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Wishing all of our staff and students a peaceful and happy holiday.


17 - 21 July 2017 Harris Academies


Congratulations Nathaniel, great work!


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Our winners of Creative Clash, y8 and 9 drama club, performing in this morning's achievement assembly


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Our End of Year letter and information about Results Days can be viewed on our website:


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A great afternoon, enjoyed by all.


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Year 6 prom! What a night! What a fantastic year it's will be SO SO missed!


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What and where is this London landmark? Just one of the questions in our Super Summer Quiz for the holidays at


Very exciting news that Harris Academy Tottenham will be partnering with


Harris Academies 10 - 14 July 2017


Huge thanks to Dan and his team for another superbly run sports day. The competitors and spectators had a fabulous day


Harris Academy Tottenham achieves 'outstanding' Ofsted: 'Endeavour, enjoy and excel.'


band entertaining the crowds


Special thanks to our guests for presenting medals to our talented students.


A really special tribute paid at sports day to Michael teacher hundreds of students fell silent and applauded him. RIP ❤️


Jack breaks the record! Congrats huge 190!


Staff Relay - what fantastic support from South Norwood students!


Let the games commence!


We also look forward to welcoming Hussain Manawer

Posted on: November 11th 2016

Harris Invictus Academy 'Outstanding' in First Ever Ofsted Report

INVICTUS STUDENTHarris Invictus Academy in Croydon has been rated ‘outstanding’ in every category following its first ever Ofsted inspection.

The academy is only the seventh secondary free school in London to be rated ‘outstanding’.

The Ofsted report praised the academy’s staff, students and atmosphere. Inspectors said:

  • “The quality of teaching has a very strong impact on pupils’ achievements. High expectations, well-structured learning and the effective use of good resources mean that pupils receive high-quality lessons.”
  • “Senior leaders, governors and the Federation are aspirational for the school and its pupils.”
  • “Pupils are extremely well turned out and have first-rate manners. They are very proud of their school and of their achievements.”
  • “The teaching of literacy and numeracy is very effective. In all classrooms, literacy has a very strong presence with the week’s literacy target displayed prominently.”
  • “The school is a vibrant place in which all pupils are enabled to achieve their potential.”

The report also notes that disadvantaged students “make very strong progress from their different starting points” and that leaders “are quick to pick up discrepancies in learning and put in place successful strategies to help pupils overcome difficulties”.

Having opened in 2014 with a Year 7 cohort, Harris Invictus Academy is yet to have its first GCSE results. Nonetheless, Ofsted inspectors are optimistic about future examinations, stating that “the progress of current pupils suggests that they are being prepared very effectively for their examinations at the end of Year 11.”

Carol-Anne Alcock, Executive Principal of Harris Invictus Academy, said:

“This report recognises the determination and positivity that is so crucial to our work at Harris Invictus Academy. I must pay tribute to the hard work of our staff and students who have achieved all of this in temporary accommodation. I know that moving into our new facilities next September will give us a further boost as we continue to grow year on year.”

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