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Posted on: October 12th 2017

New Performance tables show students make more progress at Harris Academies

New figures released today by the Department for Education indicate that the Harris Federation is the top performing multi-academy trust for pupil progress in England yet again.

The Harris Federation’s overall Progress 8 score showed an increase on the previous year’s performance up from
+0.47 to +0.59 this year.

Three Harris academies – Battersea, Morden and Bromley – were among only 33 schools that achieved scores above 1, meaning students achieved, on average, more than a grade higher in their best 8 subjects than at schools with a comparable intake. This puts them in the top 1% of all secondary schools for progress.

Final data will be published by the Department in January 2018.

Harris Federation Chief Executive, Sir Dan Moynihan, said:

“Today’s provisional progress figures are our best yet.  A score of + 0.59 shows that students at Harris Federation academies achieve better outcomes than expected, compared to other schools, with  three of our academies are among the very top 1% in the country  for progress.

 “These fantastic results are down to the high expectations we have for every student – whatever their starting point – and our constant drive to deliver consistent, high-quality teaching in every lesson and across every subject.

“Our aim is to help our students achieve their very best: these figures show that is happening in our academies.”

Full data is available on the DfE website

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