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  • Harris celebrates National Apprenticeship Week

    21st February 2024

    We welcomed many companies and education providers to their careers fair on Wednesday 7 February. Students from Year 9 visited the stands to explore future pathways and to find information that would help them with their GCSE choices. Students from other year groups along with their families joined us after school.   Many companies and education providers were represented from engineering to charities, banking to the civil service. We also welcomed colleges, sports academies, sixth forms and universities. Volunteers talked to students about opportunities and their own career journeys.   We were pleased to welcome even more exhibitors to our Fair in 2024. There was a brilliant atmosphere with students and company ambassadors enthusiastic to talk about future options. We would like to thank those who volunteered to attend the fair. It was also great to see many Harris Alumni returning to inspire current students.   The Careers Fair was one of our activities during National Apprenticeship Week which aims to raise awareness of and celebrate apprenticeships. Harris was also visited by the Warwickshire College Group Grand Gazebo Tour. Students found out about apprenticeships and T Levels through activities such as bricklaying and VR headsets.    Please contact the Academy ( if you would like to join their Alumni Network or can support with the careers programme

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  • Admissions policy

    24th October 2023

    The Directors of the Diocese of Coventry Multi Academy Trust are currently determining proposed admission arrangements for admissions to its academies in September 2025. As determined by the School Admissions Code, we are required to consult on these arrangements at least once every 7 years or when significant changes are made, and are inviting comments on the proposed changes.   A copy of the covering letter and proposed admissions policy is available on our website at for your information. Alternatively if you require a hard copy of the policy please email to request. Whilst this is a trust wide policy, the individual school admissions arrangements are included as Appendix 1.   If you wish to comment on the proposed admissions arrangements, please send your response in writing for the attention of Louise Beale, either by post to the address at the bottom of the consultation letter or by email to Comments should be received by no later than 9am on Monday 18th December 2023.

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  • ICONS Peace Ambassadors

    3rd October 2023

    Over the course of three days a group of our year 8 Anti Bullying Ambassadors have trained to become International Cross Of Nails (ICONS) Peace Ambassadors.  The training took place at Coventry Cathedral and included the young people learning more about the history of the Cross of Nails and it's beginnings after the destruction of the original Cathedral during the war.  ICONS stands for International Cross of Nails Schools and is a network of primary and secondary schools around the world that have recognised the opportunity for introducing principles of peace, forgiveness, conflict transformation and reconciliation into their school communities and the training was built around these principles.   On the last day of the training our students were honoured to be asked to take part in the Litany of Reconciliation.  This takes place at 12 midday in ICON churches all over the world and is live streamed via the Cathedral Facebook page allowing viewers from all over the world to join in this powerful moment of unity and peace.          

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Iceland trip home safe. Expected time of arrival at Overslade Lane bus bay 10,.45 PM.
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