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17/06/24

Excited to share that Chloe in year 10, won 2nd place in The Jack Petchey cartoon competition! “My artwork, titled "Be the Person Who You Want to Be," celebrates self-confidence and staying true to yourself. Never change for anyone else!” 💫#Art pic.twitter.com/YuyyuUC5eP

14/06/24

Here at HAB, we proudly celebrate our students' achievements and positive behaviours! 👏 Our HABit Credits reward politeness, respect, compassion, and dedication. Students can redeem credits for books, stationery, and toiletries. Keep up the great work, HAB students! 🙌 pic.twitter.com/SatbJhKgPo

14/06/24

Why is reading important to me? 📚Amina values the joy of reading as it enhances her skills. She will always choose books over screens. pic.twitter.com/hdc295MRa2

12/06/24

Reader Leader students are working through their Racial Literacy booklet to explore various types of racism. They learn new terms and discuss scenarios to better identify interpersonal racism, internalized racism, colorism, microaggressions, and institutional racism. 📚 pic.twitter.com/eFZNEEwpB8

11/06/24

We are proud to be one of the 16 Southwark schools raising concerns about smartphone usage and its negative impact on students. Learn more 👇🏼 https://t.co/sYxWGlVGXC pic.twitter.com/5nr81SzuiR

10/06/24

Year 7 & 8 students saw ‘Deadly Distraction’ by The Riot Act at HAB, sponsored by Southwark Council to promote road safety. 🚲 The Q&A session highlighted dangers of roadside distractions and peer pressure, promoting safe behavior on their home-to-school journey. pic.twitter.com/rUKFxPdJ4a

08/06/24

First steps towards bigger change in supporting the mental health and well-being of our students. https://t.co/sYxWGlVGXC

06/06/24

🎨 Y9 Art students had a blast at the Dulwich Picture Gallery! They explored masterpieces and created their own works of art. An unforgettable, inspiring day! 🖌️✨ pic.twitter.com/UZ5dQj2pVw

22/05/24

Reader Leader 📚 is a peer mentoring project which sees older students read with younger students during tutor time. The scheme helps younger students to develop their reading skills and gives older students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills too. pic.twitter.com/kJch0QGyMe

21/05/24

WE'RE HIRING 🧬🧪Join our supportive Science Department as a Teacher of Physics and/or Chemistry! Teach Years 7-13, with a focus on specialisms at KS4/KS5. Enjoy dedicated PPA time, tailored CPD, and a collaborative environment. Apply now: https://t.co/i2jtILkT8I pic.twitter.com/c2YISTNA75

16/05/24

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14/05/24

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01/05/24

If you are interested in the terrible impact on children and families living long-term in unsuitable temporary accommodation, listen to this podcast - thank you to the parents who shared their stories https://t.co/hwmkFE5j62

01/05/24

Year 9 were lucky enough to receive an assembly and take part in a workshop with award-winning author Dean Atta, whose poetry they are currently studying during their English lessons. pic.twitter.com/J6u48tIH2m

30/04/24

Year 5 or 6 open events 2024, find out how we can help your child and see for yourselves the difference that we could make to their future.Register here https://t.co/p6Op60KcxX pic.twitter.com/po3Q5rqjlC

25/04/24

Grateful to Alishea, our dedicated Year 11 careers adviser, whose unwavering presence every Thursday offers invaluable guidance, information, and counsel to our students as they navigate their future paths pic.twitter.com/lfxoG7IeL2

24/04/24

Harris Academy, Bermondsey shines in SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards 2023!Exceptional Student Progress.#Ambition pic.twitter.com/bqHvLO9NN1

24/04/24

Harris Academy, Bermondsey shines in SSAT Educational Outcomes Awards 2023! Exceptional Student Attainment.#Ambition pic.twitter.com/xaXNrQsxxg

16/04/24

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16/04/24

Congratulations to Cybella for winning 'standout soloist' at the Mundovision final! Her performance in languages other than English was outstanding and showcased her incredible talent as a professional performer. Well done! 🎶🌟 pic.twitter.com/D0Tx8jt2fU

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Uniform

The Academy uniform is an important part of our collective identity and sense of community.

