More great art from our talented students.


Great work from our students!


Welcome to the Invictus Family! Visit the Invictus Website to meet the Principal and have a virtual tour of the Academy for parents of Year 6 and Year 12 joining our secondary school in Sept 2021. Click to visit.


Welcome to the Invictus Family! Visit the Invictus Website to meet the Principal and have a virtual tour of the Academy for parents of Year 6 and Year 12 joining our secondary school in Sept 2021. Click to visit.


Virtual Open event HIAC Thurs 15/10/20. For parents of Year 6 children joining secondary school in Sept 2021. Click to visit our virtual event. For Live event on 15/10.20 use the following link below. Starts 6pm till 7pm. click


Very proud of our very own Ms Bent.


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Created a school resource for Unconscious Bias. Delivered as an assembly this week, with a student task at the end. Continuation of our  provision, along with this week’s staff training by If anyone’s interested, I will upload on TES 😊


We would like to wish our students and families a Happy Windrush Day. Our students have been looking at the importance of the Windrush generation last week as part of our Wellbeing Day Friday. .WeCan.WeWill.


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Friday - 6pm! Via Twitter Please share with any of your young people/parents or networks! 🥺🥺🥺


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Really proud of our 13-year-old Elijah from creating amazing art work & raising money for . To see his work & donate visit


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I am VERY passionate about the Windrush Generation as a 2nd Generation Black British Caribbean Woman. If anyone would like a copy of the Windrush Resources, I’ve made for my school, for , next Monday 22nd, just let me know! 🇯🇲🇱🇨🇹🇹🇰🇳🇬🇩🇧🇧🇦🇬🇧🇸


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The Official Small Island play - based on the fictional book by Andrea Levy centred during the Windrush era - is being streamed LIVE & FREE through YouTube, from Starting Thursday 18th at 7pm! It wills also double up as fundraiser ❤️


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Good morning 🌞 I’ve put together the Windrush Reading List! Not exhaustive by any means! But download if you like 😁 and SHARE 😁 Happy Windrush Reading 🇯🇲🇹🇹🇬🇩🇧🇧🇧🇸🇰🇳🇻🇨🇩🇲🇦🇬🇦🇮🇱🇨 Available here 👉🏾 Please leave feedback!


If you are experiencing difficulties opening the staff choir link alternatively please open Spotify and search for Harris Invictus Staff Choir. It’s not to be missed! We Know. We Can. We Will.


Take a look at our fabulous staff singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow 🌈 ” dedicated to our amazing NHS staff and keyworkers We Know. We Can. We Will.


Harris Invictus Staff Choir is now live on Spotify singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow”, in dedication to all our NHS staff and keyworkers who are working exceptionally hard to look after us all. We Know. We Can. We Will


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National Crime Agency’s has created a series of activity packs to help you protect your children online 💻 Each pack contains simple 15-minute activities for children age 4-14+ 👇


We would like to remind all HIAC students, parents and carers our first assembly is this morning at 8.30


We would like to invite all HIAC students, parents and carers to tune into our first remote Assembly - Monday 4th May at 8.30am via teams We Know. We Can. We Will


Reminder- today - Thursday 19/3/20 partial closure. Years 8,9&10 students will be working from home today. All other year groups are to attend the Academy as normal. Please see our website on a daily basis for more details.

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Black Lives Matter at Invictus

Dear Community,

We are deeply saddened by the tragic unnecessary senseless death of George Floyd.

We the Invictus family are fundamentally committed to the Black Lives Matter movement and will strive for positive change.

Being situated in the middle of London road we fully embrace our diverse community. The Academy is here for a reason, a purpose, to write the future of our young people and to embody the beating heart of Croydon.

We will endeavour to further educate one another and improve the life chances of our young people.

We believe in positive role models, our children growing up to be academic business minded people, graduates and having safe, happy and fulfilling lives.

The Invictus family have joined together as one to stand against racism and inequality.

The Invictus staff have already begun to review the curriculum, challenge the meaning of unconscious bias to raise the profile of how black history as well as future texts are taught and conveyed through PSHE, tutor time projects, written work and intellect. We have delivered powerful assemblies, albeit virtually on Black Lives Matters, Windrush day, aspirations and ambition. We want to bring the positives of the real world and what it can mean to the classroom through a further improved, refined type of lens.

Our Aims for the future:

Aim 1: To create a clear anti-racism Charter that is known to all members of the academy

Aim 2: To designate and train individuals to act as co-ordinators / champions of anti-racist/multi-cultural education

Aim 3: To carry out regular checks and updates to ensure that both multi-cultural and anti-racist educational approaches are being implemented within the curriculum and our, policies and procedures

Aim 4: To use our curriculum, tutor time, assemblies and school-wide events/celebrations to promote positive images of, and responses to, all cultures and communities in our diverse community

Through this website we will endeavour to celebrate the future of our Invictus children and reach out to our community.   We are so proud of our students and staff body. We are committed to ensuring that our students' generation take greater strides forward to become a young dynamic group of professionals who are equipped to begin their journey in an equal society - but it starts with us here first.  This page will be dedicated to the success stories of our young black students and to equality across our Academy for all.

Join the Harris Invictus family to ensure that we give our children the best education, the best enrichment and the best support from our parents, carers and wider community.  

We start by saying NO to racism.

We do not tolerate this at Invictus - ever and we commit to actively reviewing and promoting equality and diversity in absolutely everything we do.

Ms Bergin


Click here for more information

We Know. We Can. We Will.