Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich

Academy Specialisms

Health Sciences and Sport

Academy Description

Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich is an 11-18 school for 1000 girls which opened as an Academy in September 2006. The Academy benefits from a recent £20million investment in new facilities and equipment.

Harris Girls' offers a wide ranging and rigorous curriculum with specialisms in Enterprise and Sport with Health Sciences. The Academy has been recently judged by Ofsted to be 'Outstanding'. The Academy offers a co-educational Post 16 with Harris Boys', together comprising capacity for 400 Sixth Formers.

Academy Ethos

Our motto is ‘Aspire, Learn, Succeed’. We want our students to be aspirational; we want them to think about what they want to do with their lives, to explore the world and think about where they fit into it, what they can get from it, and what they can offer as well.

We therefore try to give students as many different experiences and opportunities as we can – to broaden their horizons so that they begin to really understand and engage with different cultures, ideas and countries.


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Carrie SeniorHarris Girls' Academy East Dulwich

Academy Contact

Homestall Road
London SE22 0NR

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