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My favourite part of today was when I was on lunch duty on the playground and some of my Year 7 boys challenged me to games of table tennis! Loved playing them! (Loved it even more that I was undefeated! I think they were surprised at how competitive I was! Haha!)


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Took a Year 7 Spanish cover lesson today. Hugely impressed with their focus and effort!


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We’ve been learning about politics at HASU! We had a visit from Tom Brake today and Paul Scully a few weeks ago. We ran a student referendum too.


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Fantastic work from Year 8s in Music today. Working really hard in preparation for their assessments next lesson.


Hi. It looks like we’re going to do it on the 19th to tie in with our Christmas lunch. A letter about this and all end of term arrangements will go out this week. Many thanks.


Hi. I’ll check and confirm tomorrow. Apologies for the delay.


Harris Academy Sutton invites all students to sit down together and enjoy a festive meal on Thursday 19th December. Students will eat in two separate sittings: one for Year 7 and one for Year 8. The cost of the meal will be £2, payable on the day using students' cards.


I'm so sorry to hear this. We were alerted to this issue last year and introduced improved bags this year as a result. Please contact Brigade directly to request a refund if the bag was faulty: Please accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused.


An enjoyable theatre trip last night with one hundred HASU students


Tonight one hundred of our students are going to see a performance of A Christmas Carol in Epsom, featuring our very own Mrs Holden.


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Making some good use of the new D&T workshop for the subject day.


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Some of our trainees are visiting for the first ever training day at this Harris Academy. Thank you so much for having us here and what a lovely building you now have! We are looking forward to a fantastic day with you!


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The excitement of is what our trainees are experiencing ! We are so excited to have come to one of our newest academies for the first time!


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We had a great day today with Year 8s from learning about different careers in the NHS. Students became microbiologists, clinical biochemists, radiologists and nurses to help diagnose a range of patients.


Congratulations to the Year 7 football B team who beat Harris Merton 5 - 1 last night.


Last night a team of our students took part in the English Speaking Union Mace Debate, competing against a team of sixth formers. They received special mention from the judges for such confidence and skill for their first ever formal debate.


Year 8 students enjoyed a maths talk from author Simon Singh this morning. They learnt about puzzles, Fermat and Königsberg's bridges. Pupils who want to know more can read Simon's books - we now have some copies in the library and will get some more in soon! 🧮👨‍🔬📚


A great result for our Year 7 football team. HASU 7- 2 Glenthorne


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Year 7 students were given a project to make a castle for History. Look at the incredible work they’ve produced! Absolutely blown away by the effort they’ve put in!

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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.