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20/10/17

Year 11 mock examinations continue and Year 13 mock examinations commence after half term https://t.co/J8nt6Z1IK0

20/10/17

Year 9 music students working hard on the James Bond theme https://t.co/buL9kY4zvB

20/10/17

Our Enrichment and Extension Programme for Autumn 2 has just been published on our website https://t.co/LzacD88L7X

20/10/17

Some fantastic work in progress by Year 8 developing their artistic skills by recreating the works of Austrian Artist Hundertwasser. https://t.co/JJzmMSIKfq

20/10/17

Year 11 Half Term Booster Sessions are taking place - please see link for timetable. https://t.co/EETj9gjHL6

19/10/17

Tonight is Year 7 Meet the Tutor Evening. Please arrive at 5:15pm. We look forward to welcoming all Year 7 Parents and Carers.

19/10/17

Sixth form Art students visit , the prestigious exhibition followed by in Postman’s Park https://t.co/VG7r8TrpZb

18/10/17

Year 11 Mock Exams - working hard. https://t.co/BjQHsvIetL

16/10/17

Year 7 Meet the Tutor Evening is Thursday 19 October. Please arrive at 5:15pm. We look forward to welcoming all Year 7 Parents and Carers.

16/10/17

Year 13 Medicine and Cambridge University UCAS applications have been submitted. Well done to our students!

16/10/17

Year 9 were well prepared for their Of Mice and Men assessment this week and worked really hard. Well done! https://t.co/m2g8l6f0Bu

12/10/17

Retweetd From Mr Osborne

Wonderful https://t.co/VrsqF4LZgb

12/10/17

Retweetd From Kerry Rogers

Brilliant to hear Mr Duda performing . Thanks for having us & letting us try the pianos! https://t.co/nfcegyZyOg

11/10/17

Retweetd From Kerry Rogers

Thanks so much to for your very generous donation of a cello to . We really appreciate your support! https://t.co/L0lk1L7CR1

10/10/17

We look forward to welcoming Year 6 Parents and Carers at our Open Morning on Wednesday 11th October 9:00am-10:15am.

10/10/17

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Fantastic to meet our latest Year 9 Harris Experience cohort! The future looks very bright https://t.co/tYLvJQwDj7

09/10/17

Retweetd From Kerry Rogers

Team Peckham! So glad to have performed as part of the choir at the conference today. https://t.co/Vi355PzUxo

09/10/17

students performing at conference https://t.co/Jsy1mFcHME

05/10/17

We look forward to welcoming you to our Open Evening today at 4:30pm. https://t.co/aoK29T3lXE

04/10/17

Reminder: Monday 9th October is Federation inset day. The Academy will be closed to all students.

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Posted on August 25th 2016

GCSE Success

Students at Harris Academy Peckham are celebrating improved GCSE results.  A*- C grades in both English and Maths are eight percentage points higher than last summer.

This year, the government has introduced a new performance measure called Progress 8   which indicates the progress made by students in secondary school across eight key subjects. Based on 2015 national averages, Harris Academy Peckham’s score is likely to be 0.35. This is higher than the national average which is always set at 0.

A fifth of students (22%) achieved the Ebacc, which means that they got good passes in all of the core academic subjects.

The academy’s top performing pupils include:

  • Andrei Dima achieved 11 GCSEs – 4 A*+ 7A
  • Otis Aarts   achieved  10 GCSEs including 3 A* and 5As
  • Daniel Adesuru has been awarded a place at the highly selective King's College London Mathematical School after achieving outstanding GCSE results in 10 subjects at Harris Peckham including 3A* and 5 As

Carol-Anne Alcock, Principal of the Academy congratulated students and staff:

“This year’s results reflect the aspirations of our students and their families, and the talent and dedication of our staff.  We will continue to improve, but the Academy has come a long way from its beginnings, when it was one of the worst schools in the country”.