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30/06/22

We had a brilliant day at Harris Federation Athletics on Monday, winning nine gold, three silver and six bronze medals. More information to follow in our newsletter! https://t.co/CHjrDM2w0W

30/06/22

The hard work and commitment pays off! Despite only playing 2 competitive fixtures, our Y10 Boys basketball team won the Harris Federation Basketball Tournament yesterday seeing off 12 other schools. Those early morning training sessions proved pivotal. https://t.co/cm4MJlsYZ3

26/06/22

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First group to arrive at the finish line 🏁👏🏼 https://t.co/PNi5sXBpgS

25/06/22

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All groups have now arrived at the campsite..tents being set up and pupils making themselves at home https://t.co/b7hkYRvt17

23/06/22

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Incredibly pleasing to win a RIBA National Award for . Thanks to great client leadership from and a brilliant, collaborative delivery team. https://t.co/zqHrvgFPAN

22/06/22

Well done to all of our students who took part in Borough Athletics today! ☀️ https://t.co/P5JPUBDygS

17/06/22

Year 10 students enjoying their walking tour, starting at the Kindertransport memorial in Hope Square - thanks to https://t.co/FiliX2w0uG

14/06/22

The Year 8 cricket team have been on fire in the sun. Two wins in two days against tough opposition in Charterhouse and Carshalton Boys. Both games ended in dramatic fashion, coming down to the last ball. https://t.co/nERxEvyJ1D

13/06/22

Please nominate HASU so we can be in for a chance to win £1,000 of book tokens to help expand our library! https://t.co/qsKCb9vS6o https://t.co/gqyeOezKkv

07/06/22

Three of our Young Carers were invited to the Mayor's Reception at Sutton Civic Offices yesterday as part of National Carers Week 2022. They were able to talk about their experiences with the Mayor and councillors to help raise awareness. https://t.co/dESMZI2jUu

06/06/22

Our Sports Hall is all ready to go for this week’s Year 10 assessments. https://t.co/elOcOwkjSi

05/06/22

We look forward to welcoming our students back to school tomorrow. We have loads of exciting things coming up in the next seven weeks including IID Week, Work Experience, Sports Day, and the performances of our first ever school musical: Matilda. https://t.co/rxCISAYKKH

02/06/22

A fantastic set of summer holiday workshops in Central London run by . These workshops might appeal to our students with an interest in science, maths, engineering and computer science. https://t.co/XxCLOYdKdw

28/05/22

The HASU newsletter for Summer 1 was published on our website yesterday. https://t.co/BZXFtiisec https://t.co/dPe9omDNVO

26/05/22

This half term Year 7 have been studying interdependence in Biology. Students have had the opportunity to go to the park to investigate the distribution of daisies. https://t.co/rVH8ZNGimZ

25/05/22

A HASU parent has asked us to share information about a local girls’ football team’s trials ⚽️. Details below. https://t.co/2F2Mkv702b

25/05/22

Retweetd From Steve Duffy

Year 9 students hugely excited to see this afternoon’s performance of ! (Staff very excited too!) https://t.co/NPe4gqXtBi

23/05/22

A HASU parent is running a May Holiday Club with Jubilee-themed art and cooking at Harris Academy Sutton on Tuesday 31st May 9am - 4pm. Information and booking here: https://t.co/4IWwk6qL8W https://t.co/eAubCgxdvU

22/05/22

Well done to the team of HASU staff who completed the Marsden March today, raising money for a worthy cause. https://t.co/rW5wAm5tPV https://t.co/IXli7ZAgZ3

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Our House System

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A House system which enriches the lives of our students, creating a sense of community, inclusivity and competition. 

At Harris Academy Sutton, we understand that our students' school experience goes beyond the classroom and memories are made through experience, events and healthy competition. This is why our House System sits at the centre of our community and students belong to Houses within their tutor groups.  

Our House System is underpinned by our three core values

Innovation 

We know our students love the wide variety of subjects offered at Sutton Harris. Our House System takes that one step further by offering exciting House Subject weeks. This gives our students the opportunity to explore their subjects even further, creating innovative thinkers, learners and explorers within our cohorts.  

Integrity 

Our House System offers students the opportunity to be House Representatives. These Students are the pillars of our community reflecting their hardworking and responsible nature. They help promote and lead our events as well become role models to our younger students.  

Discovery 

Our House system is driven by offering students a sense of competition and encourages students to step out of their comfort zone. Our House Competition Calendar is full to the brim of exciting opportunities all of which are designed to encourage students to discover just what they are capable of!  

 

Each student and staff member at Harris Academy Sutton belongs to a House. Tutor groups are named after their Houses within each year group, for example in Year 7:

7H1– Hawking House

7H2 – Hawking House

7A3 – Al Khalili House

7A4 - Al Khalili House

7S5 – Seager House

7S6 – Seager House

7U7 – Urey House

7U8 – Urey House

 

Celebrating our science specialism, fantastic science facilities and close links with the London Cancer Hub, our Houses are named after leading scientists who have pushed forwards the boundaries within their fields:

Hawking House – Named after Stephen Hawking, an English theoretical physicist whose theory of exploding black holes drew upon both relativity theory and quantum mechanics.

Al-Khalili House – Named after Jim Al-Khalili a theoretical physicist, author and broadcaster. He is professor of theoretical physics and chair in the public engagement in science at the University of Surrey.

Seager House – Named after Professor Sara Seagar, an astrophysicist and planetary scientist. Seager is a pioneer in the vast world of exoplanets, she's on a quest for the holy grail: another Earth.

Urey House – Named after chemist and physicist Harold Urey. In 1934 he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Urey is credited for many contributions in several fields of science during his long and diverse career. 

 

Throughout the academic year students are given many opportunities to represent their House and become involved in different House events. Our House calendar is full of exciting events which encourage healthy competition as well as offering students the chance to explore subjects beyond the classroom.

 

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House Captains

Hc circle badge 22xEach House will elect House Captains, whose role it is to drive forward, promote and encourage their peers to engage with and excel in House competitions.

 

 

 

 

 


Heads of House

The Heads of House are:

  • Hawking: Tom Bowskill
  • Al-Khalili: Sophie Paice
  • Seager: Ed Brain
  • Urey: Rachel McEneaney