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!


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.


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First group to arrive at the finish line 🏁👏🏼


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All groups have now arrived at the campsite..tents being set up and pupils making themselves at home


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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.


Well done to all of our students who took part in Borough Athletics today! ☀️


Year 10 students enjoying their walking tour, starting at the Kindertransport memorial in Hope Square - thanks to


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.


Please nominate HASU so we can be in for a chance to win £1,000 of book tokens to help expand our library!


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.


Our Sports Hall is all ready to go for this week’s Year 10 assessments.


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.


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.


The HASU newsletter for Summer 1 was published on our website yesterday.


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.


A HASU parent has asked us to share information about a local girls’ football team’s trials ⚽️. Details below.


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Year 9 students hugely excited to see this afternoon’s performance of ! (Staff very excited too!)


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:


Well done to the team of HASU staff who completed the Marsden March today, raising money for a worthy cause.

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We welcome our role as a key institution in the local community. For our Academy, this role is both a physical and human one.

From the outset we have made our building accessible to local networks and groups, and have already housed meetings of local residents groups together with Safer Neighbourhood and Neighbourhood Watch meetings. If you would like to hold your non-profit organisation meeting at the building please contact us at the email provided above. Harrisacademypromotionalshoot0222 7932

We work hard with our students to make sure they understand the role that they play in the local community, and that the expectations that come from being a Harris Sutton student do not magically disappear at the school gates. Assemblies and Tutor Time set aside sessions on how to behave safely and considerately in the wider community, and members of the Academy Leadership Group regularly patrol bus stops, local shops and traffic crossings to support our students and the community. We would like to hear from you if you feel that our students have not represented the academy in the manner we or you have come to expect.

Harrisacademypromotionalshoot0222 7954Transport is a key focus for our Academy. With such a small catchment area it is our goal to reach 90% of students arriving via foot, public transport or by bike. For students that are dropped off by car, we work hard with our families to ensure that any disruption is kept to a minimum.  When we hold large events, we always consider the concerns of local residents in our planning and aim to minimise any disruption as far as is possible.

If you have concerns regarding inconsiderate parking you should please raise these with the local council at:


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