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02/03/21

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Going back to school can be difficult for some children. It can help to get into a good routine before term starts. We've got tips on getting into a back-to-school routine and more advice on supporting children with school: https://t.co/U3OdpVq0tC https://t.co/XUL8NtrRq9

10/02/21

What time would it be now? https://t.co/TOiKE2ZxW5

10/02/21

Can you solve our today? https://t.co/jpd2UZjFbO

09/02/21

It is time for Monday afternoon's maths teaser ! https://t.co/fd5fdO5q5f

09/02/21

An interesting Monday morning ! https://t.co/GrrS8moPFJ

05/02/21

Another day means another fun . What position are you in? https://t.co/PrlO46PGTF

05/02/21

Time to end the week with another maths teaser! https://t.co/0gHQD1wUbu

04/02/21

Another interesting for you to solve this afternoon! https://t.co/sLG6r8wyb6

04/02/21

Lets start your Thursday morning off with another maths teaser! https://t.co/V3L9lAEkKj

03/02/21

Can you solve our this afternoon? https://t.co/j9npMDxSoi

03/02/21

How many 9s are there between 1 and 100? https://t.co/ufRpyxHYrJ

02/02/21

We have a little riddle for todays - can you work it out? https://t.co/19Vu6C9dHc

02/02/21

An interesting maths teaser this morning! What is the number? https://t.co/ucG6UnvLzE

01/02/21

Its time for Monday morning maths teaser! Can you work out the answer? https://t.co/V8ze9pA5hh

29/01/21

Lets end the week with another . What am I? https://t.co/OzLUsoUFbF

28/01/21

Another Maths Teaser for you all! Let us know what you think the answer is! https://t.co/6pfysqCqNU

28/01/21

Can you solve our this morning? What direction was Jason pointing? https://t.co/iu14rQ82Ao

27/01/21

An interesting Maths Teaser this afternoon. Can you solve it? https://t.co/83OzATQ7AB

27/01/21

Here is Wednesday's morning ! How many? https://t.co/U0GrLOjtGh

26/01/21

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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.

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Evacuation Procedures

Security incident

In the event of a security incident there are two levels of lockdown procedure, Yellow and Red Drill. This will be announced via our tannoy system.

Staff will follow the procedures detailed below, and supervise students to do the same, awaiting further instructions at all times.

The Critical Incident Team (SLT/Premises Management) will undertake any investigations necessary and call the emergency services if required.

Staff will reassure students and encourage them to keep calm and quiet.

Staff will keep an accurate register. Students may be placed in a classroom that is not their normal group.

YELLOW DRILL

  • Students and staff to remain in classrooms and continue with lessons
  • Students not in classrooms (i.e. corridors, sports field, break areas) must go to the nearest staffed classroom or sports hall
  • Staff not in classrooms must go to the nearest classroom, sports hall or office space
  • Reception staff must move to the main office and secure the dividing door
  • All personnel must remain in their space until instructed to do otherwise

RED DRILL

  • Follow the instructions for the yellow drill
  • Once in rooms, all personnel must move to the furthest point away from the entrance door, out of sight if possible
  • Close all doors and windows, close blinds, and switch lights off. Mobile phones must not be used
  • All personnel must remain in their space until instructed to do otherwise

GREEN DRILL

  • All Clear—normal academy routine can resume