Thank you and it was great being there today.


We are so delighted to welcome to Harris Tottenham tonight to lead our staff CPD tonight around County Lines


Can you guess what our primary assembly is about today?


As part of we were v proud to be shortlisted in the national safeguarding award category of the last night. This is in partnership working with some excellent schools in Haringey


1 in 5 parents are worried they won't be able to afford a present for their children this Christmas. Will you help send 17,000 festive book parcels to children who need them most? Donate £10 today to share the magic of books this Christmas.


Primary CPD this evening was focused on wellbeing with our Artist in Residence 🎨


25 reads tea party in full swing! 📖 We ❤️ reading!


The demolished factory site from the south facing side of our school


Our southern facade gets a more open outlook after the demolition of the building on Ashley Road.Let the light in


Have you experienced how students with can fall into a cycle of negative thinking 💭? Help them to focus on a time they coped well in a situation and think about why it worked for them. For tips on tackling low-level anxiety read our blog


Our friends are offering support for the local community to learn new skills- pop in and chat to one of the team!


It is academic review day in the primary phase tomorrow. Please join us with your child for their appointment with their class teacher. We will have pre-loved uniform on sale including FREE school shirts! 👔


Poppies on sale again in the primary playground this afternoon. Secondary pupils- you are VERY welcome to pop by otherwise they are also on sale during lunchtimes


Good morning everyone! Our Workshop Wednesday today is focused on Safeguarding. Come & meet our team & find out about the support on offer for pupils & families.


The end of a historic factory next to us. Sunlight breaking through the air created by the demolition


The end of a historic factory next to us. Sunlight breaking through the air created by the demolition


Our Year 6 poppy sellers are ready in the playground to sell poppies this afternoon for the


What do students think of our 6th Form


6th Form Open Evening sharing the vision for our charitable & industrial partnerships


PC Yucel and PC Sabrina visited us at HATO today to provide speed awareness training to our travel team. We are now ready to head out onto the road to provide speed awareness to the public

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16-19 Tuition Fund

The purpose of this statement is to set out how Harris Academy Tottenham Sixth Form will use its 16 to 19 tuition fund allocation to support students who have been academically disadvantaged due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

The 16 to 19 tuition fund is ring-fenced funding for schools, colleges and other 16 to 19 providers, made available to help them mitigate the disruption to learning arising from coronavirus (COVID-19), especially for pupils from economically deprived backgrounds (defined as students from the 27% most economically deprived areas of the country based on the Index of Multiple Deprivation) and specifically for those who have not yet achieved a grade 5 or above in English or Maths, but are enrolled on a level 3 course.

Specifically, it will be used to support small group tuition for students in Sciences, Social Sciences, CTEC Sport, Humanities, Computing and other courses where learning has been disrupted, as well as to support students whose learning in English and Mathematics at GCSE may have been affected; this will be in order to ensure they are ready for the demands of their Level 3 qualifications.

How will Harris Academy Tottenham Sixth Form use the 16 to 19 tuition fund?

The Sixth Form is committed to ensuring the tuition fund is used in accordance with the government’s guidance on the 16 to 19 tuition fund by providing small group tuition for students aged 16 to 19 who have not yet achieved a grade 5 or above in English and/or Maths. The provision will not be limited to tuition for English and Maths but will also be used to help progressing students on vocational courses where assessment may have been deferred because of lockdown. Students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) will also be supported by this provision. Tuition groups will comprise of no more than five students and the tuition sessions will be scheduled in addition to the planned programme of study hours already timetabled for the academic year 2022/23. Tuition and additional support may be delivered using a blend of online and in-person delivery and aims to improve levels of progress and achievement.

Examples of some of the small group tuition support on offer will include:

  • GCSE English and Mathematics intervention to ensure readiness and success of Level 3 qualifications
  • BTEC/CTEC assessment preparation
  • Vocational coursework “catch-up” sessions
  • Subject-specific exam preparation
  • General exam skills

Tuition support offered will be based on an individual needs assessment as identified through an appropriate diagnostic assessment. The funds will primarily be used to appoint appropriately qualified staff to run the groups alongside existing staff who will be remunerated for providing “catch up” sessions beyond the hours of the existing timetable.