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24/05/24

Great to see our students taking part in this! https://t.co/EM9ta3Mj3P

24/05/24

Today we said a (semi) farewell to our Year 13 Leavers!!!As they head off for half-term, Ms Bent and the 6F Leadership team held a leavers assembly for all Year 14 students. We are so proud of them & they are working so hard in this busy exam period! Well done Y13! pic.twitter.com/LgSyVUh5Bv

24/05/24

Great to have Rachel Harwood Alumni Manager, from the central team, to speak to our Year 13 Leavers today. pic.twitter.com/TxPKRewKiJ

23/05/24

Today was the very first set of sessions for our L2 STEM Leadership programme! Mrs Mututa, is leading on the delivery and our Y12s are so excited to be planning their clubs for the pic.twitter.com/jsnhbNi7Ah

17/05/24

It’s a jam packed afternoon here! So many fantastic enrichment activities across the week, thanks to our amazing team! Here’s Gardening club, volleyball, girls football, all on a Friday afternoon in the sunshine ☀️ Have a wonderful weekend everyone! pic.twitter.com/L6jW05dimu

10/05/24

Well done to all Year 11 today for sitting the first whole year group exam - Biology! A big well done to those who sat individual exams too - Psychology, Sociology, RS, & some community languages.A strong start to the series! We hope you all have a restful sunny weekend!

03/05/24

The latest dates for the Mental Health Support Teams (MHST) next series of Parent/Carer Webinars. Scan the QR codes to sign up. pic.twitter.com/f2cxRDjfkq

02/05/24

What a fabulous day out for our students! They explored the grounds of the new HQ, met the team, and played in their brand new gifted kit! Thank you to everyone that made this happen! A day our students will always remember! pic.twitter.com/hUNMxYKIOS

02/05/24

Today, a large group of our students head off to take part in the official launch of the and HQ and Community Centre. What an exciting day ahead! Thank you to the team for our invite! pic.twitter.com/iDkrVDyDFD

01/05/24

Today we had the organisation in for workshops for all students across Y7, 8, 9, 10, and 12. A great day of interactive discussions around mental health health and wellbeing. Thank you to the team! pic.twitter.com/M1sdkoiEig

22/04/24

Good luck to all of our students who are performing at this evening's concert at the Camden. Final rehearsals were underway earlier today and the quality of music is excellent! pic.twitter.com/OYOmIBaEtN

18/04/24

It’s been great to see how many students have signed up to Volleyball enrichment programme, with our new Coach Mr Nunes! Fantastic shots taken from yesterday’s after school session! pic.twitter.com/icAz7E4OUq

10/04/24

Eid Mubarak to our Muslim community of students and families! We wish you a wonderful Eid! pic.twitter.com/93OnpcdKhJ

31/03/24

Happy Easter to our wonderful community! We wish you all a restful Easter weekend! pic.twitter.com/jNXGhEBZA4

28/03/24

Well done everyone 💪

28/03/24

Well done everyone 💪

27/03/24

A huge congratulations to all of our students that took part in the bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award expedition. In spite of the inclement weather, their perseverance throughout the expedition was truly inspiring.  pic.twitter.com/ffHkwcgNLj

27/03/24

Mr Manners kicks off this term’s Rewards and Celebrations Evening, along with our four Head Students! pic.twitter.com/wQHPnvfjkH

27/03/24

Our Year 8s have been completing a project called My Croydon, exploring the history and amazing architecture in Croydon. They also looked at the work of local signwriter, Lionel Stanhope. See pictures below, completed for Homework. Well done Year 8! pic.twitter.com/3NI2I9UrcD

25/03/24

Year 7 have been making their own imagined Dragon eye out of air drying clay. They have used their colour blending skills to add paint to show the scales pic.twitter.com/s7Sp4KHLpk

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Vision and Ethos

Harris Invictus Academy Croydon is one of the 10 campuses that make up the Harris Federation’s Sixth Form.

Our sixth form opened in September 2019 and relaunched with a broader range of subjects and pathways in September 2021.

At Harris Invictus we are committed to nurturing the next generation of leaders, who have successfully developed a strong sense of independence, increased resilience, and a passion for learning.

With learning across a number of academic pathways, such as the sciences and social sciences, as well as vocational pathways in Sport or Business, our students are provided with the academia, skills and confidence to prepare them for life in the 21st century.

Our students are excellent academy ambassadors, taking up positions in student leadership, and have built relationships with the wider community in which they are a part of. Past students have gone on up to take on apprenticeships at BMW, and degrees in Biomedical sciences and Computer Science amongst others.

Our Vision

Building independent, passionate, forward-thinking and knowledgeable learners, who are successful Academy Leaders 

  • Independent learners – resilient students with the ability to problem solve
  • Passionate and enthusiastic – about their subjects and areas of learning
  • Forward thinking learners - who are keen to take on opportunities to better themselves and their learning
  • Confident writers and orators - despite their area of study they are able to write and speak fluently and eloquently
  • Academy leaders – successful role models who the younger students can learn from

Ethos

Our ethos is grounded in the best traditions of hard work, good manners, smart uniform and academic achievement.

Our ethos aims to provide the following for all students:

  • High expectations – having high standards across all areas of learning, for all students to prepare them for their next steps
  • Warmth & encouragement – even our oldest students need to know and be reminded that we care about them
  • Setting routines – reminding students of the academy expectations of attendance, punctuality and work ethic
  • Relationship building – we should be the first port of call for our students, no matter the situation work
  • Strong communication – keeping the lines of communication open with students, teachers and parents or carers