A massive thank you to for inviting some of our students to their Cobham training ground. Our students had an amazing time watching the 1st team train and getting to meet them after!#ChelseaFC


Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 as we host an engaging presentation that outlines the journey ahead. Meet our dedicated A-levels teacher, ask questions and explore the wide range of subject offered.We look forward to seeing you there.


We did it! A fantastic team effort from students and staff. Fingers crossed for the winning £500 book token 🤩


It was so wonderful to see lots of HASU students marching in brownies, scouts and the Airforce cadetsas they represented the Academy at the Belmont Parade on Remembrance Day.Here is a picture of our Y7 students who laid the wreath for HASU.#RemembranceDay


Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 during our Open Evening on 30th November.Meet our dedicated A-level teachers, ask questions, and explore the wide range of subjects offered.Please attend between 5pm and 7pm; information talks will be at 5.30pm and 6.15pm.


HASU in support of Children in Need raised £48.73 today. Thank you for all your support in such a worthy cause.💛#pudseybear


Books help us to understand & empathise with others. This pupils are embracing the theme 'make a noise about anti-bullying'. As well as wearing odd socks & ties, pupils can enter the week long poetry competition & attend a prevention of bullying drop in session.


We are celebrating our differences with Day to raise awareness and to kick-start at HASU.Together we can make a difference.


Mr Hamilton joined the regular Yu-Gi-Oh! group this lunchtime to share his own very impressive collection.


To celebrate Anti-Bulling Week and show that the HASU community stands up against bullying and discrimination we would like our students to wear odd socks and colourful tie on Monday 13th November.#AntiBullyingWeek


Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 during our Open Evening on 30th November.Meet our dedicated A-level teachers, ask questions, and explore the wide range of subjects offered.Please attend between 5pm and 7pm; information talks will be at 5.30pm and 6.15pm.


To celebrate Anti-Bulling Week and show that the HASU community stands up against bullying and discrimination we would like our students to wear odd socks and colourful tie on Monday 13th November.#AntiBullyingWeek


Thank you for joining us for week.The Year 11 and 12 students enjoyed hearing about the role of an MP and welcomed the opportunity to ask questions on a wide range of topics impacting themselves and the UK.We look forward to hosting you again.


FTC student ambassador Bianca giving a presentation to Team 451 and teams in the robotics workshop today. 💙🙏🇬🇧🤖


We’re delivering great computing education!We are proud to announce that we’ve achieved the Computing Quality Mark, from the National Centre for Computing Education, recognising the outstanding provision across our school. 🌟🌟🌟


Pupils were eager to cast their votes today in celebration of


Very busy afternoon in our library today. Our students are sharing their views on some Referendum Questions as part of celebrating UK Parliament Week.


Congratulations to all our Senior Maths Challenge participants. What a fantastic achievement! Well done Year 12!


A selection of books to support


Voting in action in the library this week ✍️✅❌#UKParlimentWeek

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    Student Leadership

    Student Leadership Icon

    At Harris Academy Sutton, we pride ourselves in giving our students opportunities to have a voice, make change and become leaders in the community.

    Student Leadership is a key pillar of Harris Academy Sutton’s culture. From the moment students start in Year 7 there are wide-ranging opportunities for them to lead and represent their peers in a variety of contexts. Some groups are elected while others appointed on merit. All of our student leadership opportunities provide a fantastic setting in which our students can develop their character, communication skills and leadership attributes.


    Prefect iconOur prefects are the highest level of our student leadership, helping the Academy in its day-to-day organisation and logistics, and acting as representatives of the school at events. Prefects are chosen in Year 9 through a rigorous application process, involving written applications and interviews with members of the Academy Leadership Group. They have been selected because of their embodiment of our school ethos and core values and are invaluable in supporting our Academy culture and safe environment. 

    The role of the prefect includes:

    • Participating in leadership training, aimed at improving communication and confidence, and equipping students with valuable skills for the future
    • Keeping their fellow students safe by manning duty points at lunch time to support staff
    • Leading tours, giving interviews, and representing the Academy during events such as Open Days, new staff inductions, governor visits, and any other key events that take place
    • Meeting with staff regularly to offer feedback on operations, Academy life and the wellbeing of students
    • Work with Heads of Houses, Heads of Year and other staff members to organise events within the Academy, such as charity events and subject weeks.
    • To promote and protect the rights of children within the Academy, and sit on the Rights Respecting Schools Award Steering Committee.

    Student Commission

    SC iconA vital part of our student leadership programme is our Student Commission. Our Student Commissioners are elected representatives of the student body. Each year, elections to the Commission are run, and tutor groups vote for their Student Commissioner, who then serves for a 12 month period.