Students at Harris Academy Bermondsey are expected to wear the uniform in its entirety to the Academy on all occasions. It is important that students always present themselves as ambassadors of the Academy including when they are in public places or travelling to and from the Academy.


Our uniform supplier

Our blazer, jumper, blouses and PE t-shirt are available only from Stevenson’s, a family run, specialist uniform and sportswear provider who currently work with over 550 schools across the UK. You can purchase these items:

All non-branded items of the Academy uniform (such as trousers and skirts) can be purchased from any supplier. You will need to log-in or register with Stevenon's to buy branded school uniform online or make an in-store appointment. This is an easy process but you may like to watch a video created by Stevenson's to take you through the process.  


Uniform Bank (Swap Shop)

Uniforms can be expensive, family circumstances can change and sometimes keeping your children clean and warm can be more difficult than you would ever imagine. 

We are very pleased to be able to have an  Academy Uniform Bank which is intended to help families by providing free items of school uniforms including PE kits and shoes. Anyone is welcome to donate pre-loved clothing or collect anything they may need, subject to availability. Please help us to continue to help as many families as possible. 

Our academy community has been extremely generous in previous years, and we have been able to help families. The Uniform Bank is available throughout the school year. Please contact reception on info@harrisbermondsey.org.uk with requests for items of uniform, or to make a donation.


Main school uniform

Harris Academy Bermondsey DAYWEAR BOARD


PE kit

Harris Academy BERMONDSEY SPORTS BOARD


Main uniform

The Academy requires that all students wear the following uniform items. Our blazer, jumper, blouses and PE t-shirt are available only from Stevenson’s (see details above). All non-branded items of the Academy uniform (such as trousers and skirts) can be purchased from any supplier.

Blazer (compulsory). Bespoke Academy blazer in navy with Academy badge embroidered on the front pocket (purchase from supplier only).

Jumper (optional). Bespoke navy Academy jumper with pink edging at collar (students do not have to wear this but no other jumper/cardigan is permissible as an alternative at any time of year, so purchase is strongly advised).

Blouse (compulsory). Pink open neck Academy blouse (purchase from supplier only).

Skirts or trousers (compulsory). Navy pleated skirt with elasticated waist (should be knee length)/ankle length skirt for those wishing to fully cover their legs. Navy trousers with elasticated waist.

Socks and tights. Plain tights – black only (black socks only to be worn with black tights if necessary) Plain white or black socks (no images/patterns/branding/logos).

PE Kit

  • Navy track suit (purchased from supplier only) – optional
  • Navy or black sports leggings
  • Academy T shirt (purchased from supplier only)
  • Plimsolls or trainers

Shoes. Black shoes, which can be polished (no trainers or plimsols/canvas shoes or boots/no Vans).

School bag. Any navy or black bag that is big and sturdy enough to carry all the books and equipment required for each academy day. Small handbags or pouches are not permitted.

Coat

  • Plain, dark coloured outdoor coat with no visible logo or brandings.
  • Cardigans, jumpers, sweatshirts, tracksuit tops, waistcoats and hooded tops  are not to be worn as coats.
  • Only plain, dark scarves will be permitted to be worn outside the Academy buildings.

Head covering (optional)

  • Headscarves worn for religious or cultural reasons can be any single colour (not patterned).
  • Scarves need to be of a length that allows for the Academy uniform to be visible in its entirety.
  • Headscarves worn temporarily to protect hair should be plain black or navy.
  • All other hair accessories such as headbands should be plain black or navy.
  • No headscarves or accessories should have studs, sequins or other decorations on them.

Jewellery, nails and lashes

  • A small pair of earring studs (to be worn one in each ear lobe) and a small watch are allowed. No other jewellery, piercings or smart watches are acceptable.  Piercings are not allowed.
  • No false nails or eyelashes should be worn in the academy. Nail colour should be neutral.

All students are expected to wear the uniform detailed above. This uniform will be checked daily at the gate and in the Tutor room or at Assembly.

Parents will be informed if the uniform code is breached, and students are not permitted into lesson until they are correctly dressed in full academy uniform.


Essential equipment

All students should attend the Academy with the following equipment:

  • Pencil case with pens, ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener
  • Coloured pencils
  • Scientific calculator
  • Reading book
  • Planner