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Year 9 giving their speeches after the Leap Day Immigration Presentation


Fantastic performances from our Drama and Dance students this evening! It was a privilege to host Harris on Stage this year. & you were amazing too!


GCSE Music students completing their analysis of Mozart. Great discussion about diminished chords v dominant minor 9ths 🎶


Students had a fantastic time at Old Colfeians RFC for Project Rugby organised by the TSG section of the Met police. They came 3rd in the competition and were the only all-female side.


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Great to talk with pupils from last night! We were blown away by their intelligent and thoughtful responses and questions 💯 ones to watch for the future!


Fantastic to see former student in this video from


Some critical analysis of economic policy between Islam, Tegan, Prince, Mr Tye and Ms McCurdy at the and Economic Justice Assembly. Blown away by these critical ideas and thoughts!


Our budding Year 10 economists working with the and on policy ideas such as a Citizens’ Wealth Fund, a 32-hour week for all & a Jobs Guarantee.


Year 11 students spending the day at finding out about Sixth Form & taking part in philosophy workshops to develop their critical thinking skills.


Year 10 creating fantastic mind maps in Spanish in preparation for assessment week.


Amazing performance from and . You sound wonderful! 🎶


It was a privilege to perform at Buckingham Palace last night for and their royal guest! 🎶


Great to see HAP music student Yeray in this video. We will definitely be sending some more students on this next year - he had a great time!


Getting into the Festive spirit at Buckingham Palace! Thanks for inviting us to perform 🎶


You were made for that stage and ! We are looking forward to providing more amazing performance opportunities for you!


So proud of this wonderful choir! We are privileged to be providing specislist music provision for this year!


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Wonderful workshop yesterday Fantastic GCSE group who threw themselves into with gusto! Can you guess the characters below?


Year 9 Students get ready for the Met Police TSG tournament on Saturday at Old Colfeians Rugby Club. Harlequins coaches and a star player will be there!


The deputy commander for Southwark has met with our student council to discuss how to display positive images of teenagers online. He has now committed to meeting our young people on a termly basis to build positive relations with local authorities.

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6 December 2019Celebrating the Periodic Table with the Royal Society of ChemistryPeckham students attended an event organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Institution recently, to celebrate International Year of the Periodic Table. Over 200 students and guests from different schools took part in the event which included an entertaining lecture by Professor Saiful Islam on energy materials, including batteries and perovskites, as well chemistry’s crucial contribution to the fight against the climate emergency. The event also included exhibition stands, experiments and explanations from a dozen university and industry groups and companies, demonstrating the diversity and wealth of chemistry careers to a younger audience. “It’s said that women aren’t really interested in some subjects, so I wanted to check out what it was really about," says Hani, who attended the lecture with four of her classmates. "Today’s talk was actually really good – I thought that chemistry people were just in labs, so Saiful said he does computer modelling, I didn’t know chemistry could do that, which is actually really interesting and I found it really helpful. I can see chemistry in a different way – instead of just lessons and doing practicals.” Picture (Above): Mr Nnabugwu, Senior Head of Department Science, with HAP students at the Royal Society of Chemistry event. Picture (below): Professor Saiful Islam gives a lecture to students at the famous Faraday Theatre of the Royal Institution.