. My favourite thing about being a HAP student is that there are people I can relate to amongst me and there are a lot of opportunities for everyone. The school’s ethos is LEAP: Leadership, Enquiry, Aspiration and Perseverance. We believe that these qualities will help you/us reach your goal with anything in life. I look forward to seeing you in September."

Tutor Group 7Y1

Your tutor is Ms Snow. Watch a welcome video from your tutor.

Your HAP student link is Danat. Here is a message from Danat!

"Hello. My name is Danat and I’m the Assistant Principal and captain of the Yellow House Basketball team. When I first came to HAP I was excited because they had basketball as a sport and the coach let me watch them play. My favourite thing about being a HAP student is that we can achieve many things. Just remember that a group of young, thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world! I look forward to seeing you in September."

Tutor Group 7Y2

Your tutor is Ms Rumball. Watch a welcome video from your tutor.

Megan1Your HAP student link is Megan. Here is a message from Megan!

"Hi, my name is Megan and I am Vice Principal of the student council. I love to read, act and helping people and animals. When I first arrived at HAP I felt quite scared and worried. What if I mess everything up? But as I got to know everyone at HAP, I realised I was worrying for nothing.

My favourite thing about HAP is the great opportunities to meet very important people. I love it here and I know you will too. I look forward to seeing you in September."

Tutor Group 7G1

Your tutor is Ms Ochuehi. Watch a welcome video from your tutor.

Your HAP student link is Darren. Here is a message from Darren!

"Hello year 6! Some of you might already know but my name is Darren and I am Assistant Principal for Green House. I enjoy playing football and cricket. When I first came to Harris Academy Peckham I was curious to learn more. To be honest, the process of going from the top of the school (Year 6) to the bottom of the school was indescribable, it felt like starting another life. But it was ok! What I particularly like about HAP is the diversity between the students and teachers. I look forward to seeing you in September."

Tutor Group 7R1

Your tutor is Mr Ingram. Watch a welcome video from your tutor.

Your HAP student link is Yunus. Here is a message from Yunus!

"My name is Yunus and I’m the Assistant Principal of Red House. Last year I was on the Student Council and worked with an organisation called Peckham Citizens. This organisation worked with young people around Peckham to make the world a better place. Following this, we managed to convince the chief constable of the Southwark police to come and meet with young people each month to get ideas about how to keep Peckham safe and build good relationships with young people. From this work I have now been promoted to the position of Assistant Principal for Red House. I look forward to seeing you in September."