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16/03/20

We are intending on keeping Harris Academy Merton open to serve our community but we are carefully following government advice. Please use the link below to find information in the event of any possible partial or full closure https://t.co/qIpxRVXFMv

09/03/20

Finally, with Harris Academy Merton’s Spoken Word Challenge and staff getting dressed up for World Book Day! Well done to all! https://t.co/c4xqB3WQkX

09/03/20

All Year 11 & 12 took part in a challenging and rewarding mock interview day supported by the team https://t.co/SZxZu0plk5

09/03/20

Last week was a busy week at HAM! Ombudsman, Nicola Williams delivered a talk to our 6th Form Students 1/3 https://t.co/4UpzFhpr2X

11/02/20

Well done to the Harris Merton Trampolining Team. Overall results for the Harris Federation Trampoloning Competition: 3rd place in Novice and 3rd place in Intermediate categories https://t.co/JOsWxPePj1

27/01/20

Our Year 7 girls played a federation league game at home against Harris Academy Peckham last week. The girls played a fantastic game winning 7-0 with Tianna Reader scoring all 7 goals. Well played girls! https://t.co/B5NKuBhnkX

24/12/19

The Harris Merton Choir visited the Eltandia Hall care home for the elderly last week to sing a selection of Christmas songs and bring festive cheer. Wishing you all a Merry Christmas! https://t.co/Ev2EHuEJiZ

20/12/19

Harris Academy Merton Sixth Form students had the pleasure of delivering the school’s donations to the food bank at the New Horizon Centre Pollards Hill today. What a great way to reflect on the importance of community and generosity at this time of year. https://t.co/OtO6Wvinfr

10/12/19

Harris Merton hosted the Yr 8/9 girls borough basketball tournament yesterday playing against Wimbledon High School and Richards High School. We managed to win all our games to come first!! Player of the match was Kiyah Robertson (No 14) https://t.co/Z9tqAjls3W

18/10/19

Our award winners being presented with awards for their outstanding achievements or contribution to the Academy. Well done to all! https://t.co/d3fbbELOHp

17/10/19

Harris Merton hosted a Year 7 girls football tournament in partnership with this week. Many local Harris Academies attended and HAM's A team placed second! Well done to all involved https://t.co/NN9XkdM3Cb

11/10/19

Amazing performance from Harris in Harmony! An exceptionally talented group of students performing at the Harris Federation Annual Conference https://t.co/rwI0zHt7A3

11/10/19

Harris Academy Merton ranking highly among all schools in the Harris Federation and in the top 10% of schools nationally https://t.co/RBcEhfyMVg

27/09/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

We are excited to announce that the Emergency Conference has begun at - watch this space! https://t.co/cBmAsaX9Xv

19/09/19

Open evening was a blast! If you missed out please email info.org.uk to book a place at our open morning which takes place on the 25/09 https://t.co/SKqt2upLlS

22/08/19

Retweetd From HarrisMerton

Well done to Nathaniel Massiah on nine Grade 9s and Gordon Armah eight Grade 8’s and two Grade 9’s https://t.co/FaxVMwp9Gm

22/08/19

Massive congratulations to Justine Smith on five Grade 9’s, four Grade 8’s Rassala Smith on one Grade 9, five Grade 8’s and three Grade 7’s. https://t.co/6kkhXO0Z5D

22/08/19

Well done to all our students on their amazing results! Everyone is busy getting enrolled in https://t.co/13VILyDx9r

22/08/19

Well done to Nathaniel Massiah on nine Grade 9s and Gordon Armah eight Grade 8’s and two Grade 9’s https://t.co/FaxVMwp9Gm

22/07/19

Our Year 7 & 9's enjoying their end of year rewards trip to Brighton. Well done to all on your successes this year! https://t.co/9YFbawW6XX

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Free School Meals

If you are receiving Income Support or Job Seeker’s Allowance your child could be eligible for a free school meal worth £2.30 per day.

Entitlement to Free School Meals also entitles families to a uniform grant  - £70 per school year is given as a credit towards uniform bought from our uniform suppliers  - Stevensons.

The cashless payment system means that the entitlement goes on to the student's account automatically each day and can be topped up with cash if required, payable by either Parent Pay or Pay Point.

Use our school online payment system to make dinner money top-ups or school trip payments quickly and easily. View your child’s balance online or receive SMS texts alerts from our parent communication system.

Free School Meal applications should be made online at www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/harrisfederation for all of your school age children (if their school subscribes to this website too), not just students at the Academy. If you have any questions about this system, please contact Ms Helen Kemp, Administration Manager on 020 8623 1005 


 

Charging & Remissions Policy

The Academy will make no charge to parents or students for any activity, inside or outside the Academy, which is relevant to the education we provide. The limits of the Academy’s budget, however, may oblige us to make charges for certain activities as prudent administration of our funds requires. It is our aim to ensure that our policy is fair to all and complies with the Academy’s main aims and objectives.

No individual student will be prevented by financial hardship from participating in an event, which is considered to be essential to his/her programme of study. The Academy will consider remission of payment for all or part of the charges providing that the parents or guardians of the students have applied for Free School Meals. Individual applications must be made for each individual event for which remission of all or a part of the charges is required.  When seeking voluntary contributions from parents or students for a particular activity, the Academy will always indicate whether the activity will be prevented from going ahead in the absence of sufficient funds.