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25/02/20

Retweeted From Iain Mansfield

"It is absolutely right that the new inspection framework assesses the curriculum, but this must not be at the expense of the hard-won increase in exam results, particularly for disadvantaged children.” Latest report on . https://t.co/zn5KAVzjpv

25/02/20

Retweeted From Brasenose News

Great fun having school here today. Such a lovely group. Currently chatting with our undergraduates. https://t.co/My6aYFkzrk

25/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Rainham

Year 7 and 8 Parents' Consultation Evening - Thursday 12th March 4.30pm to 7.30pm. Students will be given a letter and appointment sheet to bring home today. https://t.co/6cjSEMSHjx

25/02/20

Retweeted From HarrisBoys'Academy

"Learning about the similarities between doctors and scientists was very eye-opening". Rayyan, Year 12. Find out more about this special lecture for our sixth fomers, in partnership with . Details https://t.co/2JyNdGGyhS https://t.co/1w3fCYAdpD

25/02/20

Retweeted From Department for Education

Keeping children safe, seen and supported is our absolute priority. ✍️ We are proposing changes so vulnerable children are helped by a dedicated school leader to ensure they attend and achieve at school. 👉 https://t.co/8zgHOAQwIK https://t.co/HOyjsVRKkv

25/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Rainham

Cooking club is open to years 7-9 students every Wednesday after school staring next week. To take part please come and see Miss Constable to sign up. There is a small payment of £5 required to cover costs of ingredients etc. https://t.co/bKWHqEtXoC

25/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Careers

We are looking for talented individuals who want to be part of transforming education in London and help create exceptional places of learning. Check out our latest Maths jobs and apply online today.

25/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Careers

Harris Academy Merton is looking to appoint an to join its lively team! https://t.co/ZWP3ZyY9AL https://t.co/kSmlw15Lvf

25/02/20

congratulations! https://t.co/qSC1tNiADh

24/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Manchester

This week we are delighted to welcome musicians from Westminster Harris Sixth Form (recently awarded Sixth Form of the Year).🎼🎹🎵🎶🎻 🗓️Thurs 27 Feb ⏲️1.30-2.15pm https://t.co/lgmiVZOD1s

24/02/20

Retweeted From David Carter

I welcome this as it creates the opportunity to look at this beyond an ideology that says you cannot be broad and balanced in a 3 year KS4 model. I’ve seen a number of examples where children get a rich offer and this research will help the debate https://t.co/Enl76DA2Po

22/02/20

Retweeted From Joshua Perry

Deadline is approaching for this cracking data and MIS analyst role at . They’ve been a leader in MAT data for as long as I can remember - and it’s a really great team. Well worth applying if you’re in school data. https://t.co/UNHNBl4yiE

19/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Careers

We are looking for an experienced Early Years Teacher to join Harris Nursery Hub Peckham. We are interested to hear from qualified looking to join our new and exciting Nursery Hub. https://t.co/ttJVEyIioJ https://t.co/S2oqym1me4

19/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Careers

Harris Girls' Academy Bromley is looking to appoint an inspirational, dynamic and enthusiastic qualified Teacher to join as Director of Performing and Physical Arts. https://t.co/474RgruzWJ https://t.co/eBDhSTjTP1

19/02/20

Retweeted From Malcolm Drakes

Primary teachers developing their pottery techniques as part of our Curriculum Conference today. Push your weld into the slab in one direction and then the next to create a really strong join! https://t.co/rIttB8JDCQ

19/02/20

Retweeted From Harris Careers

Harris Academy Riverside are looking for a Vice Principal to join its growing . We are looking for an experienced senior leader who shares our academy ethos and vision. https://t.co/Qlm90lZoN2 https://t.co/JxiVHnh18k

19/02/20

Retweeted From HarrisBeckenham

⛷Ski Trip 2020⛷ Day 4 and the conditions are still perfect! https://t.co/crU4hYXsoP

18/02/20

Retweeted From James Handscombe

My letter in today’s Times: navigating the application system is the easy part of getting into top universities - it’s on developing scholarship that resources should be spent: https://t.co/IUzAc8mFST

