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Retweetd From Sutton Council

's world-leading building in Belmont has won not one, but two prestigious awards! 🏆 The super low-energy secondary school was named Civic Building of the Year + Sustainability Category Winner by . Read more:


An outstanding 8 - 0 win for our Year 9 boys football team, away to Harris South Norwood yesterday afternoon. On to the next round of the Harris Cup. Well done boys!


Incredible news from Zoe R in 9A4. She won her first U14 HSBC Cyclocross National Trophy race in Sunderland on Saturday. Congratulations Zoe! What an amazing achievement. 🥇 Zoe is now 2nd overall and has a chance to go top if she wins the remaining races. Good luck Zoe!🏆


The Time Out Youth Project is running a three day Christmas Holiday Camp at HASU in the first week of the holidays. Booking here:


Winners! 🥇Congratulations to Allegra G, Jake R and Harry M who represented HASU at the Borough Public Speaking event on Climate Change at Carshalton Boys. They won the prize for best team. Allegra in Year 7 also won the Best Speech award. What a fantastic achievement! 🧬🏆


Winners! 🥇❤️🧬 We’re so proud of our amazing team of students.


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Wow. What an inspirational afternoon listening to young students in our borough speak about climate action in our schools public speaking competition. The standard was SO high! Thanks and well done to


A group of Year 7 students joined Mr Fisher to represent Harris Academy Sutton at a Remembrance Parade in Belmont this morning.


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"Judges felt that the internal spaces feel generous, bright and airy, and the exposed timber wall and ceiling surfaces of the CLT construction, together with the choice of internal finishes, create an internal environment which has been very well received by pupils and staff."


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It's been a big week for , being named both Sustainability winner and Civic Building of the Year at as well as featuring in the 's exemplar library (link in thread).


We’re really looking forward to seeing Year 9 parents and carers at our Key Stage 4 Options Launch event tomorrow night.


Retweetd From SPACES Collaboration in Public Sector Construction

Congratulations to the Sustainability Category Winner. Nominated by .uk and , Client .


Retweetd From SPACES Collaboration in Public Sector Construction

Congratulations to the Winner of this year’s Civic Building of the Year. Nominated by .uk and , Client .


Year 10 investigating osmosis in Biology


Poppies, wristbands and poppy stationery will be sold in tutor times throughout next week to raise money for the Royal British Legion. Suggested donation £1.


Year 10 had a visit from our local MPs in today’s UK Parliament Week assembly


Some photos from today’s board games enrichment club


A Harris Sutton parent is running Festive Cooking Classes in the Food Tech room at HASU. The course runs for 6 weeks from Sat 6th November to Sat 11th Dec 2021. Details here:


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The Bedrock Stars Prize Draw is back with 52 amazing prizes to be won!🏆 , earn 140+ points by December 19th to be eligible. , enter your school by simply retweeting this post on your school's account. Full T&Cs:


We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school tomorrow! As usual, gates open from 8am, breakfast will be available, and all students must arrive by 8.25am. It’s Week 1 on the timetable.

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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Inclusion and Equality

Our Academy is committed to a fully inclusive and accessible education for all our students, regardless of ethnic background, sexual orientation, colour, belief system, educational need or disability. Full details of our policies and procedures can be found under Key Information and also at the foot of this page.


How do we do this in practice?

We encourage students to look for the similarities between one another

At Harris Sutton we work hard with our children from the outset and encourage them to identify the similarities between one another. For young people this can be a challenge: it requires our students to take an interest in one another, be inquisitive, and take a social “risk” in terms of reaching out and making new friends.  This concept is at the heart of our messages about being a kind and welcoming young person.

We ask our students to celebrate the differences in the student community

From Languages Week to a highly developed Personal Development Curriculum, our Academy celebrates the many different cultures, languages and religions we have here at Harris Sutton.  Quiet meditation rooms are available for students who wish to undertake a period of prayer or meditation. Our Religious Studies curriculum covers all major belief systems with in the first academic year. An innovative History curriculum takes a global stance when looking at all aspects of History, including a look at comparing Africa with Western Europe during the medieval era.

Access for all

We are privileged to be housed in one of the most state-of-the-art buildings in the country. Our wide corridors, lifts and large shared spaces mean students that require some mobility support will feel a true member of our community.

Freedom of expression

We offer a range of clubs, societies and support networks that offer our students the comfort and companionship of a welcome face and a conversation with like-minded friends or allies. Where these do not exist, we would like to feel that the right phrase is they do not exist YET! Several of our groups such as the Stonewall Society and our Diversity Champions have come into existence through our students and staff working together to meet the needs of our students. Together we believe anything is a possibility.