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21/01/19

Retweeted From Alia Constantine

Such a great achievement - so pleased to have been able to support with these mock interviews. Wishing all the sixth formers the best of luck with their A-Levels & thanks for having us

21/01/19

Retweeted From Maths Hub LDN Thames

Join us at our Primary Open Lessons this Tuesday and Thursday! Reserve your places here: https://t.co/CcEmHEk1bn https://t.co/uCYw159ZpS

21/01/19

Retweeted From Maths Hub LDN Thames

Y3 pupils will be attempting this tomorrow! Will most write 7x8 or 6x8? Come to our open lesson on 24th January to find out how they did! https://t.co/nYy0zFyAiO

19/01/19

“You feel like an academic when you come to this school – I know that sounds a bit far-fetched, but it’s true.” Zahra, 18, who has an offer to study Medicine at is featured in today’s with Principal : https://t.co/vEfFmptjYJ https://t.co/tErnRhJmAb

18/01/19

Retweeted From HM Treasury

Congratulations to students on their success this year in their university applications. Here at HM Treasury we’re proud to have helped over 60 of their students through our mentoring and mock interview programme. https://t.co/BTd64atS0z

18/01/19

Retweeted From Harris Federation Chinese

Harris City Academy Crystal Palace is looking for aTeacher of Mandarin... https://t.co/kgQOq1uAbI

18/01/19

Retweeted From James Handscombe

The amazing results come from an amazing team of staff. If you're an Economics teacher and want to be part of this team please apply - we're looking for someone for September: https://t.co/EyL7ZeDaBk https://t.co/uVetrM7P9Y

18/01/19

Retweeted From Harris City Academy

Our proud Simmonds cup winners with their new silverware. https://t.co/jJB1hpbavk

18/01/19

Retweeted From James Handscombe

Following the article in yesterday’s times https://t.co/AB2kfRc2jq, I’m delighted to recognize the contributions to this success made by both of our partners: and . It’s a brilliant model of collaboration & the students, staff, & I are all glad to be part of it https://t.co/5IA76xUTaI

17/01/19

Retweeted From EquityinEd

The Times view on the success of the ⁦⁩ : Degrees of Excellence https://t.co/ldLZvI5xSQ

17/01/19

Retweeted From Harris Manchester

All of us send our congratulations to Harris Academy Westminster for their excellent OxBridge success! Pupils, teachers & parents/carers will have put in huge amounts of time, effort, & hard work into making this happen. https://t.co/roFZWd6hjP

17/01/19

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17/01/19

Retweeted From Magdalen College

Congratulations to on your fantastic success. It was great to meet so many of you last year as part of our outreach work with schools in our link regions. https://t.co/AtQ9dqIy9n

17/01/19

Retweeted From Rosemary Bennett

Fantastic Oxbridge results for and its "immersive" academic model. Would be great if it could be replicated in north east etc https://t.co/hfECJc08Qe

17/01/19

Retweeted From The Sutton Trust

5 things you need to know about social mobility in the UK today. Learn how we work to improve : https://t.co/ZfioXNcBRd https://t.co/VCj56DC34t

17/01/19

Congratulations to the whole team - 37 Oxbridge offers is a phenomenal achievement. And thank you to everyone for your invaluable drive and support over the past 5+ years. https://t.co/V1ksTEPdT8

16/01/19

Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

Its great to be back at for our twilight sessions for & https://t.co/jzjtZnZrHC

16/01/19

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Our Arts and have braved the January weather and are considering effective with the wonderful Kerry from https://t.co/ymlv3L0qBs

16/01/19

Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

Thank you to Oliver from for leading a thoughtful discussion on what it means to continue to be an and a teacher and continue to develop our knowledge.

15/01/19

Thank you for all your kind comments on this piece - but most importantly, thank you to our pupils, parents, staff and everyone else involved in bringing this thought-provoking story to life.

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30/09/2011

Harris Federation Sports Day 2011

Over 500 competitors took part in this year's Sports Day on 6th July, the biggest competition to date.  The competition was closely fought with all Academies vying to win the prestigious title of Winning Girls’ and Winning Boys’ team.  For a second year running, Crystal Palace proved that they are the team to beat, winning both the Boys’ and the Girls’ competitions.  In the case of the Girls’ competition, Crystal Palace won with only a margin of 4 points beating Harris Girls’ Academy, East Dulwich by 240 points to 236 points.  The Crystal Palace Boys’ steamed ahead and beat runners up, South Norwood 242 to 194.  The day also saw some outstanding individual performances.  An amazing 25 Federation records were broken, highlighting the athletic talent throughout our Federation.    Best Year 7 Athlete – The Bruce Noble Cup Morgan Milanovic, Harris Academy South Norwood Broke the Federation Record by 4m in the discus   Best Year 8 Athlete – The Peter Holmes Cup Lewis Powell, Harris Academy South Norwood Broke the Federation Record by 8 seconds in the 800m   Best Year 9 Athlete – The Tony Bull Cup Hangela Shin, Harris Academy Bermondsey Broke the Federation Record by 6 seconds in the 800m   Best Year 10 Athlete – The Keith Morley Cup Alesha Dulcie, Harris Academy Purley Broke the Federation Record by 7m in the Javelin competition   Outstanding Harris Athlete Jason Kyreme – Harris Academy South Norwood Broke the previous Federation record for 800m by 20 seconds  
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2/09/2011

Secretary of State praises Harris Federation

In his speech on 1st September, Secretary of State Michael Gove said of Harris   "Look at the academy schools set up by one of the most admirable men I know – Phil Harris – Lord Harris of Peckham. His academy in Peckham gets half its students to secure five good passes at GCSE including English and Maths.   When the school was run by the local authority only five per cent of children got those passes.   Every single one of the schools he takes over gets at least an additional twenty per cent or more young people to pass five good GCSEs compared to the record when the local authority ran it. Some get 40 per cent more. His schools in Merton and South Norwood get 50 per cent more. And some of these schools have only been in his control for a couple of years.   Phil is able to support state education so generously because of his success in business.   His firm Carpetright has brought jobs and opportunities, as well as high quality low cost flooring solutions, to thousands.   But many of you may also remember that Phil – and those who work for him – were, like many of us, victims of August’s outbreak of social disorder.      His flagship building in Tottenham was torched in an act of nihilistic destruction.   And it became, for a period, a symbol of London’s loss this summer. I found that tragic.   Because the buildings which tell the real story of what London’s young people are like, and are capable of, are the academies Phil runs which turn out hundreds of brilliant, talented, wholly admirable young men and women every summer.   And we have to make sure that the future for our young people is shaped by the values which make the Harris Academies such a success, not the values which ran riot on our streets this summer."   The full speech can be found at The Secretary of State singled Harris federation out for special praise today in his speech about the recent riots and unrest.   The full text of his speech can be found at : http://www.education.gov.uk/a00197684/michael-gove-to-the-durand-academy  
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