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29/07/21

Parents! A wonderful creative opportunity for your child in August. https://t.co/M3gZBEouwv

20/07/21

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Exciting coalition of organisations coming together , & to lead local change. Launch of Haringey programme today with Thanks to pupils & staff https://t.co/kbFqebbIbD

20/07/21

Retweetd From Laura Fraser

Executive Principal talks about his own experience of youth violence growing up in London, how it now effects his pupils! How the media perpetuates the horror. But also the high expectations for pupils & how this initiative will help https://t.co/uMzI8JajT3

20/07/21

How to stop a problem like youth violence & crime ? Inspiring thread from our sister school & academy in https://t.co/ZPk2Nu0rCY

20/07/21

We realise that celebrations may, once again, be slightly different, but hope this Eid at home is filled with happiness, joy & peace. From all at Harris St John’s Wood - we wish a lovely Eid as you mark this time & celebrate with family and friends.  

19/07/21

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If you haven't had your COVID-19 vaccine yet, you can still book an appointment. Visit https://t.co/rw1YAMiy6v today.

18/07/21

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Today I was a at the centre. It was a new experience: I heard 2,700 people shouting out the words "THANK YOU" & I met some extraordinary souls. https://t.co/TM5sYLy6Tg

18/07/21

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If you haven't had your COVID-19 vaccine yet, you can still book an appointment at https://t.co/rw1YAMA8Y3

17/07/21

We are so very proud of our student & Greenhouse player Suhayb who has secured his place on a scholarship programme at School in New York 👏🏀 Good luck Suhayb! 💫🇺🇸 we are so proud of you https://t.co/PiQVGozmzu

15/07/21

These speakers shared how they had witnessed friends losing their lives to knife crime & lost others, as a result of knife crime, to lengthy prison sentences.  In all the session was focused on an anti-knife crime message, highlighting responsibility & making positive choices.

15/07/21

brought speakers with lived experience of knife crime to the session and they explained how they had become involved in knife crime, the effect this had on themselves, their families and their communities and ultimately how they were able to turn their lives around.

15/07/21

Our pupils did inspirational work with yesterday The overarching message involved students pledging not to carry a knife going forward and to consider the ripple effects of their actions and choices in the future. https://t.co/Qy1lJJgiqZ

14/07/21

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This weekend are hosting pop-up events. , & are some of the venues on the list. Anyone over 18 can come along to any centre for a 1st or 2nd vaccine. To find a venue near you: https://t.co/nF2KzTyXzP

13/07/21

Inspiring to see this fight back against racists & thugs & vandals https://t.co/6lyXgx95KA

13/07/21

Retweetd From Harris Federation

As sad as our pupils were about the final, they were devastated to see the ugly, racist abuse that followed. ’s response is brave and dignified. He is and always will be a role model to children in this country, on and off the pitch. https://t.co/5ZXnd3lbmi

10/07/21

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Get your second dose sooner. If you’re over 40, you can bring your appointment forward now.

08/07/21

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We were thrilled to deliver our Networking session to over 400 KS3 students at ! Thank you to our industry volunteers from , who inspired the students and showed how their school subjects can lay the foundations for a career in ! https://t.co/fvR33WNRot

05/07/21

Retweetd From Leila Al-Rashed

what is required to achieve high inquiry and moderate guidance? Is it something bigger than teachers in the classroom?

05/07/21

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New Principal Sam Green speaks about the place of science in its totality in a school | “the beauty & wonder of science…and what we choose to spend time on in a school reflects the vision for diversity & where we are in this very polarised debate”. https://t.co/GGrsB6VxmI

05/07/21

Retweetd From George Duoblys

Science teachers have a responsibility to provide all students with access to opportunities. This means taking a long, hard look at setting and streaming.

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Key Stage 4 Examination Results

GCSE success at Harris Academy St John’s Wood

2019 was a remarkable year for GCSE results at Harris Academy St John’s Wood and the provisional results would place the school in the top 2% of schools in England for the last academic year. This is a stunning transformation from 2017. 83% of Year 11 will progress to our Sixth Form Year 12 provision and we are very proud of that fact. We have helped others gain placements at local Sixth Form Colleges and in apprenticeships.

In summary:

  • 73% of students achieved Grade 4 English and maths;
  • 90% of students achieved a Grade 4 pass or higher in English and 76% did so in maths;
  • The EBacc remains strong and considerably higher than last year’s national average at 33%;
  • 37 students or 12% gained the new ‘super’ Grade 9;
  • 24 students took triple science, with 15% of entries achieving the new ‘super’ Grade 9, which is equivalent to an A**.

Nick Soar, Executive Principal of Harris Academy St John’s Wood, said:

“Our results are outstanding and reflect the many, many hours of hard work that our students have dedicated to their examinations. They can feel justifiably proud of a strong set of results which open the doors to so many possibilities at high quality universities and employers. We hope we have enriched the cultural lives of our young people.

I am particularly pleased with our students’ breath-taking achievements in the basics of English and Mathematics and in subjects such as Biology and Computer Science where 67% and 43% of students gained a 7+. We are an outward facing school whose students are looking to the future with academic confidence.

Well done, congratulations and thank you to all students, as well as the inspirational teachers and parents who supported them through their examinations.” 

 

HASJW 2017/18

HASJW 2018/19 *

National 2018/19

Westminster 2018/19

Progress 8

0.59

0.76

-0.02

0.47

Attainment 8

52.8

54

46.7

52.9

% Entering EBacc

24%

53%

40%

56%

EBacc APS

4.55

4.71

4.07

4.85

% Achieving Ebacc 4+

12%

33%

25%

41%

% Achieving EBacc 5+

16%

23%

17%

29%

% Achieving English and maths 5+

50%

50%

43%

54%

% Achieving English and maths 4+

77%

73%

65%

75%

 
* As a new Academy, detail of student destinations will not be available until October 2020 when the league tables for 2020 include the data from 2018.