Twitter

27/05/22

Great excitement as we set off for this morning and an added bonus that we got to use the brand new ! https://t.co/wWZCrffT5f

25/05/22

What a show! our students had an amazing time!

25/05/22

Our students as language teachers! Thank you for welcoming us and for allowing us to share our knowledge and enjoyment of learning Spanish and Chinese with you! https://t.co/qLiD1J9sIQ

25/05/22

Thank you to for a very informative session with our students on road safety awareness. https://t.co/FATIIS9VSj

17/05/22

Our amazing students started their work with two weeks ago and we are already in the top 100 schools! https://t.co/w53DNySWEj

13/05/22

Ten Clapham Credits cashed in for ice-cream today! https://t.co/2uoG0b5MKG

13/05/22

Thank you for a spectacular show this week - thoroughly enjoyed by staff and students alike!

31/03/22

Huge congratulations to all our finalists and our first-ever winner of Clapham's Got Talent. You were all amazing and we thoroughly enjoyed admiring your skills and talents! https://t.co/eTJtKEhKu6

25/03/22

Great to see so many of our students taking up the offer of learning to play a musical instrument. Well done for modelling The Clapham Commitment and being both curious and tenacious! https://t.co/EkyAUtvWaN

18/03/22

Very enriching Globe Theatre visit and workshop for our students this week to support them in their study of The Merchant of Venice. https://t.co/wE6PM4Vxdq

18/03/22

Speaker building and gnocchi making in design technology for Year 8 today! https://t.co/0b2vmm9Hsq

18/03/22

Retweetd From SCHS Physical Ed & S

Great to welcome to the Lambeth https://t.co/NIA7F4mWfb

04/03/22

Retweetd From Harris Federation Chinese

Love this ‘micro-reading’ task from , so great for engaging students with different parts of Chinese characters. Can you find the missing parts on the right? https://t.co/jrb4TTgIxn

11/02/22

A first place for our Year 8 and second place for our Year 7 athletics teams at the London Youth Games today. Super proud of your conduct and achievements! https://t.co/336J3nx1CM

09/02/22

Retweetd From Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP

This week, I visited to see how are supporting students with their mental health. Campus mental health support is a lifeline but only currently available to a lucky few. Let's end the postcode lottery & fund it in every school https://t.co/jDtggETQ78

08/02/22

Great to welcome to the academy today to speak with our fabulous mental health practitioner from and our very well-informed student council members about mental health and wellbeing. https://t.co/1yybN8LjDe

08/02/22

Plenty of events in today for our health and wellbeing day as part of . Very informative sessions by around the subject of self-harm: building confidence and reducing stigma, anxiety and fear.

04/02/22

Thank you for a truly inspirational talk to our Year 7 students. We very much look forward to reading About This Boy! https://t.co/PQQhD4IinG

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Central Office

Bexley

Bromley

Clapham

Croydon

Greenwich

Haringey

Havering

Merton

Newham

Southwark

Sutton

Thurrock

Wandsworth

Westminster

Staying safe

There are many things you can do to keep yourself safe. The first is always, always talk to someone if you have any concerns or worries. At the academy all our staff are friendly and approachable – try talking to them and you will soon find this out!

Staying Safe Online
Keeping yourself safe online is a must. You will learn more about this during lessons, but we’ve also put together some resources for you to find out more.

Remember, if you need immediate help call 999

Your Digital Footprint
Everything you post online stays around for a long, long, long, long, long, long time. Before you post anything online THINK – Is it True? Is it Helpful? Is it Inspiring? Is it Necessary? Is it Kind?

If you post something unkind or cruel then will make someone else feel unsafe. Do not make posts or comments about other people on any social media.

Staying Safe:

On your journey to and from school

  • Make sure you know your address and home telephone number by heart, in case you get lost or have to navigate home from somewhere new.
  • If you have a mobile phone, fully charge it before leaving the house, and make sure you have all your contact numbers saved.
  • Follow the rules on road safety. Always look both ways before crossing the street, and never be on their phone while crossing a road.
  • Never accept a lift from someone you don’t know or let a stranger into the house. Never give personal information away – in real life or online.
  • If you feel unsafe or uncomfortable at any time, they call your mum or dad or a trusted adult
  • If you ever feel like they’re in immediate danger, they should call the police straight away on 999.

If you are getting the bus then know the times the bus is due and don’t be too early so you are not hanging around the bus stop. On the bus, keep yourself out of danger – remember everything you were taught about keeping yourself safe at primary school. In short, trust your instincts. Avoid getting into arguments with adults you do not know, for example over a spare seat on the bus.

If you are cycling, know your route, wear a helmet and practise the journey! Remember to cycle safely – do not swerve across roads!

If you need help, including with your emotional and mental wellbeing, then these organisations can help you. Never be afraid to seek help if you are feeling down, stressed or things are getting on top of you.

Young Minds

Young Minds offer lots of help and advice for young people, including in relation to mental health. You can access their website:

https://youngminds.org.uk/find-help/feelings-and-symptoms/problems-at-school/

Childline – call or chat with advisors

The website can be accessed on

https://www.childline.org.uk/get-support/contacting-childline/

Childnet – secondary

Childnet has lots of advice on bullying, online safety and what they call your ‘digital wellbeing’

You can access Childnet from

https://www.childnet.com/young-people/secondary

Also see the other sections on the student tab about bullying and safe things to do in Lambeth.

Remember too that the academy has a counsellor and we also have our safer schools police officer that you can talk to. It is always best to talk to a trusted adult. We are here for you.