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12/10/17

Harris Academy Falconwood has secured £2865 from Duke of Edinburgh, enabling us to enroll 100 KS4 students. https://t.co/fqancVQqQE

11/10/17

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Our new partnership with allows our Academy to offer A-Levels as part of our scholarship! Open evening Thursday https://t.co/sskghasKrs

09/10/17

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are all here!

09/10/17

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Save the Date Harris Falconwood Open Evening, Thurs 12 Oct 6.00-8.00pm. Pick-up a prospectus and find out more about life at Falconwood! https://t.co/zfE932SzQg

09/10/17

are all here!

20/09/17

The Academy will be open for prospective Year 7 Students on 25th & 26th September. Visit on our Admissions page https://t.co/H0AHNyq2s8

20/09/17

Congratulations to our girls football team on their 3-0 win in the English School's Cup. https://t.co/J3DATnxLOC

20/09/17

Introducing our School Mobile App https://t.co/ZoHo2Y6YZd

18/07/17

The latest issue of Insight is out and up on our website. Take a look here! https://t.co/1sR6zcX8Pj

11/07/17

SOLD! That's it for the Harris Experience auction with . It's been a great success with over £3000 raised for a great cause!

11/07/17

It’s almost auction time & our student auctioneer's are ready. Lots are getting quite a bit of attention & Lord Harris has just arrived! https://t.co/W9xXUfwyQ9

11/07/17

It’s been a busy morning preparing for the Harris Experience Christies Auction today and this afternoon is looking to be a very eventful one https://t.co/QkKwTxc7qT

04/07/17

It’s Focus Day here at Falconwood, our students are taking part in a variety of activities & seminars on mental & British Values.

19/06/17

It's a busy week at the Academy. Our Wizard of Oz production is taking place Wednesday & Thursday at 6:30pm, then Friday we have Sports Day!

23/05/17

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Our thoughts are with the young people and their families affected by last night's tragedy in Manchester.

02/05/17

Our Year 11's are focused and ready for their two day GCSE Art Exam. Best of luck to all our students!

24/04/17

The Cup Final will kick off at at 2pm. Our boys have trained hard and are in great form. Let’s hope they bring home the cup!

24/04/17

Our Year 9 Boys are getting ready for the Harris Federation Cup Final this afternoon against Harris South Norwood. Come on Boys!

24/04/17

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Secondary ! The is holding 2 recruitment events in April. Visit https://t.co/GlfmADLrDl to register. https://t.co/mq1xydvhZE

21/04/17

Its been a busy first week back! A few year 10 students will be heading to Meopham this weekend to prepare for the Duke of Edinburgh award

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Newton Faculty

newton

Welcome to the Newton Faculty

Our Faculty takes it's name from the English physicist and mathematician, Sir Isaac Newton.

Newton is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time and as a key figure in the scientific revolution.  He developed the theory of gravity, the laws of motion (which became the basis for physics), a new type of mathematics called calculus, and made breakthroughs in the area of optics such as the reflecting telescope and theory of colour.

Newton grew up mostly alone and was an 'adequate' student at school.  At one point his mother tried to take him out of school to help on the farm, but he had no interest in becoming a farmer and was soon back at school.  In 1661, Newton began college at Cambridge; where he would spend much of his life, becoming a professor of mathematics, fellow of the Royal Society, and eventually being elected to represent Cambridge University as a Member of Parliament.

In 1696, Newton became the warden of the Royal Mint in London.  He took his duties seriously and tried to get rid of corruption as well as to reform the currency of England.  He was elected President of the Royal Society in 1703 and was knighted by Queen Anne in 1705.

The Newton Faculty is committed to stimulating, inspiring and developing students’ functional and transferable enterprising skills.  In doing this, we will aspire to the highest academic standards for all our students so that everyone achieves their full potential.  We believe that all students at Harris have the right to a technological education, using state of the art equipment such as our ‘Mac suite’, leading to quality outcomes.

We are committed to celebrating the academic progress and creative achievements of students within the Newton Faculty as well as their high standards regarding attendance, punctuality and behaviour.  The personal development and wellbeing of students in the faculty is monitored and supported by our team of tutors, coordinators and the Head of Faculty.

Through the Newton Faculty, we deliver the Academy’s Enterprise Specialism, developing student's key enterprising skills.  Global Enterprise Week takes place between during November, where students experience a range of enterprise challenges in different subject areas, highlighting the importance of developing enterprise skills in all areas of life.  In addition to this, all students in KS3 have the opportunity to start their own business through the Enterprise Club and students in year 12 participate in the Young Enterprise competition.

Out of the classroom, the Mathematics subject participates in UKMT Maths Challenges, Rubik’s Cube Challenge, World Maths Day, Pi Day, the annual Harris March Maths Month as well as other Federation competitions.

Subjects taught within the Faculty are:

BUSINESS STUDIES | ICT | MATHEMATICS | MEDIA

Head of Faculty Mr M Mouellic
Pastoral Support Officer Mr J Maile
Coordinator (NM) Ms L Dugbo
Coordinator (NB) Miss E Doran
   
Tutor Group Tutor
7NB Mrs J Gayle-Reid
7NM Miss H Mouslmani
8NB Mr J Collis
8NM Mrs S Gyawali
9NB Ms N Dhesi
9NM Miss P Dulai
10NB Mr R Shah
10NM Mr D Maher
11NB Mr C Bilal
11NM Mrs F Almond