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05/04/19

To celebrate our first 100 followers and all the things we have achieved this term, here is a link to our second edition of The HAO Post https://t.co/lOTttmStfe

03/04/19

Some of the fantastic submissions for our poster competition. The theme - journeys. https://t.co/eNfWa0Bb6j

03/04/19

Careers fair tonight at Harris Academy Crystal Palace! Sixth formers, Y11's and parents welcome. https://t.co/4m1XfYzPrx

01/04/19

students Learning Beyond the Classroom at Joss Bay Beach today. https://t.co/1L63fFtzhU

27/03/19

Retweetd From Shakespeare's Globe

From one Globe to another - happy ! ⭕️🌍 (📸: Clive Sherlock) https://t.co/kMO0zalVui

27/03/19

If you want to find out about training to teach Primary or Secondary come along to this Monday! More information here: https://t.co/a5apZVormB https://t.co/KcxlsXqMQd

26/03/19

The this week is mellifluous. Students are encouraged to use it in their work. For example: 'Sarah had a low, mellifluous voice'. https://t.co/6zg9cKR8wp

21/03/19

Retweetd From UNESCO

21 March is ! Let's celebrate the power of to shake us from everyday life! https://t.co/ygsuIzTfzC 📝 https://t.co/X9vmgf1f2c

20/03/19

The this week is quintessential. Students are encouraged to use it in their work. For example: 'The critics love the director's latest film and consider it to be the quintessential horror movie.' https://t.co/tbL7eGM8Rb

20/03/19

Y11 GCSE art students visiting the Tate Britain to collect first hand research for their exam unit. https://t.co/5EH8IVPl3e

19/03/19

Year 12 and 13 students visiting the world famous Ravensbourne University in Greenwich at the O2. The students took part in a lecture, had a tour and a chance to experience a live studio and use equipment. https://t.co/JA9wQhvmYT

14/03/19

A big thank you to everyone for making last week's Tri-Wizard Tournament such a success for . We had lots of students attend extra curricular activities at school and complete challenges at home that centred around . Well done all! https://t.co/fgDJ0iih0Z

13/03/19

It's ! To celebrate we are running a poster competition and the five best posters will be entered into a UK-wide competition! Here are some of the fun experiments the Science club have been doing this week... https://t.co/yhURNjS5ig

13/03/19

Quote of the week: “Even he who is wiser than the wisest may still achieve” Aeschylus

11/03/19

Congratulations to Rhianna who delivered her best speech yet at the Jack Petchey Bromley Regional Final!! https://t.co/ZyhxB5FaX6

09/03/19

Retweetd From Boxing4Schools

⁩ YR 8 Brodie was totally focused workout and went on to win the Boxer of the Week medal🥊🥇🥊 great work boss!! https://t.co/7XrCmzehRh

08/03/19

visited yesterday to learn all about University life. https://t.co/KrnFDRsbUN

08/03/19

"The tour was brilliant! I loved learning about the history of the house and we got to see the staircase with all the pictures of the past Prime Minister's. I was surprised at how big it was inside!" Year 9 and 10 students. Read more here: https://t.co/GUwzz2EmCs https://t.co/Lb8JkMVhal

08/03/19

"I sat in the Prime Minister's seat in the White Room! I loved using the military photographer's camera and delivering a speech at the Prime Minister's lectern. I had always wondered how an autocue worked" Year 10 students. Read more here: https://t.co/GUwzz2EmCs https://t.co/suSmaFsgCr

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Meals

Students can choose from a variety of tasty, healthy 'dish of the day' choices on a three-week cycle including meat and vegetarian main options such as:

  • Three Cheese Tortellini with Tomato and Crème Fraiche
  • Moroccan Tagine of Lamb with Cous Cous
  • Crispy Battered Fillet of Fish with Home-Made Tartar Sauce and Chunky Chips
  • Sweet and Sour Chicken with Rice
  • Goats Cheese, Leek and Tomato Tart with New Potatoes.

A sample menu and price list will be available here in September 2018.

The food we serve exceeds the standards expected of schools because we want to make sure students enjoy eating well. We also cater for special dietary requirements, so please let us know if your child has any.

Meals are paid for using a cashless catering system linked to ParentPay. Parents will receive letters explaining how to set up a ParentPay account.


Free school meals

Your child may apply for free school meals if you are entitled to receive one of the following:

  • Income Support                                                                                                        
  • Income Based Job Seeker's Allowance
  • The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
  • Support from the National Asylum Support Service
  • Support from a local authority Social Services Asylum Team
  • Child Tax Credit with no Working Tax Credit and a gross annual income not exceeding £16,190.

Find out if your child is entitled to free school meals.

If your child is eligible for free school meals, you will receive an immediate confirmation. The academy will then process your child’s application for free school meals within 24 hours where possible. It is your responsibility to inform the academy of any changes in your circumstances that may affect your eligibility.

If you have any queries regarding your application or are unable to apply online please contact Kendal Tucker at the academy on 01689 819219 or email k.tucker@harrisorpington.org.uk.