Students are having an incredible time at the MiSST Radley College residential 2022. They are combining with schools from across the country to rehearse and perform a diverse and interesting concert repertoire. Excited about today's recital!


Invisible East History sessions. Students presented on the histories of middle eastern civilizations at Invictus during sessions run by the University of Oxford’s Oriental Institute:


Cultural Day was a great success. This was an amazing opportunity for staff and students to deepen their understanding of the values of cultural diversity and best of all great food too!


Muchas gracias!


Cultural Day at Invictus Loads of lovely food.. we have the following countries being represented... Italy Ghana Jamaica Israel India Pakistan Trinidad and Tobago


King's College London visit The students really enjoyed the visit to King's College London. They were able to carry out experiments on separation of caffeine from tea and thin layer chromatography of the components in aspirin.


Well done to Year 12 Invictus Sixth Form!


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Today we’re at the Festival of Communities, where our 8 A Level Chemistry students have been shortlisted for the Poster Competition! So proud of you Year 12!


Here's our A-Level Chemistry students, Ms Bent & Dr Sheriff at the festival of communities. Yr12 students had their posters shortlisted for exhibition. Part of the competition, highlighting minorities in chemistry.


"Eat well for you & the planet! " Monday: Focus on fibre - for meals & snacks Tuesday: Get at least 5 A DAY - put plenty on your plate Wednesday: Vary your protein - be more creative Thursday: Stay hydrated - fill up from the tap Friday: Reduce food waste - know your portions


Today we're celebrating the Queen's at the academy, with special decor and a royally themed menu! What a fantastic start to the half-term!


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One of our students will be performing live at the Platinum Party at The Palace as part of The MiSST Choir. It will be broadcast on BBC live around the world. Please see poster below.


Year 12 Chemists are working through the Schools Analysts Competition today! They are loving this 'Fish & Chips' investigation! We have some very keen analytical chemists at Invictus!


One of our students will be performing live at the Platinum Party at The Palace as part of The MiSST Choir. It will be broadcast on BBC live around the world. Please see poster below.


Year 12 Mathematicians working collaboratively today in their study base, ahead of their June mock exams.


The Harris Invictus choir are practicing ahead of the HIAC’s Got Talent show. Thank you to all the students as well as the choir director, Charlene for your dedication and enthusiasm. It is very inspiring.

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Welcome From the Principal


We Know. We Can. We Will.


I am delighted to welcome you to Harris Invictus Academy.

I am very proud of our students; we know they understand the importance of a good education and we know they are committed to achieving the very best outcomes.

Our curriculum leaders know how vital it is to provide a challenging curriculum that will inspire and engage. Providing opportunities for students to develop a deep knowledge and understanding of the world around them.

We know it is important to provide opportunities for students to develop, not only through the taught curriculum, but beyond; through programmes such as the Duke of Edinburgh Award, the Music in Secondary Schools programme and the Jack Petchey Award. Creating chances for students to really shine and show how amazing they are.

Education with drive and ambition

We believe passionately in our mission statement – ‘We Know, We Can, We Will’. We never settle for less and are driven by achievement and success. To be a committed member of the Harris Invictus community is to aspire to learn and gain knowledge. We are able to apply what we know to the outside world. We can do it and we will succeed no matter the circumstances or difficulties we face.

Learning is a journey, and in partnership with parents, we will be there to support when needed, to celebrate successes and to guide our young people as they become the leaders of tomorrow.

“Education is the passport to the future for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today” Malcolm X

Ms Lisa Kattenhorn,