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16/07/19

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Today is opening night of the amazing HCACP production of Grease. 16th, 17th and 18th of July 2019. Tickets available via parent pay. https://t.co/22SWFWLiXG

14/07/19

we would love to have you visit sometime to encourage our students https://t.co/CsUidLhmLs

14/07/19

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England’s First Free Nursery is opening soon! Harris Nursery Hub Peckham with support from sponsors, Urban Exposure, will offer free full-time spaces. Across a newly developed site, facilities include a dedicated sensory room and an all-weather garden. Find out more today!

14/07/19

Retweeted From Harris Greenwich

Last week of term coming up. Please ensure your child has 100% attendance...we keep them learning to the last minute - no videos or other waste of time. School finishes at 2pm on Friday.

13/07/19

Retweeted From WORDfest 13.07.2019

WORDFest officially opened by Sir Dan Moynihan! https://t.co/f9whZRqD7I

11/07/19

Competitors ready? Spectators ready? https://t.co/UWdzrhh4yK

10/07/19

Retweeted From Greg Hurst

Teachers! has produced 6 lesson plans to help teachers encourage children aged 14-16 to think critically about the news they see, hear and read. You can download them free here: https://t.co/XolOcQCbCQ

05/07/19

Congratulations! https://t.co/RKHdTVqGqM

04/07/19

Congratulations to winners 'most creative' 'highly commended: Bromley High Streets turns into a sea of planters https://t.co/IXxsYd2xrb

04/07/19

Retweeted From HPA Philip Lane

It's TOMORROW!!! 4.30pm can't come quickly enough! See you there? 😀 https://t.co/X4cT4LX26V

02/07/19

Retweeted From WORDfest 13.07.2019

The countdown is on... will you be joining us? https://t.co/SwpBmJm3tZ

02/07/19

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02/07/19

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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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