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19/01/22

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Everyone aged 16+ is eligible for the booster three months after the second dose. To either: 📱 book an appointment online 🔎 search for a walk-in site More info 🔽

12/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

This week, spoke to children at . Thank you to the school for hosting us, it was great to be able to hear about children’s return to school after the Christmas break. Children told us they are very pleased that schools are open! https://t.co/oA7MCt400h

12/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

In our Children's voices: Back to school podcast episode, talks to students about coming back to school with restrictions in place, and why school is where they should, and want, to be. Thank you to students from for sharing. https://t.co/s0xQJeK9KB

10/01/22

Our wonderful pupils spoke to the this morning about what it was like moving from lockdown mentality to live in person teaching - inspiring to hear - watch these updates & follow the commissioner for more commentary https://t.co/ludb9RK3MA

10/01/22

Retweetd From Dame Rachel de Souza

Great to speak with the students of about their hopes & thoughts around returning to school on Thankyou to & HT Sam for inviting us. https://t.co/67kKfhw4Od

10/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

In children told us how much they enjoy and value being at school. It was great speaking to young people at today and hearing how important being back at school is to them. We'll be sharing videos of their thoughts over the next few days. https://t.co/ap3kQxX4lM

07/01/22

Are your children safe online? https://t.co/PCZm4p2mhl

06/01/22

Retweetd From NHS

Every adult in the country now needs to get a Covid-19 booster vaccine, because two doses does not give you enough protection against catching Omicron.

05/01/22

Retweetd From Department for Education

Keep Covid-19 out of the classroom. Take a rapid test before return and always register the results. Secondary school and college students register your result at https://t.co/RBsCLf2jh1

04/01/22

Retweetd From NHS

12-15 year olds can now get a second COVID-19 vaccine, as long as it's been at least 12 weeks since their first dose. Vaccines give your children the best possible protection against the virus, and helps keep them in school.

03/01/22

Retweetd From Department for Education

Keep Covid-19 out of the classroom. Take a rapid test before return and always register the results. Secondary school and college students register your result at https://t.co/do4QLeawxi

03/01/22

Retweetd From Harris Federation

It was a huge privilege to host Jacky Wright for her episode of the Today Programme. So so proud of the students she interviewed- listen to them here https://t.co/DyjJUrjjWE (1hr36mins in) https://t.co/nnGZ7adF51

31/12/21

Retweetd From Department of Health and Social Care

This week Professor Jonathan Van-Tam explored the science of viruses, variants and vaccines in the Christmas Lectures on Four. Missed it? You can now watch all three episodes online 🔽 https://t.co/U14te2ltcQ

30/12/21

Retweetd From Department for Education

You still have time to apply for your 30 hours childcare. Apply before 31st December to get your code.

26/12/21

Retweetd From NHS

16-17 year olds can now get a second COVID-19 vaccine. Encourage them to book their vaccines today.

21/12/21

Fears over school closures and exam chaos impact students’ motivation | Evening Standard https://t.co/E6t6cqHmjs

20/12/21

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20/12/21

Retweetd From The Film Canary will still #WearAMask

London folks, especially in Westminster, get your boosters in before Christmas; is one good location for walk-ins, they will be providing jabs until Thursday. Start your 2022 properly protected.

19/12/21

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Brilliant efficient 💉 set-up at - thank you ! 💪🌈 Let’s make OMICRON feel TINY #όμικρον https://t.co/AZcuZOoImC

16/12/21

Retweetd From The Film Canary will still #WearAMask

North West London people who still need a booster, will be hosting walk-in vaccinations from Saturday to Thursday, so get there if you can. If you do it ASAP, we can get 2022 off to a better start.

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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.