Harris Boys’ Academy… providing students with the master key to their future

Harris Boys’ Academy is an incredible school where students make outstanding academic progress as well as becoming brilliant young men.

Through our Active Citizens traits: Confidence, Curiosity, Resilience, Respect and Ambition, we nurture each individual student to ensure they leave us with the Master Key to their future.

Education is the key to social mobility and we passionately believe everyone should have the same life opportunities, regardless of their background.

Our academic outcomes place us consistently in the Top 5% of all schools nationally.

Our wonderful teachers, students and parents all work collaboratively to ensure everyone achieves exceptionally well at our school.

No student is ever left behind at Harris Boys’ Academy and our expertise in teaching boys is vital to our success.

Harris Boy’s Academy

We are a small school, and every student is known as an individual and every student receives the same challenge, care and support from our school community.

Students get amazing experiences and get to develop their character through our Personal Development programme which highlights includes over 50 different weekly extra-curricular clubs, a thriving Duke of Edinburgh programme with nearly 200 students taking part and a wide range of awe inspiring trips including London Zoo, Sky Studios, the Houses of Parliament, Barclays Bank, the Globe Theatre, the Science Museum and many more.

These experiences are complimented by a thought-provoking and contextualised PSHE and RSE curriculum, delivered by highly trained staff, to help build the whole package around the students.

If you are interested in learning more about Harris Boys’ Academy East Dulwich contact the school or come to one of our open events.

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