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19/10/17

Year 7 and Year 11 Parents’ consultation meeting on Thursday 19th October from 4.30pm to 7.30pm https://t.co/0q0ZMi5BsU

19/10/17

Year 8 landscape pictures working from traditional Japanese woodblock prints. Looking at the Japanese artists Hiroshige and Hokusai. https://t.co/rmF2fk90Iy

19/10/17

A great day at Christie'e Education yesterday with our year 9 pupils and Mrs Rowell as part of the Harris Experience! https://t.co/vOdxRWVcFa

17/10/17

Year 7 and Year 11 Parents’ consultation meeting on Thursday 19th October from 4.30pm to 7.30pm https://t.co/qsJAkykKnk

17/10/17

Students making the classic frog project in Product Design. https://t.co/WpRNqLwH3S

17/10/17

Congratulations to the U14 team who represented Havering at the Netball National Schools County round yesterday. https://t.co/ryOwa3Obhw

13/10/17

To learn more about Progress 8, the government’s new performance measure for Year 11, please click here: https://t.co/ir6ZXMVimM

13/10/17

ranked in top 11% nationally for GCSE results and 2nd in Havering on Progress 8 score. What a fantastic achievement! https://t.co/LZ5lxsO4dV

13/10/17

Year11 girls PE lesson at Ingrebourne Golf Club https://t.co/NgHpvh4igM

12/10/17

Year 7 and Year 11 Parents’ consultation meeting on Thursday 19th October from 4.30pm to 7.30pm https://t.co/XssOPhDTgp

11/10/17

Year 8 student, Scarlett Payne with her pull along toy. Designed and developed in Product Design https://t.co/NbDglAOEnF

11/10/17

Year 10 student Esther Showemimo and her prototype of a laughing box, made in Product Design. https://t.co/CPipkq9Wty

10/10/17

Congratulations to our choir representatives Alicia Cornish, Maddie Stephenson and Maria Hussain at the Harris Federation Conference. https://t.co/CL1MPUTmwL

10/10/17

FILM CLUB - starts Tuesday 17th October 3.40pm- 5pm in the Main Hall https://t.co/wR1vU6Y9oW

05/10/17

Fantastic turn out for our Open Evening this week. We hope our visitors enjoyed their time here https://t.co/Ann9fPPRqp

05/10/17

Fact of the day - The first product to have a barcode was Wrigley's chewing gum.

04/10/17

Fantastic Year 11 Artwork with pineapple skin drawings and clay https://t.co/l3XQRWJy0I

04/10/17

INSET Day - Monday 9th October 2017. School closed to students https://t.co/45t4mP7LyN

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.

Free School Meals

Your child may be entitled to free school meals or a premium to assist with their education.

If eligible, you are not obliged to accept the free school meals for your child if you wish to make other arrangements, but we do want to encourage applications as the additional funding gained would still benefit education provision at the school and help with tuition, resources, coaching and extra assistance.

To find out if your child is entitled please follow the 'Free School Meals' link.

The basic information is also reproduced below;

Pupil Premium is a Government grant which is paid to schools / academies.  It is allocated for children from low-income families who are currently known to be eligible for Free School Meals or to children who have been looked after continuously (in Local Authority care) for more than six months.  This grant was introduced in April 2011 and information is taken from a Data Collection from all school’s called the School Census.

Entitled families that register for Free School Meals (even if the meals are not eaten) means that extra funds are allocated to the school to provide valuable support like extra tuition, additional teaching staff or after school activities to eligible students.

If you are in receipt of any of the benefits listed below, you may be able to apply for Free School Meals:-

  • Income Support
  • Income-based jobseekers Allowance
  • Support from NASS (National Asylum Support Service) under part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
  • The guarantee element of state Pension Credit
  • Child tax Credit (with no Working Tax Credit) with an annual income of no more than £16,190
  • Working Tax Credit run-on
  • Universal Credit