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19/02/20

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We are looking for an experienced Early Years Teacher to join Harris Nursery Hub Peckham. We are interested to hear from qualified looking to join our new and exciting Nursery Hub. https://t.co/ttJVEyIioJ https://t.co/S2oqym1me4

19/02/20

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Harris Girls' Academy Bromley is looking to appoint an inspirational, dynamic and enthusiastic qualified Teacher to join as Director of Performing and Physical Arts. https://t.co/474RgruzWJ https://t.co/eBDhSTjTP1

19/02/20

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Primary teachers developing their pottery techniques as part of our Curriculum Conference today. Push your weld into the slab in one direction and then the next to create a really strong join! https://t.co/rIttB8JDCQ

19/02/20

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Harris Academy Riverside are looking for a Vice Principal to join its growing . We are looking for an experienced senior leader who shares our academy ethos and vision. https://t.co/Qlm90lZoN2 https://t.co/JxiVHnh18k

19/02/20

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⛷Ski Trip 2020⛷ Day 4 and the conditions are still perfect! https://t.co/crU4hYXsoP

18/02/20

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My letter in today’s Times: navigating the application system is the easy part of getting into top universities - it’s on developing scholarship that resources should be spent: https://t.co/IUzAc8mFST

15/02/20

Thanks and to you too 😊 https://t.co/nuTFAoYr77

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

Retweeted From Karl Hoods

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

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Posted on: January 24th 2019

National performance tables 2018: Harris Federation the top performing large multi-academy trust

The Department for Education has released the latest national performance tables. These show how individual schools and multi-academy trusts performed in 2018.

What do the results tell us?

  • The Harris Federation is the top performing large MAT for Progress 8

    With an overall Progress 8 score of +0.49, the Harris Federation is the top performing large multi-academy trust (MAT) and is ranked fourth overall.
    The next highest performing large MAT had a Progress 8 score of +0.29.   

  • The Harris Federation is the top performing large MAT for EBacc

    24% of our pupils achieved the Ebacc at grade 5 or above. The equivalent at the next highest performing large MAT was 19%.

  • The Harris Federation is the top performing large MAT for disadvantaged pupils

    The Progress 8 score for disadvantaged pupils at Harris was +0.33, as compared to a negative score nationally for disadvantaged pupils of -0.44.
    We are the only large MAT where disadvantaged pupils are making positive progress. The equivalent at the next highest performing large MAT was -0.02.

Congratulations are due to Harris Academy Battersea  and Harris Girls' Academy Bromley, both of which were the top performing non-selective schools in their boroughs with fantastic Progress 8 scores of +1.26 and +0.7 respectively.  Harris Academy Battersea’s Progress 8 was the 14th highest of all 6,000+ secondary schools in England.

Harris Garrard Academy Bexley  came second of all non-selective schools in its borough, with a Progress 8 score of +0.37. Two years ago as the Business Academy Bexley, it had a negative score of -0.55.

Three of our academies are in the top five of all 36 secondary schools in Southwark for Progress 8. These are
Harris Academy Bermondsey, Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich and Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich.   With a Progress 8 score of +0.15, congratulations are also due to Harris Academy Peckham.   

Harris Academy Morden and Harris Academy Merton were also among the top five of all schools in the London Borough of Merton, with Progress 8 scores of +0.69 and +0.47 respectively.     

Schools have also been ranked against a group of 55 schools with similar pupil characteristics.  Nine Harris academies are ranked within the top-five schools in their group and fifteen within the top-ten.  Harris Academy Battersea and Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich are both ranked first within their group of 55.

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