10 days to go 💛Let's make this one bigger and brighter than ever before.


Talking about how we're feeling can make the world of difference. This we are partnering with to help .


Stormzy and HSBC fund 36 black Cambridge students


To be connected with creative career opportunities, A Level Media Studies students enjoyed lunch on Primrose Hill before being welcomed at the Roundhouse and then The October Gallery for creative industry tours, talks and workshops as part of Year 12’s Careers Day on July 10th


As part of our all-through curriculum Ms. Deering and Year 6 are bringing their sketchbooks to Ms. Stephens in the secondary art room ready for Year 7 in September.


Really well done to all of our students for a fantastic concert. Thank you to for hosting and and for all their help and support.


For anyone who needs to hear this today 💙


Be kind to your mind this and get involved in our quiz. 🧠Can you guess the wellbeing related words from these anagrams? Comment below ⬇


What are teacher strikes really about?We need to discuss the wider context to understand why teachers feel the current situation is unsustainable.


Today as 300,000 teachers go on strike to this is why. 👉 Share or like if you’re with us.


This week we're promoting and in our assemblies and tutor time. Both organisations provide excellent support for young people and are a great resource for schools over the summer holidays.


Our Youth Safety Champions had an amazing time today. They visited today to meet with to share their findings and seek support to make Newham safer for young people. 🙌#SBGirlsWhoCan


We wish you and your family peace, happiness, harmony and good health


Earlier this month our Year 10 geography students visited Walton on the Naze to carry out their physical geography fieldwork.


Today we’re celebrating the dedication of teachers and support staff in early years settings, schools and colleges up and down the country.You’re giving children and young people the very best start in life. Thank you.#ThankATeacherDay


Is your walk to work an opportunity to be ? (photo credit to Mr Stander)


Here are 15 tips to help you cope with feelings of loneliness and isolation - written with care by young people 💚


Had a great co-design workshop with Chobham Academy last week, discussing all things commercial and play spaces at IQL North. Students and staff also shared ideas for our evolving Community Charter. Thanks for your fantastic feedback and support!


And our community is best placed for an early evening stroll

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.

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Safeguarding and Student Welfare:

The Academy is committed to the vital contribution all staff and governors make to safeguarding children. We will strive to make sure that every student in the Academy feels secure, well cared for, and able to reach their full potential.

We will ensure all our own staff, other professionals, parents/carers and students work together to know the rules about keeping children safe. They will understand the importance of following procedures and listening to each other, especially when there are concerns about safety.

The Academy will work hard to reduce all the kinds of harm that children can suffer, including abuse, bullying, discrimination and avoidable injuries. If you have any concerns at all about the safety or welfare of a child, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The Academy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer is Miss Heather Cartlidge

The Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer for Secondary is Miss Rosalind Kramer

The Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer for Secondary is Mr Yusuf Mirza

The Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer for Sixth Form is Miss Rachelle Gordon Allen

The Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer for Primary is Mrs Sarah Gibson

The Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer for Primary is Mrs Alice Hodgson

The Prevent Lead for the Academy is Miss Heather Cartlidge 

The contact details are:


Telephone: 0203 747 6060 Ext: 6135 or 6146

The Academy Child Protection Policy and other key Academy documents can be found below:

  • Safeguarding Child Protection Policy
  • Prevent Policy and Risk Assessment
  • Sexual Violence and Sexual Harrassment Policy
  • Mental Health Policy

Contacting the Safeguarding team: 

Parents and members of the local community can contact the Safeguarding Team via the Academy telephone number or by emailing 

Students can contact the Safeguarding Team via the SHARP system

How to Report a Safeguarding Concern to the Children’s Social Care

Useful Links for Students and Parents/Carers:


If you are worried about the way that someone is communicating with you online or you’re a parent/child and you’re worried about how someone is communicating with your child online you should make a report to one of CEOP's Child Protection Advisors:

For additional advice and information please see the links below:

  • You. Your Friends. The Internet - Keeping yourselves safe, keeping the internet fun.
  • 'Sex, Relationships, The Internet - Three things that get a little bit complicated.'

  • Online Safety - NSPCC

Mental Health:

If you are worried about your mental health or you are a parent/carer worried about your child’s mental health, you should speak to a member of the Safeguarding team or your GP. If required, the team can make a referral to counselling.

For additional advice and information please see the links below:

This document has a further list of useful websites and apps for supporting young people with particular mental health difficulties:

These documents outline support for young people and parents on self-harm:


This document has a further list of useful websites for supporting young people in relationships.


If you have any concerns about bullying or you are being bullied you should talk to your tutor or Head of Year:


If you’re concerned that your child might be involved in gangs, you can contact the school and ask to speak to a member of the Safeguarding team or the Head of Year.

For additional advice and information please see the links below:

The Children’s Society publish this support for parents who are worried that their child might be being criminally exploited:

Drugs and Alcohol

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