    Our Student Commissioners meet at least one per half term. The purpose of their meetings is to:

    • Discuss decisions pertaining to academy life, for example the structure of the school and any new decisions
    • Give feedback on teaching and learning, operations and logistics, the Personal Development Curriculum and our behaviour and rewards systems.
    • Consult their peers to gain wider feedback on Academy matters and decisions.
    • Promote and protect the rights of children within the Academy, and sit on the Rights Respecting Schools Award Steering Committee.

    All discussions are then communicated by the commissioners to the Academy Leadership Group. 

    Student Concierge

    Student Concierge IconThe role of student concierge is aimed at encouraging those who do not normally have the confidence to put themselves forward to leadership roles to develop their communication and leaderships skills. They support the day to day running of the Academy by performing tasks and jobs to support Reception, Student Services, the SEND department and the Library.

    Students are invited to take part in Year 8, and are chosen based on attendance and behaviour, in consultation with their Head of Year. Their role as student concierge means they are able to build confidence, working with other adults in the Academy, develop a sense of self-value and task prioritisation.

    Stonewall Ambassadors (LGBTQ+)

    Hasu stonewall ambassadorsOur Stonewall Ambassadors are a group of students who come together to help make our already warm and welcoming environment at Harris Academy Sutton even more inclusive for LGBTQ+ students and makeup our Stone Society. They meet regularly to plan events for the whole school community to get involved with, notably our Pride Week which we hold in July each year. They meet each week to discuss various LGBTQ+ issues. These range from the development of LGBTQ+ rights in the UK, to looking at inspirational LGBTQ+ figures, to looking at issues faced by LGBTQ+ people in countries where they do not have the same legal rights as we do here.  The Stonewall Society have special Stonewall badges and rainbow lanyards that they wear with pride around the school. This means that any students who wants to discuss any LGBTQ+ issues know they have friendly faces they can turn to.

    House Captains

    Hc circle badge 22xOur House Captains represent not only their House but also the Academy as a whole, demonstrating their leadership, communication, teamwork and organisation skills.  This is realised by undertaking various tasks including:

    • Helping with whole school events
    • Leading teams and promoting team spirit during Sports Day and other competitions
    • Inspire others to become involved in the HASU community through the House system
    • Working alongside Heads of House to help organise events and get involved with house charity work

    More information about our vibrant House system can be found here.

    Diversity Ambassadors

    Equality diversity logo 02At HASU, we are dedicated to celebrating a huge range of diversity to enrich our students lives. Our aim is to create a fully inclusive and cohesive community where everyone’s individuality and characteristics are all shared, celebrated and appreciated for being unique and different. In practice, we do this by encouraging the similarities between one another, celebrate differences amongst the student communities such as Black History Month, Diwali, Christmas, Hannukah, Eid, Women’s Independence Day and much more.  Our Diversity Ambassadors play a big role in this, they:

    • Host assemblies with a main focus in mind
    • Create meaningful displays across the school 
    • Celebrate events and festivals all year round 
    • Help to design and deliver these events

    Prevention of Bullying Ambassadors

    Anti bullying amassadors logoOur Prevention of Bullying Ambassadors play an important role at HASU to deliver our belief that bullying is unacceptable in any form.  They have been trained through The Diana Award to have the skills to support others, act as an extra support network for their peers and promote the prevention of bullying through hosting assemblies, creating displaying and contributing to tutor time sessions to educate all of our community about the importance and recognition of kindness . All of our Prevention of Bullying Ambassadors are identifiable by their “Anti-bullying” badge awarded through The Diana Award. As part of their role they hold a half termly drop in for students to have an additional opportunity to reach out and get advice for themselves and their peers.

    The Diana Award Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme is run by the charity, The Diana Award. The Diana Award was founded as a legacy to Diana, Princess of Wales’s belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better. Its mission is to foster, develop and inspire positive change in the lives of young people.

    More information about the Academy's provision to promote student wellbeing can be found here.

    Sports Captains

    Sports captain logo without writingSports captains advocate for sport and physical activity, they take on numerous responsibilities around HASU. Each sports captain organises inter-house competitions and decides which student will represent their house in lunch time events. They also ensure all members of their tutor have an active, competitive role at HASU Sports Day.  There are major house points up for grabs for the winners of each competition. Sports captains assist the PE department maintain some of the amazing equipment that the students use as well as organise the PE sports cupboard.

    Student Librarians

    Student librarian logoOur Student Librarians take responsibility for the day-to-day management of our incredible Library. Librarians are on duty at break and lunchtime to assist Ms Lock in circulating books to library users. They also issue passes for the reading room, shelve returned books and curate displays to highlight and celebrate events within the school community and beyond. Librarians learn to work with others as part of a team, developing their confidence and responsibility as they grow within their roles. They are energetic, enthusiastic and full of ideas to continually improve and develop the library. They are at the forefront of decision making about the books we purchase and the collections we curate. They champion our literacy culture and look after our beautiful shared reading spaces.

    More information about their work and our Library can be found here.