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21/03/19

Thanks v much for the connection. All sorted!

21/03/19

Retweetd From Screen25

Pick the films and tell us what issues are important to you! Join us for a discussion and lunch on Sat 23 March at Socca Cheta, 2pm. Food provided by our wonderful friends at 😋 Supported by the Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds https://t.co/KSkQ9q61dx

20/03/19

Retweetd From Richard Fletcher

Who would ever have imagined this many South London state school kids going to Oxbridge three decades ago under ILEA. Thousands of lives changed by Lord Harris' energy and drive and the academy system... https://t.co/nZOGoG0u6l

20/03/19

Retweetd From stephanie bishop

So proud of our team and our apprentices, have been shortlisted for a few awards recently lets hope some of these soon turn into trophies 🤞🤞🤞🤞 https://t.co/wFzDM8V4Ri

20/03/19

Tremendous images from the GCSE Geography field trip today and yesterday in Eastbourne https://t.co/BqThBcyN4f

20/03/19

Just a few highlights from students collecting data on the beautiful beach at Eastbourne. Geography in action ! https://t.co/LHE1E5ySwH

19/03/19

Retweetd From HAGRPE

Well done to our Year 9 Netball team from who won the Greenwich Schools Tournament 🙌🥇🏆 https://t.co/afT5EZOCxD

19/03/19

Retweetd From Croydon MPS

UPDATE: The incident involving a man who made threats to kill on Pagehurst Rd has concluded safely. One man has been arrested without incident; there were no injuries. We would like to thank the community for their co-operation & apologise for any disruption caused.

19/03/19

Retweetd From Harris South Norwood

Why do South Norwood kids want to learn Latin & Classics ? To hide behind Zeus? To mock Poseidon? To devour an Italian burger? Norwood students experience the Roman Colosseum, Palatine Hill, an Italian burger and Triton Fountain Are you not entertained ? https://t.co/bGar8ooCPE

19/03/19

Why do South Norwood kids want to learn Latin & Classics ? To hide behind Zeus? To mock Poseidon? To devour an Italian burger? Norwood students experience the Roman Colosseum, Palatine Hill, an Italian burger and Triton Fountain Are you not entertained ? https://t.co/bGar8ooCPE

19/03/19

Retweetd From Oasis Academies

In the month of March, we talk about at Oasis. Is there anyone you need to forgive at the moment? https://t.co/UuuwJ3EnHI

19/03/19

Understood. Will keep following you Their Tweet seemed to imply “detained”

19/03/19

Is this inaccurate? https://t.co/8PW9lIDYbF

19/03/19

Thank you. Much appreciated. Good to share this measured and clear information

19/03/19

Retweetd From Mario Creatura

Council advice - due to the ongoing incident in Lower Addiscombe Road (between Sherwood and Shirley Road), there will be congestion in the area. Trams are operating as usual but the following bus routes are diverted: 289 312 367 689. Please avoid the area if at all possible. https://t.co/JDYDeqqDy0

19/03/19

thanks for all updates on |helpful

19/03/19

First blossoms in our memorial gardens... https://t.co/vEjRmiOPwQ

19/03/19

Students at Norwood learn knowledge about kings and queens of England & wider United Kingdom. They learn both the facts and the bias of history. Interesting piece here about gender and history https://t.co/cdyiGrK7UK

19/03/19

Retweetd From Michelle Perkins

Apprenticeship or University? Can't decide? Have a look at this - https://t.co/rwfvrHlktb from sharing his thoughts along with some other leading organisations. Definitely worth a look!

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Academy Football: Crystal Palace FC Foundation Academy

The Crystal Palace FC Foundation are proud to announce a new partnership with Harris Academy South Norwood, offering boys aged 16-18 the opportunity to participate in a Football Academy programme whist following a full time educational pathway.
 
Players will learn and train at Harris Academy South Norwood under the educational expertise of tutors from the college. Staff from the Crystal Palace FC Foundation will be attending the college to run the training and match day programmes, as well as offering opportunities with the Foundation at Selhurst Park.
 
The programme looks to challenge players’ football ability by competing at the highest level. The teams will compete in college league & cup competitions, where the most talented players have opportunities to trial at local semi-professional and professional clubs as well as being supported through college scholarship applications.
 
The education programme offered at Harris Academy South Norwood will enable players to study a full programme of A-Level and vocational courses offered at the centre. Potential players are actively encouraged to visit the school and to discuss future career plans to ensure students are on the right pathway for their career choices.
 
Gary Mulcahey, Director of Sports Development, Crystal Palace FC Foundation, said: “We are building a portfolio of school-based sports partnerships across our London boroughs. The idea is that we invest in the footballing talent of our surrounding area and provide the correct development channels for these youngsters to reach their potential within the game – whether this is at pro, semi-pro or grassroots level.
 
The framework for the Academy has proven extremely successful in the past and we believe these types of partnerships will provide the infrastructure for the young talent of the future. The programme will look to improve the technical ability of all participants and channel this into various levels of grassroots and club football.
 
The Academy gives the unique opportunity for both young boys and girls to combine the academic side of school life with a passion for football and hopefully it will produce some of the games top athletes in years to come.”
 
For any questions or more details please contact Stuart Jacob on 020 8768 6047 or email stuart.jacob@cpfcfoundation.org