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13/12/17

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. is looking for a Head of . Find out more and apply at https://t.co/occQ0mazyk https://t.co/0NbqCNPLe2

13/12/17

Retweeted From Harris Garrard

Winter Wonderland Christmas Concert, Thurs 14 Dec, 6.30pm. Fantastic performances by our primary, secondary and sixth form students. Everyone welcome! Huge thanks to everyone whose worked so hard to make this happen. Details https://t.co/Q3KhA3aPon https://t.co/4VNZ3invPE

13/12/17

Read about outstanding success in from south London champions ... https://t.co/tcFc2N9Pbd

11/12/17

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Take a look at how teaching school alliance is developing leaders and driving school improvement https://t.co/WqTvNiE9KL https://t.co/oVZ33gWH79

11/12/17

Listen: on on banning in school https://t.co/5oMC2eut3a

11/12/17

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Today is the day! Come along to in tonight from 4:30pm to find out why you should https://t.co/a8W1VhIwYV

11/12/17

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Events taking place at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace this week. https://t.co/J0yySwOtqJ

11/12/17

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We're ready for you! Come and ask us about how to and get your to start your new career today! https://t.co/Guxm9Bd9mv https://t.co/OhUEBwZmh2

11/12/17

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.SaveTheDate: End of term is 20 December and students will break up from 12.40pm. https://t.co/N2qbgmKqqV

11/12/17

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Christmas Jumper Day – Friday 15th December 2017. £1 donation in aid of our local homeless charity. School appropriate clothing please. https://t.co/U6aHFcXe1d

11/12/17

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11/12/17

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Our year 11 geographers conducting their field work regardless of the weather https://t.co/UgLtkvxT4c

11/12/17

Great rewards well done 7R1! https://t.co/kyQdcyECzO

11/12/17

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With the beach inaccessible- year 11 Geo students adapted their beach gradient profiles by applying them snow covered fields. https://t.co/FVuoBvnpes

11/12/17

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Word of the week is oblivious. Don't forget to use the word of the week during your lessons and work to be in for a chance to win the prize! https://t.co/UDUCxPWUGK

11/12/17

Retweeted From Harris Careers

We are looking to grow our team of Core Subject Consultants . Opportunities available in , , , , and . View all jobs and apply: https://t.co/R3ss6qw9Oc https://t.co/A4AJ4Cv4pS

11/12/17

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Assembly this week is all about 'The Journey of Women in the Film Industry' https://t.co/8JPJLrgDww

11/12/17

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11/12/17

Retweeted From HGABR Sixth Form

.SaveTheDate: End of term is 20 December and students will break up from 12.40pm. https://t.co/FOExLUMO0T

11/12/17

Retweeted From Harris Purley

Our Parent Voice have sourced some fantastic prizes from local businesses for the Winter Raffle! Tickets are available everyday until Tuesday 19th! Parents/carers welcome to enter! https://t.co/VA8p9uDqE2

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23/11/2010

Harris Federation scientists visit Harris Manchester College

  On the 6th November 2010, Science Teams from across Harris Federation were fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to experience a day of stimulating lectures at Harris Manchester College in Oxford. They were privileged with a trip to the History of Science museum, viewing a blackboard with Einstein’s lecture notes (on calculating the expansion rate of the universe) from 1931 preserved on it.   Professor Brian Foster gave an understanding into Einstein’s Universe; from his most renowned works (and the equation), through to the man himself. Professor Foster was accompanied by Jack Liebeck on the violin who played the beautiful pieces Einstein loved to play himself to inspire his thought processes.   Einstein’s work lives on – his equation is used millions of times a day all over the world.  In the next few years we hope to make significant progress towards realising his dream [using the Large Hadron Collider in Cern, Switzerland] to explain the Universe as simply and beautifully as his inspiration – the music of Bach and Mozart. The Science Teams gained fascinating insights into the latest research into the collision of ‘heavy metal’ ions which was subsequently reported on the BBC two days later.   Solar Energy Devices was the next topic for the scientists as they explored the current research on photovoltaic cells by Dr Henry Snaith. After hearing about the details of how the photodiode creates electricity, they were led to consider how this technology could alter the world’s production of electricity as our sources of fossil fuels dwindle.   To close the day, staff heard from Dr Renee Hlozek about “astronomy for all” and the current research happening within that field. She closed with this thought:   “We all yearn to understand the what, when and how of the Universe.  We are living in an exciting time of answers.”
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16/11/2010

Harris Academy Purley judged to be making OUTSTANDING PROGRESS

  Harris Academy Purley is the sixth of eight Harris Academies to be inspected which has been judged to be either Outstanding or to be making Outstanding Progress.     Comments made by the inspectors include:   The academy has secured exceptional improvement in the short time since it was established and the positive impact of the actions taken demonstrate an outstanding capacity for further improvement. The academy is led exceptionally well. The Principal and senior team have an ambitious vision for the academy and they have been successful in inspiring staff and students who now share a common sense of purpose. Self-evaluation is very accuarte and, consequently, those responsible for leading the academy have an exceptionally clear picture of its strengths and areas for development. The management and development of staff is exemplary and there has been dramatic improvement in the quality of teaching. Senior leaders have unflinchingly challenged poor performance and provided high quality professional development opportunities for staff and these have been valued by staff. Attendance and punctuality have improved rapidly and they are now above average. Improvements mean that teachers now have higher expectations of students and lesson planning takes good account of their prior attainment. The Harris federation makes a strong contribution to all aspects of the academy's work.   Read the full report here
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