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14/02/19

Just pleated skirts and school trousers, sorry!

13/02/19

High Tea for 40 students who won Golden Shout Outs for exemplifying all three of our values of working hard, being kind and taking responsibility. Well done! Now get back to lessons you lot! :) https://t.co/WrnxiflKCi

09/02/19

Retweetd From James Corden

This is genuinely one of the best things I’ve ever seen live. https://t.co/FY5LH6vxfI

05/02/19

Retweetd From Martin Montague

This piece of art from Thomas Deininger is one of the most incredible things I’ve seen. https://t.co/fJmKg9wpD2

01/02/19

It’s currently raining and our site, the pavements and the roads are all totally clear. 100% attendance expected as always.

31/01/19

As always, we intend to be fully open tomorrow to educate our students despite bad weather. Wrap your children up warmly and send them to school please. If there any changes, we'll tweet and text.

30/01/19

Retweetd From HAGRPE

Well done to the Year 9 boys football team who beat Merton 7-2, to secure their place in the semi-finals of the Harris Cup 🙌⚽️

22/01/19

There was not a plethora of snow?!

22/01/19

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Can you use our word of the week? https://t.co/kGGqA0Drum

22/01/19

Relax kids, we’ll be fully open tomorrow! The weather was almost exciting for a while. ;)

22/01/19

Retweetd From Young Greenwich

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19/01/19

Ok kids. Monday morning here we go. Mr Keely and Mr McMillan training hard for this 😂 https://t.co/8VsxBCLr1E

19/01/19

Year 11: wow! If they can hit this target you can hit yours!!! https://t.co/IzHE9Avy0x

18/01/19

Retweetd From Andrew Adonis

The most remarkable & significant letter to the Times of my lifetime https://t.co/obRlFbJVkt

18/01/19

Retweetd From Natalie McLaughlan

Delayed Dictation has gone down a storm with Y11 Spanish I’ve never seen such focus and positive competitiveness!

17/01/19

Our new extra-curricular clubs timetable now out: https://t.co/MO0zDRqZw0

17/01/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Congratulations to the whole team - 37 Oxbridge offers is a phenomenal achievement. And thank you to everyone for your invaluable drive and support over the past 5+ years. https://t.co/V1ksTEPdT8

15/01/19

Retweetd From Mark Lehain

Fantastic piece in The Times magazine today. Worth a read. https://t.co/eVjFVGQA6B

14/01/19

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14/01/19

Retweetd From UCLA Gymnastics

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Homework

Harris Academy Greenwich Homework Policy

Purpose of Homework:

Homework is an opportunity for students to reflect on the learning achieved in school lessons and practice their newly developed skills and knowledge. Homework therefore enables teachers to check that learning and gain accurate data on where the students in the class are at, so that they may adapt their planning in light of this information. Homework provides the opportunity for the memorisation and interleaving of both current and past learning to ensure skills and knowledge stick.

Homework expectations:

  1. Reading – 30 minutes per night
  2. Self-Quizzing in practice books (Flip and Fetch) – one page of A5 per subject minimum
  3. Technology apps in maths and science to supplement self-quizzing (Tassomai and XIL) *specified year groups only

     

Organisation of homework

  • Flip and Fetch homework will be set daily by class teachers from student Knowledge Organisers.
  • Flip and Fetch homework will be completed in student Practice Journals.
  • Each subject requires a minimum of one full page of work.
  • Learning Guides will check the homework quantity each week. Students must have their Practice Journals with them in their Learning Guidance session.
  • KS3 must complete 6 Flip and Fetch a week. KS4 must complete 10 Flip and Fetch each week as well as any extra homework from their GCSE subjects.
  • Classroom teachers will check the quality of homework in lessons each week.
  • Students will have a week to complete all of their Flip and Fetch homework.
  • Homework club is available every day after school.

Non-Completion of homework:

  • If a student fails to complete the correct amount of homework in a week or to 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