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10/03/2015

Learning Without Levels

The Harris Federation Approach to, ‘Learning Without Levels’ Find out about the Harris Federation Approach to 'Learning Without Levels'. Learn how Harris use assessment at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 to drive school improvement. How you could use the Harris model within your own school. An opportunity to join our Teaching School network and share resources. Who is the programme for? This event is for senior leaders in secondary schools, local authorities and for those with an interest in the new curriculum and the changes to assessment. Presenters Sir Daniel Moynihan, Chief Executive Officer Sir Dan is CEO of the Harris Federation, a chain of 36 primary and secondary academies based in and around London. The vast majority of the secondary academies inspected so far are either ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’, with 75% rated as ‘Outstanding’. Sir Dan was previously Headteacher of two highly successful London schools in challenging areas. Sir Dan’s interest is primarily in raising the attainment of disadvantaged young people. Carolyn English, Secondary Director Carolyn joined the Federation in 2007 as Principal of one of the first Academies, Harris Academy South Norwood, previously Stanley Technical High School for Boys. The Academy was judged ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED in January 2010 and is now one of the most popular schools in Croydon. Carolyn was promoted to an Executive Principal in April 2011 and is now the Director of Secondary Education. Jacquelyn Lomas, Executive Adviser Jacquelyn also joined the Federation in 2007 as Lead Consultant for mathematics. In that time she has been instrumental in ensuring outstanding maths results across the Federation.  Jacquelyn became an Executive Adviser in 2014 and now leads on key aspects of data and has been instrumental in the development of ‘Learning Without Levels.’ Date and time Thursday 16th April 2015, 4.00pm-6.00pm Venue Harris Academy Bermondsey 55 Southwark Park Road, London, SE16 3TZ Cost £275+VAT How to apply You can book your place by visiting  http://www.harristeachingschool.com/184/learning-without-levels
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6/03/2015

Gold Medal Olympian visits Chobham Academy

Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Ed Clancy has visited Chobham Academy to deliver a special assembly and meet staff and students. The track star achieved a gold medal in the team pursuit at London 2012, breaking the world record in the process. This was followed by a bronze in the Omnium event, complementing a team pursuit gold at Beijing 2008 and numerous other titles. Chobham Academy was developed as part of London 2012 legacy and has five school houses named after Olympic athletes. Ed led a special assembly for students in his house, giving them the chance to see the medals he won in the Olympic Park’s velodrome and ask questions. Students were particularly interested in hearing about Ed’s achievements on the track, the athletes he met at London 2012 and his frequent traveling across the world to compete. They also enjoyed Ed’s admission that he crashes his bike at least 10 times a year, showing that even top athletes aren’t perfect. Ed’s most serious piece of guidance to students was to always give their all, saying: “My advice is that you should base your confidence in life on the fact that you will give everything 100 per cent, many factors are out of your control but giving 100 per cent is all you can do. "I never knew or had complete confidence I was going to be successful, but I tried my best and then the success came." After some photos with his house and narrowly escaping having to sign every homework planner in the room, Ed went on a tour of the Academy’s building, which during the Olympics was a gym and training centre for athletes. He then dropped in on a Year 7 PE lesson and was impressed both by the Academy’s facilities and the way that senior PE students were playing a key role in leading the lesson for younger ones. A primary PE lesson was the last stop on Ed’s visit, where pupils were able to hold his London 2012 medals. Most were suitably excited; although one budding eight year old sportsman was keen to stress that he had already met Mo Farah! The Academy and in particular Ed Clancy House look forward to welcoming Ed again soon. Lisa Kattenhorn, Principal of Chobham Academy, said: “We always aim to inspire students and give them opportunities to see how working hard and having confidence can bring success.  Ed’s visit on Tuesday really brought this message to life.  He was inspirational.”
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6/03/2015

Design and Build competition for the Harris Academy Tottenham

Notice for Expressions of Interest for design and refurbishment works to support the Harris Academy Tottenham All-Through School 2015 Accommodation requirements for the intake of new pupils.  The Harris Federation are inviting submissions from contractors in taking part in a local two stage Design and Build competition for the Harris Academy Tottenham All-Through School to carry out works at their permanent school site to support the 2015 pupils intake of an additional 270.  The Harris Academy Tottenham All-Through School is a 1570 place All-Through School, with 420 Primary, 900 11-16 year olds and 250 6th Form, which opened to its first intake in September 2014 in its permanent location, the Lee Valley Technopark, Tottenham Hale. It is a non-selective, mainstream, non-faith designated, co-educational school.  Address full address: Lee Valley Technopark, Ashley Road, London, N17 9LN  Harris Academy Tottenham All-Through School requires a competent contractor to carry out the following works:  Refurbishment of circa 2600sqm of existing space to support the change of use of the current building from light industrial/offices into a new school.  Levels of refurbishment works vary from majority heavy/medium non-structural refurbishment to areas of re-fresh and deep clean of ancillary areas  The construction works will be procured directly by the Harris and managed on their behalf by the Education Funding Agency and their appointed Technical Advisor, Mace Ltd.  An initial feasibility study have been undertaken by Mace and identifies the spacial layout concept, which has been agreed as the basis for the brief and scope of works. The work will be contracted under the JCT Design and Build Contract 2011 with EFA Schedule of Amendments.  Contractors wishing to be considered for this opportunity must express their interest by sending an email to paula.goy@macegroup.com by noon on Wednesday 11th March 2015 to receive an Invitation To Tender. Any expressions of interest received after the deadline will be rejected.  Tender documents will be issued immediately and Contractors will be invited to a site visit on Monday 16th March and tender will be due to be submitted by Friday 20th March 2015. The successful contractor will be appointed to stage one of the local competition under a Pre-Construction Services Agreement with project delivery to meet the start of the new term in September 2015. 
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