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21/05/18

Announcing the amazing HCACP Instrumental Concert. Thursday 24th of May. 17:30 to 18:30. Everyone is welcome to our evening of musical magic. https://t.co/myDbstmzb8

21/05/18

Events taking place at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace this week. https://t.co/J0yySwOtqJ

19/05/18

Another successful English residential revision trip with Year 11, lots of ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ revision and practice questions and a quick time out for some laser tag and aero-ball! https://t.co/9ijsA4uOlM

17/05/18

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Are you passionate about health, sport & fitness? Apply to in our family of academies! We still have a few places left for Sept'18 so there's no time to waste! Apply via UCAS 1TZ & ! https://t.co/SSF6mtD67U

17/05/18

Bushcraft 2018 - Pre breakfast briefing - 7.00am after a lovely evening https://t.co/X1SLhLaU2x

16/05/18

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Could you inspire students in ? We still have places available on our programme for Sept'18! Don't hesitate, apply via UCAS 1TZ today! &T https://t.co/W9KMI5oxCk

16/05/18

Well done! We’re very proud you.

16/05/18

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Congratulations to the Yr7 boys athletics team on winning the Athletics Championship today. Becoming the first state school to win this trophy https://t.co/WUOBlUxics

16/05/18

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The Yr9/10 boys relay https://t.co/ywnKmbiubr

16/05/18

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Well to all boys who took part in the Surrey round of the ESAA track and field cup. Some excellent performances beating some very talented schools in the process. 🏃‍♂️ https://t.co/Lvz7S25rva

16/05/18

Students arrived safely at Bushcraft! Shelter building this afternoon. https://t.co/9k5rOrvzO5

15/05/18

Announcing the amazing HCACP Instrumental Concert. Thursday 24th of May. 17:30 to 18:30. Everyone is welcome to our evening of musical magic. https://t.co/9CaJeMfI39

14/05/18

Parents and Carers - PTFA Meeting at HCACP - Tuesday 15th May - 6pm. Hope to see many of you there

14/05/18

HCACP welcomes back the incomparably dynamic motivational node that is for today's Yr11 and P16 assemblies...stress busting was never so much fun https://t.co/mJMaHGCEB3

14/05/18

Events taking place at Harris City Academy Crystal Palace this week. https://t.co/J0yySwOtqJ

10/05/18

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Please RT: Pleased to announce the launching of our London based Athletics Academy in partnership with Open to athletes wanting to 📝📖& 🏃🏽‍♂️🏃‍♀️🏋🏻‍♀️🏋🏾‍♂️ with us... Info Day 1st June 12:00 https://t.co/ZoGs9QraFN

10/05/18

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Well done to all Yr7 and 8 students who participated in today’s fixture against Sutton and Wallington Grammar. Some very promising performances. https://t.co/duG5Z0bdnn

08/05/18

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Well done to all Yr9 and 10 students who took part in today’s borough athletics. Lots of medals and promising performances. Great to see so many new faces stepping in at the last minute too. 🥇 🥈 🥉 🏃‍♂️ 🏃‍♀️ https://t.co/qcIBSZe5Gl

08/05/18

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Well done to the Yr7 girls football team on being crowned champions this year. https://t.co/Ku5jeWyzO3

08/05/18

Announcing the amazing HCACP Instrumental Concert. Thursday 24th of May. 17:30 to 18:30. Everyone is welcome to our evening of musical magic. https://t.co/KRJhm6iK6A

Harris Academies
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Mathematics

Year 7 Overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Unit 1: Number Lego
Unit 2: Place Value and Powers of 10
Unit 3: Rounding and Estimating
Unit 4: Calculations
Unit 5: Multiplication and Division
Unit 6: Proportional Reasoning
 
Overview Spring Term:
Unit 7: Factors, Multiples and Prime
Unit 8: More Calculations
Unit 9: Introduction to Algebra
Unit 10: Solving Equations
Unit 11: Basic Angles
Unit 12: Properties of Shapes
 
