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20/05/22

👏 wow, fantastic film- well done to all those who made it and all those who star in it! https://t.co/SJTidRgRRb

20/05/22

Harris Westminster Exec Principal interviewed here about how, as a selective sixth form, it removes barriers for disadvantaged students - not just via its admissions policy, but also changing its opening hours and making trips ‘no cost’ among other initiatives https://t.co/jBHzQ3HOdf

19/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

Lovely couple of days for a bit of river dipping! Year 4 have been down to the Wandle to find and classify some creatures they found in the river 💦 https://t.co/G4N0XwLYCH

18/05/22

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

It is so lovely to visit our academies & to bump into so many ! Yesterday at we thoroughly enjoyed catching up with three more!! https://t.co/ouHpk5tQTh

17/05/22

Retweetd From What Works CSC

Great to have visit Harris Academy Morden today and hear from social workers and young people involved in our Social Workers in Schools programme. Social workers joined from schools across to talk about their involvement in the programme. https://t.co/eVUE8qnKPH

14/05/22

Retweetd From Soarpoints

Timely reposte of a letter by of | a reminder of how we try to disrupt the status quo https://t.co/Zxe43oQsaE

12/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Invictus

Great work by the Eco students and staff. All working hard to clean up the garden patch. So far they have cleaned up 4 planters & planted cucumbers, potato's, spring onions and some pollinator wildflowers. Amazing! https://t.co/9dafey0x8R

12/05/22

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

These confident, young children have been absolute superstars this week! 🌟 We’re so impressed with their resilience, determination and ability to stay calm. 😁Five down, one to go 🤞. Good luck Year 6!! 🍀 https://t.co/dwygz9M46W

12/05/22

Retweetd From @hcacp

Images from our recent Sixth Form Celebration of Achievement evening. Goodbye to all our wonderful Sixth Form students. https://t.co/5JXjaJy56I

09/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Invictus

Huge congratulations & well done to our Sixth Former Ashis, who has secured a place on the extremely competitive DevNeuro Summer School programme! Competition was tough and we're super proud of him! https://t.co/lMyjWQcAeN

06/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Experience

students enjoyed a very inspiring and informative trip to Oxford University yesterday - thank you so much to and for hosting us! https://t.co/s7xTaYIHUX

06/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Junior Academy Carshalton

Watch out O2…HJAC have arrived!! Young Voices are there rehearsing for their performance this evening. 🎤 🎶 Good luck 😄 https://t.co/vVzvbe3vmQ

06/05/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

So very good to see the new multi weather and multi use turf getting its first sunshine | thanks to https://t.co/Kvv0Jr7b7p

05/05/22

Retweetd From Southwark News

Her teacher said: 'Temi’s talent stood out at an early age; she is a wizard with a pencil and carefully refines her work with line and tone and the resulting pieces are stunning.' https://t.co/Ph6IqfCe42

05/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Rainham

Yesterday some of our Y10 students visited London firm Crawford & Co. where they met the CEO and were mentored by business professionals to develop aspirations and build a life-long engagement with learning. Full story at https://t.co/5jIPxtE3I8 https://t.co/hYsGeSbuAq

05/05/22

Retweetd From @hcacp

Mock local elections taking place today at HCACP. Which campaign has been most successful? Find out later today https://t.co/tl5ESIDHio

05/05/22

Retweetd From Harris Orpington

A shout out to our Head Boy Lee on his win at the Kent Schools Golf Championship yesterday. Representing HAO he competed against others from around Kent. Winning the event by 2 shots he will now go on to represent HAO in the Regional and National Championship in May! https://t.co/OpMcFQMiW7

05/05/22

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

We have arrived ready for . Parents look out for our banner HPAPL Music Brings Joy - top left of the arena. Can’t wait for everyone to hear us sing 🎶 https://t.co/Nl7O4qvCGN

28/04/22

Retweetd From Havens Hospices

We’d like to say a HUGE well done to a group of teachers from 👏Teachers walked 36 miles through the night to raise money for and , as one of their students, Ellis, is supported by both charities. So far they have raised over £4,000! https://t.co/0nbjcttxFd

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Reception

We hope you are ready to support your child with a packed year full of exciting learning through play. During this transition into school, we will be supporting your child's development using the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework.

This covers 7 areas of learning under the headings Prime Areas: PSED (Personal, Social, and Emotional Development), PD (Physical Development) & CL (Communication and Language).

As well as the Specific Areas: Literacy (Reading and Writing), Mathematics (Number and Shape, Space & Measure), EAD (Expressive Arts and Design) and UW (Understanding of the World).

The children will engage in a wide range of play based activities that are designed to support independent learning as well as adult led learning. Throughout the day the children have 3 main whole class carpet sessions with a key focus on, Literacy, Phonics and Number.

We have three whole class teaching sessions per day, these include Phonics, Maths and Literacy, however, these core skills are taught throughout the rest of the day, in small groups and throughout play within the continuous provision.


Reading

The children should have a picture book in their book bag. As their understanding of phonics develops, children will start to bring home phonics related reading books. It is important that you spend time listening to your child read on a regular basis, encouraging the key skills, as well as reading a story book to your child. We want children to love books and reading, so please make sure this is a fun activity that you both can enjoy!


Outdoor Learning

Within early years, children have the opportunity to explore activities inside and outside the classroom. To develop gross motor skills, fine motor skills and knowledge and understanding of the world, children will have the opportunity to use sand, water and the mud kitchen. aprons are always available and children are unrestricted during these activities. The doors are open from 9:30 to 11:00 where children have supervised access to the outside areas, including the fenced field area. To access these areas children must wear wellington boots and waterproof jackets or coats.

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