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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

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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

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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

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.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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24/11/2011

Secretary of State for Education makes passionate speech with fullsome praise for Harris Federation

In his speech on 24th November, Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove said of the Harris Federation   "For generations the working class communities of South London have been tragically ill-served by council-run schools which consistently failed to secure a decent clutch of GCSEs or their equivalent for the overwhelming majority of their pupils.  It was assumed that the children could scarcely be expected to do better, given their backgrounds.  And parents were denied any meaningful information about how their children's schools performed relative to others so they had no real idea how badly they were being betrayed by those who took their votes, council rents and rates for granted. But recently those families have been given an alternative.  Through a combination of league tables - fought by the Labour Party and the unions, schools free of council control - fought by the Labour Party and the unions, and headteachers free to hire who they want and pay them what they want - a principle also fought by the Labour Party and the unions. As a result of these changes we can see that for example the Tory peer Lord Harris of Peckham now runs a dozen comprehensives which were once local authority controlled schools.  They draw pupils from the same communities that they always have, and they enjoy the same level of funding as all their neighbours.  But their results are incomparably better.  Ten times as many students get five good GCSE passes as a few years ago.  The rate of performance improvement is far faster than that of any neighbouring school.  And schools which once struggled to fill their classrooms are now hugely over-subscribed."   The full transcript of his speech can be found at : http://www.conservatives.com/News/Speeches/2011/11/Michael_Gove_A_Liberal_Education.aspx
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