Shoutout to Y11 student, Omari Jackson Whyte who has been selected to progress from the Harlequins U16 team into their U17's team. Omari has done exceptionally well to get himself into the Harlequins rugby set up, and we wish him all the best as he continues on his rugby journey.


On Monday, we celebrated a special lunch for 15 students who received the most lesson excellence awards so far this year.


On Wednesday, our KS5 sport students took to the slopes at Chatham Snowsports Centre. I'm not sure we have any future Olympians, but they all enjoyed it!


On 8 March students from across Y10,12 and 13 listened to an Embracing Equity talk from a law firm called HFW. The Embracing Equity theme aimed to explain the difference between 'equity' and 'equality' and to highlight that equality of opportunity is not always enough on its own.


We had lots of fun celebrating World Book Day on Friday 3rd March, with competitions, free book vouchers, discussions about our favourite books and prizes for students who could find the characters from famous novels amongst the school staff!


The Year 7's have won the Battle for Battersea Park Road with a 2-1 victory over St John Bosco.


On Friday our Year 13 English Literature girls visited Harris Academy Peckham for a phenomenal panel discussion and workshop with poet Sophia Thaker. Students crafted their own poems with Chardonnay Mbala performing hers written about a love for God.


Another comfortable win for the boys in green! They beat Elmgreen 33-17 in yesterday's basketball fixture.It was great to see so many members of the girls' team coming down to support and help with the officiating of the game.


The girls have done it again! Solid 33-27 victory over Elmgreen yesterday. Congrats to the girls, Coach Olakotan (HABS) and newly appointed Assistant Coach Angus.Big shoutout to the 3 year 7 girls, selected to play 2 age groups up!


The girls have done it again! A hard fought 23-18 victory of Lilian Baylis School. Well done, girls!


A great event for all the students involved in the Wandsworth Inclusive Badminton Event. Well done, Battersea team!


Our Y11 historians visited the Imperial War Museum today and tried to crack the code first while completing a ‘treasure hunt’ booklet.


Another great win for the HABS boys coming from behind to secure a 41-38 victory! Well done!


Big shoutout to the U14 girls basketball team for yesterday's victory over St Gabriels.


Well done to our Year 9 student, Kymarley Morrison, who helped Fulham U14's in their 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Kymarley has also recently been selected to represent the county.


Thank you to all our parents who attended our first parent coffee morning of the new year! ☕️🍰! Special thanks to Mr Edwards from for listening to our parent's concerns and suggestions.


The Prime Minister met students and teachers at school this morning and spoke to them about his ambitions to transform the education system for the better.📚We're prioritising education with £2 billion of extra funding each year for the next two years.


Students and staff loved meeting him


Great to welcome to this morning


Our incredibly talented student Maakare Dyer has co-written a book "Girlhood Unfiltered". It is a collection of essays written by young girls of colour to celebrate ethnicities and amplify their voices and visibility in all facets of life.

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Posted on February 8th 2023

Historians Crack Imperial War Museum Code

Imperial 2Fifty seven of our finest Year 11 historians visited the Imperial War Museum recently to explore the First World War, Second World War and Cold War exhibitions.

Whilst exploring these incredible resources, the students also completed a ‘treasure hunt’ booklet – following clues around the museum in order to find answers to questions which link to their GCSE history modules at school.

The trail spelt out a secret message (not so secret now!) about Mr Tibber’s questionable history credentials! The students were impeccably behaved and super competitive, trying to crack the code first. Staff at the museum made a point of complimenting their behaviour and focus. Well done Year 11 Historians! We’re so proud of you. 

Exploring the exhibitions and completing the ‘treasure hunt’ booklet at the Imperial War Museum this month.

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