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Year 10 Covid test results for Tuesday March 8th 120 out of 126 students have turned up for their tests. ALL have been negative for Covid-19 antibodies.


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Happy Spring morning. Today we welcome Year 7 & 10 for testing after a brilliant day of testing for year 11, and 13 on Friday.. we are looking forward to seeing you all.


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As a carer or parent, it's understandable you may feel a little uneasy about your child returning to school from tomorrow (Monday 8 March) onwards. Rest assured though, social distancing measures will be in place & staff will be having regular tests to keep pupils safe.


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Traffic heads up: The Hale Works development will be having their tower crane removed on weekend of 13/14 March. This will mean the closure the East Bound lane on Ferry Lane on Friday 12th from 10pm until 5am on Monday 15th March.


We tested Year 11-13 prior to reopening in March 8th 101 Year 11 (65%) 70 Year 12 and 13 (51%) All negative 😁 Bring on Monday


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Are you ready.... packed your bag.... do your shoes still fit? T-92 hours to go until we see the first students for teaching on Tuesday 9th March! All queries and questions on reopening can be sent to we are here to help!


Test Friday ; Mask Monday


58 Year 11s now through and all negative


37 Year 11 students so far - all negative and more than excited to at last be returning


Year 11-13 - REMEMBER MASKS & PATHS See you all tomorrow for your lateral flow tests. Don’t forgot those masks


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Happy World Book Day! Gigantosaurus has arrived this morning to surprise our key worker pods! We are all interested to see how Ms Lodhi transfers to online teaching via teams for her 9am this space!


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Fearful of the lateral flow test being used on Friday and next week? Watch this NHS film by Barts Hospital of how to do the test safely. Just 1.5cm in your nostril or until you feel resistance. The swab does not pierce the skin inside your nose.

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Posted on January 26th 2021

HATO Student Signs Professional Contract with Millwall Football Club

Harris Academy Tottenham student Niino Adom-Malaki has signed a two-year professional scholarship with Millwall Football Club.

Niino enrolled at Harris Academy Tottenham in 2020 as a Kinetic Scholar in our football academy, a unique football and education programme which supports aspiring footballers both on and off the pitch.


Kinetic offers specialist training, coaching and mentoring opportunities which run alongside students’ academic or vocational study. Harris Academy Tottenham is one of four Harris academies to offer the programme.

This signing is a significant achievement for Niino who, prior to joining the programme, had never had a professional trial before. He is now the first player from the Harris Academy Tottenham and Kinetic partnership, which began in September 2020, to sign a professional contract and will start his training with Millwall this month.

Niino now joins the 45 others players which the Kinetic Foundation has supported into professional football over the past eight seasons. This includes former Harris Academy South Norwood student Kwadwo Baah who is attracting interest from clubs across Europe. Kinetic Foundation boasts three full internationals who have graduated through their programme; Joe Aribo, Josh Maja and Rhys Norrington-Davies.  

"The coaching has been fantastic"

Commenting on his time at Harris Academy Tottenham as a Kinetic scholar, Niino said: “The school is a really welcoming and supportive environment and they have really helped me a lot, both on and off the pitch. They really supported me when it came to exams and are always on hand if I need anything.

“The coaching has been fantastic. Kinetic has helped me technically and have given me really good advice. They have been great at telling me where I need to improve – that has really helped me improve as a player. My dream has always been to play at a big club in front of a filled stadium and I am so happy that I’m one step closer to doing this.”

"Commitment to football and academic studies"

Emily Barker, Assistant Principal at Harris Academy Tottenham, said: “We are really delighted for Niino – he has worked incredibly hard and his commitment to both his football training and his academic studies has been clear to see. We are proud of him for taking this next step at Millwall FC and wish him every success for his future career. We will be cheering him on every step of the way!”