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Morden headteacher to skydive and complete Ironman to raise money for Cancer Research https://t.co/rKA42TgA52

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👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 ... We are still prepared to take applications for our OUTSTANDING sixth form for September 2020. Progress amongst the best in the UK! https://t.co/WfZnP6wBeR https://t.co/xJEEgryfm3

20/01/20

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Our next Friends at Beckenham meeting is tomorrow Tuesday 21st January 2020 6:30-7:30, all Parents and Carers welcome.

20/01/20

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Well done to sixth formers Jona, Elizabeth and Korede, who have all received offers from Oxford or Cambridge universities. "It’s been a dream of mine since Yr 10 and I have worked so hard, alongside the support from the school,” says Jona, who has an offer from https://t.co/Q5aqa1HE0l

20/01/20

There's just 24hrs left to watch champion pupils at win the title of the 'UK's smartest school' in CBBC's Top Class. Here's their specialist round on Martin Luther King Jr from the live grand final which they won 38-18! Well done Sid, Aadam, Nagu and Anya 🌟🏆 https://t.co/VXIc380rWX

20/01/20

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Events taking place at HCACP this week https://t.co/leSOrxrq1t https://t.co/kb5MMci6Un

17/01/20

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Applications NOW open! National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership (NPQML), the qualification that provides national recognition of your leadership development and professional achievement as a Middle Leader. Request your application pack today!

17/01/20

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We are thrilled at Brasenose to be making offers to Elizabeth, Kane and Yusriya from . Look forward to seeing you all in October 🎊🎊🎉🎉😃🎆 - and congratulations to everyone else too! https://t.co/1ZV7ak2g1r

17/01/20

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Thrilled that three of our "outstanding" sixth form students have had offers from Universities this week. https://t.co/AOgScria7t

16/01/20

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New state of the arts Sports Hall unveiled... https://t.co/ggOXBpzKIS

16/01/20

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⭐️He has done it!⭐️ Congratulations to Basit who has tonight been presented with an award for his Musicianship by the Mayor of Bexley 🥁 What a proud moment for Basit, his family and his HGA family. Well done! 👍🏽⭐️ https://t.co/2RNUFQG9Jc

16/01/20

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16/01/20

We've had a record-breaking 61 offers at the Harris Federation so far, including 43 from . Well done to every single one of these amazing students. Read about how last year's cohort from Harris is getting on at Oxbridge in this fantastic interview. https://t.co/zGDZ5pcwrg

16/01/20

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25 Harris Westminster students have Oxford offers this year (a school record). Cambridge still trickling in but also looking good. https://t.co/ROZixY1Jqy

16/01/20

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14/01/20

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Congratulations to Ufuoma in Yr10 on becoming the first student to represent in their recent fixtures in Spain. We all here are very proud of your achievement. https://t.co/VScnogOuPb

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Posted on: December 17th 2019

Harris Academy St. John's Wood Students Attend 'The Future of Education' Conference in Paris

Earlier this month, students from Harris Academy St. John’s Wood attended the Organisation for Economic
Co-operation and Development’s (OECD)  The Future of Education: Where do we go from here? conference in Paris.

The conference, which was jointly organised by the Forum of World Education, brought together education and business leaders from across the globe.

Oliver and Kisha from Harris Academy St. John’s Wood were amongst the students attending the prestigious event and were interviewed by Her Royal Highness Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands.

Each student that was invited to attend the conference wrote a letter to Princess Laurentien. Harris Academy
St. John's Wood student Kisha wrote:

“Within my life I want to achieve many things for my family. I have seen the struggles that my parents have gone through to get me to this point in my life and hence I want to make them proud with my accomplishments; however, material wealth is only a fraction of what I want to give back to them. I wish to ensure their happiness. In addition, I want to achieve something that contributes to benefiting everyone, I know that there are many obstacles in life but I know that with my family, my friends and my school supporting me, I will accomplish whatever I set my mind on.”

Nick Soar, Executive Principal of Harris Academy St. John’s Wood, said:

“This prestigious and innovative conference brought together university researchers and business leaders and politicians and it was inspiring for our students to not only watch them in action, but contribute to the debate about what schools of the future should look like and how the purpose of education differs from India to China and France.

“It was uplifting to hear how our St John’s Wood students, both children of Afghani and Filipino immigrants, spoke of their ambition for the future and their sense of positive well-being and creative and intellectual fulfilment in our academies. This contrasted somewhat with the experiences of those from other countries where the students felt that their teachers switched off when they left the classroom.”

 

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