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27/06/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation

'This has given me a second chance' - read about the amazing support for students at in today’s Times. The school, it says, is ‘proof that it is possible to take children who have failed in mainstream education and turn them around.' https://t.co/TUcDuaRCPv

05/03/18

The Academy is back to normal today, students are expected in by 8.30am in full uniform

02/03/18

Harris Aspire is OPEN until 12.30 today, Friday 2nd March

01/03/18

Harris Aspire is CLOSED today due to the adverse weather conditions, check website, Twitter & Facebook for updates

12/12/16

Retweetd From Bedazzle

Off for our Mental Health roadshow with our friends and https://t.co/UPf9aDFL3S

17/10/16

roll on tomorrow all students to learn CPR

07/10/16

British Heart Foundation - Restart a Heart Day 18 Oct whole school to learn CPR with

07/10/16

Students to take part in BHF Restart a Heart Day 18 Oct

07/10/16

- Restart a Heart Day - Tues 18th Oct students taking part in the record breaking CPR training

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.

Central Office

Bexley

Bromley

Croydon

Greenwich

Haringey

Havering

Merton

Newham

Southwark

Sutton

Thurrock

Wandsworth

Westminster

Objectives

01024071_bwThe students awarded places here will know that we have extremely high expectations, both for their day-to-day performance and for their futures.

The objectives we have set ourselves to be achieved for 2018-19 are:

  • To ensure attendance levels meet national standards over the academic year.
  • To embed the curriculum offer for September 2018 with the broader offer and ensure that it meets the needs of all students on roll for Harris Aspire with regard to vocational and GCSE provision.
  • To ensure that the MER (monitoring evaluation and review) is regular and rigorous with appropriate actions made (quality of teaching, student progress, attendance, behaviour) to ensure rapid progress.
  • To ensure that the provision for More Able and students with SEND is meeting the needs of all students in all subjects.
  • To develop and review the Skills for Work and Life Program to ensure effectiveness and positive impact across the academy.
  • To build on successful strategies with the AWO to re-engage school refusers more quickly.
  • To provide a comprehensive Enrichment programme for Year 11 students that enthuses and develops challenge.
  • To establish an effective student voice.
  • To develop effective reintegration into commissioning schools once year placement has ended.
  • To develop the assessment tracking system to include therapeutic and additional support to measure impact.

We will achieve these objectives by addressing the individual needs of students; breaking down barriers to learning; personalising their curriculum and teaching styles; providing high quality support for a wide range of different needs from Day One of a student’s Harris Aspire education; and putting in place appropriate stretch and challenge for more able students who have fallen behind.