Menu
Twitter Wall

Twitter Wall

Close

25/03/17

Retweeted From Karl Hoods

Another great conference. Thanks to those that organised and for hosting!

25/03/17

Hovers doing practical science! https://t.co/9aEv7NFSsa

25/03/17

Lord Harris presents awards for our Governors that have served in our schools for 5 years and over - Thank you! https://t.co/u6G2keXNLC

25/03/17

Retweeted From Harris Fed TSA

Governors understand the new mathematics curriculum by learning like students. https://t.co/QUX6nHiWCi

25/03/17

A great day of training on offer for our Governors. https://t.co/6Cyff3fNb8

25/03/17

We are really grateful for all you do 🏆 https://t.co/QlGGbHHUoE

25/03/17

Science Consultants presenting to Governors on the New National Curriculum & Assessment for Science.… https://t.co/fShQHfzN6z

25/03/17

Retweeted From Matt Britt

Well done Michelle Cunningham, Jerry Spillane and Ann Slater for getting Governor Awards. https://t.co/ylsRqXhPnW

25/03/17

Lord Harris of Peckham addresses Governors and thanks them sincerely for all the hard work within our schools… https://t.co/0gf3bNVKfr

25/03/17

Sir Dan Moynihan addressing Governors. https://t.co/kkn66QuISn

25/03/17

Governors will also hear from sponsor, Lord Harris, Sir Dan Moynihan & Director, Andy Meighen.

25/03/17

Conference topics include: an introduction to the New Inspection Dashboard & Governing with the New National Curriculum & Assessment.

25/03/17

We look forward to welcoming colleagues to our "Governing for Impact Conference" starting in under an hour!

24/03/17

Retweeted From HPA Orpington

Year 2 have made cards for to say thank you for keeping us safe and doing an amazing job. They will be… https://t.co/tvnpMNlYPu

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

A free theatre performance for young people from the Daniel Spargo-Mabbs foundation. At the Bernard Weatherill Hous… https://t.co/bH3r2hWk68

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris Rainham

Sports Fixtures for week beginning 27th March 2017 https://t.co/K4Wluz0h3L

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

HCACP students cooking up some bread items in today https://t.co/62bEg3PIK3

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

HCACP Rugby Trails will be held tomorrow March 25th 2017. Learn more at https://t.co/tcLzFfkiiA https://t.co/6kslj7lKsi

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris Bromley

If you are being bullied or think you know someone who is – make sure you tell an adult. We are here to help you:… https://t.co/xY2PqbeJry

24/03/17

Retweeted From Harris Bromley

65% of students achieved at least five A*-C grades incl. English and maths and 40% achieved Ebacc. https://t.co/HpYAJ5y3wu

Posted on: February 12th 2016

Harris Federation bids to run new Sutton school

The Harris Federation, a not-for-profit charity in its 25th year of running schools in London, is bidding to run a secondary free school in Sutton.

Sutton Council has secured part of the Sutton Hospital site for a new secondary school to be built. The Harris Federation, which runs 37 Primary and Secondary Academies in and around London, is one of the school providers being given the chance to run a school on this site. The Education Funding Agency will decide which provider is successful in its bid.

Because of the new school’s location and proximity to the Royal Marsden, the Harris Federation aims to build a specialism in science and healthcare. The Federation has established links with London’s top universities and medical schools, which would give students access to a wealth of scientific resources. This would include the chance to use Imperial College London’s latest specialist laboratory equipment.

Three quarters of Harris secondary academies inspected by Ofsted so far have been rated Outstanding.

Sir Daniel Moynihan, CEO of the Harris Federation, said,

“As well as having an exceptional record in secondary education throughout London, we are part of this community through our Harris Junior Academy Carshalton. We are proposing an ambitious and aspirational new school that ensures many more local parents can access outstanding secondary education for their sons and daughters.”

The school is planned to open in September 2018, with 195 places on offer in the first year. It would begin with a Year Seven and grow by a year group at a time, although the Harris Federation would seek to open a Sixth Form as early as possible.

To read a short brochure about our plans, click here  

Academy Locations Open Close

Our Academies