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09/12/19

Retweeted From HPA Philip Lane

A huge congratulation are in order for three Yr6 students this morning. Ariana, Abdoul and Kiya have had their poems published by ! What an amazing achievement, well done guys🎉

07/12/19

Retweeted From HarrisColerainePark

Setting up has started for the local Tottemham lights event. Our amazing steel pan band will be bring the Christmas music https://t.co/7XweguZZqF

06/12/19

Retweeted From Trinity College

Are you coming for a interview and wondering how to prepare?? look no further thanks to and their new podcast...! https://t.co/S87yd4rMed

06/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Careers

Harris City Academy Crystal Palace are seeking an outstanding Teacher of to work within our high performing Academy, this position is open to both NQTs and more experienced teachers. https://t.co/Jwc2TTLVHA https://t.co/KO6mRJqTv5

06/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Wimbledon

Great seats at the . Our Year 7s are anticipating a great performance! https://t.co/SR5VdX2pT2

06/12/19

Retweeted From HCACP DofE

A great achievement and deserved recognition for our DofE Silver award holders last night at our annual HCACP awards evening! Well done for all your hard work and dedication over the past year. https://t.co/f0SuI9O6sj

06/12/19

Retweeted From Louise Martin

| FULL MARKS | Blimey, that was emotional! Congratulations to Khadija - what a star! - and an acknowledgement to the incredible support of to get her that place https://t.co/RfmAdWS3Wd

05/12/19

Hear more about Khadija’s inspirational journey to . With thanks to her teachers and Harris Experience https://t.co/O4TgvKPc1k

05/12/19

Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

A key aim for our course is to support our to become & literate, so it’s great to see our trainees working collaboratively to discuss research articles in preparation for their next assignment. https://t.co/ZeKbpGXr0o

05/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Primary Academy Kenley

Year Six have had a busy day making bread as part of their learning for DT. https://t.co/GUw9uTcvHE

03/12/19

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Visiting to deliver sessions on and https://t.co/CyfiNx6eRO

03/12/19

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

HCACP students listen to a talk by highlighting the problem of knife-crime and educating students on how to stay safe in London. https://t.co/wnCuLYUHcy

03/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Academy St John’s Wood

Year 11 student Kisha at school speaking with Princess Laurentien of how “luck” or lack of it is the cause of so much inequality in education - where we are born affects how much opportunity we have: her job is to challenge this. https://t.co/dnZCYC9soa

03/12/19

Retweeted From Khadija 🇬🇭

Your girl made it to The Times! 🥳Make sure to go check it out: https://t.co/IZ2Af4U5qu

03/12/19

Have done so

03/12/19

Retweeted From Soarpoints

2 students are at today hearing from & being interviewed by Princess Laurentien of Netherlands ...”look for the invisible children, not just the eloquent children...find the unknown and the stigmatised” https://t.co/EyHV2EGABq

03/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Fed Languages

Bravo Khadija et bonne continuation! https://t.co/iQWtqGZkET

02/12/19

Retweeted From MiSST

Fantastic https://t.co/nK8dTpQYx2

02/12/19

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

An exciting day with Simon Singh, author of the Simpsons and their mathematical secrets, at Harris Westminster. https://t.co/X19bCm36SE

02/12/19

Retweeted From Sathnam Sanghera

I long for the day when disadvantaged students getting into Oxbridge is not deemed exceptional or "inspiring", but mundane and routine https://t.co/JLmUgokA0v

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23/08/2013

GCSE Results: Further Analysis

GCSE Results:  Further Analysis We are very proud of our GCSE results, which we announced yesterday morning:  you can see them here.   This is an analysis of the trends across the Federation.  When 2013 national trends become available, we will add to this analysis. With 2,050 Year 11 students, 2013 was our largest cohort ever.  The data shows that our performance has continued to improve as we have grown.  92% of students at Harris Academies achieved 5A* - C grades in any subject (the 2012 national average was 83%). 72% of students at Harris Academies achieved 5A* - Cs including English and maths.  This is 13 percentage points higher than the 2012 national average (the most recent available) of 59%. We are particularly pleased that children on Free School Meals and Looked After Children at Harris Academies achieve equally high standards.  This year, 69% achieved at least 5A* - Cs including English and maths.   As well as outperforming the national average compared to other students on Free School Meals and Looked After Children, they are outperforming the national average for Year 11 students as a whole. Without equivalents included, 60% of Harris students achieved at least 5 good GCSEs including English and maths.  This is up from 58% last summer and considerably higher than the national average (51% in 2012).     18% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, up from 8.8% in 2012.    The data also shows that Harris students make significant progress over the course of their education:  In Maths, 79% of students made the 3 levels of progress expected by the government (in 2012 the national average was 69%).  In English 76.4% of students made 3 levels of progress (national average was 68% in 2012) Many students outpaced the progress expected by government.  43% of students made four levels of progress in Maths and 35% in English.  Once again, many congratulations to our students.  We look forward to reporting on your achievements again in two years’ time when you finish Sixth Form.  
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22/08/2013

GCSE Results 2013

Harris Federation: GCSE Results 2013 We are pleased to be reporting another consistent and strong set of GCSE results.  The highlights are: Students in 13 Harris Academies sat for GCSEs (up from 11 Academies in 2012); Between this year and last year, the average increase in the % of students achieving five A*-C grades including English and maths is 4 percentage points; The average improvement for each Academy between their final year under LEA control and 2013 is 35 percentage points. Just some of the successes of our individual Academies are: Harris Academy Greenwich, which as Eltham Foundation School came under the leadership of the Federation in 2011, a year before it officially became an Academy, has increased its proportion of students achieving at least five good GCSEs including English and maths from 48% in 2011 to 85%.  We believe it is likely to be one of the most improved schools in the country over this period; Harris Academy Chafford Hundred has improved its proportion of students gaining five good GCSEs including English and Maths from 84% in 2012 to 93%; At 58%, Harris Academy Peckham is now matching the national average – a very pleasing achievement for a school which was at just 11% when it opened in 2003 and was known as one of the most challenging in the country; At Harris Academy South Norwood, the percentage of students achieving the English Baccalaureate has risen dramatically from 4% in 2012 to 31%.  Similarly, the English Baccalaureate score is 40% at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace, 30% at Harris Academy Falconwood and 24% at Harris Academy Bromley; Our two Academies in Bromley, which both opened in 2011, continue to show significant year-on-year improvements; In its first year of operation, the percentage of students at Harris Academy Morden achieving five or more good GCSEs including English and maths has risen by 10 percentage points compared to the final set of results received by its predecessor school; At Westwood College, which came under Harris Federation leadership a year before it was due to become an Academy in September 2013, the proportion of students gaining five good GCSEs including English and Maths has risen from 35% to 41%.  The school will open as Harris Academy Upper Norwood in September; Our two most improved Academies this year are Harris Academy Merton, which went from 62% to 74%, and Harris Academy Purley, which went from 63% to 76%. These improvements follow a successful set of A Level Results in which Harris Sixth Formers won places at Cambridge for Engineering, Manchester for Medicine, Nottingham for Maths and Glasgow for History. Sir Dan Moynihan, Chief Executive of the Harris Federation said: “For another consecutive year, we are delighted to have increased the average proportion of Harris students gaining at least five good GCSEs including English and maths.  There have been some stunning successes, both at the Academy level and an individual level for the youngsters we educate.  “I would like to thank and congratulate our students, parents, teachers and leaders for their hard work and determination.  We are extremely proud of them and their achievements.”    
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