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After a 3-year hiatus, the Harris Spelling Bee is back, underway and buzzing 🐝! Thanks to all 78 finalists, teachers and schools for their special efforts to make it happen. Merci/gracias/谢谢 for hosting!


In loving memory of Joshua & Andy. Our student Finlay and his family are raising funds for King's College Hospital, you can donate here:


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Thank you to all ⁦⁩ Senior Leaders for your commitment and dedication.


Fantastic morning at the Senior Leader Conference! A pleasure to host at our site! 💜


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Coffee on the courtyard for the SLT conference today


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🔦 SPOTLIGHT ON FACILITATORS 🔦 Meet Tom Street - our School-Led Facilitator & Head of Academy ! 😀 Find out more about Tom & what makes him proud to be a Facilitator here: 🖱️ | |


Happy Friday! 🎉🔆🎊 Year 11 - Find a letter here from Mr Street: You are all superstars! 💯


Here are some of our Students having fun remixing Stormzy's "Blinded by Your Grace" in Music lesson today. 🎵🎶


Here's a look at our Good morning club. These students have been nurturing sweetcorn, onions, courgettes, and beans in the beds, and looking after their own adopted vegs and fruits which range from watermelons, to tomatoes to cucumbers and others. 🌱🍈🍅


Well done year 11! We adore you!! Sunday Maths Prep 💯🎊💜#serve


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What a fantastic way to end a Thursday🎉, hearing the brilliant progress our beginner brass and woodwind players have made via the wonderful support of ! After school group lessons and they are thriving!


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So great to see our students being a part of this outstanding opportunity


Today was the first meeting of our Law Society in partnership with , our students were able to hear first-hand from trainees about their routes into Law. Thanks to Clifford Chance for this fantastic opportunity!🧑‍⚖️


Students enjoying some 'peas and quiet' in our Garden Club - planting onions and potting cucumbers, courgettes, cherry tomatoes, and basil. 🪴🌱🧅🍅


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It is so lovely to visit our academies & to bump into so many ! Yesterday at we thoroughly enjoyed catching up with three more!!


Year 8's adventurous Bushcraft, where our students learnt how to react in SOS scenarios, the basic elements of first aid, how to make fires, archery and even how to ponass a salmon!


The Purple Route students spent two days in Oxford exploring New College and Harris Manchester College. Students can be seen during a Q and A session with current students, before posing for a photo in front of the Lord Harris statue.


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Join UCAS Discover STEM live on 11 May. Book now. Don’t miss our day dedicated to all things science, tech, engineering, and maths (STEM). Featuring unis, subject experts, talks and workshops covering career paths, course options, apprenticeships and more.


On Wednesday all Y10 Art students went on a trip to the Hayward Gallery for the Louise Bourgeois exhibition! It's a core part of their GCSE in which they drew from the exhibition to enhance their coursework and artist research.🎨🖌️


Happy Eid Mubarek to all our staff, students and families celebrating today 🎉

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Examinations & Results

Examinations & Assessments

The Academy uses a wide range of assessment techniques to monitor student progress and help ensure all students continue to move forwards with their learning.  In addition to classroom-based assessment and tests, at key times throughout their school journey students will take more formal mock examinations - these are a vital way of preparing them for what they will experience in their real GCSEs.  They help students develop their revision skills; their time management; their emotional resilience within exam conditions; as well as their exam technique - and they provide teachers will invaluable information which we use to inform our curriculum planning in the months leading up to the GCSE exams.

The proposed timetable of examinations and assessments is below, but is subject to change to meet the needs of the Academy.  Exact timetables will be published to students in the build up to each exam series.

Autumn Term 2021/22

Year 7, 8 & 9 Assessments 22 - 26 November 2021
Year 11 Mock Examinations 1 - 19 November 2021
Year 12 Induction Tests 27 September - 1 October 2021
Year 13 Mock Examinations 15 - 26 November 2021

Spring Term 2021/22

Year 10 Assessments 3 - 14 January 2022
Year 12 Mock Examinations 31 January - 11 February 2022
Year 11 Mock Examinations 21 February - 11 March 2022
Year 13 Mock Examinations 14 - 25 March 2022

Summer Term 2021/22

Year 7, 8 & 9 Assessments 25 April - 6 May 2022
Year 10 Assessments 9 - 20 May 2022
Year 11 GCSEs 25 May - 1 July 2022
Year 12 Mock Examinations 20 June - 1 July 2022
Year 13 A-Levels 25 May - 1 July 2022


Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Government did not publish any school or college level educational performance data based on tests, assessments or exams for 2020 or 2021. The Government also did not publish any national, regional, local or constituency statistics for any primary school assessments for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 academic years.

All those working with schools and colleges, such as Ofsted, Department for Education regional teams and local authorities, should use previous data so we will continue to present 2019 data on this page as will be reflected in our Department for Education performance information found on the DFE website.

Progress8 & Attainment8 (2019 figures)

Progress8 aims to capture the progress a pupil makes from the end of primary school to the end of secondary school. It is a type of value added measure, which means that pupils’ results are compared to the actual achievements of other pupils with similar prior attainment.

Attainment8 measures the achievement of a pupil across 8 qualifications including mathematics (double weighted) and English (double weighted), 3 further qualifications that count in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) measure and 3 further qualifications that can be GCSE qualifications (including EBacc subjects) or any other non-GCSE qualifications on the approved list. Each individual grade a pupil achieves is assigned a point score, which is then used to calculate a pupil’s Attainment8 score.

Progress8 Score

Attainment8 Score

KS4 Results (2019 figures)

Percentage of pupils who achieved a strong pass (grade 5 or above) in English and Maths at the end of KS4 = 42%

Percentage of pupils entered for the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) = 68%

Percentage of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate at grade 4+ = 38%

Percentage of pupils who achieved the English Baccalaureate at grade 5+ = 25%

KS5 Results (2019 figures)

KS5 results can be found on the School Performance website.