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30/03/20

Retweeted From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

A reminder that the new battles begin today! The teachers can’t face another loss so we hope the children are prepared. Let the battles commence... https://t.co/bHxueags1R

30/03/20

Retweeted From HarrisPrimaryMerton

Monday’s learning is up and ready for the morning. Go to our home learning section at https://t.co/tUlsFQRtup

30/03/20

Retweeted From HPABeckenham

Work for the week ahead is now live on the website, please look under the student hub section. Teachers have been working hard and have done a fabulous job! We can’t wait to see what you do! Sending all of our Hpabe families lots of love from the Staff Team https://t.co/KPJnI9F7Bp

30/03/20

Retweeted From Harris Shortlands

Lots of amazing learning went on in week one of the school closures. Week 2 of home learning is now available on our website. Send in some pictures!

30/03/20

Retweeted From Harris Wimbledon

Our students are enjoying their weekly assembly. This week’s theme is independence and is led by Miss Pocock https://t.co/NFOlGhGYNT

30/03/20

Retweeted From Harris Bermondsey

Parents/Carers Survey. We're working hard to get the balance right between the work your daughters need and enjoyable enrchment activities too. Are we getting it right? Please complete a quick survey here https://t.co/daE2J8DAeP before 5pm today, if possible. Thank you so much.

28/03/20

Retweeted From HarrisTottenham

Good morning one and all. What do watch or do this weekend? Or any weekend in the next months? has the answer https://t.co/O0QfabAs3w

28/03/20

Retweeted From HarrisBoys'Academy

Download and complete our new and updated 'At Home Activity Passport', designed for any student in Years 7-11. 20 activities to complete, to win Harris Points! Download yours at https://t.co/rvUkES7ALn https://t.co/MpXKluw1q3

28/03/20

Retweeted From HarrisBoys'Academy

HBAED today donated 155 pairs of safety googles (normally used by our Science and DT department) to the NHS to help prevent their staff contracting COVID-19. Lewisham NHS put out a call to local schools who might have spare googles, and we are proud to help https://t.co/x2sfRPuHc0

28/03/20

Retweeted From Harris Peckham

Really useful advice for our students. Please take a read. https://t.co/FAaM8mFNgm

26/03/20

What a lovely message - thank you

25/03/20

Parents and carers with children on Free School Meals - please take note of the scam email being circulated asking you for your bank details. Please do not respond to it if you receive it. https://t.co/QgPR0UqpLA

24/03/20

Retweeted From Micon Metcalfe

School shutdown will level playing field, says academy chief | if we are careful with the planning, I think we can come out stronger in the sector (£) https://t.co/Gqjou1v1Ln

24/03/20

Retweeted From Derek Hills

What a fantastic example for all! There must be restaurants () and suppliers that can support with this to help reduce their own waste and possibly for ongoing revenue. https://t.co/U0oRCJJjlb

24/03/20

And also any restaurant suppliers with stock to shift. Thank you for the suggestion

24/03/20

Retweeted From Louise Martin

can you use your super powers (and contacts!) to support ? What an AMAZING idea!

24/03/20

Please get in touch if you are able to help. We want to get this off the ground as soon as poss, to help families who are hungry or in need.

24/03/20

PLEASE RETWEET: with 36,000 families at our schools in London and Essex, we want to supply food parcels for those in need (on top of free school meals which we’re already doing). We’ll fully fund this but URGENTLY need a supermarket chain to help.

24/03/20

Retweeted From Amy Gibbons

Sir Dan, CEO, also told me that keeping schools open only for vulnerable children and those of key workers could provide an opportunity for disadvantaged pupils to "catch up" on core subjects. https://t.co/w7StktD9yI - via

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Posted on: February 12th 2020

DfE Multi-Academy Trust League Tables 2019

The Department for Education (DfE) has published its annual league table comparing the Progress 8 and Ebacc scores of multi-academy trusts (MATs) with secondary academies.

2019 was another strong year for the Federation. Overall highlights are:

  • Progress 8 across our academies is +0.39.  This means our pupils achieved more than 3 grades higher across their GCSEs than they would have done on average at other schools.
  • With 20 Harris secondaries included in the league table, our 2019 Progress 8 is substantially higher than any MAT of our size.  We are the only MAT of our size to be within the league table’s top-25. We are also one of only two large MATs to be in the top-ten – the other is STAR, which has ten schools included.
  • 66% of pupils at Harris were entered for the Ebacc, compared to 40% nationally. 42% of our pupils achieved the qualification at Level 4 and 28% did so at Level 5. Both these scores are considerably higher than the national average (25% and 17% respectively), despite the fact that our schools operate predominantly in disadvantaged areas. 

Closing the disadvantage gap

Levelling the playing field for our disadvantaged pupils is a long-standing aim of the Harris Federation. The Progress 8 of our disadvantaged pupils was +0.19.  

We are one of only two large MATs where disadvantaged pupils made positive progress last year.  

31% of disadvantaged pupils at Harris achieved the Ebacc at Level 4; this is more than the percentage of disadvantaged pupils entered nationally for the qualification (28%), let alone those who achieved it (13%). 

Indeed, disadvantaged pupils at Harris are now outperforming non-disadvantaged pupils nationally, of whom 29% achieved the Ebacc.  

Individual Harris academies

As part of its research on individual schools, the DfE indicates where progress sits on a scale of ‘well above average’ to ‘well below average’.  Progress at all 20 Harris academies was average or better, with two-thirds of our schools ranked ‘above average’ or ‘well above average. 

For as long as the DfE has been producing the league tables in this format, there has never been a Harris academy where progress is less than average.

The DfE also ranks schools according to their Key Stage 4 performance within a group of 55 schools with similar intakes of pupils. All but one Harris academy is in the top half of its group both for Progress 8 and Attainment 8. 

Harris Girls’ Academy Bromley and Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich are top of their respective groups both for Progress 8 and Attainment 8. The third girls’ academy in the Federation – Harris Academy Bermondsey – also performed outstandingly and is ranked second in its group for Progress 8 and third for Attainment 8.

Congratulations also to Harris Academy St John’s Wood and Harris Academy Battersea, both top of their group for Attainment 8.

 

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