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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Pathways, Careers & Beyond the Classroom

Pathways and careers work with our students is integrated into the fabric of our Sixth Form. Click HERE to read about some of the recent activities.

In addition to the Federation Harris Experience Advanced opportunities, screenings and virtual workshops, all our students are regularly involved in local, community or interest-specific sessions facilitated by external and internal professionals. For example:

As a student in our sixth form, you will be given the opportunity to take part in a range of enrichment activities. 

Examples of pathways provision

We encourage and expand our students’ interests through stranded careers and pathways provision. 

  • Behind Every Kick: to develop individuals holistically and focus on their ambitions, opportunities and self-presentation (eight students involved long-term, with 20+ involved in several sessions)
  • Home Cooked: 16 students have been trained and employed as research analysts, using their skills to assess local community priorities and support across the academic year and beyond in the Godwin Lawson Foundation grants and project decisions
  • Financial literacy, employability and enterprise programme with NLPC – 15-20 students will begin this 12-week programme
  • Tottenham Spurs Employability programme
  • Social sciences and project-management focussed careers insights and visits through the Wellcome Trust and Wellcome Collection
  • NHS mentoring – support on issues and careers interests individually highlighted by participants
  • Link work and work experience with Fernlea Medical Practice
  • Women in Finance – long-term support for maths/economics female students. Expert support from PhD students after the programme is complete which will run into Year 13.
  • Locker Room – personal development and aspiration building among young males, with a focus on toxic masculinity, in partnership with Kinetic.
  • Clifford Chance law firm link
  • Midwifery and Medical careers insight events

Our entire cohort have trips to help them make secure choices about their future studies and careers:

  • Tottenham Stadium Careers Fair 
  • University trip for all of Year 12 based on pathways interests, to universities such as Hertfordshire, Oxford, Brighton, Loughborough and UEL 
  • LMH trip with Haringey council

We have guests from various universities to offer support on the following areas:

  • Personal statements
  • UCAS applications
  • Accommodation
  • Finance
  • Summer schools

And also guests from Access Aspiration who offer sessions on:

  • CVs
  • Writing statements for future work opportunities  

Finally, we share, promote and support with applications to numerous mentoring and pathways programmes:

  • We were very glad to have the highest application rate (25%) in the Federation for the Social Mobility Foundation
  • IGY Scolarships
  • Capgemini virtual work experience
  • The Dyson Institute apprenticeship programme
  • Levelling Up with Imperial College London
  • Meet the Researcher webinars
  • Bonas McFarlane programme
  • Stephenson Harwood scholarships
  • PwC Flying Start programme
  • UCFB degree programmes
  • Future Foundations with Bertha Earth (BE Changemakers)
  • Oxbridge mentoring scheme
  • Oxford University UNIQ Summer Schools
  • Goldman Sachs apprenticeships
  • BBC apprenticeships
  • Insight days: Macquarie (Investment Banking), Addleshaw Goddard (Law), Johnson Matthey (Global science and chemicals), UCB (Pharmaceutical)

Extended Project Qualification

The Level 3 Extended Project allows learners to study a topic of their choice in great depth, extending their learning in the chosen area of study and developing highly desirable skills which will help prepare students for either University study or the world of work.  

This is an AS qualification so and students receive UCAS points. The Extended Project gives students an opportunity to manage and conduct their own research and investigate areas of interest about which they are passionate. Find out more.

University access courses/mentoring

Through our links within the Harris Federation, there are opportunities to work with leading universities, including Kings College and Imperial College, and leading professional organisations, based in and around the city.

Student leadership

Sixth Form students have the opportunity to join our Student Voice and take a leading role in our Leadership Group. There are a wealth of leadership opportunities working with the lower school through our mentoring and community outreach programmes.