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Excellent webinar from . Having previously worked for / with him at it definitely rings true. By far the best professional development I've ever had, both formal and informal.


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*Really* Looking forward to the next webinar Exec. Principal & prof. trained coach will share: Team Toxins: mistakes leaders make and how to avoid them 📅 Tuesday 9th June 🕕 6.00pm Save your spot here:


Sounds like you have got a lot on your plate. Don’t put yourself under too much pressure. We know our parents are doing their best under difficult circumstances. When we are back at school we will make sure all students get back on track. If you need more support then let us know


A massive thank-you to all our families for working with us during this difficult time. It’s now been a few days of our new virtual school plan. Please get in touch and let us know how it’s going or what we can do to offer further support


Hi there - we would be love to help. Email and we can work out some support.


Good evening, a member our virtual tutor team will call you tomorrow to try and resolve this issue.


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With school closures and social distancing affecting us all, we’ve created something in the hope that it makes your life a little easier. Audible Stories - 100s of kids’ audiobooks for free. Just click, stream and listen 😊


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Please, Parents. Help your children and your teachers + the country. School on Monday has to be the LAST resort, not the first. We must ALL be so, again, please, if they can, they MUST and then you’ll help us help you.


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You should only send your child to school on Monday if you have to, because your work is critical to our COVID-19 response. If you are able to keep your child at home, you should.


A reminder that children of keyworkers and vulnerable groups can come to school on Monday at 9am. Just drop us an email to let us know you’re coming. Let’s do it 👊


Y11 shirt signing: it hasn’t ended the way we wanted but you were on track for record results and we’re really proud of you.


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From tomorrow, we'll be bringing a bit of science into your home every day at 10am to help keeping everyone inspired in these challenging times. Join us on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at 10am each day. Ask us questions and let us know what you'd like to see!


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just looked at the online school work very impressed thank you 😊 makes this difficult time easier for parents


Today all year 7 and 8 students were given at least one book minimum to take home and read while schools are closed.


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Keep Active and Healthy. Virtual PE lesson. Monday to Friday. 9am.


18/03/20: Year 9, Year 10 & Year 12 students must remain at home, all other year groups attend the academy as normal. Please note that any new information from the academy about coronavirus, including details of possible academy closures, can be found at


17/03/20: Year 10 and Year 12 students must remain at home, all other year groups attend the academy as normal. Please note that any new information from the academy about coronavirus, including details of possible academy closures, can be found at


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Parents, carers and pupils: all Harris academy updates on coronavirus will now be published on a dedicated website: You will also receive a text message as and when there is any new information.


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Harris Academy Greenwich Homework Policy

Purpose of Homework:

Homework is used as a tool for students to consolidate learning already acquired through the delivery of the curriculum. It provides an opportunity to overlearn topics, skills and knowledge to support long term memory - interleaving of both current and past learning to ensure skills and knowledge stick. Through the use of low stakes quizzing, teachers’ understanding of student learning is informed, supporting further planning for individuals.  


Homework expectations:

  1. Reading – 30 minutes per night
  2. Self-Quizzing in homework books (Flip and Fetch)
  3. Technology apps in maths and science to supplement self-quizzing (Hegarty Maths and Tassomai* ) *specified year groups only



  • Read alone, or with an adult at home for at least half an hour a day
  • Daily reading must be recorded in student ‘Reading logs’.
  • Parents / carers must sign reading logs weekly
  • English teachers will check reading logs weekly on their designated day


Self-Quizzing (Flip & Fetch)

  • Flip and Fetch homework will be set by class teachers from Knowledge Organisers.
  • Flip and Fetch homework will be completed in student Homework books.
  • Each subject studied requires a minimum of one full page of work.
  • Flip and Fetch homework will be checked each week on a Tuesday, period 1. Students must have their Homework books with them every day.
  • KS3 must complete 6 pages of Flip and Fetch a week. KS4 must complete 7 pages of Flip and Fetch each week as well as any extra homework from their GCSE subjects.
  • Classroom teachers will check the quality of Flip and Fetch homework in lessons through weekly quizzes.
  • Homework club is available every day after school in room 2.13.





Hegarty Maths

(Online Maths platform)

  • Students will watch a video set by the teacher
  • Students will copy down the practice questions into the back of their homework books from the video.
  • Students attempt to answer the task(s) set by the teacher. Students must attempt and re-attempt (if need be) a task set that they are struggling with. It is okay to get something wrong, provided that more than one attempt and working out has been shown.
  • Students must show their working out for task(s) at the back of their homework books
  • Year 7 complete 1 task each week
  • Year 8, 9, 10 complete 2 tasks each week



(Online Science platform)

  • KS4 only
  • Students will complete 4 daily goals a week (1 daily goal per day)
  • Tassomai will test students on both current and past learning


Non-Completion of homework:

  • If a student fails to complete the correct amount of homework or fails to reflect the required standard then:
  • A record is made on BROMCOM for both KS3 and KS4 students
  • A centralised school detention of 30 minutes will be set