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14/10/19

Well deserved - congrats! https://t.co/ysOfmkA2PA

14/10/19

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

Sixth Form Open Evening Tuesday 15th October from 5pm - 7pm. We look to welcoming prospective year 12 students with their parents and carers

14/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Purley

Our Sixth Form Open/Options Evening is this Thursday! https://t.co/pHDGTeBlVe

14/10/19

Retweeted From HarrisDulwichGirls

Year 7 parents’ evening is on Thursday 17th October 4.30-6.30pm. Your daughter should be making short appointments with her teachers ahead of the meetings. If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact info.org.uk

12/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Fed Languages

Great to see 150+ teachers together at the annual conference! These are the passionate teachers helping increasing numbers of students get access to MFL and providing a “liberation from insularity & an opening to other cultures” https://t.co/w9DInQW9gg

11/10/19

Retweeted From 📝 Emma Sheppard 📖

Difficult not to be proud of working with such amazing students in an organisation that literally gives them the platform to shine like this https://t.co/GMo3AiSzBE

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Sutton

An article about our lovely school in the Sutton Guardian ‘Harris Academy Sutton opens new £40million building’ -> https://t.co/kph3Gdq0en

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Fed Languages

Great to see! Thanks to facilitators, our enthusiastic teachers and https://t.co/Ivx4YSk94F

11/10/19

Retweeted From Graeme Smith

Wonderful to hear the massed voices of students and staff. https://t.co/kFJncwaDgA

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

Our fantastic student singers and musicians Harris in Harmony https://t.co/8MawhLOahv

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Wimbledon

32 students to Oxbridge, 25 from Harris Westminster and 25 studying medicine & dentistry https://t.co/smYXRQ18dO

11/10/19

Retweeted From Afia Ahmed

'Britain has the highest rate of single parent poverty out of all the EU countries'. Harris Peckham + have now introduced a FREE nursery hub with 51 weeks of childcare, three meals a day, and 50+ hours a week of child care. Now THAT is https://t.co/yYoxYLNm8V

11/10/19

Retweeted From 📝 Emma Sheppard 📖

sponsoring 30 FT nursery places (+ 3 staff places) at the new nursery in Peckham so that families can have completely free childcare provision. That’s pretty amazing https://t.co/cIvKksYVnG

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Primary Academy Kenley

we are opening a free nursery in Peckeham! We change lives! Every child! Everyday! https://t.co/Hxd8twWShI

11/10/19

Retweeted From Soarpoints

Sir Dan Moynihan outlining his principles to help young people and subvert the Inheritance of Immobility - Harris academies transform lives https://t.co/3MRyAxIwkO

11/10/19

Retweeted From James Handscombe

“Fixing the education disadvantage gap is what we are for - and it’s a battle.” Dan Moynihan emphasizing the moral centre and compass of the Harris Federation.

11/10/19

Retweeted From Harris Benson

If you believe you can achieve! One of our amazing teachers at Harris. Such an inspirational start to the day! https://t.co/QRzDcumaxF

11/10/19

Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

What a fantastic way to start our conference - by celebrating and his successes! Jamie trained with us last year. Go Jamie! https://t.co/YyvMNBcboV

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15/05/2015

Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace rated 'Good' by Ofsted

Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace has made rapid progress to be rated as a ‘Good’ school within two years of opening. The Academy joined the Harris Federation in 2013, replacing Malcolm Primary School which was in ‘Special Measures’. Ofsted inspectors visited last month and found it to be ‘Good’ overall and in each of the five individual categories they looked at: achievement, teaching, behaviour, leadership and early years education. In their report, inspectors said: “The Principal and other senior leaders have secured good improvements since the academy opened. The quality of teaching has improved. Pupils say that lessons are more interesting and that this has helped to improve their behaviour.”   “The teaching of literacy, reading and mathematics is good. Teachers have high expectations of what pupils should achieve.”   “Teaching motivates and inspires pupils. It helps them develop the skills needed to succeed in later life.”   “In national tests at the end of Year 6 in 2014, pupils’ attainment in mathematics and reading was above average. There is a similar picture of pupils working above expected standards in the current year.”   “The academy ensures that all groups of pupils do equally well. Disabled pupils or those who have special educational needs achieve well.”   “Pupils’ positive attitudes in lessons contribute to their good learning. They feel safe and behave well. They are considerate, polite and well-mannered.”   “The academy works well with parents. Most are extremely supportive of the academy. They are particularly pleased with the care shown for their children.” Inspectors also praised the school’s sponsor, saying “the Harris Federation provides excellent support to other leaders. They relentlessly pursue excellence and do not accept second best.” Aliki Constantopoulou, the Academy’s Principal, said: “We are very proud of the rapid progress that we have made as a school, and are pleased that Ofsted has recognised it in their report. I am particularly glad that they have picked out our strong relationship with parents and our success in helping all pupils achieve. We are excited to build on this feedback and go one better in our next report.” Sir Dan Moynihan, Chief Executive of the Harris Federation, said: “Congratulations to all children and staff on this strong report. The school is a very safe, caring and supportive place, and it is great that excellent improvements in teaching are leading to higher pupil achievement. Well done everyone.”
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6/05/2015

A brand new free school 'Harris Professional Skills Sixth Form'

The Harris Federation is delighted that our application to open a brand new free school sixth form in Croydon has been given the go-ahead by the government. Harris Professional Skills Sixth Form will be housed on the site of the vacant South Norwood police station, and will offer 230 places, giving priority to local students. We will fully refurbish the site to provide a well-equipped learning environment.  We hope this will be complete by September 2018, with the school opening on a temporary site elsewhere in September 2017. The sixth form will address local need for vocational provision. Pathways will include the opportunity for students to gain the Technical Baccalaureate, which develops technical, hands-on skills as well as transferable soft skills and requires the student to continue with a Maths level 3 qualification. Students will also have the opportunity to sit GCSE retakes, with a suite of traditional GCSEs on offer. We will provide education with drive and ambition for: Students who wish to stay on in a smaller sixth form environment and have choice and diversity in the provision they opt to follow; Students who are new to the country and have not yet had the opportunity to obtain GCSE grades that allow them to progress to the next phase of education; Students who are vulnerable or require more pastoral care and progress management than an FE College can provide. In September 2013, we opened Harris Aspire, a free school offering alternative provision for 135 students from years 7-11. This was placed temporarily on its current site in Beckenham, but will be moving to the site of the South Norwood police station, along with the new sixth form. Sandra Miles, Principal of Harris Aspire, said: “We are thrilled to be offering Croydon a new and high quality sixth form that caters to its need for more vocational education. In light of the current developments in the town centre, giving students the opportunity to gain qualifications in sectors such as Business Retail and Construction will enable them to make a real difference to the local community. “Housing a conventional sixth form with an alternative provision school is an unusual arrangement, but it will allow both to benefit from a shared pool of specialist staff and facilities, and to run some joint classes. The site puts us right at the heart of the community, and we look forward to establishing the new school.” We also hope to work with Croydon Council to use the new building to meet their need for additional, high quality and aspirational alternative provision for secondary students from the borough. We will post further information about this as and when it becomes available. 
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