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22/10/17

Retweetd From Boxing4Schools

Boxer of the week showing his new skills Boxing4Schools Skills and Fitness programme 🥊 https://t.co/PNhpBR3aFX

20/10/17

Whole school attendance for Autumn 1 is 96.61%. https://t.co/3XGSiKQx2k

19/10/17

Hi. Let me know which club R is interested in and I can ask. I will check if parentpay is set up too. Mrs B.

19/10/17

You can come in at 9am to view your child’s topic work

19/10/17

The author Abimbola Akinmade visited us today to share her story in assembly ‘Say my name’. https://t.co/BGEGWjsVIl

18/10/17

Yes. Clubs letter for autumn 2 coming out tomorrow.

17/10/17

Retweetd From Boxing4Schools

Today Boxing4Schools After School Club a great 12min sustained jog by all students! Great Work. 🥊🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️ 🥊

17/10/17

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That is the best song ever! Well done year 2.

17/10/17

Special award and free half term sports camp to a child in Year 6 for exceptional sportsmanship this half term. https://t.co/GirZkGBhyw

17/10/17

Well done to these children who were awarded super star sportmanship awards in assembly today from our Premier sports staff. https://t.co/A7E0pUczMB

17/10/17

Year 2 sang ‘London’s Burning’ whilst their houses burned down. https://t.co/cLTNpC8SsI

17/10/17

Year 2 set fire to their Tudor houses to help them understand how the Great Fire of London spread. https://t.co/1MrP2SxZ0c

17/10/17

A wonderful real life experience for Year 2 this morning to help them answer 'Who set London on fire?' https://t.co/6mxM1hHm6c

15/10/17

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Harris Primary Academy Orpington is looking for a Class Teacher. Apply now https://t.co/yXPaoCVuPQ https://t.co/3g3ysi3VvA

13/10/17

Retweetd From Overbes

Stunning...better than the ones the Greeks made many years ago!

13/10/17

Whole school attendance is currently 96.51% https://t.co/m2zk8DTvue

13/10/17

Year 5 have designed and made clay Greek pots. They will be painted black and red next week. https://t.co/EhWlRFK9tb

13/10/17

Year R went on a walk today around our grounds to look for signs of Autumn. https://t.co/z9uBV2GRPH

13/10/17

Year 2 are working together to make Tudor Houses this afternoon. They will be painted on Monday and set fire to on Tuesday! https://t.co/gwuNseYdn4

13/10/17

Wonderful descriptive writing in Year 1 this morning inspired by finding a yeti in our forest area last week! https://t.co/jx5s3j8xA9

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Safeguarding

The Academy is committed to the vital contribution all Governors and staff can make to safeguarding children. We will strive to make sure that every student in the Academy feels secure, well cared for, and able to reach their full potential.

We will ensure all our own staff, other professionals, parents/carers and students work together to know the rules about keeping children safe. They will understand the importance of following procedures and listening to each other, especially when there are concerns about safety.

Esafety is a responsibility of all staff, pupils and parents. If you need advice or have concerns click here to access the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Website.

The Academy will work hard to reduce all the kinds of harm that children can suffer, including abuse, bullying, discrimination and avoidable injuries. If you have any concerns at all about the safety or welfare of a child please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

The Academy Lead Designated Member of Staff for Safeguarding is Catherine Irving, Family Worker.


The Deputy Lead Designated Members of Staff for Safeguarding are Melody Berthoud, (Vice-Principal), Paul Robinson (Executive Principal) and Enoka Abey (SENDCo).

Extremism and Radicalisation 

In June 2014, the Prime Minister emphasised the important role that British values can play in education. Further, how well a school promotes such values is an aspect of Ofsted’s inspection process.

As well as actively promoting British values, the opposite also applies: we would actively challenge pupils, staff or parents expressing opinions contrary to fundamental British values, including ‘extremist’ views.

The British values we espouse are not unique to Britain. We acknowledge that they differ in no way from the values of the many countries and the cultural backgrounds represented by families at Harris Primary Academy Orpington.

We have a clear strategy to tackling extremism and acting early to address any issues of radicalisation. We are aware that some pupils and families may be vulnerable to radicalisation and follow the government's channel guidance (Attached as a key document to this page) as well as having a consistent approach to the teaching of values, which we term British Values, through our taught and extra-curricular curriculum offer. This is detailed in the British Values Policy which can also be found as an attached document on this page.

We work closely to ensure our Prevent approach identifies any pupils that may be in danger of radicalisation and to make referrals to the Bromley MASH service as with any other safeguarding concerns.

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