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We are looking for an inspirational qualified to join our outstanding . This is a fantastic opportunity to join an "outstanding" academy and a team who can provide close support and mentoring. https://t.co/M9nKBXn3e2 https://t.co/GKLj5CBJP3

08/04/20

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Well done- read everyday! https://t.co/TwFHgjjFtx

08/04/20

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We have seen some schools on Twitter are having issues with accessing vouchers via Edenred. We are working tirelessly with Edenred to ensure vulnerable families are supported quickly. We please ask for patience while we expand the system. https://t.co/hI0gEfYo9T

08/04/20

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Prospective HWSF students with conditional offers worried about how the new system for awarding grades will affect them: please don't worry (about this) - if you get the grades you'll have your place, if you miss due to the system come to speak to us in August.

08/04/20

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Great creativity https://t.co/eHRPmX86Mf

08/04/20

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Enjoying the lovely weather with a spot of gardening! https://t.co/huIK3POsWg

08/04/20

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Opportunities to learn from one of the best! Maths Teacher, PhD student and Financial Times columnist Bobby Seagull - this Friday https://t.co/QRUYHqUm3s

08/04/20

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that our science department’s protective eyewear has been donated to for use by our brave and exceptional NHS workers.

08/04/20

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Mrs Norris busy with her cycling school this morning at HJAC! https://t.co/iGkoGXGhgw

08/04/20

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HATO tales are here for story time! Hit the link to see Ms Greet & Mrs Marshall read their favourite stories!📖https://t.co/Y8qQxQIIeF We would love to hear if you have enjoyed our stories & what you would like to hear next!

08/04/20

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Lots of our boys love graphic novels and superheroes. If you feel like brushing up on your superhero drawing skills check out this range of characters https://t.co/ZT46Frr5JY or you might want to try cute Superman! https://t.co/yKHSmiZsyX

08/04/20

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Our catering partners have launched a YouTube channel packed with cook-along videos to help children make tasty, healthy snacks. Latest one... Marmite Twists. Have a go! New recipes every week. https://t.co/vnnmSv2cVI

07/04/20

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'Super Pink Moon' rises tonight! Teach your kids about the biggest full moon of 2020 https://t.co/XLZstdlOVY

07/04/20

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It's easy to get caught up in all the updates. But not everything you read online about Covid-19 is necessarily true - take this quiz from to separate the facts from fakes around the coronavirus 💯👇 https://t.co/Mo4R8b2Ai2 https://t.co/nFyFOMC9Et

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Posted on: October 18th 2019

Harris Federation - Progress 8 2019

2019 was another successful year for the Harris Federation as recently released school league tables show that we remain the top-performing large Multi-Academy Trust  (10+ schools) for Progress 8.

Progress 8 is the measure of the progress a child makes between the end of primary school and the end of secondary school.

22 Harris secondary academies were included in these results and our combined score was a phenomenal +0.41. Nine Harris academies are in the top 10% of all schools nationally for pupil progress.

Highlights include:

This year, 40% of our GCSE cohort came from disadvantaged backgrounds and they achieved phenomenally with a collective Progress 8 score of +0.23. By contrast, in 2018, the national score for disadvantaged pupils was -0.44. This means that, on average, disadvantaged students at Harris achieve one grade higher in six of their best eight subjects – in effect, getting 6 GCSE grades more than they would at a statistically ‘average’ school.

Overall, 35% of Harris students achieved the Ebacc, compared to just 24% of students nationally (2018), demonstrating the high quality, demanding curriculums in place in our academies.

 

 

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