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05/12/23

A huge well done to everyone who took place in the MiSST 'Play Day'!Students played a wide range of repertoire and a very short period of time culminating in an excellent performance at the end of the day.  pic.twitter.com/CLzhmJ6Rj1

05/12/23

Our second day working, alongside , with Harris Academy schools in London. Today we’re based and our day began with DPhil student Emma Slater looking at literary theory. pic.twitter.com/57ukbV2AbE

05/12/23

Thanks to today’s participating schools: Your students are so engaged and articulate! 🥰

27/11/23

Great to see our Sixth Formers leading the Peer Mentoring programme in the academy. A great way for some of our younger students to build confidence, optimism, and resilience! pic.twitter.com/bqBa1N42hg

24/11/23

We are marking from the moment students arrive today. Here's Mr James and some of our Year 7 volunteers distributing white ribbons and collecting student pledges, as they enter the building. "I promise to never use, excuse..." pic.twitter.com/RzrqU5HyJK

24/11/23

White Ribbon Day at Invictus pic.twitter.com/Z82mp2nnXD

22/11/23

Thank you to the team for the super organised and informative Year 11 Independent Learning Day today! Our Harris Experience Year 11 students loved it, especially the debates and philosophy sessions! pic.twitter.com/ZHq2dRAQpE

20/11/23

Today, our Safer Schools Officers have come in to talk to each year group about Harassment & Inappropriate BehaviourOverseen by Mr James, our Designated Safeguarding Lead, we share the importance of these themes within the Academy & our wider context. pic.twitter.com/9M2iVHZzRd

18/11/23

Yes Tops! Thanks for having him - Best of luck for the season! 💛#SuttonUnited | 🟡🟤 https://t.co/XlwEPOXrBS

17/11/23

A pleasure to host the brilliant Tope Fadahunsi from yesterday!He supported our fantastic Y7 Football team in their first game of the season & talked to the students about what it takes to be a pro footballer. Thank you to Mr Xavier for organising! pic.twitter.com/Q9NOebu5p8

16/11/23

Students came down from as far as Newham to meet the staff and ambassadors.They spoke to Pharmacists, Nurses, Non-Clinical staff, healthcare assistants, and more on the different careers in the NHS. Fabulous crowd of students and families! pic.twitter.com/9EVuem4MAX

16/11/23

Tonight we’re the hosts of a Croydon and Sutton wide event with NHS Careers with a wide range of volunteers in healthcare. What a huge turnout this evening! pic.twitter.com/F6KTvnDdGl

16/11/23

We are celebrating Diwali this week, so It’s Curry Day today! A tasty array of Curries and delicious sundries keeping the students happy and fed throughout the day! Thank you to the and the whole team! to all our celebrating families ! pic.twitter.com/8O1YJrsiRT

13/11/23

Well done to all the schools taking part in our KS4Boys Badminton today.🏸 Congratulations to the winners! 👏👏👏🥇A big thank you to the teachers umpiring the matches. 🙏🏸 pic.twitter.com/XcRQrxfLbU

10/11/23

Well done 🎉🔥⚽️ https://t.co/mF81BizuBY

10/11/23

Here’s a fantastic video of our wonderful science technician, Mr Flemetakis, eagerly prepping for sixth form open evening last night! Superb physics, Mr F! pic.twitter.com/ta23yXMzPS

10/11/23

Today we had the DISCOVER Team from come in to deliver their assembly to 6F on Wellbeing.With discussions on managing stress, workload, and emotional resilience. We’re looking forward to having them back in for their workshop! Thank you Emilie & Ajua! pic.twitter.com/mx57sUd3S9

09/11/23

Our students displayed not only their football skills but our fantastic new 4G pitch for visitors tonight! pic.twitter.com/ZlnuOISf63

09/11/23

Ms Bent, our Associate Vice Principal, and Faculty Coordinators Ms Brown & Mr Barker, talked to prospective students and parents about the vast no. of opportunities offered at our Sixth Form. pic.twitter.com/aLG7lWWy1N

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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