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27/03/21

To celebrate here are some throwback shots from of some of the fantastic shows our Performing Arts Team have put on! https://t.co/6gxripB6Ve

25/03/21

Mr Smith, our Humanities Coordinator, treated his year 11 students to a game of Jeapordy during Year 11 Exam Preparation after-school today! https://t.co/4Tji5XL60c

21/03/21

Year 9 clubs - Choir, Spanish Media, RE & Greek Tragedy! Get involved this week. Speak to your form tutor for more details! https://t.co/5l9BK4k4LL

21/03/21

Chess, Chinese calligraphy, Keyboards & Geography club for year 8! Ask your form tutor for more details! https://t.co/2Zl9u0uLXk

21/03/21

It's enrichment club launch week at HASN! Check out these fantastic clubs for year 7 students! Ask your form tutor for more details! https://t.co/wEHPVtGyjh

17/03/21

We're very excited to share that the Runner-Up in the London regional competition of is one of our star media students Oreoluwa! Congratulations from everyone at https://t.co/JC4Ishlcyh

14/03/21

Some terrific examples of the great work happening in the art department this term! https://t.co/wkCyJFRhSE

11/03/21

Time to read the first edition of The Clocktower - the brand new newsletter of Harris Academy Clocktower! https://t.co/F4ldiEM9rz https://t.co/QUxojOJ2rY

10/03/21

Congratulations to all these students for topping the Hegarty Maths Spring Leaderboard https://t.co/i4h5vQhXKd

10/03/21

Congratulations to all of these students for topping the Bedrock Vocabulary leaderboard! https://t.co/jk1KVzqf08

08/03/21

Retweetd From Your Croydon

Good luck to all our pupils, teachers and staff who are back to school today! Have a great first day back and - here’s some of our young people sharing that message ❤️⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/AZWfKVK7EA

05/03/21

Huge numbers of students turned out to be tested these past two days. We cannot wait to have you all back with us properly on Monday (year 10-13) and Tuesday (all years)!

04/03/21

Retweetd From Harris Beulah Hill

‘Linguachef’ Cooking completion open to anyone in the Harris Academy Beulah Hill family... Students (past or present!), parents, staff, or local primaries? Ms Bonney fancies herself a pretty good cook; can you create an international dish to beat it? https://t.co/cosdH7ibBa https://t.co/ilySJp337S

03/03/21

Testing Station's and booths all laid out ready for aysmptomatic testing tomorrow! https://t.co/EvgVMuB0Zo

02/03/21

Retweetd From Harris Federation Chinese

😋How can we possibly choose a winner from these amazing entries? They are all so brilliant! 😋 https://t.co/Ft7yam4Yij

01/03/21

It's at HASN! Students will be hearing about a different career in every lesson this week! https://t.co/W6Zrqt5UMo

28/02/21

We're ready for https://t.co/IMuIlA5leL

26/02/21

Retweetd From Harris Beulah Hill

Here at Harris Beulah Hill we encourage all students to read regularly; we know this helps students to broaden their vocabulary, develop empathy, helps them with concentration, and sparks imagination. Want to support your child in reading? There are some great tips here... https://t.co/jC7vJ4TZjN

25/02/21

Really excited about National Careers Week! Our teachers will be using Unifrog to share top careers information with students

25/02/21

Retweetd From Harris Beulah Hill

In 2020, we were awarded £750k to invest in the site. Returning students will see the stunning result of this some of this spending; a state of the art DT Room with laser cutter and 3D printer, and a brand new Food Tech room. Perfect for the next James Dyson or Lorraine Pascal.. https://t.co/AJr9YVyqik

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Remote Curriculum

The HASN Virtual Curriculum: January to February 2021

In short, our Remote Learning offering is very easy and clear: we are providing a full timetable of lessons through Microsoft Teams, that mirrors the timetable in school, for every child in every year group. That means, that if a child would normally do Drama during Period 3 on a Wednesday, that lesson is now delivered remotely. Microsoft Teams is accessed using a student’s academy email address and login in, via the Student Sharepoint portal on the school website. All students received a tutorial during the Autumn term on how to access Remote Learning but any students or parents who have difficulties should email their Heads of Year who will be able to assist quickly.

Subject Leaders have adapted how they deliver knowledge so that even the most practical of subjects including Physical Education, Drama, Art and D.T have Remote Learning provision. 

The timings of the lessons remain the same. Therefore, in Key Stage 3 you can expect your child to be in lessons from 09:00 until 14:50 each day with a twenty-minute break at 10:40, and a thirty-minute lunch at 12:40, and in KS4, you can expect your child to be in lessons from 09:00 until 14:50 on Monday and Friday, with a later finish of 15:40 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; and a twenty-minute break each day at 11:30, and a thirty-minute lunch each day at 13:30.

However, the structure and length of lessons have been altered slightly. A lesson begins with a short connect activity, is then followed by 15-20 minutes of teaching and a subsequent independent task for students to complete for 20-25 minutes. During the independent task, teachers remain available to students to answer questions via the Chat Function. For a double lesson, these times are either doubled or delivered as two single lessons. The reason lessons are slightly shorter than they would be in school is to give students frequent breaks from their screens and devices; however, the amount of work students are expected to complete remains the same. Work is submitted via Microsoft Teams assignments following the Academy’s usual marking policy guidelines.

We are currently exploring how to use emerging technologies such as Notebook so teachers can live mark key pieces of work.

For those students who work with our Additional Educational Needs teams, their interventions will continue online in Teams, or they will be invited to attend school to receive additional support if deemed appropriate by our SENCO. Similarly, those students who are self-isolating will continue with their provision of online tuition that has been in place since September.

Finally, there will be occasions during this period of school closure when teachers will become ill and be unable to teach their lessons. When this happens we will do our best to merge these lessons with another suitable teacher, or if that is not possible, sufficient work will be placed in the Teams Channel by either the teacher or their Head of Department.