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Efforts by students at Harris Academy Greenwich have resulted in Super School awards in two different categories including a Gold for video watch time! Well done all!


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For we want to spotlight . were the first school to receive a grant from RTM. The department is thriving and our ‘Battle of the Bands 2022’ winners are testament to the impact of that funding.


And that's a wrap on HAGR Careers Week 2022. Our year 12s participated in a day of networking, inspiration sessions and planning for their futures. Thank you to all of the individuals and companies involved!#careers


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Spent the day at being inspired by bright young things. well done and wishing Yr12s a great summer...


A huge thank you to all of our volunteers for delivering our annual 'Industry Insights' sessions this week. With over 30 sessions attended during the 2-day event, our year 10 and 12 students have been truly inspired by your passion and determination.


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What an incredible day! Thank you and your amazing sports leaders! We had the best time! A big well done to the KS1 blue team and KS2 green team- sports day winners! More pictures to follow…


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Going back to my sixth form to introduce year 7s/8s to American football and have great conversations with the year 12s was a great experience. Hope they had as much fun as I did!


Yesterday we had a great visit from 2017 sixth-form alumnus Ayo, who now plays for . Students loved discovering Ayo's journey and honing their skills. Photo Credit: Kyle Hemsley


Our writing competition winners on their trip to the Terrible Thames by the crew. What a great morning!


Congratulations to the year 9 football team who won the Harris Federation Cup, beating the competition 4-1. Congratulations to all those involved.


We are thrilled to have you onboard and appreciate your commitment to our community.


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Thank you to Mr Keely, Principal of for taking the time to show me around his ‘Outstanding’ school. It was great to see so many engaged and enthused students completely engrossed in their learning. The english lesson on Macbeth was 👌


We are excited to announce our 'Outstanding' rating in our most recent inspection. We couldn't be prouder of our staff, students and the local community. Click the link to read the full report:


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Incredibly proud of my staff and students and in particular the brilliant Principal, Ben Keely. World Class School twice in a row and now Ofsted Outstanding twice in a row too. Sustainable work / life balance in a very happy school. Next for too!


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A huge thank you to the KS3 learners from who joined us for a Buddies session yesterday, & for their great comments & questions.


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Yesterday, the Law Society students at conducted their first to a Jury made up of industry expert volunteers. We advocate for approaches, like our Law Society mock trial to help students practice skills


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Thank you to the team for hosting our today; we appreciate you! 🏏☀️


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Today students from will be holding their Mock Trial 🧑‍⚖️ This event has been supported by our Law Society, in partnership with and we cannot wait to see all the students’ hard work come to life!


This week our students visited the over 60s at MPCC. They helped out with teas and coffees and discussed the Ukrainian crisis. They represented the school well!

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There is a huge amount of evidence and research to say that every child should have the opportunity to read every day. Reading not only increases a child’s vocabulary, progresses language development, fluency and accuracy but also develops curiosity, imagination and encourages children to find a passion for reading which they can take with them into adult life. Reading ability is closely linked to the achievement of pupils in their GCSEs as the complexity of the texts across all exams are a high level. We are making reading outside of school for all our pupils a priority.

It is therefore important that every child should read alone, or with an adult at home for at least twenty minutes a day at home.

In addition to this, students will also complete ‘Morning Reading’ on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8.20am, where they will read a ‘Classic’, a ‘Modern’ and a ‘Non-fiction’ book across the year. More information on this can be found in the ‘Literacy Policy’.

Students are required to bring their reading books to school every day, as part of their daily equipment.

Below you can find the book suggestions for KS3.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Ms Peniket on:

Year 7 Recommended Reads


Series and trilogies:

Hunger Games

Maze Runner

Harry Potter Northern Lights

Lemony Snicket

Divergent Series

Alex Rider


The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates

by Jenny Pearson





Sawbones by Catherine Johnson.






 I am the Minotaur by Anthony McGowan






Year 8 Recommended Reads


Series and trilogies:

Hunger Games

Maze Runner

Harry Potter Northern Lights

Divergent Series

Alex Rider


Cane Warriors by Alex Wheatle.       





Children of Willesden Lane by Mona Golabek






Boy, Everywhere by A.M. Dassu.  






 Year 9 Recommended Reads


Series and trilogies:

Hunger Games

Maze Runner

Harry Potter Northern Lights

Divergent Series

Alex Rider


The Bone Sparrow by Zana Fraillon





Mortal Chaos by Matt Dickinson





Booked by Kwame Alexander