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27/05/22

thanks so much to primary parents for joining us at show my learning this morning. We loved showing you our learning

27/05/22

The calm before the storm or the geography A Level & GCSE Chemistry papers… https://t.co/aeiaPTXYhA

25/05/22

Sporting Success ! https://t.co/kGDvjPKFFC

25/05/22

Two of our students Brave and Josh attended - they are shining stars and will surely set the world alight - far right of picture. Thank you as ever to | https://t.co/2NxHW6rA9I

24/05/22

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Thank you for supporting by loaning us this amazing full kit of steel pans. We are so grateful! https://t.co/ezNqHU6Pz7

19/05/22

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- Exec Principle talking to us about . “We are furnishing children with choice… Russell group uni or apprenticeship, I don’t mind as long as they have choice”. https://t.co/Ml00DH7rM1

19/05/22

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Thanks for having us today! Really looking forward to visiting again soon! https://t.co/n4YxGz0VV1

18/05/22

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Pressure to do well in exams can be overwhelming and affect your mental health. Here's our advice if it's all getting a bit too much. https://t.co/g3HxSvdNVW

18/05/22

Today marks the first GCSE public English Language examination since May 2019. We wish all our students the very best as they open their papers in just under 60 minutes. hearty scholar’s breakfast of croissants & orange juice to get them going. https://t.co/Rota3XULj7

14/05/22

Very well done https://t.co/B93bOwtsWZ

12/05/22

We’re in! Doing v well

11/05/22

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

These confident, young children have been absolute superstars this week! 🌟 We’re so impressed with their resilience, determination and ability to stay calm. 😁Five down, one to go 🤞. Good luck Year 6!! 🍀 https://t.co/dwygz9M46W

08/05/22

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A palpable hit https://t.co/ihEisQGryl

06/05/22

So very good to see the new multi weather and multi use turf getting its first sunshine | thanks to https://t.co/Kvv0Jr7b7p

06/05/22

A palpable hit https://t.co/ihEisQGryl

05/05/22

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The brilliant hosting his afterschool hip hop club for key stage 2 for https://t.co/Us10WfQQwq

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.

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Our House System 2020-21

Each pupil represents one of our five established houses – Drew (blue), Franklin (green), Jemison (purple), Pythagoras (yellow) and Turing (red).

Each house is named after a famous mathematician or scientist who embody our core values, reflecting our Academy specialism. Students are ambassadors for their house and feel a sense of belonging to our community.


Head of Drew House – Edward Chandler

Bio - Charles Richard Drew (June 3, 1904 – April 1, 1950) was an American surgeon and medical researcher. He researched in the field of blood transfusions, developing improved techniques for blood storage.

House pledge - We communicate effectively and collaborate in order to better ourselves and those around us.We arepunctual,professionalandpoliteatalltimes. We recognise that there are no lim itations on our dreams and aspirations.

“Excellence of performance will transcend artificial barriers created by man.” Charles Drew


Head of Franklin House – Samuel Tailby

Bio - Rosalind Elsie Franklin (25 July 1920 – 16 April 1958) was an English chemist and X-ray crystallographer whose work was central to the understanding of the molecular structures of DNA.

House pledge - We endeavour through being open minded and resilient. We enjoy through being inquisitive and passionate about our learning. We excel through setting ourselves ambitious targets and having pride in our achievements.

“In my view, all that is necessary for faith is the belief that by doing our best we shall succeed in our aims: the improvement of mankind.” Rosalind Franklin


Head of Jemison House – Megan Greet

Bio – Mae Carol Jemison (born October 17, 1956) is an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut, who became the first black woman to travel into space.

House pledge – We are fearless pioneers, who are prepared to do things differently to exceed expectations of us. We know that success comes from being self- aware and resilient: setting SMART goals and persevering with them.

“Never limit yourself because of others' limited imagination; never limit others because of your own limited imagination.” Mae Jemison


Head of Pythagoras House – Melissa Gough

Bio – Pythagoras of Samos (c. 570 – c. 495 BC) was an ancient Greek philosopher and the founder of Pythagoreanism .

House pledge – We are supportive role models who care and encourage others. We enjoy being a part of a creative and expressive family. We excel by taking risks to exceed expectations and build the confidence to succeed.

“Friends are as companions on a journey, who ought to aid each other to persevere in the road to a happier life.” Pythagoras of Samos


Head of Turing House – Sait Kacar

Bio – Alan Turing (June 23 1912 – June 7 1954) was an English m athem atician. During WW2, he was instrumental in breaking the German Enigma code, leading to Allied victory over Nazi Germany.

House pledge – We strive towards success no matter what challenges we face, so that we can be the very best version of ourselves. We are compassionate and understanding, we listen to and learn from one another. We are humble champions.

“We can only see a short distance ahead, but we can see plenty there that needs to be done.” Alan Turing


House charities

At HATO we empower students to raise awareness and money for five chosen charities across the academic year – Childline, CentrePoint, RSPCA, British Red Cross and Mind. Pupils deliver assemblies, create posters and collect goods for local food banks.


Inter-house competition

Each term pupils compete to lift the House Cup. This is decided on a combination of factors: behaviour, attendance, punctuality and extra-curricular involvement. Across the next academic year competitions will take place in various forms such as football, debate, dance and basketball.

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