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15/01/21

Over 100 year 11 students attended a virtual careers Worksop from today. Engaging and inspiring!

14/01/21

We are so excited about the growth of DT at HASN. Fabulous opportunities for our students with the arrival of our brand new 3D printer and laser cutter! https://t.co/KB9jYIvbD3

11/01/21

A huge congratulations to Whitney and Keiran, our Bedrock Vocabulary champions this month!

11/01/21

This month, KS3 students at HASN are learning the following words with : distinguish, avail, desolate, astute, renounce and imperative.

19/12/20

Merry Christmas from our Beulah Hill Student Leaders! Today our student leaders handed over donations and hand crafted Christmas cards to Age UK Croydon. Thank you to all of Beulah teachers and students for their generosity. https://t.co/R49SIVfE4T

17/12/20

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We can all help to with a few simple steps. Don't take our word for it - these secondary students from across know the score. Huge thanks to , , and to all our schools for everything they do! https://t.co/xY0oW0Lf1C

10/12/20

This naughty Elf’s been causing mayhem at HASN this week https://t.co/8FSd8YGu74

10/12/20

And to our lovely NCS sixth formers for their efforts in collecting for the local food bank

10/12/20

Proud of our year 8s completing climbing wall challenges to raise money through magic radio for children facing poverty over Christmas

08/12/20

Beulah Hill’s Student Voice is spreading the Christmas cheer by collecting donations for Age Uk Croydon. If you see them, please dig deep! https://t.co/8Fgd1RFmTx

03/12/20

The HASN tree! https://t.co/JjoKFfdNur

20/11/20

Prospective Sixth Form Students - Please see our Virtual Open Evening Video https://t.co/2A0wM87jJn https://t.co/x9RmYHl9jk

13/11/20

Throwback to last Children In Need. Hopefully we can go singing with Pudsey again next year! https://t.co/ATWwoSRuGn

11/11/20

Our memorial board hangs with pride in the atrium. Lest we forget. They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them. https://t.co/2iV8YYBj6Q

23/10/20

The results are in. 10 merits and a distinction! Yet more fantastic results for our students in their graded music exams! Our 100% pass rate continues. Congrats to all the students and their teachers!

23/10/20

Retweetd From Croydon Libraries

There's still time to enter our Diverse Voices Instapoetry competition for 13-19yr olds. Click the link to find out more: https://t.co/yBiCO7RrWD. Stuck for inspiration? Croydon's Poet Laureate has made us some helpful videos: https://t.co/YbcwB3mWGb https://t.co/vIF9aFijwH

22/10/20

A reminder that our virtual open evening is available to view on our website: https://t.co/OEvtAHrMcm And you can now view a Q&A with our Principals here: https://t.co/33tnSDE5iV

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Announcement

The HASN Virtual Curriculum: January to February 2021

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.

 

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.

 

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.