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22/09/18

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22/09/18

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We are hosting a Macmillan Coffee morning on Friday 28th September, 9-11am. Please join us. https://t.co/LFN10wCfxo

22/09/18

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Parents, Guardians, and Carers! Get all the information you need to support someone applying to study at a uni or college in 2019 – download our new guide https://t.co/M7YeJsQojE https://t.co/03jpCWQSH9

22/09/18

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Interested in music lessons? Please see Mr Golding for the application letter. https://t.co/ARCLli5DhB

22/09/18

Retweeted From Harris South Norwood

We want all our families to help South Norwood improve ...Just came across this interesting project. https://t.co/bhqAhYx11C

22/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Purley

Year 13 crane making in our House Colours for https://t.co/Aa61cExd3T

22/09/18

Retweeted From HarrisBeckenham

Welcome to our next Parent Forum Meeting on Tuesday 25th September at 6.30pm. Our forum is open to all parents and carers who would like to contribute positively to the life of our Academy. We look forward to welcoming all existing and new members.

21/09/18

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Students will explore the 'cures' for procrastination and how to manage this into the school days. https://t.co/3PUcvkiafA

21/09/18

Retweeted From HGABR Sixth Form

6Form are covering what it is to procrastinate and how to overcome it. Putting things off to the last minute, almost always reduces your ability to perform at your best. https://t.co/W7p7NDaf19

21/09/18

Great news! Congratulations https://t.co/oilEBQifg9

21/09/18

Retweeted From Karl Hoods

I don’t know if is a thing but I’ll have a go! I’m raising money for by doing the marathon at if you’d like to donate you can do at this link https://t.co/w83vhLzrhW

21/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Bromley

Students continue to explore what it is to create an effective revision card during tutor time. Link these to the assessment windows for your year group, to best plan your time! https://t.co/sKwRGq3sv8

20/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Fed Languages

Looking forward to launching our competition across our schools ahead of the 26th Sept. All ages, all stages, all available 37 languages! https://t.co/hHpzpRL4fW

20/09/18

Retweeted From Harris South Norwood

At our Open Evening Year 6 students saw our pupils showing off the chef skills with Mr Jones https://t.co/jeDY1AI0DH

20/09/18

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celebrating With a special thank you breakfast for our amazing teaching assistants who go the extra mile every day for our pupils. https://t.co/B4evoVzNEY

19/09/18

Retweeted From Reece Parkinson

What an amazing school!! Was so fun this morning 🙌🏾❤️ https://t.co/VmnpDrfw43

19/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

What an exciting, motivational and inspirational morning! Thank you for visiting us https://t.co/6LmlKWZ5ey

19/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

We're off! Years 9,10,11 enjoying the start to the tour. and having a great time! https://t.co/eeGtsy38Db

18/09/18

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

We look forward to warmly welcoming Year 5 and Year 6 Parents and Carers to our upcoming open evening and open mornings https://t.co/VHhQPQPpzn

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3/09/2014

New research shows success of poorer pupils at Harris academies

A new report by The Sutton Trust has shown that the Harris Federation’s secondary academies outperform other academies and state-funded schools in raising standards for the poorest pupils.  The research, by Professor Merryn Hutchings, Professor Becky Francis and Dr Robert de Vries, looks at the educational outcomes achieved in 2011 and 2013 by disadvantaged pupils.  These are defined as those who have ever been eligible for Free School Meals between Year 6 and Year 11 and looked after children. The researchers considered a broad range of educational outcomes and found that: Compared with other academies groups, Harris has the highest proportion of disadvantaged students achieving at least five A* - C passes including English and maths.  Within this, the researchers also concluded that Harris is among the most effective academies groups for pupils who are not disadvantaged. At 7.3%, Harris has a lower attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers than any other academies group.  The gap is also significantly smaller than the average for academies (18.8%) and for all mainstream schools (25.7%). Harris uses considerably fewer ‘equivalent qualifications’ than the average for academies and the average for all mainstream schools.  Because of this, the researchers name Harris as among the most successful chains ‘when we consider the points achieved from GCSEs alone’. A higher proportion of disadvantaged pupils at Harris are making the expected progress in English and maths than in any other academies group. A significantly higher proportion of disadvantaged pupils at Harris academies achieved the Ebacc in 2013 than the average for all mainstream schools. Whereas in all mainstream schools just 7% of children who did not reach the nationally expected standard (Level 4) at age 11 go on to get five good GCSE passes including English and Maths, Harris academies achieved more than double this in 2013 and have scored consistently highly over on this measure over the past three years. The research also highlights that Harris academies are among the most successful at teaching pupils with average and high prior attainment. Click here to read the report in The Times about the research. To read the report in full, please visit the Sutton Trust website where it can be downloaded.  
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