Overview Summer Term:
Unit 13: Fractions
Unit 14: Percentages
Unit 15: Introduction to Graphs
Unit 16: Data
Unit 17: Graphs and Charts
Unit 18: Mean and Range
 

Assessments:

Federation  tests: w/c 16th October, w/c 19th February, w/c 4th June
 

Homework:

Once per week on average
Instructions on Show My Homework

 

Events and Trips:

UKMT Junior Individual and Team Challenges
March Maths Month
Maths Study Support Club (Wednesday 3.40-4.30 in B304)

 

Other resources:

Websites:
MathsWatch: www.mathswatchvle.com
Hegarty Maths: www.hegartymaths.com

Year 8 Overview

 
Overview Autumn Term:
Unit 1: Algebraic Indices
Unit 2: Expressions and Substitution
Unit 3: Percentages
Unit 4: Proportional Reasoning
Unit 5: Units and Conversion
Unit 6: Area and Perimeter
 
Overview Spring Term:

Unit 7: Solving Equations
Unit 8: Circles
Unit 9: Ratio
Unit 10: Fractions
Unit 11: Probability
Unit 12: Powers and Roots

 
Overview Summer Term:
Unit 13: Pythagoras's Theorem
Unit 14: Sequences
Unit 15: Volume
Unit 16: Constructions
Unit 17: Congruence and Similarity
Unit 18: Median and Mode
 

Assessments:

Federation  tests: w/c 16th October, w/c 19th February, w/c 4th June
 

Homework:

Once per week on average
Instructions on Show My Homework

 

Events and Trips:

UKMT Junior Individual and Team Challenges
March Maths Month
Maths Study Support Club (Wednesday 3.40-4.30 in B304)

 

Other resources:

Websites:
MyMaths: www.mymaths.co.uk (harriscp, eagle)
MathsWatch: www.mathswatchvle.com
Hegarty Maths: www.hegartymaths.com
 

Year 9 Overview

 

HIGHER TIER ROUTE (Sets 1-5)

 
Overview Autumn Term:

Unit 1: Basic Number
Unit 2: Factors and Multiples
Unit 3: Angles
Unit 4: Scale Diagrams and Bearings
Unit 5: Basic Algebra Review
Unit 6: Basic Fractions
Unit 7: Basic Decimals
Unit 8: Coordinates and Linear Graphs
Unit 9: Rounding
Unit 10: Collecting and Representing Data

 
Overview Spring Term:

Unit 11: Sequences
Unit 12: Basic Percentage
Unit 13: Perimeter and Area
Unit 14: Real Life Graphs
Unit 15: Circumference and Area
Unit 16: Ratio and Proportion

Overview Summer Term:

Unit 17: Equations
Unit 18: Basic Probability
Unit 19: Scatter Graphs
Unit 20: Standard Form
Unit 21: Transformation
Unit 22: Constructions and Loci
Unit 23: 2D Representation of 3D Shapes 

FOUNDATION TIER ROUTE (Sets 6-7)
 
Overview Autumn Term:

Unit 1: Basic Number
Unit 2: Factors and Multiples
Unit 3: Angles
Unit 4: Scale Drawings and Bearings
Unit 5: Basic Algebra Review
Unit 6: Basic Fractions
Unit 7: Coordinates and Linear Graphs
Unit 8: Basic Decimals
Unit 9: Rounding
Unit 10: Collecting and Representing Data

Overview Spring Term:

Unit 11: Sequences
Unit 12: Basic Percentage
Unit 13: Perimeter and Area
Unit 14: Circumference and Area
Unit 15: Ratio and Proportion
Unit 16: Basic Probability

Overview Summer Term:
Unit 17: Equations
Unit 18: Scatter Graphs
Unit 19: Transformation
Unit 20: Pythagoras’s Theorem
Unit 21: 2D Representation of 3D shapes
 

Assessments:

Federation  tests: w/c 20th November, w/c 26th February, w/c 18th June
 

Homework:

Once per week on average
Instructions on Show My Homework

 

Events and Trips:

UKMT Intermediate Individual and Team Challenges
March Maths Month
Maths Study Support Club (Tuesday 3.40-4.30 in B304)
 

