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25/05/18

Another New Build photo... Looking down into the Library... https://t.co/8tbxTjHFZB

25/05/18

The New Build takes shape.... Looking east along the first floor corridor of the New Building. The light-well above the Library is on the left through the blue fencing. https://t.co/QiqPJ6bWV9

22/05/18

An amazing book all teenagers should read. You Are Awesome: Find Your Confidence and Dare to be Brilliant at (Almost) Anything: The Number One Bestseller https://t.co/JreCRQdNeK

18/05/18

A reminder that our Transition Information Evenings take place at Harris Academy Morden next week on the 21st and 24th of May. Please check your Student Information Pack for your allocated date and remember to bring your completed pack with you.

11/05/18

New Year 7 Transition Programme Information and Data Collection Packs have now been posted and will be with families early next week.

13/10/17

Welcome to the Harris Academy Sutton twitter feed. Thank you to everyone that attended our open evenings this week! More will follow...

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Posted on January 25th 2017

Harris success in new league table of academy trusts

The Department for Education has published a table comparing the performance of multi-academy trusts, including the Harris Federation.

We are pleased to say that Harris performed exceptionally well at primary and at secondary.

At primary, the table was based on the Key Stage 2 tests from last summer. Children at Harris did very well. Out of 95 multi-academy trusts included in the research, Harris was one of only six where the progress of children was ‘significantly above average’ in all three areas that are tested: reading, writing and maths.

At secondary level, the Department for Education used a new measure called Progress 8, which calculates the progress made by students in eight key subjects. The Harris score was third highest on the list, out of 47 multi-academy trusts included in the research.

Credit for these results goes to the pupils at Harris schools, their teachers and of course all parents who have encouraged and supported their children so well. Congratulations to everybody involved.