Some great examples of Year 10 French 150 and 90 word task practice. Excellent travail! Keep it up!


Year 7 students focussed and engaged during workshops


Year 7 Drama students create a series of Freeze Frames to re-tell the story of the opening of The Merchant of Venice.


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Calls have also been made for Jimi to be commemorated in Postman's Park near St Paul's Cathedral


Year 10 Mock examinations are taking place over the next fortnight. Please see our website for further details:


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Have your say and keep up to date with the latest project news for our Peckham Square project


Thank you to Andre O Ferguson and the team from "Story of Man" for visiting us, to run a workshop on perseverance and successful perceptions of masculinity


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This Tuesday June 8th 2021 will be the next story of man camp at Harris Academy Peckham. Check out this dope speaker line up. 🔥


Looking forward to our next Think Forward Thursday Careers Spotlight Session tomorrow with following on from our last session with Sachini Imbuldeniya :


Year 10 German students are extending their answers to general questions in a half-term revision session.


Thank you Spheron Architects for speaking to our students about design plans for Peckham Square alongside career opportunities in architecture


Year 8 girls working with coaches as part of a Netball intervention in PE this term


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What a great idea to get older DofE participants and Award holders to share their !


Our Year 11 students sharing their top tips and favourite memories of their Duke of Edinburgh expedition with Year 9's who are excited to head out on their practice hike next month!


Students enjoy a good debate!


Congratulations! What a wonderful achievement 🖌


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We’re excited that Cashief Nichols will be coming to Harris Academy Peckham on Tues 8th June for a ‘Story of Man’ event, organised by Andre Ferguson. He and other guests are talking to students about how you can overcome trials & tribulations in today’s society.

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In Physical Education at HAP, we intend to inspire our students to engage in healthy and active lifestyles that they will continue to pursue throughout their lives.

Our broad and balanced curriculum provides all students with the opportunity to engage with a mixture of team and individual sports, as well as the chance to partake in activities that they would normally not have access to.

In Key Stage 3, we focus on mastering skills and tactics across a range of different sports and activities and seek to provide all students with a platform upon which they can challenge themselves, whether by representing the academy against other schools or pitting themselves against their peers in inter faculty events. 

Our Key Stage 4 curriculum is designed around developing the students analytical and evaluative skills as they move towards gaining a recognised PE-based qualification that will support them through their chosen career path.

We offer a range of enrichment programmes designed to allow our students to express themselves and develop their skills in ever-changing circumstances. These programmes include leadership programmes like Project Rugby, self-fulfilment programmes like Football Beyond Boarders, and elite performance programmes with Greenhouse Basketball.


Having a curriculum that is as broad as we have is challenging, but extremely rewarding. Students can call upon prior learning in sports and activities and apply the skills and tactics learned in ever-changing and demanding situations.

For this to be successful significant skill is required from both pupil and teacher alike, and the level of subject knowledge and patience required is significant from both parties. A high degree of collaboration is required, with the sharing of good practice from experienced practitioners essential. Modelling, evaluation and reinforcement are at the centre of such a broad curriculum, with skilful management of the key principles of student leadership to ensure all pupils are challenged and considered in all lessons.

The diverse nature of the activities on offer has allowed pupils to recognised not only their strength but also possible new horizons and avenues for pleasure and enjoyment. Effect use of non-curriculum hours to promote sports like Cheerleading, Table Tennis and Tennis, not normally part of the taught curriculum, is another example of how pupils skill acquisition and transfer of skills has been tested along with developing a passion to be healthy.


The key Stage 3 curriculum has proved fruitful in allowing our students to engage with a greater breadth of sports, including a number that are not game based, such as Dance, Gymnastics, Athletics and Health Related Fitness.

This has allowed all our students to find an area of the curriculum that appeals to them and helps to promote a positive attitude towards having an on-going healthy and active lifestyle. Many students have been able to engage with physical activity outside of curriculum times with further opportunities that have been bred from the offer we have in place. Projects like Dare2Dance and the London Community Boxing have targeted students who normally would have a negative view of PE. This has resulted in some outstanding progress being made across our lower ability and SEND students.

Moving the curriculum in Key Stage 4 away from a recreational type curriculum and putting an emphasis on promoting exercise and healthy lifestyles has enabled 75% of our last cohort to gain a vocational qualification from their core PE lessons that has aided them in their access and choice of 6th form provision, as well as seeing a number opt to pursue sport-related qualifications either in their further education or as a step on the rung into a career path.

Further details of the curriculum can be downloaded below.


PE Curriculum Overview 03rd Sep 2019 Download