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26/05/22

We've been in touch with and can confirm this damage was not caused by students. We take vandalism & anti-social behaviour very seriously, and glad to hear that our students are meeting our standards. Do get in touch if you have any further concerns

25/05/22

Great turnout for the football tournament, completely organised by the year 9 Sports Leaders! Dodgeball is up next on the 8th May! 🎉 https://t.co/OY2sF3Y1E8

21/05/22

30 - 40 mins

21/05/22

And the mini bus is off!! https://t.co/Gh6DfUf6SP

21/05/22

And they are off! https://t.co/qeP1JFdK8C

21/05/22

Tents and coming and the groups are getting ready to walk! https://t.co/xOMoUzdlbo

21/05/22

Good morning! Students are up (no alarm required with the sun) and getting ready to start day two. https://t.co/xRWKEuJnA4

20/05/22

Night night https://t.co/SmTf9j3Nqv

20/05/22

This is what D of E is about. No technology, the great outdoors come rain or shine. Back to basics! https://t.co/B1q4s26ine

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2020-2021 Sixth Form Success

HARRIS ACADEMY OCKENDON CELEBRATES RECORD-BREAKING POST-16 RESULTS

Students and staff at Harris Academy Ockendon are celebrating today after its students have received a record-breaking set of A-level and Vocational qualification results. After what has been an exceptionally challenging two years for students in year 13, all the staff at the academy are incredibly proud of the resilience and tenacity demonstrated by all students receiving their results today.

A level results improved from last year and were once again the best the Academy has ever received, with the average grade awarded to students being a B. For the second consecutive year the academy celebrates a 100% pass rate for all entries, 83% of grades were awarded a C or above and over a third of all grades were A*/A. The value-added score is +0.95, therefore on average students were awarded just short of an entire grade above their target grade. A remarkable achievement. Students performed particularly well in disciplines such as Art, Economics, English Language & Literature, History, Mathematics and Religious Studies where the average grade achieved was a B, and Biology, Financial Studies, Law, Psychology and Sociology where the average grade achieved was a C+, demonstrating strong performances in demanding subjects.

Our Vocational students in BTEC Sport, and Enterprise and Entrepreneurship also performed to an exceptionally high standard, achieving an average grade of Distinction*- and a value-added score of +1.36, indicating students on average were awarded over 1 grade above their target; a stunning result.

The Academy’s notable successes include:

  • Emma Burroughs who achieved A*A*A and will be going on to read Biosciences at Imperial College, London
  • Emily Fall who achieved A* A Distinction* and will be going on to read Law at the University of Warwick 
  • Megan Kelly who achieved A*, A, Distinction *, and has secured employment with Aretian Wealth Management based in London
  • Kacia Matthieu who achieved A* A* A* and will be going on to read Sociology at Loughborough University 
  • Summer-Marie Sandy who achieved A* A Distinction* and will be going on to read Law with Philosophy at the University of Essex
  • Ronnie Young who achieved A*A* A and will be going on to read Mathematics at the University of York

Ms Rainey, the Academy’s Principal, said:

Despite a challenging two years, students at Harris Academy Ockendon have gained great results. These results are a testament to the hard work of students, staff and the consistent approach of the academy. Against very challenging circumstances the hard work and dedication of our students has shone through. Students have not had the Year 13 they imagined but they can look forward proudly to a very bright future.