Other resources:

Websites:
MathsWatch: www.mathswatchvle.com
Hegarty Maths: www.hegartymaths.com
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics Textbook (4th edition)
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics All-In-One Revision & Practice Guide
Collins Connect Online Resource
 

Year 10 Overview

 

HIGHER TIER ROUTE (Sets 1-5)

 
Overview Autumn Term:

Chapter 11: Right-Angled Triangles
Chapter 12: Similarity
Chapter 13: Exploring and Applying Probability
Chapter 14: Powers and Standard Form

 
Overview Spring Term:

Chapter 15: Equations and Inequalities
Chapter 16: Counting, Accuracy, Powers and Surds
Chapter 17: Quadratic Equations

 
Overview Summer Term:

Chapter 11: Exact Trigonometric Values
Chapter 17: Quadratic Equations
Chapter 18: Sampling and More Complex Data Diagrams
Chapter 19: Combined Events and Tree Diagrams

 

FOUNDATION TIER ROUTE (Sets 6-8)

 
Overview Autumn Term:

Chapter 9: Expressions and Formulae
Chapter 11: Perimeter and Area
Chapter 8: Linear Graphs
Chapter 22: Right Angled Triangles

 
Overview Spring Term:

Chapter 22: Right Angled Triangles
Chapter 23: Congruency and Similarity
Chapter 21: Number and Sequences
Chapter 24: Probability and Events
Chapter 25: Power and Standard Form

 
Overview Summer Term:

Chapter 15: Linear Equations
Chapter 18: Representation and Interpretation
Chapter 17: Percentage and Variation
Chapter 19: Construction and Loci

 

Assessments:

Federation  tests: w/c 20th November, w/c 26th February, w/c 18th June
 

Homework:

Once per week on average
Instructions on Show My Homework

 

Other resources:

Websites:
MathsWatch: www.mathswatchvle.com
Hegarty Maths: www.hegartymaths.com
 
Books, Articles and other Resources:
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics Textbook (4th edition)
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics All-In-One Revision & Practice Guide
Collins Connect Online Resource
Specimen AQA Exam Questions (to be provided regularly by class teachers)
 

Year 11 Overview

 
AQA 9-1 GCSE Mathematics (Exam Code 8300)
In Year 11, students will finish completing any remaining chapters from the Collins AQA Textbook, and developing their exam technique under the careful guidance of their teachers. Students are advised to use their exercise books from Year 9-11, Specimen Paper resources, the online resources outlined below, and the Collins AQA “All-In-One Practice & Revision Guide” issued to students last year.

GCSE is a rigorous qualification with great emphasis on mathematical reasoning and problem solving. It is essential that students complete independent work at home and also attend revision support after school and during the holidays, in addition to their normal timetabled lessons. The chapters that will be covered or revisited are as follows:

 
Chapter 1: Basic Number
Chapter 2: Fractions, Ratio and Proportion
Chapter 3: Statistical Diagrams and Averages
Chapter 4: Number and Sequences
Chapter 5: Further Ratio and Proportion
Chapter 6: Angles
Chapter 7: Transformation, Construction and Loci
Chapter 8: Algebraic Manipulation
Chapter 9: Length, Area and Volume
Chapter 10: Linear Graphs
Chapter 11: Geometry- Right Angled Triangles
Chapter 12: Similarity
Chapter 13: Exploring and Applying Probability
Chapter 14: Powers and Standard Form
Chapter 15: Equations and Inequalities
Chapter 16: Counting, Accuracy, Powers and Surds
Chapter 17: Quadratic Equations
Chapter 18: Sampling and More Complex Data Diagrams
Chapter 19: Combined Events and Tree Diagrams
Chapter 20: Properties of Circles
Chapter 21: Variation
Chapter 22: Triangles (3D Trigonometry, Sine & Cosine Rules)
Chapter 23: Complex Graphs 
Chapter 24: Algebraic Fractions and Functions
Chapter 25: Vector Geometry
 
It is anticipated that the vast majority of students will sit the Higher Tier (Grades 4-9) in Summer 2017. The exam consists of 3 papers, each lasting 90 minutes, and each containing 80 marks. The 1st paper is non-calculator while the 2nd and 3rd papers are calculator-based.
 

