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Our Student Focus this week is ‘Caring for the Community’ and we are already excited about some new community projects we are getting involved in


An excellent week at HIAC! First Year 10 mocks completed ✅ Christmas card competition winner picked ✅ new academy grounds taking shape ready for handover ✅ and some great basketball performances from all squads ✅ ... looking forward to next week!


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An excellent turn out for our 1st Chess Club session. The students were enthusiastic & are really looking forward to next week’s session.


Stunning performance!! Invictus students did us proud!


Well organised event - thanks to all


Well done to the Year 7 football team for showing great resilience last night. They came from 2-0 down to win the game 4-2!


Harris Invictus came 1st in the World Maths Day Tournament - Well done to all!


Open Evening 2016 – Over 600- guests came to the Academy on Monday, they toured the academy met staff & students.


40 students spend 2 hours of their Saturday morning walking to raise money for Wheels for Wellbeing: around 240 miles racked up. Well Done!


14 Yr 8 students have won awards for the UKMT Junior Maths Challenge on 28th April. We have 3 gold, 4 silver & 11 bronze winners. Well done!


Our debate team celebrate victory over Harris Beckenham.


Year 7 enjoyed a great day out to the Tate Modern yesterday, All the students were extremely well-behaved and a credit to the Academy


Thrilling football match yesterday in which Harris Invictus Year 8’s overcame Oasis Coulsdon 4-3 in a close encounter


Y7 thoroughly enjoyed an interactive and engaging performance of Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe.


Our first ever Winter Concert on Thurs 17th Dec; stellar performances from our dancers, singers and players – well done to all involved.


Students thoroughly enjoyed their Christmas lunch on Wednesday 16th December. Thanks to all the staff who helped make it run smoothly.


At breakfast club this morning listening to the students discussing Shakespeare's play - Hamlet


Well done to the Year 7 students who took part in the Castle project

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Posted on December 7th 2015

Harris Cup Match - Match Report

Invictus V Falconwood

This was an enthralling game that had numerous twists and turns. It was a captivating fixture in which the commitment and desire shown by our students was unquestionable. The level of mental fortitude and resilience shown by the boys was evident throughout the game.

Harris Falconwood started the game brightly and their dominant start was rewarded with 3 quick fire goals in the first 25 minutes of the fixture. However, after going 3-0 down and making some tactical changes Harris Invictus bravely fought back and got back to 3-2 at half-time.

We began the second-half in the same vein, but unfortunately fell behind against the run of play to leave us trailing 4-2. Once again our commitment and desire were not to be questioned and we levelled the game to 4-4 with two goals in the next 15 minutes. We fell behind once again during another dominant spell from the other team, leaving us 5-4 behind. Harris Invictus refused to be beaten and continued to attack intently hoping to force an equaliser; our persistence paid dividends in stoppage time as we scored a powerfully hit shot from 25 yards that gave the keeper no chance and brought us back to level terms. The match ended 5-5 in regulated time, both coaches subsequently agreed to go directly to penalties. 

The penalty shoot-out was a suspense driven experience, with both teams scoring their first four allocated penalties. Harris Falconwood missed their fifth spot kick which gave Harris Invictus the opportunity to win the cup tie. Unfortunately we missed the spot kick to leave the penalty shoot-out in a sudden death scenario. Both teams subsequently missed their next two spot kicks, before Harris Falconwood scored their eighth penalty leaving Harris Invictus with the desirable task of having to score their next penalty kick to remain in the tie. Sadly we missed this penalty and Harris Falconwood won the cup tie 6-5 on penalties. 

All the Harris Invictus students conducted themselves in a commendable fashion and their commitment, desire and work ethic were exceptional. 

Man of the match - Jayden Hoosang - Robinson 

Mr Ige: Teacher of PE