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21/11/17

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Harris Academy Merton is looking for a Cover Supervisor and Form Tutor. Apply now https://t.co/YtGbfYL2et https://t.co/b9vOTrgqJd

21/11/17

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Revising capital cities with Sporcle! https://t.co/NUbHbrNGr8

21/11/17

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Teacher of Geography required .Apply now https://t.co/QVeHctlvw7

16/11/17

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Session 6 of the Raising Self-Esteem Prog The girls are making incredible progress and we still have 4 weeks to go. A big thank you to for making this possible. Helping-Young-People-Grow. https://t.co/4G9kNplPZU

09/11/17

open evening is in full flow tonight and goes on until 7:30pm. Come and say hi and see where can take your future! https://t.co/4Naold3vt3

09/11/17

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Pick up a prospectus and application at the Sixth Form Open Evening today. Doors open at 5.00 pm.

07/11/17

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Applications for the Cover Supervisor and Form Tutor role are now open. Apply here : https://t.co/xWk9RYoVfx https://t.co/nAbqFkXKYI

07/11/17

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Are you looking for a Teacher of Science role? Apply now https://t.co/PzfsdINITK https://t.co/zdUb6bdmYD

07/11/17

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Grounds and Premises Assistant required .Apply now https://t.co/4j5z5Su4ai https://t.co/pQhUmjhZ6j

20/10/17

We are incredibly of the work and support our provide to fellow students. We are pleased to present this years https://t.co/PkzLlh7lQa

20/10/17

A-Level Biology in action today with Year 12 students getting to grips in one of our new labs https://t.co/GGBhUmeQMf

20/10/17

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Are you looking for a Teacher of Science role? Apply now https://t.co/z8aNVample https://t.co/56SKtBVTHX

19/10/17

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Exploring body language through a game of 'Ginat Jenga' today as part of the Raising Self-Esteem Prog. Making learning fun! https://t.co/fxOC8G5IjH

18/10/17

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Yeah 11 practicing fieldwork questionnaires to learn about UK food culture! https://t.co/IGVNiRZZjT

17/10/17

Hope you’re all ready for some hardcore science today! https://t.co/MLKGPuYBS8

13/10/17

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This afternoon's AWESOME singers were from Lonesome Primary School, Cranmer Primary School and . Well done! https://t.co/YXSN99jnPi

13/10/17

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Using desks once again to promote the learning of TRF and the dynamic environment it has! https://t.co/CA4BnRsRKQ

13/10/17

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Championships nets will be put to good use on school courts https://t.co/9pKSpp0VRE

13/10/17

DEAR Day was a great success yesterday. Students are developing a real love of reading for pleasure. Just look how happy Amer was about DEAR day! https://t.co/7vYaOpoX0V

12/10/17

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Year 10 students revising the Sustaining Ecosystems Unit...hope Mr East cleans those tables! https://t.co/FAJD6SSIFN

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Posted on July 10th 2017

Y12 Geneva Trip - July 2017

On Thursday 6th July, twenty year 12 students jetted off to Geneva along with Miss Devers, Mr West and Mr Semple. On the first day, we visited the botanical gardens where we saw many plants as well as flamingos, chickens, goats and even deer! In the evening, we walked around the lake, adventured on the ferris wheel to see the sights from up high and walked to the Jet d’Eau, the world’s highest water fountain (140m). On the Friday, it was time to visit CERN. We visited the exhibitions that covered particle physics, how the large hadron collider works and the four experiments currently happening at CERN. Afterwards we were lucky enough to have a tour of the ATLAS and CMS experiment with two particle physicists. Unfortunately, the LHC was not running at the time we visited so we were unable to see live data analysis however the students still learnt how the data is collected and analysed. The fantastic day ended with a traditional Swiss cheese fondue at Restaurant Edelweiss to the tune of a live folkloric band. Bobby, Tyrell, David, Matthew and Gene kept us entertained with their attempts on the horn and cowbells. We finished our trip with a lake cruise on Lake Geneva followed by a steep climb to the top of St. Peter’s cathedral and some shopping around the old town. The students had a fantastic time, with lots of them experiencing so many new things for the first time!