Thanks to today’s participating schools: Your students are so engaged and articulate! 🥰


See the impact of Academy on our students: is brilliant to see our students gain confidence and self-belief whilst learning about the opportunities available in .Thank you Riding a Dream for your support.


As a reward for their hard work a group of Yr9 and Yr10 students got to see the musical “Urinetown” at Mountview. The satirical comedy explored rising against corruption accompanied by captivating music and choreography


Join us for a theatrical showcase of creativity and storytelling in an exciting collaboration between young people from and Mountview's MA Theatre for Community and Education students 🌟Free admission. Book now 👉


This afternoon, are in the West End to see 🎭. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity! 💙#YoungMusicians


Absolutely brilliant performance of Routes by at Fairfield Halls last night. As always, a delight to see current and former students sharing a stage 💙🎶


Absolutely fantastic getting a performance from Strings for our KS3 students on the programme. Even better for our students who performed with them. We're really looking forward to working with you more this year!


Year 10 HAP students attend Advertising Unlocked workshop at Dentsu International


Hope everyone enjoyed the film! Make sure to check out our Till: Mother of Movement resource to explore the film's themes and curriculum topics👉 Thank you for sharing!😊🎬


Year 9 and 10 students were privileged to attend an Into Film Festival screening of “Till”. The touching drama is based on the true story of Emmett Till, a Black teenager murdered in Mississippi in 1955, and his mother’s activism following his death.


As part of LEAP day students created a World Mental Health Team Park using a virtual budget of a hundred million dollars. Most used their budgets wisely some went bankrupt!


I loved it - thank you so much for having me! Some great questions at the end as well, I'd love to read their stories one day.


Amazing author visit at HAP: Gabriel Dylan presented his latest book Shiver Point -packed with chills and frills. His encouraging tips inspired students to write their own spooky stories!


And this afternoon spoke about his top spooky writing tips 🎃


We've had a brilliant time today in schools with celebrating the launch of ! 👻Thank you so much to , and for being such brilliant new members of the Shiver Squad! 🤩


What an amazing start to the 7-week Netball 4 Change programme, HAP is so happy to welcome you back


Ms Bergin accepts an award on behalf of the HAP Student council for their contributions to our Diversity Mark Bronze Award at the Diversity Awards hosted by


Massive congratulations to Mr Tate on winning awards for Teacher of the Year and Diversity and Inclusion Lead at the Diversity Awards hosted by


Drumming, dancing and story telling

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Exam Results

HAP results croppedIn August 2023, students and staff at Harris Academy Peckham celebrated after achieving fantastic GCSE results.  





  • Progress 8 score 0.15
  • 57% achieved a Grade 4 or higher in English and Maths
  • 38% achieved Grade 5 or higher in English and Maths
  • 46% achieved the prestigious and demanding EBacc, which is much higher than National Average.
  • English Baccalaureate average point score 0.58
  • Attainment 8 score 41.3

Students excelled in a wide range subjects:  

  • 4 students gained a ‘super’ Grade 9 in Maths, which is the equivalent of an A** 
  • 22 students gained Grades 7 or 8 in Maths which are the equivalent of an A and A*
  • 71% of students achieved a Grade 4 or above and Mathematics  
  • 10 students gained Grades 7 or 8 in English Literature which are the equivalent of an A and A*
  • 16 students gained either Grades 7, 8 or 9 in Combined Science which are the equivalent of an A, A* and A**

Students who excelled themselves include:   

  • Liam T (4 Grade 9, 1 Grade 8, 1 Grade 7) 
  • John T (4 Grade 9, 2 Grade 8, 1 Grade 7) 
  • Isaam (3 Grade 9, 2Grade 8, 1 Grade 7) 
  • Joseph (1 Grade 9, 3 Grade 7) 
  • Francisco (2 Grade 9, 1 Grade 8, 2 Grade 7) 
  • Favor (1 Grade 9, 1 Grade 8, 2 Grade 7) 
  • Luna (1 Grade 9, 2 Grade 8, 3 Grade 7) 
  • Noha (6 Grade 7) 
  • Alex K (2 Grade 8, 3 Grade 7) 

Claudette Bergin, Principal of Harris Academy Peckham, said:  

“I want to congratulate our amazing students on their fantastic results today. They should all be extremely proud of what they have achieved. As well as strong results across a breadth of subjects, it is particularly pleasing to see so many students excel and achieve the top grades of 8s and 9s.  

“I want to thank our talented staff and our dedicated parents for their support. I believe that our students can thrive from these results which will enable them to LEAP to the next stage of their lives.”

To view the performance of the Academy, please see the Department for Education (DfE) web site at