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23/05/20

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I wonder what put such big smiles on the faces of the staff and pupils at HJAC today...A huge thank you for this delicious delivery today from the Jeganathans! 😋🍕#hjac https://t.co/lxeFvcZy42

22/05/20

Two beautiful letters from a parent and a pupil ✨ https://t.co/I16AE3wIBV

22/05/20

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Just 3 months ago I took the photo below. Life was normal, I was revising for my and attending , not knowing just weeks later I would be supporting the at and , fighting a pandemic no one saw coming. https://t.co/uTxqOqZ8lX

22/05/20

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Our May half term provision for vulnerable students and students of Key Workers is now on our website: https://t.co/KVldmVB3bJ

22/05/20

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The HCACP Academy Newsletter for May is available here https://t.co/x72w3QsMsV https://t.co/atmyHqUQIm

21/05/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

https://t.co/3RkkgMMYp9 Chess in Schools and Communities is offering all UK primary school children 3-month gold memberships of ChessKid free up until July 20, 2020. It is an online chess learning and playing zone designed for ages 5-11.

21/05/20

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Some amazing entries to our VE day bake-off competition https://t.co/1yeGrHVLfZ

21/05/20

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Calling all primary Chinese teachers. Harris Primary Academy Mayflower are looking for a Primary Mandarin HLTA ... https://t.co/5lk1xgfVi2

21/05/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

https://t.co/P5I9z4leeK The Museum of London have some interactive and fun games and activities for families to enjoy at home. A great resource!

21/05/20

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STORY TIME: A new story has been added to our website, Kind. Today Mrs Meaden is reading to you. https://t.co/5ArxiStAqQ https://t.co/2TmzTBty3u

21/05/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

https://t.co/AouBA5tT37 Pottermore have created the Harry Potter at Home sections with fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world.

21/05/20

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Year 3 have been working hard at home with some great History outcomes! https://t.co/17RH4mCbEP

21/05/20

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A volcano made by Rafiq for Geography. Some great work being sent in despite the difficult circumstances. Keep it up. https://t.co/Xlb1ViGez5

21/05/20

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A truly amazing homework from the legendary Mr Appleton. Incredible artwork. https://t.co/PWKnPCM1up

21/05/20

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Learn all about the African Savanna with this great piece of work from Phoebe Yr 8. https://t.co/gwjh0GFVm3

21/05/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

Who wants to help break a world record? WE DO!!! Let’s join the famous illustrator, Rob Biddulph, and draw live with him this Thursday to raise money and break a Guinness World Record! Visit here to sign up https://t.co/4KZCfc68uG and check out our video! https://t.co/YgLhZ6XdBu

21/05/20

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Midday Mindful Meditation with Ms Marshall-Fraser can be accessed today via the following link: https://t.co/cD50AlieUZ

21/05/20

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Please find our visual social story to support our return to school on June 1st under our wellbeing section. https://t.co/khLFDQlC1L

21/05/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

Today’s the day world record breakers!! 6 hours till we can take part in something fun and amazing. Don’t forget to sign up and share your amazing drawings with us 😊 https://t.co/Hyw9fyO9Xg

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Posted on: August 23rd 2013

GCSE Results: Further Analysis

GCSE Results:  Further Analysis

We are very proud of our GCSE results, which we announced yesterday morning:  you can see them here.   This is an analysis of the trends across the Federation.  When 2013 national trends become available, we will add to this analysis.

With 2,050 Year 11 students, 2013 was our largest cohort ever.  The data shows that our performance has continued to improve as we have grown. 

92% of students at Harris Academies achieved 5A* - C grades in any subject (the 2012 national average was 83%).

72% of students at Harris Academies achieved 5A* - Cs including English and maths.  This is 13 percentage points higher than the 2012 national average (the most recent available) of 59%.

We are particularly pleased that children on Free School Meals and Looked After Children at Harris Academies achieve equally high standards.  This year, 69% achieved at least 5A* - Cs including English and maths.   As well as outperforming the national average compared to other students on Free School Meals and Looked After Children, they are outperforming the national average for Year 11 students as a whole.

Without equivalents included, 60% of Harris students achieved at least 5 good GCSEs including English and maths.  This is up from 58% last summer and considerably higher than the national average (51% in 2012).    

18% of students achieved the English Baccalaureate, up from 8.8% in 2012.   

The data also shows that Harris students make significant progress over the course of their education: 

  • In Maths, 79% of students made the 3 levels of progress expected by the government (in 2012 the national average was 69%).  In English 76.4% of students made 3 levels of progress (national average was 68% in 2012)
  • Many students outpaced the progress expected by government.  43% of students made four levels of progress in Maths and 35% in English. 

Once again, many congratulations to our students.  We look forward to reporting on your achievements again in two years’ time when you finish Sixth Form.
 

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