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          28/02/20

          Thank you so much to our teachers who’ve worked so hard to make our Scotland adventure a success. The girls clearly loved every minute. A well earned rest this weekend! 😴 //t.co/5XZKV50P8m

          28/02/20

          Some final photos from our year 7 residential. So proud of these incredible girls //t.co/XN7mVmO27s

          28/02/20

          Our intrepid travellers are due back at Euston this evening. Parents, please can we ask that you are on time to pick up your daughters? The staff report the kids have been fabulous-but we’d like to give them back 😊

          27/02/20

          Apparently camping was rather exciting 🥶 //t.co/ITWUCDSSfo

          27/02/20

          Another stunning day of adventure in the highlands //t.co/cs9AdmNXEp

          27/02/20

          We are very lucky to have Sarah Weir OBE Chief Executive of The Design Council talking and inspiring our students //t.co/YhwqZ69HCi

          27/02/20

          We are very lucky to have Sarah Weir OBE Chief Executive of The Design Council talking and inspiring our students.

          27/02/20

          Safe in the knowledge that the girls are wrapped up warm...here comes the snow for our outward bound adventurers //t.co/28GKdQZAjv

          26/02/20

          Fabulous images from Scotland today. What a trip! //t.co/7QwHoKCxeG

          25/02/20

          Stunning photos of marvellous experiences! Some groups hiked to the snow line, others spent the day on the water or planting trees //t.co/5m0rLdAhGT

          24/02/20

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          24/02/20

          Today is all about resilience- very cold water and scrambling Ben Nevis //t.co/xZcyf9HPvR

          24/02/20

          Year 7 arrived safe and sound at the stunning Loch Eil after a mammoth journey- 5 hours by train and 3 by coach - but it’s so worth it //t.co/d1jGCmB77o

          14/02/20

          Another great idea for everyone this weekend! Support our local team and see a great match //t.co/NzJMZ4isvD

          14/02/20

          Helpful advice! //t.co/SXxqBFwI75

          14/02/20

          Happy half term to all pupils and staff! Stay safe, warm and busy! See you at 8:30 on Monday 24th.

          12/02/20

          Year 10 parents/ carers, We are taking 30 students to the Southwark Careers Fair at 160 Tooley Street SE1 2QH on 11th March 2020. We will have a sign up sheet available at Parents’ evening and with Mr Findlay/ Mrs Campbell the week after half term.

          12/02/20

          Great activity for half term //t.co/RMzXROP9bw

          11/02/20

          Thank you to all the wonderful HGAED parents who attended our vocabulary parent meet this evening. We should never underestimate the power of words //t.co/bG72fwWUGC

          07/02/20

          We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a Y7 and Y8 Bedrock Vocabulary parent event on Tues 11th February 5pm to 6pm. Please reserve your place now.

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          Academy Admissions

          Welcome to the Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich admissions information page. Details of our open days, which normally take place in September and October each year, will be published on the website. Our full admissions policy, with details of our admissions criteria, can be downloaded from further down the page. This page contains a brief summary of the application procedure for Year 7 and in-year admissions. 


          Academy Admissions Contact Details

          Telephone: 020 7732 2276
          Email: info@harrisdulwichgirls.org.uk
          Address: Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich, Homestall Road, London SE22 0NR

          Admissions are dealt with by Patricia Slater, Admissions Officer p.slater@harrisdulwichgirls.org.uk


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          Year 7 applications

          The Academy will be increasing the number of students it admits from 150 to 160 for the September 2020 intake. This is a temporary increase and the number will go back to 150 for September 2021.

          As applications always exceed this number, girls with education, health and care plans in which the Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich is named will be admitted before others.

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          Along with all schools and academies, we offer a series of open evenings and open mornings during September and October annually.  These are always advertised in the local newspapers and via a banner outside the academy.  Dates and times also go up on our website.

          We strongly advise parents to come and visit us during one of those events if they are considering the academy as one of their possible selections for the admissions application.  During the open evenings, the Principal will make a presentation to parents and at all events, she is available to talk to parents individually and discuss any questions they may have.

