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Clearing is coming next month! Here are five things you need to know, including info on: 🙋 who Clearing is for 🗞️vacancies 📚 courses ❓ after Clearing https://t.co/R8SmIE9omE

13/06/19

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13/06/19

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12/06/19

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Struggling to add your qualifications? This 30 second video will show you how! 🐱 https://t.co/rbUo52x6wL

12/06/19

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12/06/19

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12/06/19

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If you've used all five choices on your application, and you're not holding any offers, you could still find a place using Extra – it's free! https://t.co/WY2BGNqmse

12/06/19

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09/06/19

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Unis and colleges will make their decisions at different times, meaning you might hear back before your friends do, or vice versa. Find all of the deadlines here 👉 https://t.co/DtMdVnTMFk

09/06/19

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Looking for inspiration to write your ? It can be hard to know what to write about yourself, but we’ve got plenty of help and advice in this video. Be loud and proud about your achievements! 👍📽️ https://t.co/1I1HwGarLx

08/06/19

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Such an amazing day at the Sports Day. 2 gold, 3 silver and 2nd place trophy for Y4 boys overall....so proud https://t.co/Tx8CRqHyEb

08/06/19

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HCACP students prove to be hero when stepping onto the Great Wall of China! https://t.co/KhKbd3q8l9

07/06/19

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Do younger generations understand what war was like? https://t.co/4HnPxKLOMg

07/06/19

So proud of the students from who spoke to last night - showing they not only understand the horrors of war but also the brave sacrifices made by a generation of young men and women 75 years ago https://t.co/jKjdgbPwpx

06/06/19

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05/06/19

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8/10/2014

Harris Primary Academy Coleraine Park Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ in every category

Harris Primary Academy Coleraine Park has been judged to be an ‘Outstanding’ school by Ofsted. The Academy, which is in Haringey, opened in September 2012 at the same time as the nearby Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane.  Both academies replaced schools in special measures and Philip Lane was earlier this year judged by Ofsted to be ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ features. Inspectors visited Coleraine Park in the beginning of July and found it to be 'Outstanding' overall and in each of the four individual categories looked at by Ofsted: achievement, teaching, behaviour, and leadership and management. In their report, inspectors say: ‘Pupils are proud of their Academy…they are polite, eager to learn and very friendly.’ ‘Pupils are taught extremely well in an atmosphere where all are valued…across the academy, teachers make  learning fun.’ ‘From very low starting points, pupils make rapid progress.’ Pupils ‘know what it is to try hard, persevere and show resilience.’  ‘Disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs…attain well and make good or better progress.’ ‘Teachers are expert at planning challenging and interesting activities.’ ‘Leadership and management at all levels, including governance, are outstanding.’ ‘The Harris Federation has provided highly effective strategic and financial support for the Academy.’ Joanne Taylor, the Principal of the Academy, was called ‘an inspirational leader’ by Ofsted.  She said: “I am delighted that the relentless hard work and  uncompromising drive of the staff team have been recognised.   “We have raised the bar for our Academy community and we are committed to the ongoing challenge of maintaining this level of excellence to fulfil our motto and achieve ‘exceedingly, abundantly, above all we can think or imagine’”.  Sir Dan Moynihan, Chief Executive of the Harris Federation, said: “Many congratulations to Joanne and her team of staff who have vastly improved the education and care of pupils.    “I would also like to thank and pay tribute to the Governing Body of the Academy.  Under the Chairmanship of Susan Head, they are also the governors of Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane. They volunteered to step in at a very challenging time, when both predecessor schools were in Special Measures, and have been exceptional.”
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9/10/2013

Mayor of London launches Harris Westminster Sixth Form

The Harris Westminster Sixth Form was formally launched last night with a reception at the House of Lords, attended by the Mayor of London and 80 students from across the capital. The event was hosted by Lord Harris of Peckham and the students were addressed by the Mayor, who called it a ‘historic’ occasion. He spoke about the ethos that makes Westminster a successful school and described what London needs from this new Sixth Form.  He said:  “We need great schools , the best schools on earth that are going to enable our city to compete with the great growth economies of Asia and Europe…We need schools that are going to get children from London into the very, very  best universities and that is the ambition of this Sixth Form.” The Mayor stayed at the event to pose for photos with students – a selection of which have been put on this website. Students were also able to meet our Principal, Mr James Handscombe.  In his speech he told them: “I hope to see a lot of you starting as our first students next September because the most amazing thing about this project is you. Bright, interesting, talented young people getting together every day to study new ideas in lessons, to work on shared projects, whether that’s a dramatic production or completing a maths problem set and experiencing together all the tremendous opportunities that are going to come from our location here, at the centre of things.” We are extremely grateful to the Lord Speaker, Baroness D'Souza, for kindly allowing us to use the River Room at the House of Lords for the event. Thank you to all the students who came along.  There was a great atmosphere in the room and it was excellent to meet so many of you.
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