Happy World Book Day! Thank you to Ms Hermione Smith and Mr Harry Jellis - the best voice actors of the Harry Potter world! iFeliz día del libro! iGracias a Señorita Hermione Smith y Señor Harry Jellis - los mejores actores de voz del mundo de Harry Potter!


World Book Day 2021


Welcome to World Book Day at Harris Academy Peckham!!


🎉 National Offer Day 🎉 Congratulations & welcome to all our wonderful new students who will be joining us in September 2021! We cannot wait to meet you all at our upcoming *Welcome to HAP* event on Thursday 25th March 6pm. We will send more details to you soon!


Wonderful reflections from HAP and Junior Experience students on studying abroad when at university. Lots of interest in travelling to Korea, working for multi-national companies, and teaching English abroad. Fantastic aspiration from students here at HAP!


Thank you so much to Kate from for talking to our Year 9 students about the prospects of Geography ahead of their options. For those that missed the talk you can watch on the link below


All students from Yr 7-10 have the chance to win a laptop or voucher! Earn 120 or more Bedrock points this half term to enter the competition. Keep up the amazing work and good luck!


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Our team did a thorough and insightful session with 🏫 Thank you for attending and we hope you took something valuable away. Click here to see our range of apprenticeship courses Are you ready to get stuck in with us?


Watch a virtual roadshow from about the benefits of . Find out more about whether they are right for you. .


Watch a film for parents on accessing Bedrock Learning, so you can track your child's progress, and see how often they are logging on to Students in Years 7-10 should be completing Bedrock 2-5 times a week.


The latest in our Masterclass programme sees and Junior Experience students taking part in a Masterclass by Ms Smith, Head of MFL, on the benefits of studying abroad as part of university degree courses. Thank you to Ms Smith for sharing her experiences!


Watch a virtual roadshow from about the benefits of , the financial benefits and everything you need to know. .


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Thank you to for joining us virtually today to discuss in celebration of National Apprenticeship Week. We loved hearing your brilliant questions, and hoped you enjoyed learning about what have to offer!


Despite the snowy weather, we still have fresh food parcels to be collected today from 12.15 to 1.30pm. Please come along. And remember to wrap up warm!


As part of , all of Year 7 took part in a virtual testimony given by Holocaust survivor Eve Kugler, organised by . Students found her life story inspirational and spoke of the impact her message of positivity had on them


Well done to some of our fantastic Year 7 students, creating work inspired by Bridget Riley and William Morris


Year 10 German speakers completed some amazing virtual work during live online lessons. Gut gemacht alle zusammen!


Our students gave their responses to the question 'What is the hill we climb during lockdown', after watching the inspiring inauguration poem by . Here are some of their thoughtful responses that were shared in Assembly today


Happy Monday everyone! We wanted to start the week by thanking our amazing Testing Team for all their hard work and keeping us safe on site!

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Posted on June 29th 2015

University of Cambridge

On Thursday 25th June, 30 Year 10 students went to visit the University of Cambridge. Arriving at Fitzwilliam College, we were given a presentation about university life and what makes the University of Cambridge so unique. Students were able to question two undergraduates about their experiences. Our students asked many thoughtful and inquisitive questions, on a range of subjects, from their choices of university course, quality of accommodation, and wider social life at university. A tour of Fitzwilliam College followed, including the student accommodation, library, social facilities and beautiful grounds.

We enjoyed lunch in the main dining hall with the Fitzwilliam undergraduates.

In the afternoon, we walked into the town centre, over the River Cam and past numerous famous colleges (such as Kings, Clare, and Trinity), steeped in history and grandeur.

We saw many undergraduates, in their gowns waiting for their graduation ceremony at the Senate House.

The Year 10 students then received a tour of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology which included a 30-metre high Canadian totem pole and 1,000 year old skeleton!

The experience has definitely inspired students to seriously consider university in the future and helped raise aspirations to achieve the results required to gain a place at a top university. It helped dispel some myths and stereotypes about Cambridge and emphasised the independent study skills (and living skills) that students will develop at university. The students were engaged throughout the day, taking a keen interest in all aspects and encouraging them to start considering their post-18 future.

Mr R Ewers

Geography Teacher