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21/03/19

Retweetd From London Youth Games

⭐️🏉🏆 Congratulations to our medallists in the U13F Competition! 🥇, 🥈, 🥉Christs Church, Such an honour to have , England Rugby Player and World Cup medalist to present the medals 🏅🏅#ThisGirlCan https://t.co/WrWjkRHIH3

21/03/19

Retweetd From London Youth Games

⭐️🏉🏆 Congratulations to our medallists in the U15F Competition! 🥇, 🥈, 🥉, Such an honour to have , England Rugby Player and World Cup medalist to present the medals 🏅🏅#ThisGirlCan https://t.co/tdRLr7boso

21/03/19

Retweetd From Ayo (Pronounced 'Ah-Yoh') Awotona

Amazing day with students from 🔥🔥 https://t.co/Kfq0wPK7zi

21/03/19

Jahdiafolila relaunches our African drumming club with an amazing masterclass in Dejembi rhythm playing. https://t.co/KOACTVYipn

21/03/19

Welcome to ⁦⁩ working with year 11 and year 10 today and thank you to our parents/carers for coming along! https://t.co/yuJ9JaKKTi

21/03/19

Retweetd From Ayo (Pronounced 'Ah-Yoh') Awotona

I am excited to be here at to encourage some year 10’s and 11’s 😊💃🏾 https://t.co/XZeqp7HG7d

18/03/19

Some amazing cakes on sale today at the Great Harris Bake Off. Congratulations to Ms Koch winning with a very popular cake...so popular it had all gone by the time I arrived to take photos. https://t.co/5kv71cHgLY

18/03/19

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

18/03/19

HCACP students raised an amazing £289.38 for Comic Relief last Friday. Today we have the Great Harris Bake Off during breaktime. https://t.co/3ZJbMK7kh8

15/03/19

HCACP is gearing up for the amazing charity cake sale later today. https://t.co/PUvWLBvRjz

14/03/19

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A hard fought win against Lanfranc today sees the Yr 7 basketball team qualify fo the play off finals next month. https://t.co/xR2xjAzQdZ

14/03/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

A narrow defeat for the U18 girls basketball team in their first fixture of the season. https://t.co/in1cerKlqG

14/03/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

The U12 handball team took part in their fixture of the season against Despite loosing 7-6 they showed fantastic teamwork throughout the game. https://t.co/zhiBJ9Dlf2

14/03/19

Making rectangular pies for Pi day is irrational...but they still taste great. https://t.co/w0pxZShIdU

14/03/19

Its the amazing HCACP science open evening tonight. An evening of whizz, bang, fizz and all round science magic. 5 to 7pm. https://t.co/naeXn5cbW9

12/03/19

Retweetd From HCACP PE

Another great team performance from the U14 basketball team v sport. . https://t.co/6jaa1ZVjIX

11/03/19

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

08/03/19

Retweetd From London Youth Games

Welcome to the London Youth Games Volleyball competition! Good luck today! 🏐🏆 ⭐️ 💪 👊🌈 https://t.co/AkKRUJI1oH

08/03/19

Retweetd From London Youth Games

Welcome to the London Youth Games Volleyball competition! Good luck today! 🏐🏆 https://t.co/R3QMFId78s

08/03/19

Next week is Science week at HCACP. Lots of amazing things going on including our incredible Science open evening Thursday 14th March 2019 5 to 7pm https://t.co/rmV3qG5KXK

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    Posted on December 10th 2018

    We are World Class!

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    We are delighted to inform you that Harris City Academy Crystal Palace has been awarded the World Class Schools Quality Mark (WCSQM) having successfully completed the accreditation process and being awarded the status of World Class.   We are delighted we have been recognised with this prestigious honour and I am sure you will join me in congratulating all the students who took part in the process.

    Now in its fifth year of accreditation, WCSQM has awarded the mark to a further 16 non-selective state secondary schools from around the country, including HCACP. All of the new schools have demonstrated that their students are truly World Class through their successful participation in the rigorous assessment process.

    WCSQM assessment requires schools to demonstrate that their students are capable of compiling comprehensive evidence in support of their application. All applicant schools must exceed a challenging threshold in their Key Stage 2 or 4 performance before being invited to apply. Their students must then develop a compelling case for accreditation through detailed auditing of their school's capabilities, video submissions in support of their application, and participating in an assessment centre event, at which their performances are measured against a challenging framework.

    The award’s uniqueness lies in the fact that the students are assessed with regard to whether they themselves are World Class, rather than the school itself. WCSQM believes that if a school is truly World Class, then its students should be able to demonstrate this in whatever context they find themselves. The award is supported by a range of prestigious businesses, further and higher education providers, and parent organisations that are interested in which schools nationally are the best at developing young people to succeed in a rapidly evolving world.

    This year, the final stage of the accreditation process, the assessment centre event, took place at The Riverbank Academy in Coventry, a World Class accrediting special school, and a member of the Sidney Stringer Multi Academy Trust. As part of the assessment, the 72 potential World Class students were required to work in teams to  develop the Riverbank Academy school grounds to promote accessibility, independence and a love of learning for their students.

    Congratulations to the students Ruby Hurst, Ita Neumeyer, Arbi Alia, Jia Sood, Trinty Myton, Ibraheem Rodrigues and Khadija Constance and thank you to Mr Marillat, Ms Cox and Mr Ewers.

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