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Students from The Harris Experience visited University of Cambridge Gonville & Caius College today for some taster lectures amd a tour of the campus.


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Video which was created for the purpose of the spelling bee. Such a great feeling when you enthuse and encourage students through this event.Proud to be part of this experience


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Welcome to everyone from for tonight's Advance Project performance. A sneak peek from inside the rehearsal room


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A big thank you to the parents that attended the ‘Positive Me’ programme meeting yesterday. It was great to share the progress that is being made and discuss ways in which we can continue to support the children to the best of our ability.


Wow! Such wonderful celebrations for World Book Day! Well done to our Primary children for your amazing costumes this week!


Primary Students: We cannot wait to see your World Book Day Costumes!


We look forward to welcoming all students back to the Academy today (5th March) at 8.20am. Business as usual!


The Academy is partially closed today due to adverse weather conditions. We are closed to all students except Year 12/13. Please see website


The Academy will be closed today (1st March) due to adverse weather conditions.


The Academy is open as usual today.


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An amazing first session with the wonderful Year 2 children . We explored the importance of kind and positive behaviour as part of our ‘Positive Me’ programme. Some lovely feedback from the children. Looking forward to our next session already.


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Off to Academy this morning to deliver an assembly with on all things


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Brilliant sessions and today. Only week 2 and already some fantastic progress being made. Helping Young People Grow 💪🏻


It was really great to have students at Priscilla Wakefield house this week, to perform for the residents.


Such a successful Winter Show last week - huge thank you to Ms O'Keeffe and the Performing Arts team for an outstanding production!


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Looking back on our visit to with our Year 10 students last week - a fantastic time had by all!


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Tickets selling fast for this years Winter Concert. Hope to see you there!


Retweetd From Harris Tottenham Sixth Form

Great to be at today for the Post 16 event. Very much hope to see you at our forthcoming events.


Great speeches for our Student Parliament elections across the whole Academy last week! Well done to all!

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.


“There are three types of students. Some make wonders happen, some watch wonders happen and some wonder what will happen.” 



Have you considered how often we experience STEM in our lives? Science is our natural world, sun, moon and stars…lands and oceans…weather, natural disasters, the diversity of nature, animals (large, small, microbial)…plants and food…the fuel that heats our homes and powers transportation…The list is almost endless. In today’s world, technology means computers and smartphones, but it goes back to television, radio, microscopes, telegraph, telescopes, the compass, and even the first wheel. Yes, engineering designs buildings, roads, and bridges, but it also tackles today’s challenges of transportation, global warming and environment-friendly machines, appliances and systems. We only have to look around to see what improvements to our lives and our homes have been engineered in the last decade alone. We encounter mathematics at the grocery store, the bank, on tax forms, in dealing with investments and the family budget. Every other STEM field depends on mathematics. STEM is important, because it pervades every aspect of our daily lives.

Here at Harris Academy Tottenham we aim to set projects for students that will allow them to develop their skills and stretch their imagination to problem solve and create solutions. Harris Tottenham has close links with STEMNET and other STEM Educational organizations, this allows our pupils further opportunities that they may not necessary get exposure to in a traditional school. We also aim to work with upcoming Digital Technological companies based in Haringey to enhance the pupil experience, so they can gain a better understanding of the importance of STEM in their future.




Mr A Johnson

Ms S Sen

Ms L Youens

Mr R Higgs

Ms S Dalati

Ms F D'Alessio

Mr R Upton

Mr E Cepe

Mr M Swapp

Mr A Richardson



Key Stage 3

In Year 7 students will focus on developing their Inter-personal skills, through engaging in challenges and several projects through the year and showcase the skills that they had gained by creating presentations, posters, videos etc. The work created will be assessed by their peers and teacher which would help form a STEM skill target. Their ability to work effectively in a team, communicate with their peers, use their imagination and build prototypes for their ideas, turning them into reality.

In Year 8 pupils will be given responsibility for organizing, and planning events in school and getting involved with projects in the community. The selection of projects run in Year 8 will largely focus on the skills that they require for their future. The highlight for pupils in Year 8 would be the final project of the year, where they will plan and organize HATO’s Annual Cultural Evening. This will require them to liaise with staff members, community members, other pupils to put on a show that displays the diversity at HATO.

Extra Curricular

STEM Club - Wednesday Evening - SC2


STEM Enrichment - Model Planes and Cars

Useful Resources

Independent Learning Resources

ILT will be mostly based around research and planning. Students are expected to research tested methods via the internet, library or by talking to friends and family.  Information that they collect from ILTs can be used in class to help improve their planning and building stages of the project.


All details to be posted on 'Show my Homework'.