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30/03/17

Former student to play in final four of college basketball championship this weekend https://t.co/ZhAmDWNZrV

30/03/17

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Starting our School Direct training at the brilliant with their superb Managing Mentor. https://t.co/Adgh8W4v7a

30/03/17

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Harris Academy Orpington is looking for a Maths Teacher. Apply now https://t.co/4mDmpUja5j https://t.co/ZcDK1P85ab

29/03/17

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The HCACP Sixth Form Easter Interventions Programme can be found here https://t.co/Gsi18ceJCE

29/03/17

Retweeted From Harris Bromley

: 20th April - Yr 12 & 13 English Lit students will be heading to the theatre to see Othello at the Sam Wannamaker Playhouse: https://t.co/gqjdx8jmHS

29/03/17

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All five of Croydon's secondary schools currently rated as 'outstanding' by Ofsted https://t.co/LEGfXHGik2

29/03/17

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Silverware for the U13's netball tournament. Thanks to for hosting! Well done to you all 🥈 https://t.co/I2atcP4VHq

28/03/17

Amazing result well done. https://t.co/Vob1QLyxLX

28/03/17

Retweeted From Siobhain McDonagh MP

Only 48 hours left to speak up for ! Have your say on local kids getting into new school! https://t.co/9GFSprRa15

28/03/17

Retweeted From HABE Sport

🏐NETBALL🏐U12's beat Langley A's 7-3 & U14's beat Harris Bromley 24-2. U13's tournament tomorrow, come on girls!

27/03/17

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Our students have enjoyed an inspirational day at Oxford University including lunch in the chapel and an academic taster session. https://t.co/0y4tRiWB3f

27/03/17

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Well done to the Y10 Business students who entered the Peter Jones Tycoon Challenge and successfully set up an in-school stationary shop! https://t.co/0cMu8BZvzV

27/03/17

20 - 24 March 2017 Harris Academies 'The Week in Pictures'. https://t.co/Rk46BdhaPo

26/03/17

Thanks to all Harris Governors & colleagues for attending yesterday's Governing with impact conference & to for hosting. https://t.co/mVhhA0J8kE

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

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Governors understand the new mathematics curriculum by learning like students. https://t.co/JW3pb35UTl

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

Secondary Education

Our Secondary Academies combine the traditional values of good manners,
strong discipline and smart uniform with the best of modern teaching and technology.  We follow a broad and balanced curriculum with a wide range of extra-curricular activities. 

Here are some of the key features you can expect from a secondary education at Harris:

  • Well trained, highly resourced teachers who are ambitious for every student and who closely monitor their progress
  • A calm and orderly atmosphere
  • Extra tuition, either in small groups or on a one-to-one basis for students who need it
  • Individual singing and musical instrument lessons
  • University coaching from age 14 so that students make good decisions early on about their education
  • Dozens of extra-curricular activities, plus trips to the opera, theatre and ballet, as well as to art galleries across London
  • Pastoral care of the highest order, plus a culture of involving parents fully with their children’s education and school life in general.  There are reports home every six weeks
  • Students and staff that become established as trusted and reliable faces in the local community
  • Governors that make a meaningful contribution to progress and development.

We have recently launched ‘The Harris Experience’ across our Secondary Academies, in order to stretch students and introduce them to topics not covered by the national curriculum.  The programme opened with a lecture at Christie’s on Holbein’s The Ambassadors and other topics will include space exploration, logic and historical research.

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