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Students from year 8 are visiting Greenwich Maritime Museum today for LBC Day. Quick stop off for the fantastic view first!


49 Primary and Secondary Academies in one! Excellence:Every Child, Every Day


Today our staff are attending the Federation Conference.


ACADEMY OPEN AS NORMAL THURSDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2019 The Academy will be open tomorrow.  The water supply has been restored. All students should attend as normal.


ACADEMY CLOSURE UPDATE: The Academy is expected to be open as normal tomorrow and all students should attend as normal. If there is any change to tomorrow's status, the Academy website will be updated to reflect this by 9pm this evening.


Please contact regarding this.


Due to unforeseen circumstances regarding a failure in the water supply, the Academy will be closed today for health and safety reasons. Students will be sent home once parental permission has been obtained. Further information will be on the website later today.


This week's Thought of the Week is from Mr Anderson's Assembly about Prevent.


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Design Technology Technician required at


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A UK first, Harris Nursery Hub in Peckham is the only free nursery in the country. It offers 32 places for children where all parents in the household are working, seeking employment or studying full time. Those who live closest are given priority.


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Congratulations to Esther from who is to study English at - good luck Esther!


Bexley students win Jack Petchey awards for outstanding achievements


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Thank you so much 6th form team for celebrating our achievements. I feel very happy to have been awarded for Subject recognition in ICT. Well done to everyone in my cohort who achieved something, you all deserved it. It's nice to get awards even in year 12👌😁


Congratulations to our fellow students at on your winners 👏👏


Our fantastic Jack Petchey Award Winners received their awards tonight at The Orchard Theatre. Congratulations to ally he students and our Teacher Award Winner Mrs Donovan! 👏👏👏


Today as part of Focus Day, year 9 are hearing about the Holocaust from survivor, Hana Kleiner


Our Guest Speaker tonight, Laura Hamilton speaks to our Year 10 students and their parents for their Celebration of Achievement Evening.


Our Year 7 Celebration of Achievement Evening is in full swing tonight, well done to all the winners 👏👏


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Congratulations to Harris Falconwood, winners of the HCACP Egg Race 2019.

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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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BBC News School Report

The Nintendo Switch

by Anthony

The Nintendo Switch was released on 3rd March 2017, and some people went to a lot of trouble to buy one first.  For example; Captain Nintendo Dude (CND) and Triforce Johnson, who went to New York City at the beginning of February to be the first to buy the new gaming console.

We interviewed people about their experience of the Nintendo Switch, see our news report below.  I think that the Nintendo Switch is the best console I have ever played.  Malvin thinks that the Nintendo Switch is a very good portable console for both children and adults. Jack thinks that Nintendo have come a long way with this console and that it is very advanced compared to competing products in the market.

In conclusion we all think that the Nintendo Switch is a very advanced portable console.

Government Cuts Academy Budgets!

by Danyl

This morning we interviewed our Principal, Ms. Askew.  We discussed with her the topic of ‘the cutting of school budgets’; we asked questions implying the loss of staff and fewer activities in the curriculum. We have learnt from this interview that Ms. Askew is struggling to keep full-time employed staff.

One of the many problems the Academy is suffering from is a loss of a Science Technician.  From the reduced budget, we cannot afford resources for education.  So we have made our newsreport about our school and the budget cuts resulting from government policy to more equally distribute funding throughout England and Wales.