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08/12/23

A big thank you to Prisca and our fundraising team who organised a charity bake sale to raise money for Crisis. Crisis is the UK national charity for people experiencing homelessness. HRSF raised £50.20 during the bake sale. A special mention to Prisca and Odeneho who baked cakes pic.twitter.com/UQV2pu2xhh

03/12/23

We are excited to work closely with our prefects and wider leadership team to make HRSF the best place it can be!

03/12/23

Student leadership and voice is central to all that we do here at HRSF. Our prefects will be supporting HRSF with various roles. These include sixth form duties, fundraising campaigns, behaviour mentors and academic tutors.

03/12/23

Introducing more of our student leadership team…Senior prefects: UtIntroducing more of our student leadership team…Senior prefects: Uthman, Fad, Ayna and NimrutPrefects: Harry, Alicia, Oghosa, Odeneho, Ema, Iris, and Josh. pic.twitter.com/NGJo1YrtdI

29/11/23

Student voice and leadership is central to the success of Harris Rainham Sixth Form and all our sixth formers. Our student leadership team will represent the student body and liaise with staff to ensure student experience, opportunities and outcomes are exceptional.

29/11/23

A huge congratulations to our student senior leadership team. HRSF would like to introduce our Student Presidents; Sarah and Daniel, and our Vice Presidents; Anastasia, Jamiayma, Enoch and Adrian. pic.twitter.com/8POZCjTPmZ

28/11/23

HRSF would like to introduce the student leadership team! All students in this photo have one of the following roles: Student President, Student Vice President, Senior Prefects, Prefects and Society Leaders. We are so proud of all our sixth form leaders and excited for the future pic.twitter.com/hpilxLSlk0

24/11/23

At HRSF we believe in hard work as we know that our habits determine our future. Well done to all our students who fully prepared for their vocational mock exams this week. This shows real drive and determination and is great preparation for the real vocational exams in January. pic.twitter.com/fwCOC5BHRt

23/11/23

Daniel and Sarah delivered a speech during our open evening to audiences of 200+ guests. They did a fantastic job, speaking with clarity and passion, inspiring prospective students and supporting their sixth form. We are so proud of you and excited to see your impact at HRSF.

23/11/23

Congratulations to our two Student Presidents; Daniel and Sarah. These sixth formers embody our values and are fully invested in all that we do here at Harris Rainham Sixth Form. pic.twitter.com/JIcgWycoyF

22/11/23

Thank you to all our sixth formers who volunteered at HRSF open evening. All students conducted themselves professionally and engaged with prospective students and parents to inform them about the subjects we offer and the values we hold. Applications for HRSF 2024 now open! pic.twitter.com/yUrA1Vm4Ps

17/11/23

Our students were highly engaged, eagerly discussing their enthusiasm for undergraduate courses and careers ranging from Dentistry and Engineering to English Literature and Architecture.

17/11/23

This week, some of our most ambitious sixth form students joined the first in a series of Harris Experience Advanced conference calls. The launch event was a preview of the wealth of opportunities aimed at helping our students gain entry to the world’s most selective universities pic.twitter.com/mXVHlshAoR

14/11/23

One week to go...Our open evening is on Tuesday 21st November, 5.30pm-7.30pm. This will be a great opportunity to hear about our values, meet our sixth formers and speak to subject experts about the courses we offer and their entry requirements.We hope to see you there! pic.twitter.com/IpeKDKA9R0

10/11/23

We also looked at dry ice seeing how it could be used in spooky theatre productions. The last part of the day was Q&A session. Topics discussed were the structure of courses on offer, accommodation, societies and social clubs and the cost of attending University.

10/11/23

The sixth formers then attended a typical University lecture where a Doctor of Chemistry demonstrated liquid Nitrogen (-195oC), its effect on balloons, and what would happen if you put your hand in it for too long (when your skin peels off it is called ‘degloving’!).

10/11/23

26 HRSF biologists, chemists and physicists attended a series of STEM lectures and workshops at Queen Mary University. These photos show the chemistry students participating in a biomedical lab where students were able to analyse their own electrocardiograms. pic.twitter.com/13OipaDQ2u

09/11/23

Members of our sustainability elective were given a tour of our new sixth form building this morning. A quantity surveyor showed students how our new building complies with ambitious national sustainability targets and answered lots of insightful questions. pic.twitter.com/Sv1dKp865k

03/11/23

A huge thank you to Josh, Sadie and Harry who visited their previous secondary school to deliver a year 11 assembly about Harris Rainham Sixth Form. Each sixth former spoke with confidence and clarity to talk about our values, the courses we offer, and our new building. pic.twitter.com/cijtDwDLAM

02/11/23

Today was the official Federation Oxbridge launch! It was great to join other Harris Federation sixth formers, alongside 26 HRSF students, to understand a little more about applying to Oxbridge and the preparation required, as well as to hear from Harris/Oxbridge alumni. pic.twitter.com/OYJNpTQyIy

Meet The Leadership Team

We have both the great privilege and the great responsibility of working with our students to help them transform their lives and the lives other others, while reaching any university destination or career pathway that they desire.

We uphold important traditions and high standards. We expect our sixth formers to work hard in all that they do. We expect our sixth formers to behave impeccably and in a scholarly conduct so that we have focused and academic classrooms and professional and calm corridors and breakout spaces.

We have high standards regarding attendance, punctuality, private study and equipment because we believe education changes a lives, and not a minute can be wasted. We expect our students to adopt and master effective and productive habits which can serve them in their future careers.

We believe in respect, authority and personal responsibility; our staff hold students accountable so that they can have every chance of success and strive for greatness. We believe all our students should belong to a caring community and want our students to feel happy, safe and empowered. Our sixth form is a place where diversity is celebrated and students are encouraged to question the world around them to seek truth and become kind, tolerant and confident members of society.

The senior leaders are incredibly passionate about this academic sixth form and serving the local community.


Meet the leadership team

Mr Stananought - Principal 

Gareth Stananought

Ms Holland - Vice Principal

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Mr Jukes - Assistant Principal 

Rob

 

Ms Osborn - Head of Year 12

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