|Religion||Church Of England|
|Location||Harris Drive, Overslade Lane
|DfE URN||125757 Tables|
Harris School, a state-run secondary school in Rugby, Warwickshire (England) operates as a voluntary aided Church of England school specialising in sports. It is co-educational, admits pupils between the ages of 11 and 16 (years 7-11) and in 2006 had 685 pupils on the register. The school uses the colours black, gold and red and the current headteacher is Martyn Price. As well as offering GCSE courses the school offers a number of vocational NVQs. The 2007 Ofsted report rated Harris "Good" or "Satisfactory" in all categories, but in 2013 it entered 'special measures'.
2013 Headline data
5 A*-C Grades: 67% (12% increase on 2012) 5 A*-C Grades- including English & Maths: 50% (14% increase on 2012) 5 A*-A Grades: 11% (2% increase on 2012) At least 1 A*-A grade: 35% (6% increase on 2012) A%-C in English: 61% (16% increase on 2012) A%-C in Maths: 66% (17% increase on 2012) 3 Levels of Progress English: 65% 3 Levels of Progress Maths: 66%
In the 2011 Ofsted report, the school received an overall rating of 'Satisfactory'
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