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12/11/18

Our headboy and headgirl, Rory Armstrong-Smith and Esther Showemimo, represented Harris Academy Rainham yesterday at the very moving remembrance service where they placed a wreath at the war memorial. https://t.co/pRxeoL8rR0

12/11/18

Rainham Foodbank Urgently Needs Our Support - Please Help Until December 14th, we are encouraging students to promote our ‘Belong, Believe, Become’ ethos by making donations to the Rainham Foodbank https://t.co/5rcdYXwEOb

09/11/18

At 11am the school held a two-minute silence to remember all those who have died in conflict ."They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them" https://t.co/H6qka2enIC

18/10/18

Reminder: Parents Evening for Years 7 and 11 will be help tomorrow, Thursday 18th October from 4.30pm to 7.30pm https://t.co/7FPNqXfzJg

18/10/18

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16/10/18

Hussain has received an Honorary Fellowship from the prestigious Kings College London for his work in mental health and public sciences. https://t.co/CcF5KxSMPy

16/10/18

Hussain has worked with Harris Academy Rainham staff and students before launching the UK's largest mental health festival in setting a Guinness World Record for the 'World's Largest Mental Health Lesson... more

16/10/18

Mental Health Week - Husain Manawer visited Harris Academy Rainham together with Easterners Star Bradley Green to deliver an inspiring assemblies to raise awareness of Mental Health and how to receive help...more

16/10/18

Esther, our Acaemy Head Girl ran session on Mental Health awareness in the library. She has recently written a book with a friend on this topic and explained to staff and students why she felt it was so important to raise awareness for Mental Health. https://t.co/ZlvujOR1yf

16/10/18

Mental Health Week kicked off with NHS Nurse Julie Borg running a stall in the canteen to highlight importance of eating healthy. What you eat can have a huge impact on your mental well being. https://t.co/SuRR5da9YT

11/10/18

We will be holding a parents' consultation evening for Year 7 and 11 on Thursday 18th October from 4.30pm to 7.30pm. You child has already been given an appointment sheet so please encourage them to make appointments as soon as possible with their teachers. https://t.co/jvzUCvSVLc

08/10/18

Year 11 students will sit their Mock GCSE Examinations from 5th to 16th November 2018 https://t.co/hZpFzKNtn4

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Posted on October 15th 2018

Mental Health Week Success - Full Report

Mental health 2Our recent Mental Health Week kicked off with NHS Nurse Julie Borg (right) running a stall in the canteen to highlight importance of eating healthy.  What you eat can have a hugh impact on your mental wellbeing, she told students.

We also had very informative assemblies by Havering Mind.  Students learnt about ways to identify signs of mental ill health and ways to get help too.


Eastenders star delivers assembly

Mental health campaigner and poet Husain Manawer also visited Harris Academy Rainham together with Eastenders star Bradley Green. Together they delivered an inspiring assembly to raise awareness of Mental Health and how to receive help.

Hussain has worked with our staff and students before, launching the UK's largest mental health festival and setting a Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Mental Health Lesson. Hussain has received an Honorary Fellowship from the prestigious Kings College London for his work in mental health and public sciences.


Our Head Girl, Esther (pictured below), also ran a session on mental health awareness in the library.  She has recently written a book with a friend on this topic and explained to staff and students why she felt it was so important to raise awareness of mental health.

Mental health 4


Daisy, Year 11, won the Aademy Mental Health Teddy by completing a Mental Health quiz and entering a draw.

Mental Health Teddy

Staff also benefited from an Introduction to Yoga and Meditation session organised by Miss Hitchens.

Thank you to all the staff and students who helped to organise this important week and make it such as success.