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08/04/24

Recruiting now! HATO prioritises excellent behaviour systems, so that teachers have the freedom to teach. Check out the positions available below. Deadline 11/04/24https://t.co/ZAbTSYU8rd

26/03/24

It was great to welcome families of Year 13 vocational students to the academy tonight to outline the roadmap of the crucial last few weeks of coursework and exams. Nearly there! pic.twitter.com/urXrOGetlq

08/03/24

From dawn's first whistle to noon's vibrant buzz, our HASJW girls embody the football dream! 🏆 Today showcased skillful dribbles & thrilling goals ⚽ pic.twitter.com/Vzqx9PXxsB

08/03/24

We were lucky to hear from lots of inspirational women, and the careers panel and tour were a great chance to hear the backgrounds of those working in tech and their advice for our girls. It has given them lots of motivation - thanks to all who made it a special day! (4/4) pic.twitter.com/xtdXiTzCvJ

08/03/24

We started with an inspirational speech by , which highlighted some remarkable innovations by women that were not given due credit in their time. The current stats are still sobering - yet the optimism in the talk really motivated our girls and set up the day (2/4) pic.twitter.com/Of9IBh69Nk

08/03/24

Rise and shine! 🌟 The HASJW Girls are out on the field, kicking off their day with a football session before school. Passion, dedication, and drive in every move. Here's to breaking barriers and making every goal count! ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/ds2L5mVYj8

05/03/24

Proud to support our sister school and the Headteacher of Primary Emily Smith. Please do sign up, every little helps. https://t.co/fx5W3cagNZ

04/03/24

Our Year 12 and 13 IT students were very lucky to get to spend today at the legendary . We had a tour of Lord's, learned about The Hundred's digital marketing strategy, and did a rebranding exercise. Thanks to for making it happen!🏏 pic.twitter.com/nx232UdhHZ

26/02/24

Today's the first day of mock exams for our Year 11 cohort. Plenty of flash cards being swapped at lunch and friends testing each other on the content - really good to see. Tomorrow is English Lan, DT, and Biology! ✏️ 🎓 pic.twitter.com/XyVU1i4ybr

20/02/24

Can you spare £10Crowdfunding to support children and their families at Harris Academy Tottenham. on JustGiving https://t.co/wRRiEQJEAI

16/02/24

We've been shortlisted in the Trust Collaboration category in the MAT Excellence Awards for our partnership with the , encompassing all curriculum subjects across all 32 secondary schools!Watch our video case studies: https://t.co/gkLUgUnl42 pic.twitter.com/GXpWQvBl46

15/02/24

We've been shortlisted in the Trust Collaboration category in the MAT Excellence Awards for our partnership with the , encompassing all curriculum subjects across all 32 secondary schools!Watch our video case studies: https://t.co/gkLUgUnl42 pic.twitter.com/GXpWQvBl46

09/02/24

Thrilled to have Bold Voices at our school today! They inspired Year 10 with their mission to fight gender inequality. A big step towards empowering our students to challenge and change the world. 📚🗣️ pic.twitter.com/lTJWdrrkvY

08/02/24

Really great to hear about some fantastic happening at HASJW - over 550 of our students have met their Bedrock targets every week since September and an incredible 96% have been using it regularly this year. Special shout out to 8X/En1 who lead the school! 📖✨

08/02/24

Our Year 10 Harris Experience students are live at the Royal Opera House, captivated by La Bohème! 🎭🎶🎻An enriching day out as they absorb this magnificent performance. pic.twitter.com/0JPOopoais

08/02/24

Our Year 10 Harris Experience students are live at the Royal Opera House, captivated by La Bohème! 🎭🎶🎻An enriching day out as they absorb this magnificent performance. pic.twitter.com/0JPOopoais

08/02/24

We're so proud of all of our schools across the Harris Federation 🎉 these stats from HASJW are absolutely incredible 👏 https://t.co/vnL5AZab3R

08/02/24

We're so proud of all of our schools across the Harris Federation 🎉 these stats from HASJW are absolutely incredible 👏 https://t.co/vnL5AZab3R

07/02/24

Thanks to the generous support from Harris Federation & Adventures Away From Home, 30 eager Year 7 & 8 students set off for an unforgettable outdoor adventure at Avon Tyrell! 🌲⛺ pic.twitter.com/bkjk0dbAVi

07/02/24

Really great to hear about some fantastic happening at HASJW - over 550 of our students have met their Bedrock targets every week since September and an incredible 96% have been using it regularly this year. Special shout out to 8X/En1 who lead the school! 📖✨

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Examination Results - KS4 & KS5

Key Stage 4 examination results - 2023

2023 was a fantastic year for Harris Academy St John's Wood and the provisional results would place us in the top 10% of schools in England for the last academic year. Our students achieved outstanding outcomes despite the challenges posed from lost learning. We are exceptionally proud of what they achieved and wish them all the best with their next steps whether in our sixth form, another sixth form or an apprenticeship.

