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.


Thursday 19/3/20 partial closure. Years 8,9&10 will be working from home tomorrow. All other year groups should attend the Academy as normal.


Reminder - Today - Wednesday 18/3/20 partial closure. Years 8&9 students will be working from home today. All other year groups to attend the Academy as normal. Please see our website for more details on a daily basis.


Wednesday 18/03/20 partial closure. Years 8&9 will be working from home tomorrow. All other year groups should attend the Academy as normal.


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Thank you Mr Mayor for supporting for awarding talented students at the Community Showcase


Another fantastic piece of news from HIAC - our Under 14 boys have WON the Basketball Croydon Cup yesterday- gold medals all round!! Bring on the next competition!! Many thanks to all involved especially Mr Simpson and Coach Raymond We Know. We Can. We Will.


HIAC are very proud to announce that on Friday our Year 9 girls played exceptionally well in the Under 14 Basketball Croydon Cup competition and won silver medals 👏👏👏 Huge congratulations to the team and Coach Raymond. We Know. We Can. We Will.


Harris Invictus have been packing contributions from students, parents and carers for the local Croydon Community Food Bank. Thank you to all who have donated and to Miss Davis for leading on Food Poverty this week in assemblies. a difference We Know. We Can. We Will.


A selection of Year 9 and 10 HIAC students went to HASN yesterday to play basketball. They remain undeterred and will try and train even harder next time. We Know. We Can. We Will.


Sixth Form Open Evening went fantastically well this evening at HIAC and we had some lovely comments: “Your students talk really highly about your school” “I didn’t expect you to offer all the subjects I want to study” staff We Know. We Can. We Will.


Join us for our Year 6 Open Morning on Thursday 10th October and Wednesday 16th October from 9-9.45am and see for yourselves how lovely our Academy truly is. We Know. We Can. We Will.


Open morning went fantastically well today! We had some lovely comments from parents: “It’s lovely to see students in such a calm working environment” “The corridors are so quiet” “The tour guides are lovely, true ambassadors to your Academy” We Know. We Can. We Will.


What an amazing evening and a fantastic turn out at Harris Invictus Open evening! Families spoke about the wonderful atmosphere here at the Academy. Feeling proud. We Know. We Can. We Will.


Harris Invictus Academy Congratulations to Year 11, on their GCSE results. First ever students at Invictus, celebrating our first ever set of results. The students have done remarkably well. A fantastic achievement for Invictus. .

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Help and support for students

All your teachers and the leadership team understand how challenging these times are for you and your families.  We have created this section to keep you in the loop with things at the Academy and to offer some additional sources of help and support.

Virtual learning

As you know we did start with using Sharepoint while Teams was being created.  We’ve moved forwards and everything is now being delivered through Teams.  There are now live lessons and assignments being set within your classes. 

Studies show that you can be more productive and learn more at home if you:

- develop a dedicated study area

- create a schedule for your school week

- talk to your family about what you are doing in your work - by explaining it to them this consolidates your own understanding

- put breaks and lunch time into your schedule and reward yourself for working hard.

- use a timer to help signify how much time you have left for your studies until your next break

- remain positive and remember to socialise with your friends and family, for example, Skype and facetime.

- contact your teachers via email if you get stuck with any of your work

Please note that assemblies will be at 8.30am on a Monday morning. All live lessons will start at 9.00am in the morning. However, all live lessons are also recorded so you can go back and see them later, but obviously you won’t be able to join in the live Q+A sessions. Faculty Assemblies will be on a Thursday morning at 8.30am and tutor time will be on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday each week at 8.30am.  Please use the online schedule to create your own timetable for the week. Our current plans are that after May half-term the school day will start formally virtually at 8.30 am for all students! Enjoy.

The Harris Invictus Academy Support email

We have created a bespoke email for parents and students to use during the crisis. It is:

We will prioritise dealing with any concerns in relation to our vulnerable group of students, but we have a team of staff who will monitor and check any information coming into the email.

Please remember we are all still here for you so you can still contact us by emailing your tutor, your class teacher if its subject specific or your DOL.  So, there are lots of people here for you, you are not alone. So please reach out if you need help!

Other sources of support and guidance

If you click here you will be taken to our online help book. Read pages 9 and 10 in particular, this will give you all sorts of places that you can go to for help and support, for example, Young Minds and Child line.

Link: Student guide for working from home using Microsoft Teams: