Look at this view! 🤩Looks as our HASU students are very lucky with the weather conditions in Austria and are enjoying their winter trip.#HASUtrip


Our Spring Newsletter has been published. You can view it @ forward to seeing you all back on Monday.


Harris Federation elevates STEM session.


Our canteen is ready with a lovely selection of Chinese delicacies in celebration of the Year of the Dragon.#ChineseNewYear2024


Working towards developing future leaders!HASU official meeting went well yesterday proving the power of collaboration. Lots of interesting discussion, questions and insights between HASU6 SLT and Leadership Ambassadors from Year 7-11.Well done everyone!


Congratulations to Danche and Cian who participated in the Oxford University Computing Challenge.Cian from Y9 achieved Merit award (top 5% ) in the country and Danche from Y8 got a Distinction and qualified for the finals.🌟👏Well done boys and good luck in the finals Danche!


HASU students are celebrating Chinese New Year today making lanterns, dragons and competing with their chopsticks skills. Thank you to our Equality and Diversity ambassadors for hosting such a well organised event.


Let's talk about Children's Mental Health.Supportive conversation can make all the difference.#MentalHealthAwareness


Thank you to for visiting HASU and speaking with the A-Level Politics and Sociology students as the Croydon and Sutton member on the Greater London assembly. His visit provided insight into the role of GLA and his role in representing the area.


It's DEAR Time at HASU.So lovely to see our students reading.📚#dropeverythingandread


Known for her sweeping romances and wit, our February Author of the Month is Jane Austen. Our display also features a wonderful retelling of Pride & Prejudice by - a great way to introduce Austen to new readers 😍📚


HASU hosted this year's SpellingBee. Students from 20 academies managed some truly impressive spells! Unfortunately, we didn't get the top spot, but we are so proud of our team.Well done to all the participant and to who won this year!#spellingbee


has just engaged 2 reluctant Year 9 readers for 4 chapters. We each read a chapter, discussed words we didn't know and dug deeper into the themes. Thank you for writing a fantastically relatable book for teenage girls. 🤩


Our Author of the Month and Mystery Books display just before *everything* was borrowed!


During their library lesson our Year 7s pledged to read together, or was it race each other to the finish..?


You can apply for our HASU Scholarship Advanced Programme by following the link: scan QR code.The deadline for all applications is 22nd January. Don't miss it!#HASUAdvancedScholarshipProgramme


HASU6 is on Twitter now.Follow us to see what our Sixth Form students are up to.


Applications for HASU Scholarship Advanced Programme is now open. The aim of the programme is to offer enriching opportunities for pupils in Year 10. The deadline for applications is 22nd January.Don't miss it!


HASU6 Robotics Society Hello world!🌍 UK-Team 520 ready for action!


Applications for Year 10 HASU Scholarship Advanced Programme is now open.The aim of the programme is to offer enriching opportunities for pupils in Year 10. The deadline for applications is 22nd January.Don't miss it!#ScholarshipAdvancedProgramme #HASUchallenge

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Our Results

Results - Summer 2023


Following the release of the provisional progress scores for schools and academies around the country, we are delighted to announce that our headline figures are:

Progress 8:                                 +1.10

Attainment 8:                              60.5

EBacc Average Points Score:   5.57

This stands as testament to the hard work and commitment to learning on show from our brilliant first cohort of students, their families and our amazing staff.

We are especially proud of the +0.74 score for children from disadvantaged backgrounds. Research has shown that the challenges that students faced due to the pandemic were more likely to affect these students; to see our Pupil Premium students make far better progress than the national average bucks this trend completely!

These results place us as the 10th-highest truely non-selective comprehensive in the country. This is in relation to over 5000 schools.

Where localities have a high proportion of selective schools (grammar schools, faith schools etc., which is especially true in boroughs like Sutton), this score places us 1st among similar non-selective comprehensives.

A comprehensive breakdown of these results is avaialble via the Department for Education website:

A comparison of school progress and performance in the Borough of Sutton can be found here:®ion=319&geographic=la&for=secondary

In additon to the above progress scores:

91% of students attained a grade 4 or higher in both English and mathematics

78% attained grade 5 or higher in both English and mathematics

These figures hugely exceed national picture both from last year and from 2019, the last year to sit public examinations prior to the pandemic.

The Academy would like to thank everyone for their support in helping our students achieve such wonderful progress.