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15/02/20

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14/02/20

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Oranges are not the only fruit ... | a quite remarkable art exhibition on the Tottenham site from the Year 10-12 students https://t.co/NRqFNy5uWJ

13/02/20

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When it comes to getting more black women and girls involved, I can only think of one name- Genevieve Bent. She is the award-winning creator of 'Young, Gifted & STEM' and is the Head of Science at . So proud! https://t.co/PZa4E6gkLB https://t.co/slNyBg0wrk

13/02/20

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Few hours before our annual trip to Pompeii. Ready and packed, 42 students from and filled with excitement. See you everyone at 03:00am at HACH. https://t.co/ulaVRj5axi

12/02/20

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Had a chat about school governance this morning and realised I’m in my 15th year of being a governor! Time flies but it’s such a rewarding experience if you can find the time to be involved in your local school(s).

10/02/20

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Meet Dora! She's a Chemical Engineering graduate and she's training to teach maths at You can read her blog posts here: https://t.co/BrPsUaB3Nc https://t.co/pqikwQ37Ci

07/02/20

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Delighted to be accepting the award for independent/state partnership with - fitting testament to the wonderful alliance between and . https://t.co/Bb2XwQif3J

07/02/20

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We’ve had impressive interest in our funded teacher training prog for 2020. We also want to hear from those who want to find out about a career in . https://t.co/KlU5BmSnX3 https://t.co/G2MuIqAMEA

07/02/20

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Filming with some very curious little ones at ⁦⁩ new nursery today - London’s only completely free nursery. They say it’s desperately needed in the capital - and the kids certainly seemed to be enjoying themselves! ⁦https://t.co/tcjWeLWRlb

07/02/20

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Check out our FREE Geography subject knowledge twilights for teachers! Book your place now at https://t.co/BXiNVYA0SA 23/03/20- The Urban Regeneration of the London Docklands 18/05/20- Rivers and Coasts through GIS https://t.co/zpHqd0JpEi

07/02/20

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On 6 February 2020 our charity celebrated the official opening of our first fully funded nursery in London, in partnership with the . To find out more about our nursery visit: https://t.co/ZA8A3CXMd2 https://t.co/bAdWWs0qjr

07/02/20

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Inspiration for my daughter who chose the STEM pathway on the wonderful Platform+ and she is loving the challenge! Classes on again tomorrow at 9.30. A wonderful opportunity in partnership with https://t.co/gP8zRKgaGU

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Posted on: August 26th 2016

GCSEs 2016: Closing the gap

Closing the gap between students from disadvantaged backgrounds and other students has been a core mission of the Harris Federation.

Our success to date has been noted in successive Sutton Trust research reports
Hbp75Our provisional Progress 8 calculations indicate that Harris academies have been successful in progressing this in 2016. Indications are that the average Progress 8 score for all students across the Harris Federation in 2016 is +0.63. For disadvantaged students, it is +0.55.
 
In 2015, average Progress 8 for disadvantaged students in England was -0.40, compared to +0.12 for other students.
 
So, whereas in England the progress made by disadvantaged students at school is below average at Harris it is higher than average. And the data also shows that we are continuing to close the gap between disadvantaged students and everybody else.

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