Assessments:

Federation  assessments: January mocks, March mocks
 

Homework:

Weekly Specimen Exam Paper Homework 
Instructions on Show My Homework
 

Events and Trips:

UKMT Intermediate Individual and Team Challenges
GCSE Revision Sessions (during half-term holidays and Easter)
March Maths Month
Year 11 Maths Study Support (Tuesday 3.40-4.30 every fortnight, Various Maths rooms)

 

Other resources:

Websites:

MathsWatch: www.mathswatchvle.com
Hegarty Maths: www.hegartymaths.com
Collins Connect: www.connect.collins.co.uk

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics Textbook (4th edition)
Collins AQA GCSE Mathematics All-In-One Revision & Practice Guide
Collins Connect Online Resource
Specimen AQA Exam Questions (to be provided regularly by class teachers)
 

Year 12 Overview

There is a greater emphasis on problem solving, modelling and reasoning in the new A levels, but they are intended to be at the same level of difficulty as the old specification.  The exam which will be taken in May/June 2019; this will be at the end of year 13. The examination will consist of 3 papers: Pure Maths & Statistics (2hrs); Pure Maths & Mechanics (2hrs); Pure Maths & Comprehension (2hrs). 
 

Autumn Term:

  • Sequences and Series
  • Data Collection
  • Data Processing, presentation Interpretation
  • Graphs and Transformation
  • Trigonometry
  • Surds and Indices
  • Quadratic Functions
  • Equations and Inequalities
  • Polynomials
  • Kinematics 

Spring Term:

  • The Binomial Expansion
  • Probability
  • The Binomial Distribution
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Differentiation
  • Kinematics
  • Vectors
  • Forces and Laws of Motion

Summer Term:

  • Differentiation
  • Functions
  • Integration
  • Statistical Hypothesis Testing using the Binomial Expansion
  • Exponentials and Logarithms
  • Variable Acceleration
 

Assessments:

Students will sit various assessments throughout the year. This will consist of OCR (MEI) past and specimen questions so that students become familiar with exam technique.
 

Homework:

5 hours per week on average. Will normally be textbook work, exam questions or challenging extension tasks.
Instructions on Show My Homework.

 

Events and Trips:

Senior Maths Challenge
 

Other resources:

Websites:
Physics and Maths Tutor - http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/
Mad as Maths - http://madasmaths.com/
 

Books, Articles and other Resources:
Hodder Education OCR MEI A-Level Mathematics Textbook (Year 1&2)
Graphics Calculator: Casio FX-CG50

 

Year 13 Overview

Three modules are studied in Year 13: Core 3, Core 4 and Decision Mathematics 1. All three modules will be studied throughout the year.  
 

Core 3:

  • Algebraic fractions
  • Functions
  • The exponential and log functions
  • Numerical methods
  • Transforming graphs of functions
  • Trigonometry
  • Further trigonometric identities and their applications
  • Differentiation

Core 4:

  • Partial fractions
  • Coordinate geometry in the (x,y) plane
  • The binomial expansion
  • Differentiation
  • Vectors
  • Integration

Statistics 2:

  • Binomial Distribution
  • Poisson Distribution
  • Continuous Random Variables
  • Continuous Uniform Variables
  • Normal Approximations
  • Population and Samples
  • Sampling
  • ​Hypothesis Testing

Assessments:

Exam Board is OCR (MEI)
Students will sit a mock C3 exam in December, followed by a mock C3, C4 and D1 exam in March.

 
 

Homework:

5 hours per week on average. Will normally be textbook work, exam questions or challenging extension tasks.
Instructions on Show My Homework.

Events and Trips:

Senior Maths Challenge
 

Other resources:

Websites:
Physics and Maths Tutor - http://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/
Mad as Maths - http://madasmaths.com/
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