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17/03/23

Inspiring conversation with the : completely in line with our aims to ensure that all students can succeed, irrespective of their academic backgrounds

10/02/23

Mr Handscombe visited some of our alumni at yesterday. Lovely to see them enjoying themselves and embracing their love of learning. @ Cambridge, UK https://t.co/gH3H5k17t2

27/01/23

Just posted a photo https://t.co/WjHzZRxQc3

12/01/23

We're for an Assistant Principal - please visit the Harris Careers page for more information.https://t.co/4pSn6mhTTP

09/12/22

Just posted a photo @ St Margaret's, Westminster https://t.co/6XhyK1BYKj

08/12/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/3HRpblx46i

06/12/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/IP40OvruvK

06/12/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/VjhIN4Y0NF

06/12/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/PSX6wsO31z

01/12/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/H3uxm1XjNX

23/11/22

Just posted a photo https://t.co/G6o1u1IqMY

23/11/22

Just posted a photo https://t.co/4xTkfbpjXF

19/11/22

stARTing the weekend right https://t.co/ZVSLLKINVe

19/11/22

CPD for Art History teachers led by our very own Rosa Goodman https://t.co/CbDXMWLgN8

19/11/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/RKUpTRqmgm

19/11/22

Just posted a photo https://t.co/66Fa2bC5LP

15/11/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster Abbey https://t.co/tJp2YKrNRa

07/11/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/RKUpTRqmgm

03/11/22

Just posted a photo @ Westminster https://t.co/hwEJAfBNcc

02/07/21

What has been happening this week: https://t.co/09DaL2DhkQFeaturing workshops on sustainability, a reflection on the privilege of education and the Judgement of Paris

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

Clapham

Croydon

Greenwich

Haringey

Havering

Merton

Newham

Southwark

Stratford

Sutton

Thurrock

Wandsworth

Westminster

Willesden

Core Maths and the Extended Project Qualification

A combined programme of Core Maths and the Extended Project Qualification invites students to develop skills that will be crucial later in life. In Year 12 students will study both subjects and will sit their Core Maths examination at the end of the year. In Year 13 students will solely focus on their Extended Project. 

Core Maths

Core Maths offers students the opportunity to build their mathematics knowledge to a higher level, with a focus on the use and application of mathematics and statistics.  It has been designed to maintain and develop real-life mathematical skills. What students study is not purely theoretical or abstract; it can be applied on a day-to-day basis, whether in work, study or life. 

“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”
Marie Curie

 


Extended Project Qualification (Edexcel)

The Extended Project is designed to teach skills in independent learning, thinking, research, discussion and debate. It is fun, challenging and exciting and it is excellent as a preparation for university and working life. It promotes the development of capacities for independent learning, research and critical thinking.
 
Students are able to choose from two different project types: Dissertation or Artefact. Within these a free choice of title or project brief gives students an exciting and enjoyable opportunity to work on and learn about topics which are related to their personal interests and plans for the future. This is especially valuable for students who wish to read a subject at university which is not a taught A Level, allowing valuable research into their chosen subject area.
 
A high graded Extended Project Qualification can lead to a reduced offer from many Russell Group Universities including Birmingham, Liverpool, Sheffield and Southampton.
 
“The book is to the brain as the tool is to the hand.”
Paul Otlet