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24/05/22

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. https://t.co/5g8rETGp80

03/03/22

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

03/03/22

A fabulous night out with our year 9 students at the Royal Albert Hall watching the performing with the amazing https://t.co/a34Vtp8W6r

18/02/22

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

15/02/22

Year 12 Geography Students researching beach profiles along the Jurassic Coast in Durdle Door, Lullworth Cove and Sandbanks. https://t.co/rpgCaEYSdI

15/02/22

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Well done to the students at for the performance! https://t.co/mm6kvUy8uF

15/02/22

Year 12 Geography students in Dorset last week carrying out high energy coast fieldwork on Chesil Beach. https://t.co/hx1jkyz1U6

31/01/22

What a fabulous Monday: Lion dancing in the canteen to celebrate Chinese New year and the launch of our brand new scholars program!

12/01/22

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Great to speak with the students of about their hopes & thoughts around returning to school on Thankyou to & HT Sam for inviting us. https://t.co/67kKfhw4Od

23/12/21

Virtual Christmas Concert 2021 - our weekly talented students performing their own take on Santa Baby! https://t.co/hNP0MH4owa

23/12/21

Virtual Christmas Concert 2021 Highlights - First up The Sixth Form Band performing Fleetwood Mac https://t.co/zJpMVDATTn

03/12/21

Read all about our Sixth Formers exciting performance at Mansion House last week! https://t.co/f8HFhLwf6C

01/12/21

Our choir had a fabulous time performing at this morning. What a warm and receptive audience! https://t.co/WOmmuig3Ol

23/11/21

We hope we did your show justice!! Next stop for this ensemble is the Noel Coward Theatre to see and co performing!

23/11/21

We so enjoyed representing and at the Lord Mayor's Appeal Impact Reception! What an amazing opportunity and experience for our students!

23/11/21

This evening four of our Sixth Form performed at Mansion House for 300 guests.including The Lord Mayor and Prince Edward!!!!! And they were outstanding. https://t.co/wEBBuketjD

19/11/21

A great day of fundraising at HASN to support a fantastic cause! https://t.co/caPYlfMeLP

15/11/21

Another fantastic trip to The last week for The Beauty of Ballet performed by the . Year 7, 9 & 10 students loved their evening of Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev! https://t.co/o11iavIKPV

15/11/21

Today we welcomed year 5's from to our Clocktower site for a DT Workshop. Look at the fantastic Spinners they created! https://t.co/4ZAibe21rS

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Personal Development Curriculum at Clocktower

Tutor, Assembly, PSHE and Careers 

Relationships & Sex Education

Creating Scholars, Citizens & Ambassadors 

Our curriculum challenges us to explore fundamental truths about the human condition and the physical world, enabling us to see beyond the immediate context of our lives and become the best version of themselves we can be: turning mirrors into windows. Our tutor and assembly programmes are a fundamental way in which seek to accomplish this vision. 

Values encompassed within the Personal Development Programme:  

  1. Academy Values: Scholars, citizens and ambassadors.  
    1. Discipline, Resilience, Kindness, Gratitude, Pride and Service. 
  2. British Values/Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural (SMSC) 
  3. Personal Social Health & Economic Education (PSHE)/ – Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) 
  4. Careers/Work Related Learning (WRL) and economic wellbeing 
  5. The Brain and learning 
  6. Students play a central role 

 

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Tutor 

Tutor 

Social Personal Health Economic Relationships Education 

Tutor time daily schedule 

Year & Site 

Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 

7 Clocktower 

Spelling Test 

Assembly 

SPHERE 

First Chapter Thursday 

SPHERE 

8 Clocktower 

Spelling Test 

SPHERE 

Assembly 

First Chapter Thursday 

SPHERE 

9 Clocktower 

Spelling Test 

SPHERE 

SPHERE

First Chapter Thursday 

Assembly 

10 Clocktower 

Assembly 

Or SPHERE 

 

 

 

SPHERE 

11 Clocktower 

Assembly 

Or SPHERE 

 

 

 

SPHERE 

12  

Clocktower 

 

UCAS/Careers 

SPHERE 

Assembly 

 

 

Tier-Two Word tests – Morphology Monday 

Morphology Monday builds on the Academy's focus on explicit vocabulary instruction within our tutor literacy programme. Throughout the year, students will focus on the history of language, with a core focus on etymology, morphology from our words that are derived Greek, Latin, and Indian languages. This will then culminate in a ten-word spelling test, using the root word learnt that tutor time.  

