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Retweeted From HPACYP

So incredibly proud of our choir last night at the Churchill Theatre, performing as part of the Bromfest. BYMT.


Retweeted From Harris City Academy

Students meet Lord Harris and VIP visitors today at HCACP


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Harris Westminster Sixth Form is looking for a Mathematics Teacher. Apply now


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Deputy Director of Science required . Apply now


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If you are wondering how you can and , come and talk to our friendly team at Harris Academy Battersea, 14/03/18 from 4 - 6pm. We'll be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Book your place here:


Retweeted From Harris South Norwood

The Year 10 team also picked up a big win over Bolingbroke Academy winning 55-0, here are some of the tries #🔥


Retweeted From Harris Federation Classics

What a great day and lifetime experience for our youngsters. Pompeii a city inside a time capsule.


Retweeted From HarrisBeckenham

HABE is celebrating after being presented the prestigious SEND Inclusion Award. Representatives from Optimus Education, Prospects and HFED attended the ceremony. The hard work of students, parents and staff means we are the first school internationally to achieve this accolade.


Retweeted From HPACH

The choir took part, with 7000 children from across the UK, in the Young Voices event at the O2 Arena in London this week. The children represented our academy with pride and it was a truly unforgettable event. A huge well done to the staff and pupils who took part.


Retweeted From David Carter

Started my annual reviews of the National Sponsors I oversee. and had over 4000 year 11 between them. P8 at Ark 0.15 and Harris 0.54. Inspiring to see the MAT model at its best


Retweeted From HarrisBoys'Academy

In only 102 schools across England and Wales do students who are eligible for free school meals perform as well or better than other students. And we're very proud to be one of them


Retweeted From Harris Fed Languages

Exciting things happening across in language learning. Here is the new club, thanks to and funding


Retweeted From Harris Careers

New : tops school performance tables! Read more:


Retweeted From HA Chafford Hundred

Regardless of your background- we treat all our pupils the same 👍🏻


Retweeted From YourThurrock

Praise for Harris Academy and the progress made with "poorer" students.


Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

Our wonderful Primary Phase Lead leading the training this evening. Our brilliant mentors do a fabulous job supporting our and .

Secondary Performance

The Harris Federation has had an exceptional year of results across our secondary academies.

Harris academy batterseaThe Harris Federation is the most successful large multi-academy trust across a number of key performance measures.

The average Progress 8 score for the Harris Federation in 2016/17 was +0.54 compared to -0.03 nationally

Put into context, this means that on average, students at Harris Federation academies achieve 4 grades better across their best 8 subjects, than other schools nationally.

The Harris Federation is top for pupil progress and EBACC qualification statistics for disadvantaged Students nationally.

Pupil progress for disadvantaged students at the Harris Federation is +0.43, compared to -0.40 nationally.

Put into context, this means that on average, disadvantaged students at Harris Federation academies achieved almost 7 grades better  across their best 8 subjects, compared to their schools nationally.

  • Number 1 MAT for Progress 8  

  • Number 1 MAT for Progress 8 for Disadvantaged Students

  • Number 1 MAT for EBACC Entries

  • Number 1 MAT for EBACC Entries for Disadvantaged Students

  • Number 1 MAT for EBACC attainment (5+) for Disadvantaged Students

  • Number 1 MAT for EBACC attainment (4+) for Disadvantaged Students

Harris Federation academies were top for pupil progress in 5 of the 9 boroughs in which the Federation runs schools.

Harris Federation academies are in the top 4 best schools in all nine boroughs.

Compared to other large MATs (those with more than 3 schools) the Harris Federation ranks as number 1 for progress and number 1 for the progress of disadvantaged students.

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