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Yet another fantastic Results day! Congratulations to all those who collected their results today. We look forward to seeing many of you in September!


Congratulations Nii who will read property development at following his successful vocational grades. Dis*DisM


Congratulations to Mia who's A*AB will see her read Geography at


Congratulations to Keerthanan who's A*A*A sees him off to read medicine!


What a fantastic results day yesterday! So many success stories to share. Great to see so many students going onto study at top university's! Congratulations to all our students and good luck at your destinations!


Congratulations to Precious who achieved ABC and is going to read sociology at Warwick University


Congratulations to Arteola who achieved A*A*A and will be going to read law at Exeter


Congratulations to Emmanuel A*AA and is going to read Aerospace Engineering at Queen Mary's!


Congratulations to Charles who achieved A*AB and will be reading History


Congratulations to Jessica who achieved A*A*A who will be studying art at


Congratulations to Daniel A*A*AA who will be reading History & Spanish at Warwick University


Congratulations to Beshir A*BB who is off to read Economics at Loughborough!


Thank you so much for giving our students the opportunity to perform at your conference! Performing to over 450 delegates in the room and live streamed around the world from the stunning Nobu hotel.We couldn't be prouder of their performance.


Celebrating with fancy dress, assemblies on the importance of reading, and workshops for the whole of Year 10 with the brilliant


A fabulous night out with our year 9 students at the Royal Albert Hall watching the performing with the amazing


Economics and Music intervention sessions are cancelled today due to Please stay safe everyone.


Year 12 Geography Students researching beach profiles along the Jurassic Coast in Durdle Door, Lullworth Cove and Sandbanks.

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Remote Curriculum:Virtual Learning

Remote education provision: information for parents

This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts to remain at home.

The remote curriculum: what is taught to pupils at home

A pupil’s first day or two of being educated remotely might look different from our standard approach, while we take all necessary actions to prepare for a longer period of remote teaching.

At Harris Academy South Norwood we seek to do all that we can to limit the impact of learning away from the Academy on our students' learning. Where students are forced to work from home through isolation but are well enough to work, work will be provided for them by their teachers and set via Satchel:One

We teach the same curriculum remotely as we do in school wherever possible and appropriate. However, we may need to make some adaptations in some subjects whenever necessary.

We are expecting for students to study for around 5 hours per day if they are at home.

We may make use of additional resources such as Oak National Academy lessons, video/audio recordings made by teachers where appropriate

Some subject may set long-term project work and/or internet research activities

If we have any concerns regarding your child's engagement or progress we will be in touch to discuss with you

Some students may require additional support: the SEND team sill be in touch regarding the nature and frequency of this support.

Students are expected to:

Access Satchel each day at 9AM to review their work for the day

Follow the instructions set by the teacher carefully, including any instructions relating to how to submit the work completed (if required)

Complete all work set to the best of their ability

Engage fully with assessment activities so we are able to ascertain engagement and progress

Students can:

Contact their tutor and Head of Year if they have any problems, concerns, or require additional support: this is especially important if struggling with IT issues at home

Contact their subject teachers via Satchel or via email if they need specific help or to request additional work