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thank you for you visit. Students from Rockmount Primary school came to visit us this week. They took part in activities within the art and design and technology. We really enjoyed having you.— Harris Beulah Hill () July 13, 2023


Transfer Evening at .We are proud of the achievements of students at our school. Looking forward to becoming Harris Academy Beulah Hill in September 2023— Harris Beulah Hill () June 13, 2023


Lovely evening for footie ⚽️ Year 10 fixture. Shoutout to Mr Goldsmith our headteacher cheering the lads on from the sidelines!— Harris Beulah Hill () May 18, 2023


Resilience assembly with our year 10s delivered by Presence. Inspirational— Harris Beulah Hill () May 17, 2023


Students and staff enjoyed a meal fit for a King today— Harris Beulah Hill () May 6, 2023


Beulah Hill academy’s eco centre takes lessons into the woods ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦— Inside Croydon () May 3, 2023


Beulah Hill academy’s eco centre takes lessons into the woods ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦— Inside Croydon () May 3, 2023


On Friday, a selection of our scholars participated in the 2023 Robotics Challenge. They were awarded best first timers for resilience and meticulousness in their approach to assembling their robots. We are extremely proud of our students. Well done also to Mr Rusecki!— Harris Beulah Hill () May 3, 2023


We are pleased to share that we are a Shakespeare Gold School! Our staff and students are very proud of this achievement made possible by the tremendous effort of Ms Bryce and the students. A truly remarkable feat!— Harris Beulah Hill () April 22, 2023


Oxygen provides a breath of fresh air for kids’ holiday activities ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦— Inside Croydon () April 5, 2023


Oxygen provides a breath of fresh air for kids’ holiday activities ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦— Inside Croydon () April 5, 2023


Of course we had to have the input of our students in naming the area. We are also pleased to be able to recognise the vast amount of work put into this vision by our very own Premises Manager Owain Blake. The HEW-Blake Ecological Centre is now open 3/3— Harris Beulah Hill () March 15, 2023


More scenes from our grand opening today 2/3— Harris Beulah Hill () March 15, 2023


Today we celebrated the grand opening of our Ecological Centre at . We are proud of the work our staff and students have done over the past 18 months to make this a reality. We were delighted to have our visitors from 1/3— Harris Beulah Hill () March 15, 2023


This week our students participated in the Quad Spelling Bee competition. Ms Brissett worked hard with the students to ensure they were thoroughly prepped. Students were delighted to have taken part and are looking forward to the next event— Harris Beulah Hill () March 15, 2023


Thank you for an inspiring session! — Armony () February 10, 2023


Thank you for an inspiring session! — Armony () February 10, 2023


Had a great time. Thank you— Harris Beulah Hill () February 10, 2023


Students in Year 9 show stopper piece. Students even made their own jam!— Harris Beulah Hill () November 16, 2022


Competition time at HASN. Year 9 students working hard on deciding a recipe for their show stopper piece. They were amazing this afternoon. Well done to all the tutor groups who took part 🎉🎉🎉🎉— Harris Beulah Hill () November 16, 2022

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Student Welfare

Harris Academy Beulah Hill has a range of policies and procedures in place that ensure the welfare of all our students. Several of these policies set out expectations about excellent behaviour.  This means everyone feels safe and can learn, this includes excellent learning behaviour and conduct around the Academy and in lessons. We also have high expectations about how students communicate and behave appropriately towards other students and staff.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the welfare of your own son/daughter, please contact their Head Of Year:

Head of Year 7: Ms Fariha Khan:

Head of Year 8: Ms Ivy Rowe:

Head of Year 9: Ms Chara Smith:

Head of Year 10: Mr Justin Williams:

Head of Year 11: Mr Matthew Douglas:

Head of Year 13: Mr Eulan George:

Welfare Officers And Attendance 

Excellent attendance is the expectation at Harris Academy Beulah Hill. The expectation is that students attend every day unless they are unwell, in which case parents or carers are expected to contact the Academy before 9 am on each morning of the absence.

To report an absence please contact – Attendance, via Sharon Worghs



Attendance and punctuality

The Academy's attendance target is 97%. Regular attendance and punctuality to the Academy and to lessons is essential for all our students to make good progress, achieve their academic potential and consequently have better chances in life. Attendance is a key performance indicator within the Academy. It is the responsibility of everyone in the Academy community to ensure they achieve this. The Academy monitors the attendance and punctuality of all students and reviews it weekly.


·         98% attendance = fewer than 4 days absent from school

·         95% attendance = fewer than 10 days absent from school

·         90% attendance = 4 weeks absent from school

·         85% attendance = 5 ½ weeks absent from school

·         80% attendance = 7 ½ weeks absent from school (Equivalent to one day per week absence for the whole year).

A child who misses a day of school per week throughout Years 1 – 11 misses an equivalent of over two years of their learning time in school


Medical Needs

Harris Academy Beulah Hill is an inclusive community that aims to support students with medical conditions. Student medication is stored in the Medical Room. The Medical Room is overseen by Ms Smith-Williams they are responsible for the administration of medicines.

Should you have any queries about the medical needs of your child then email for the Beulah Hill site or call the Academy’s main phone number.

It is your responsibility to ensure that the medical needs of your child are clearly communicated to the school so we, in turn, can care for them appropriately. The Medical Needs Policy and Allergy Awareness Policy that the school adheres to are attached below for your convenience. In addition, all forms that you may need to complete, and return are attached in the Medical Forms Folder.

If a student has a medical need, the forms you will need are below. These should also be returned to the Medical Room. You can also scan these forms and email them to 

Please note that it is at the discretion of the principal to refuse your child’s attendance if we do not have lifesaving medication on site.

We have a number of students who have severe food allergies such as nut allergies. Do not bring any nuts in school for the safety of all our students. 

Please ensure bottles and drinks are clearly labelled with your child’s name.

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