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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

Harris Academies
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Uniform, Equipment & Prohibited Items

Academy Uniform

Students from Harris Academy Beulah Hill will be in smart uniform and well equipped to learn.

Students are expected to be of smart and sensible appearance. Individual fashion statements such as extreme make-up, hair styles or colours, designer or sportswear, trainers, decorated footwear, face piercings and decorative dental wear is not permitted. Refer to the Uniform Policy for further details.

By requiring students to wear the Academy uniform, it is intended to develop their sense of loyalty to the community of which they are members, and to encourage them to take pride in their appearance. Students are expected to wear full Academy uniform on the way to and from the Academy. All items of uniform should be clearly marked or labelled.

If students are not in full uniform, they will not be able to attend lessons. They will work in the referral room, until the correct uniform is brought to them, or they will be sent home to change, with parental permission. If a student persistently fails to wear uniform the normal Academy procedure for student support should be followed (see Student Behavior Policy).

Uniform Supplier

Our uniform supplier is Stevensons. Please click here to order your uniform online from Stevensons.

You can also purchase uniform items:

  • In-store: Stevensons, 50 - 51 Whitgift Centre, Croydon, CR0 1UQ (Mon-Sat 9am-6.30pm)
  • By email:
  • By phone on 01372 747474


Uniform Bank

The Academy also offers a Uniform bank of pre-loved uniform items. We cannot guarantee all items will be available in every size, but we will try to work with families to ensure we can share what we can. Second-hand uniform can be purchased between 8.30am- 9.30am and 3.00pm- 4.00pm from reception. Additionally, please contact us via with requests for items of uniform, or to donate.

For families experiencing financial hardship, who are unable to pay for uniform, please contact our Finance Officer, Noami Smith,, who may be able to assist you with a limited school fund.


Main uniformHarris Academy Beulah Hill 9.5





Regulation Harris Academy Beulah Hill grey blazer, blue logo and blue trimmings.



Regulation Harris Academy Beulah Hill grey pullover with blue piping (optional)



Regulation Harris Academy grey and blue striped



Plain white shirt. Tucked in with the top button always fastened.


Charcoal grey



Charcoal grey (knee length)



Plain black



Plain black shoes – No trainers, ankle boots, boots or fabric shoes. No trimmings i.e. buckles, labels, tags or decorations. Laces and stitching must be black. Black shoes should be worn on the way to and from the Academy.


Outside coat

Zip fastening or buttonhole (any colour and print)

The following are not permitted: sportswear tops and hooded jumpers, leather and denim jackets.



Banned shoes


PE uniform

Harris BeulahHill AX v3 2





Black Academy sports shorts or plain black sport shorts (optional)


Black Academy top with emblem.


Black socks.


Sports shoes (trainers). No canvas or high-top boots of trainers.


Black Academy long sleeve top with Academy emblem (optional).


Plain black jogging bottoms or black Academy sports trousers (optional).


All students are expected to arrive at the Academy each day with the following equipment:

  • Full size school bag suitable for A4 size books.
  • Pencil case
  • Pens (green, red and black or blue)
  • Pencil (sharpener and eraser)
  • Coloured pencils or felt pens
  • Ruler
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Geometry set for Mathematics
  • Reading book

It is important that students always have the correct equipment with them.  Successful learning will often be dependent upon this.  Students who frequently fail to meet this standard will be given an appropriate sanction in line with our Behavior policy.


Prohibited items

What items are students not allowed to bring into the Academy?

In order to ensure that the Academy is a safe, healthy and positive environment, several items are prohibited. These rules are all in place in the best interests of students, and all members of our community.


Specific prohibited items

Electronic Devices

  • Phones should not be seen or heard on the Academy site. Students who bring a phone to school should have it turned off and stored safely.

Jewellery & Accessories

  • Piercings. Only one pair of plain studs can be worn in each ear lobe. The following are not permitted:
  • Multiple earrings
  • Facial piercings (nose, eye-brow, lip, face etc.)
  • Body piercings


  • Necklaces, pendants, chokers, bracelets
  • Headwear: Caps, doo-rags, bandanas and fashion scarves (worn for non-religious reasons).



Food and Drink

The general rule is that small packs of ‘packed-lunch’ size sweets, crisps, biscuits etc are fine and appropriate. However, the following are not:

Large bags of sweets or crisps

Caffeinated energy drinks

Large bottles of fizzy drinks

Chewing gum

  • Chewing gum is completely forbidden.

Harmful objects

  • Any blade, knife, or other object deemed usable as a weapon
  • Metal afro-pick combs
  • Drugs (both illegal, and medicines not declared to Student Wellbeing)
  • Alcohol
  • Cigarettes
  • E-Cigarettes
  • Vaping fluid
  • Any and all smoking paraphernalia

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