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16/02/19

Retweetd From Mademoiselle M

Yesterday’s spelling bee practice was lots of fun! Proud of these two representing for Y8 French in the Spelling Bee competition. Great job ! 😊🇫🇷 https://t.co/WIm5TDKi6h

16/02/19

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Spelling bee mid-finals for spelling bee competition took place this week and jury was really impressed by our kids. Well done to pir finalists and happy half term! 😊🇫🇷 https://t.co/bC1QJsKr9M

15/02/19

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We wish all our , , and colleagues a restful half-term. Enjoy the sunshine while it lasts!🌞

15/02/19

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It’s very exciting to be opening our Sixth Form this year as part of . With our new artwork & study spaces being installed we are expanding the family once again as we welcome our Year 12 in September. We Know. We Can. We Will. https://t.co/8YuKMmkYyu

14/02/19

We agree with the Duchess

14/02/19

Proud to launch the work of within our academy | parents we hope you have received all the letters and emails outlining all our provision for better mental & emotional health https://t.co/B7ila5Bdo8

14/02/19

Retweetd From Anthony Spratt

World's tallest modular towers...in Croydon? Took this on my way to work this morning. To be fair they're quite hard to ignore https://t.co/c6uQPYGK4H

14/02/19

Students loved Spain and Granada “We finished off our day on a delicious “tapas” tour where, apart from eating the traditional dishes, students found out more about the history of the city... Tomorrow it is the Albaicin quarter & we’ll be dancing 💃 flamenco in the afternoon”

13/02/19

Cannabis use in teens linked to depression - BBC News https://t.co/HVXpPtqc9S

13/02/19

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Thank you for your support 🙏

13/02/19

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All set for College Academy fixture against Southampton! The team is supporting Football v Homophobia at today’s match 🌈👊 https://t.co/3QXXS1QPsN

13/02/19

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The traditions, festivals, mentality and lifestyle of the people of https://t.co/RF3uaKnkqk

13/02/19

Wonderful update from our Head of MFL out in Spain with children of South Norwood https://t.co/5O4Uttfmud

13/02/19

Beautiful architecture & animal life in Granada with children from HASN | sharing language across Europe https://t.co/aNkFLJJd0C

13/02/19

Year 11 NOTICE - what support can you get over half-term? https://t.co/welSYy5ITT

13/02/19

Retweetd From Mademoiselle M

Was the lucky recipient of a ticket to see the global exhibition on Nelson Mandela last night. So much to take in definitely deserves a second round! Thanks ! https://t.co/WOKCVplbSJ

13/02/19

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Have you been to the yet? Leave your comments below if you have... Info and tickets: https://t.co/wsb5zUh5Td https://t.co/6gKP1se7g1

12/02/19

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5 lucky teachers get to see the preview of the Nelson Mandela Exhibition | - inspired https://t.co/R8CDS0nw9v

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Posted on September 4th 2017

GCSE Results 2017 - News and Pictures

News articles 001At Harris Academy South Norwood, 39% of students achieved the EBacc suite of qualifications (A*-C or 4 and above in the core academic subjects), compared to 35% in the equivalent measure last year.


The academy achieved 81% grade 4 and above in English Literature. 72% of students gained a 4 or above in maths.

An impressive 18 English literature students achieved the new ‘super grade’ 9, while 5 students achieved a double 9 in English literature and English language. Indeed 40% of all grades in English were 7 or better. A genuinely remarkable achievement.

All students did really well and there were 19 students at the academy who gained seven or more As and A*s, but some notable individual successes included:

  • Shewana Islam – nine A*s
  • Maya Gannon – eight A*s and an A
  • Kimberley Bailey – six A*s and four As
  • Eliana O Oworu - five A*s and six As
  • Kamran Bhatti – four A*s and five As      

Student excitedly opening her gcse results

At Harris Academy Upper Norwood, 30% of students achieved the EBacc (A*-C or 4 and above in the core academic subjects).

There were some outstanding subject performances, with 42% of History students and 39% of Religious Studies students gaining A*-A.

Five students achieved seven As and A*s:

  • Samantha Murfett – five A*s and two As
  • Uzma Niazi – five A*s and five As 
  • Gopika Premkumar – six As and three A*s
  • Aila Shah – six As and four A*s
  • Ellie McEachron – seven As

News article 03Nick Soar, Executive Principal of Harris Academy South Norwood and Harris Academy Upper Norwood, said:

“Well done to all our students across Harris Academy South Norwood and Harris Academy Upper Norwood who have done themselves proud with this year’s results. I’m particularly pleased with their strong performance in light of the maths and English curriculum changes this year.

“We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and to the merging of our two schools.”

News article 004