 

Literacy – First Chapter Thursday

First Chapter Thursday is about nurturing a genuine love for reading, building tutor community, exposing students to a diverse range of authors and texts, strengthening our students reading skills and listening comprehension. There is a high correlation between reading comprehension and listening comprehension, which means that students can gain all the benefits from independent reading by listening to the words being read aloud instead (Bell and Perfetti 1994). Each week, we would like to give every student the opportunity to experience a new story through their tutor reading aloud the first chapter. We hope that not only will every student’s reading comprehension improve, 

but through exposing them to complete stories, read with passion and enthusiasm each week, we will inspire them to seek new reading opportunities independently.


Tutor - PSHE

SPHERE Sessions 

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Social Personal Health Economic Relationships Education 

There Sphere programme during tutor time aims to provide students with the following: 

  1. Academy Values: Scholars, citizens and ambassadors.  
    1. Discipline, Resilience, Kindness, Gratitude, Pride and Service. 
  1. British Values/Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural (SMSC) 
  2. Personal Social Health & Economic Education (PSHE)/ – Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) 
  3. Careers/Work Related Learning (WRL) and economic wellbeing 
  4. The Brain and learning 
  5. Students play a central role 

 

Flexibility will be required throughout the year as needs will arise from news stories and issues that affect our students and therefore this Tutorial Programme timetable is a working document.  

Tutor Time in the Sixth Form 

Year 12 tutor’s will follow a 3 day programme similar to that in lower school with a particular focus on: 

  • Careers 
  • Work Experience 
  • Independent Study 
  • The psychology of learning 
  • UCAS 
  • SPHERE 

The Sixth Form Programme is more flexible than KS4 & KS5 and joins in with whole school celebrations or events. 

 

Assemblies

Assembly Rota 

Day 

Clocktower – In the MFH 

Monday 

Year 10/11 PM Alternate weeks 

Tuesday  

Year 7 

Wednesday  

Year 8 

Thursday 

Year 12 

Friday 

Year 9 

 Assemblies are thought-provoking and encourage students on the moral, social, religious, spiritual and health related issues that affect their lives.  

Assembly themes are based on the Values of the Personal Development Programme and are designed to integrate with the SPHERE programme. Assembly themes will also be based on significant cultural events and landmarks throughout the year such as Remembrance Day or World Book Day

Assemblies are delivered by Middle & Senior leaders and will be supported/attended by HOY's and year group AP’s. 

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Relationships and Sex Education

 

  • The aim of RSE is to give young people the information they need to help them develop healthy, nurturing relationships of all kinds, not just intimate relationships. It should enable them to know what a healthy relationship looks like and what makes a good friend, a good colleague and a successful marriage or other type of committed relationship. It should also cover contraception, developing intimate relationships and resisting pressure to have sex (and not applying pressure). It should teach what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in relationships.
  • This will help pupils understand the positive effects that good relationships have on their mental wellbeing, identify when relationships are not right and understand how such situations can be managed.

 

Our RSE curriculum AIMS

  • Delivers lessons where pupils feel safe and encourages participation by using a variety of teaching approaches with opportunities to develop critical thinking and relationship skills
  • Is taught by staff regularly trained in RSE and PSHE (with expert visitors invited in to enhance and supplement the programme where appropriate)
  • Is based on reliable sources of information, including about the law and legal rights, and distinguishes between fact and opinion
  • Promotes safe, equal, caring and enjoyable relationships and discusses real-life issues appropriate to the age and stage of pupils, including friendships, families, consent, relationship abuse, sexual exploitation and safe relationships online
  • Gives a positive view of human sexuality, with honest and medically accurate information, so that pupils can learn about their bodies and sexual and reproductive health in ways that are appropriate to their age and maturity
  • Gives pupils opportunities to reflect on values and influences (such as from peers, media, faith and culture) that may shape their attitudes to relationships and sex, and nurtures respect for different views.
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We ensure that the curriculum meets the needs of all students

  • Fosters gender equality and LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans) equality and challenges all forms of discrimination in RSE lessons and in every-day school life
  • Meets the needs of all pupils with their diverse experiences - including those with special educational needs and disabilities
  • Seeks pupils’ views about RSE so that teaching can be made relevant to their real lives and assessed and adapted as their needs change

 

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