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20/11/17

Just a reminder we have our sixth form open evening this Thursday evening from 6pm- All welcome 😁

12/11/17

Retweetd From Chicken & Frog

and Michelle Harrison https://t.co/wsQ01XT1FF

09/11/17

Retweetd From HACH BEC

How about a retweet to raise awareness of our twitter account?

20/10/17

Happy half term everyone 👍🏻 see you all back on Monday 6th November

20/10/17

Retweetd From HACH PE DEPT

Year 7 5-a-side borough champions!!! Mr Bridges https://t.co/Bn0t47Dy1i

20/10/17

Half term intervention for year 11 https://t.co/RBzd3XWtHh

19/10/17

Retweetd From NELFT ScHS Thurrock

Student drop-ins at lunch time today & with Kerrie W, with Kerry C 🗣️👂

12/10/17

Retweetd From NELFT ScHS Thurrock

Student drop-ins at lunch time today at and 🗣️👂

06/10/17

Just a reminder no pupils are to attend school on Monday- Inset Day

06/10/17

Retweetd From HACH Geography

Our year 7s loved their map skills lesson today 👍🏻🌍 https://t.co/iasXKSg8I4

05/10/17

We are ready for our futures evening ✅ https://t.co/uPLFPiFyri

05/10/17

Futures evening tonight for our year 11s 📚 5:30 until 8:30 👍🏻

05/10/17

Retweetd From Palmer's College

Looking forward to attending the Careers Fair at 6.30-8.30pm. Come & see what Palmer's can offer you!

05/10/17

Retweetd From National College

Meeting young people at and tonight talking about careers in creative industries!

04/10/17

Retweetd From Gloriana QRB

The crews return.... https://t.co/fZ4slcpt7k

04/10/17

Retweetd From Harris Federation

achievers day winners with the ultimate prize of rowing Gloriana, The Queen’s Row Barge congratulations! https://t.co/oJbQO0EIHe

04/10/17

Careers event for our year 10s today 👍🏻 https://t.co/zNZBcISb2a

03/10/17

Just a reminder we have an inset day on Monday 9th October https://t.co/3dPrgQIfpl

29/09/17

Retweetd From Danielle Ledingham

Year 9s beginning their journey & today listening to Nikki King talking about women in business https://t.co/NLqktNGWH8

28/09/17

Hope you enjoyed it 👍🏻

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.

2017 GCSE results

Students at HACH continue to excel in their GCSE examinations. It was a pleasure to see them opening their results with excitement today. We would like to share with you the following highlights:

 

·         The average grade for all students at GCSE in 2017 was B overall

·         84% of students secured at least the new level 4 pass in English and 78% in maths

·         30% of GCSEs taken resulted in a  grade A/A* or  7 -9, the government’s new initiative for higher grades; this includes examinations in English and maths

·         Indeed, almost 20% of students achieved 8 or more A/A* (or level 7-9) grades overall, with 11% achieving 10 or more of the highest grades

·         40% of students achieved the government’s ebacc measure

·         The academy continues to champion lower ability, disadvantaged and SEN students, all of whom have enjoyed great success.

 

 

  

 

We would like to highlight the performance of some exceptional students:

 

Fope Adedeji : 12 A*s and As

Jan Atik : 13 A*s and As

Ryan Bennett:  11 A*s and As

Harry Blackburn:  10 A*s and As

Jessica Chan:  11 A*s and As

Tong Chan:  14 A*s and As

Tamika Ekpang: 10A*s and As

Ellie Gowrley:  14 A*s and As

Ciaran Gunning:  12 A*s and As

Joseph Kaley:  11 A*s and As

Rachel Lam:  11 A*s and As

Sarah Lam:  13 A*s and As

Vanessa Oshahova:  11 A*s and As

Daniel Simms: 13 A*s

Annabel Speers:  13 A*s and As

Benjamin Udrzal:  12 A*s and As

Owoche Unogwu: 11 A*s and As

Elliot Walker: 12 A*s and As

Harrison Walker:  14 A*s and As

 

 

(Grades 7-9 in Maths & English are included as A/A*)

 

A number of our Year Ten students have taken GCSE examinations and have also achieved very highly, which will give them a strong start to Year Eleven. 40% of the students who sat Sociology GCSE achieved an A/A* grade and 32% of those taking Media Studies also secured an A/A* grade. Furthermore, a small cohort of Year Ten students sat examinations in Latin for the first time in the history of the school, all achieving an A*grade.

 

Congratulations to all of our wonderful students!