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My daughter school opened the account with easyfundraising please use the link below to do your shoppings, blackfraiday and christmas are very close :-) Thank you for your support!! Enjoy your shopping!!!


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Early morning rehearsals for the Winter Show in full swing!


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So proud of the Choir tonight after their first ever public performance at the launch of Sutton’s Late Night Christmas Shopping. They sang so well! Fantastic to see them come alive and shine on stage! 2 more shows still to come this term too! Let’s do this!


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Short video from tonight’s Choir performance.


We are very proud of the two Harris Academy Sutton students who took part in the Harris Climate Emergency Workshop. It's lovely to see them appear in this video!


Students are beginning to submit their wonderful castle creations for the Year 7 History exhibition next week. All are due by Friday and we are so excited to see their creative talents.


Winter Festival at Sutton


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Year 7 had a great Innovation, Integrity & Discovery Day today! Amazing discussions, fantastic questions asked, and a lot of fun had along the way. Great stuff Year 7!


Thank you for sending us such wonderful students! They are amazing.


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🌟 So lovely to see some of our old students today for a lovely afternoon tea and tour! We are so proud of how they are doing! They are all thriving at secondary school!


Harris Academy Sutton in the playground today for a Remembrance Day reading from Miss Bennett and to observe a two minute silence.


Ten students from Harris Academy Sutton attended the Belmont Remembrance Parade this morning.


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Phenomenal dedication and effort from the cast of ’s first production - our Winter Show. Coming in to school an hour early for their first rehearsal. Show day is the 18th December. More details to follow in due course. But it’s going to be epic!


A Year 8 student made a life-size model of the Principal for her extended project. Amazing! Our students are so creative.


As part of UK Parliament Week our students have been learning about parliament and democracy. In assembly today we were joined by Paul Scully, candidate for Sutton and Cheam.


Thanks to our former MP and Conservative candidate Paul Scully for visiting and talking to Years 7 and 8 about his time in Parliament as part of


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Really enjoyed tonight’s Meet The Tutor evening at . A fantastic turnout. Great to share all the successes this incredible Year Group have had already this year! Thank you to all who attended.


A rainbow over netball on Monday


Year 7 having an English lesson in a computer room, and Year 8 in the Drama Studio for Performing Arts.


Year 7 and 8 in their art lessons today

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Progression Framework

Year Group

Career focus for this year group

Measurable Outcomes


To raise the student’s awareness of the wide range of careers and pathways available regardless of their background.

  • Students are able to articulate their strengths and how this aligns with 2-3 employability characteristics.
  • Students can list a range of careers linked to the subjects they study.


To equip students with information to prepare them to make informed decisions about their GCSE options.

  • Students can articulate how their options support their future ambitions.
  • Students are aware of what Labour Market Information is and how it is important to selecting their GCSE options.


Students will discover careers and career development.

  • Students can discuss different viewpoints on the meaning of careers.
  • Pupils explore the diversity of different career pathways.


Students will develop specific work-related skills as they continue to evolve into productive members of society.

  • Students will complete a work experience placement and will be able to articulate the work-related skills needed to be employable.


Students will demonstrate a decisive and proactive attitude in applications for post 16 study.

  • Students can articulate the pros and cons of post-16 options.
  • Students will secure a place on a course that that they are enthusiastic about studying with a post-16 provider.


Students will investigate career paths related to their studies in Sixth Form. 

  • Students will complete a work experience/volunteer placement
  • Students will reflect on how their experience has influenced their career journey.


Students will exhibit a proactive attitude in applications for post 18 study or employment to specialise in a subject and/or skill.

  • Students can articulate the pros and cons of post-18 options to make informed decisions.
  • Students will secure either an apprenticeship, a place at university or a post of employment.