Summary  

  • 74% of students achieved a grade 4+ in both English and Maths
  • 65.7% of students achieved a grade 5+ in both English and Maths 
  • 86% of students achieved a grade 4+ in English Literature 
  • 79% of students achieved a grade 4+ in Maths 
  • 80% of students were entered for Ebacc (40% higher than national average)
  • 71% of students achieved a 4+ in science 
  • 69% of students achieved a 4+ in modern foreign languages
  • 72.3% of students achieved a 4+ in humanities  
  • Over 80% of students who sat triple science achieved a grade 7 or higher

 

Performance Measure

HASJW 2023

Progress 8

0.51

Attainment 8

52.3

EBacc Average Point Score

4.92

Pupils staying in education or entering employment

94%

 

GCSE success at Harris Academy St John’s Wood with great results across the board and half of students achieving the demanding Ebacc.

Students at Harris Academy St John’s Wood are today celebrating their GCSE results with a strong performance across the board.

57% of students achieved a strong pass (grade 5) or above in both English and maths, higher than the national rate of 43%.  Half of students achieved at least a Grade 4 in their Ebacc subjects which is far higher than the national average, 25%. 

Amongst those celebrating were Rishikesh and Phil who each achieved a ‘super’ Grade 9 in ten subjects. Very few students across the country will achieve this number of Grade 9s, which are the equivalent of an A**.

Samantha Green, Principal of the Academy said:

“I’d like to congratulate all our students celebrating today. There are some magnificent individual performances as well as excellent overall figures.”

“We look forward to welcoming these students back to Harris St John’s Wood in September to begin their Sixth Form studies and to replicate the excellent A Level performances we enjoyed last week”.

 

Key Stage 5 examination results - 2023

Due to the unreliable nature of teacher assessed grades during the pandemic, the DFE guidance regarding accountability measures states that the following will be used only for analysis:

  • Average Point Score (APS) per entry 
  • A Level cohort: Best 3 A Levels and AAB including at least 2 facilitating subjects (These are biology, chemistry, English, geography, history, maths, modern and classical languages and physics) 
  • Retention and destinations measures
  • Value added progress will not be measured, nor English/maths progress measures. 

Year 13 Headline Measures

A Level: 146 

EPQ (Named as Study Skills in table): 12   

Applied Generals: 69 

Tech Level (CTec I.T. and Diploma Sport listed here): 23 

Average Point Score per Entry

A Levels

HASJW 

2023:  30.2 (HFed 31.1) 

2022:  33.4  

2019: 34.75

C 

C+ 

C+ 

National 

2022:  34 

C+ 

Westminster 

2022:  35 

B- 

Harris Federation 

2022:  36.4  

B- 

 

Applied Generals 

HASJW 

2023:  24.2 

2022:  25.7  

2019: 28.1 

Merit 

Merit 

Merit + 

National 

2022:  29 

Merit+ 

Westminster 

2022:  30 

Dist- 

Harris Federation 

2022:  31.7  

Dist- 

 

Tech Levels 

HASJW 

2023:  28.2 

2022:  25.8  

2019: 30.3 

Merit+ 

Merit 

Merit + 

National 

2022:  28.6 

Merit+ 

Westminster 

2022:  21 

Merit- 

Harris Federation 

2022:  35.6  

Dist 

 

Average Point Score in Best 3 A Levels 

HASJW 

2023:  30.2 

2022:  34.22 

2019: 34.87 

National 

2022:  34 

Westminster 

2022:  36 

Harris Federation 

2022:  35.7 

AAB with at least 2 in Facilitating Subjects 

HASJW 

2023:  7.1% 

2022:  10.5%  

2019: 4.35% 

Disadvantaged: 7.8% 

Non Disadvantaged: 6.4%

National 

16.5% 

Westminster 

20.2%

Harris Federation 

15.9% 

Information about the destinations of this KS5 cohort can be found here.

Samantha Green, Principal of the Academy said: 

“I am very proud of our Year 13 pupils who worked extremely hard to secure some brilliant grades. With these they will go on to some of the best universities in the country. This is the very least these young people deserve after what has been a very challenging period of time for young people.  

“I’m grateful to staff across the school who have supported them so well over their time in the Sixth Form. Everyone in the school is smiling today as we share our students’ delight at their results.” 

Given the uneven impact of the pandemic on school and college performance data, the government has said you should not make direct comparisons between the performance data for one school or college and another, or to data from previous years.

Visit https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/145126/harris-academy-st-john's-wood/16-to-18 for full details of our performance.