          All applications for the academy are through the common online application process and your application should be made direct to the borough in which you live.

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          If you have applied for more than one Harris Academy, you will only be invited to test at one site and we will share the results between us.

          We send our offer list back to Southwark and they will then review this in the light of any offers that each school/academy has made to a particular student.  They will then offer you the school highest up your ranked application list that has made you an offer.  (For example, if you have placed us 2nd and another Academy 1st and we both offer your daughter a place, you will be offered Another Academy.)  You will receive this offer letter from the local authority at the end of February/beginning of March.

          Please note that we are not advised where you place us in terms of preference and this is not part of our determination of how places are offered at all. Our places are offered in accordance with the criteria published in our Admissions Policy (which can be downloaded below).

          We keep a waiting list and would strongly advise that you call us immediately if you do not get a place with us and had wanted one.  We will then communicate with you directly if a vacancy arises and liaise with your local authority to confirm any subsequent offer made. Our waiting list is dealt with according to our Admissions Policy also in terms of order of places offered.


          Non-verbal reasoning test

          All applicants must take a non-verbal reasoning (NVR) test that places them in a rank order. We will then place all applicants in one of nine ability bands, each containing, as far as possible, the appropriate number of children based on their performance in the NVR test. 

          Within each of the nine bands applicants will be considered in accordance with the criteria below, applied in order:

          • girls in public care
          • girls for whom admission to a specific school is essential because of special circumstances, to do with significant medical needs, social needs or special educational needs
          • girls whose siblings currently attend the school and who will continue to do so on the date of admission
          • girls' proximity to the school, measured from the reception of the academy to the main entrance to the student's home, using straight line computer calculated measurements.

          Appeals

          All applicants will know the outcome of their application for a secondary school place on 2 March 2020. If you wish to appeal you must either contact the academy on info@harrisdulwichgirls.org.uk stating that you wish to appeal. A form will be sent to you. Alternatively you may download and complete the notice of appeal form which is available at the bottom of this page.  

          Completed appeal forms must be received by the Academy by the 30 March 2020. Appeals will be held end of April-June 2020.

          You should attach to your appeals form any relevant documents or evidence which you feel support your case together with a covering letter.

          Completed forms should be sent either by post to the Clerk to the Appeal Panel at Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich, Homestall Road, London, SE22 0NR or via email to info@harrisdulwichgirls.org.uk

          The Academy will arrange for an Independent Appeals Panel to consider the Academy's reasons for refusal and your reasons for wanting to attend the Academy. The panel will consist of three people (two will have education experience and one will be an independent person with no education experience).

          The Clerk to the Appeal Panel will make an appointment within a reasonable time and appeals may be made in English or the parents’/carers’ first language. Only one appeal per application is allowed. Appeals are conducted in person, and you may bring a friend.

          The panel will consider the case put forward by you and the Academy. They must consider the admission arrangements for the Academy and the reasons why you want to attend that particular school. The panel must exercise its discretion by balancing the weight of your argument (for wanting to attend) against the Academy’s reasons for refusal i.e. the prejudice that one more student would cause to the education of the students already offered and the health and safety of all the students already attending the Academy, also taking into account the Academy's published admission arrangements. 

          The decision of the Independent Appeals Panel is binding on the admissions authority and the parents.


          In-year admissions

          Applications for an in-year admission should be sent directly to the Academy using the form which can be downloaded below.  We will advise on whether we have any vacancies in that year group.

          Classes are determined by test results and therefore, even if we have a vacancy in the year group, we still need to clarify whether there is a space available in the appropriate class.  We will therefore invite your daughter in for testing so that we can establish whether we have a suitable place available for your daughter at the point of your admission request.

          We will notify you as to whether we are able to offer a place upon receipt of test results.


          Sixth Form admissions

          The Academy operates a sixth form for 200 students. Admissions are co-ordinated by the Harris Federation. For further details, including how to apply and entry requirements, visit www.harrissixthform.org.uk.

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