A 6-2 victory for our U16 boys football team in the 2nd round of the Surrey Cup. After being down straight after the first whistle, the boys managed to pull it back and gain control of the game. Goals from Daejharn ⚽️ Jay-Jay ⚽️ and a hatrick from Jamal ⚽️⚽️⚽️MOTM - Jamal 👏🏼


Year 11 are making the most of expert advice on effective revision this morning 📚


Passing the torch of leadership: Year 11 prefects share insights as they mentor new hopefuls through the art of impactful election speeches!


🏆 YR 10/11 MERTON BOROUGH BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 🏆 A smashing performance from our boys who were undefeated in the tournament. They will now proceed to represent Merton at the 🏀⛹🏽


Year 10 Business and IT students at Skills London, the UK’s largest jobs and careers event for 14 – 24-year-olds!


This week Yr 9 are baking chocolate brownies in Food Tech!


Prefects in action: Crafting the blueprint for an assembly that introduces the future leaders – a glimpse into the exciting journey of new prefect elections.


Our Year 10 boys football team played Forest Hill in the 2nd round of the London Cup today. A clinical performance with 4-1 victory puts them through to the next round🤞🏼🍀Goals from Daejharn ⚽️ Jamal ⚽️ and Zion ⚽️⚽️MOTM - Luis 👏🏼


Yr 10 GCSE Food Tech students are cooking rice dishes this week


School prefects honor the solemnity of Armistice Day, uniting in remembrance as they lay a wreath at the Merton Armistice Service to pay tribute to those who sacrificed for peace.


Our Year 7 Netball team have arrived at their first Borough Netball competition. A warm up and quick team talk before they get started 🍀🏐🤞🏼


Year 9 are studying vegetarianism and making veggie curry in Food Tech this week!


🏆 U16 Merton Borough Table Tennis Champions 🏆A smashing performance today at the borough competition. The boys will now go through to the Final Best of 8 next month. A massive thanks to Coach Jag who has progressed these boys so much!


Prefects designing the food of the future focusing on sustainability. Options include: butterfly wing crisps, ant breakfast bars and cell cultured meat


Yesterday the Year 9 Netball team competed at the Borough tournament. Out of 10 teams they came 3rd with only losing 1 game against a very strong opposition 🥉 Thank you for hosting 🙌🏼POTM -Genesis 👏🏽


Yesterday some of our KS3 girls had an incredible day learning outside the Academy experiencing the wonders of Science at


Two more stops on our trip! Firstly, Ypres Town to see the Menin Gate and then Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Great day, packed full of history had by all.


Second stop - students visited Sanctuary Wood where they saw weapons and used stereoviews to look at original images from the war. They then spent time in the trenches!


The Passchendaele Museum has been the first stop in Belgium for our year 9 historians. Students walked through the dugouts and engaged with many different artefacts from the World War.


Year 11 Geographers are collecting data this week in Battersea to support their investigation on regeneration and it’s impact on the community

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KS4 & KS5 Exam Results

KS4 Results 2022-2023 (Progress 8 is 0.36)

This score shows how much progress pupils at this school made between the end of key stage 2 and the end of key stage 4, compared to pupils across England who got similar results at the end of key stage 2. This is based on results in up to 8 qualifications, which include English, maths, 3 English Baccalaureate qualifications including sciences, history, geography and languages, and 3 other additional approved qualifications. A score above zero means pupils made more progress, on average, than pupils across England who got similar results at the end of key stage 2.

KS4 Results 2022-2023 (Attainment 8 is 49.7)

Schools get a score based on how well pupils have performed in up to 8 qualifications (as stated in Progress 8 measure). To calculate a student’s Attainment 8 score, you add up the points for their eight subjects and divide by 10 to get their Attainment 8 score. To calculate the Academy's Attainment 8 score, you take the average of all our students' scores. Students who do not take eight subjects, score zero for any unfilled slots.

KS4 Results 2022-2023 (English Baccalaureate)

The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is a performance measure of students who achieve grade 5 or above in English, mathematics, history or geography, science and a language.

  •  32% of students entered the Ebacc.
  •  22% of students achieved the Ebacc for Grades 9-4.
  •  16% of students achieved the Ebacc for Grades 9-5.
  •  English Baccalaureate (EBacc) average points score (APS) is 4.41

KS4 2022-2023 (Destinations)

  • 100% of Harris Academy Merton students stayed in education or employment after Key Stage 4.

KS5 Provisional Results 2021-2022 (A Level)

In 2023, Harris Academy Merton celebrated a strong set of Key Stage 5 results:

  • Average grade per A Level entry is B-
  • Average Point Score Per Entry for A Level is 36.8
  • Please follow this link to the most recent DfE Schools Performance Tables: 16-18.

KS5 Provisional Results 2022-2023 (Applied General)

  • Average grade per Applied General entry is Distinction
  • Average Point Score Per Entry for Applied General is 35.43
  • Please follow this link to the most recent DfE Schools Performance Tables: 16-18.

KS5 Provisional Results 2022-2023 (Tech Level)

  • Average grade per Tech Level entry is Distinction
  • Average Point Score Per Entry for Tech Level is 35.52
  • Please follow this link to the most recent DfE Schools Performance Tables: 16-18.


Exam Certificates

Certificates can be collected from December of the year students sit their exams, upon request otherwise Harris Academy Merton only holds uncollected exam certificates for 24 months.

Please contact the Academy before coming in to collect via, or call 020 8623 1000.

We are unable to send certificates by post as they must be signed for. If 24 months has elapsed, you will have to contact the exam boards directly to get copies of your certificates (there is normally a charge from the exam boards for this).