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Dr Elaheh Gholami is our participant this week! She joined RIS in 2018 & teaches


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and the maths team have made a YouTube channel with videos that link directly to our curriculum. This will be brilliant in suppporthing the students at home. Keep looking for updates over the coming weeks


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Here’s our ‘Guide To Staying Home...In Style’ resource for students & families. Please feel free to use.


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PLEASE RETWEET: with 36,000 families at our schools in London and Essex, we want to supply food parcels for those in need (on top of free school meals which we’re already doing). We’ll fully fund this but URGENTLY need a supermarket chain to help.


A huge thank you to Steve Nine Elms in for giving us some free Easter eggs for our staff at the end of a very challenging week. We greatly appreciate the work you and your colleagues are doing at this time.


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Ace volleyball festival . 60 young people having a smashing time with


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We had another brilliant show today with a wonderful group of students from , with a mini visit from and the amazing facilitating a workshop afterwards! Thank you so much to everyone for coming, we loved hearing your thoughts! 🌟


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Harris Dulwich Boys and are in the top 20 schools in the UK, according to the Fair Secondary School Index – a new way of measuring students’ progress which aims to take their backgrounds into account. Find out more


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Here are some of our brilliant students heading to and this year. Many are the first in their family to attend university and all have beaten extraordinary odds to get there. We are so proud of them and wish them every happiness and success.


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Meet Ashleigh, previously an English tutor and copy editor, now training to teach English at


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Exam Invigilators and Scribes required .Apply now


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It was fantastic to start with completing the The winning team came up with a great idea


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Well done! Tom Harriott EdD student and will also present his work


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Harris Academy Battersea are looking for an Achievement Director for Business and Economics. Apply now


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Our is Harris Academy Battersea! We're thrilled to get to work closely alongside this successful Academy to offer their facilities for community use and hire. To take a detailed look at what they can offer please visit..


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Great work from , whose overall P8 is a very impressive 0.49. in particular stands out with a stunning score of 1.26.


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Happy Friday . We have our 3rd visit locked down and it's at the famous ! It's your chance to learn from one of the most successful turnaround schools, now rated outstanding.


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Lovely to see our Scholars here for the second Regional Training Day . Thank you to and for hosting school visits. It is wonderful to see the Scholars really engage with the programme.


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Find out how pupils at are finding Latin, as over 400 students embark on the subject


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Congratulations for winning our U14 🏀 Girls Basketball yesterday. Good luck in Representing in London School Games final.

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Virtual Learning Resources

We want you to be able to access all the support you need while studying from home. This page explains how we will make available to you the resources you need.

All pupils now have access to Microsoft Teams. You will find your classes, subjects or year groups are already allocated in MS Teams when you log on. You can download MS Teams onto your devices at home and your mobile for free.

How to access Microsoft Teams

View or download a guide on how to access email, OneDrive, Teams and other Office 365 apps

How to upload work (from desktop)

How to upload work (from mobile)

Please do remember our etiquette for remote learning and how we interact to support one another.

New timetables - from 20th April 2020

For the summer term we have created new, simpler timetables to make studying from home easier and reduce pressure on families. These new timetables start on Monday 20th April.

Years 7-9 - download the new timetables

Year 10 - download the new timetable

Year 11 - download the new arrangements

Year 12 - download the new timetable

Year 13 - download the new arrangements

Please note, the new arrangements for Year 11 are slightly different for different subjects. This depends on whether or not there is a coursework element in that subject. But, in general, we are now setting Year 11 work that will reflect the subjects you want to study in Year 12 (either at HABS or elsewhere). This is to enable you to make the best possible use of this time to get a head start next year. The Year 11 document (downloadable above) has full details.

The arrangements for Year 13 focus on helping you complete coursework (where necessary) and plan your next steps. The Year 13 document (downloadable above) has full details.

Need help accessing resources? Guidance for parents

All our students know how to access virtual learning - where and how to sign in. The guides below are designed to explain to parents how students access virtual learning.

If you or your child are struggling with accessing resources please email and we will get back to you asap. If your child needs further help with their work please email and state the teacher/lesson you require help from, and your query. This will then be forwarded to the teacher who will respond to you as soon as possible.

Planning your time

Creating a schedule is important. Having a structure will help you stay focused on your education and provide structure for your household too.

However, we are very aware that our suggested schedules may not work for every household. Please feel free to create a different schedule that works for your family. In fact, creating a schedule together can be very motivating and empowering. It also allows you to plan in any activities that are specific to your household, such as looking after younger siblings or helping to prepare food.

Please be realistic with your planning, and remember that this is an unprecedented situation. Please plan what works best for you and your family whilst giving your son or daughter the best opportunity to continue their education.