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We coach grassroots football to talented and amazing young ladies,to start them on the journey to becoming the future of women’s football. Huge credit goes to For making huge steps towards making this happen. ⚽️💙⚽️


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Students at Harris Academy Ockendon should be very proud of their efforts. Two Super School awards this year, including a Silver for video watch time! Well done!


Our soon-to-be Y12 Law students had an incredible time at Chambers this week for the Skills for Law & Success Programme arranged by . Students felt it was an "amazing experience" to be taught by a judge & two barristers with time set aside for discussion & mentoring.


Year 7 Boys 200m 🏃🏼‍♂️🏃🏿‍♂️


Year 8 girls 200m 🏃‍♀️🏃🏿‍♀️


Year 9 boys 200m 🥇🥈🥉


Year 9 girls 200m 🥇🥈🥉


Stamina! 🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏿‍♂️




Soaking up the vibes between events


Javelin 🥇🥈🥉


Rounds of inspiration from our rounders teams 🏏


Some tentative team-building on


Tracing the history of Hip Hop & experimenting with our own creative flair 🎤 Workshops delivered by the wonderful 👏🏿👏🏽👏🏻


Our intrepid students this week became police cadets in an attempt to solve the puzzling case of The Body in the Park! 🔎


From the fields of Ancient Greece to the fields of Ockendon. Behold our sturdy charioteers! 👇🏼#MakingMemories


Well that's a wrap on Making Memories Week. We've done everything from Chariot Racing, tracing the History of Hip Hop, to the Chocolate Challenge! Now for Sports Day 2022! 🏏⚽️🥇🥈🥉


Our year 8s making memories and chariots today 🎉


Well done to the year 7 rounders team on placing 2nd in the borough competition 🎉🎉


Prom vibes 🌳👗🥳

Harris Academies
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School Counsellor

Miss Green, Counsellor

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Miss Green grew up and has lived in the local area all her life, attending secondary school at Emerson Park Seniors in Hornchurch.

She has worked in a number of fields, beginning in her Father’s Greengrocer’s shop as a child, going on to work for a publishing company in London after finishing college.

Miss Green began working here in 2011 as part of the administrative team, during which time she gained a wealth of experience in supporting students and their families.  This laid the groundwork to allow her to begin a career in counselling, successfully gaining a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in 2019.  Miss Green is continuing her professional development by currently studying for her Level 5 Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy, both qualifications are accredited by the Counselling and Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB).  She is also a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) which is the recognised ethical framework that supports her in her work as a professional therapeutic counsellor. 

As school counsellor Miss Green works closely with the pastoral and safeguarding teams in ensuring our students’ positive mental health is always supported. She is passionate and enthusiastic about her role, using a humanistic approach to enable young people to think about their feelings and take responsibility for their thoughts and actions, with the emphasis being on self-development and achieving their highest potential.

Miss Green provides support to students individually as well as in small groups, and is available to help with a range of issues such as stress and anxiety, grief and loss, depression, family or home concerns, anger management, sexuality, exam stress, relationship issues, fears and phobias, self-harm, self-confidence and self-esteem.

Whatever challenges our students may be experiencing, speaking about them in therapy is the start of these challenges having less impact on their lives.  Miss Green’s role is vital in bringing about effective change and encouraging positive mental health.  She provides a safe and non-judgemental environment offering young people unconditional positive regard and empathy as they grow and develop. This can lead to greater insight, healing and progress.  A person’s early experiences, both negative and positive, can impact on their present way of thinking, behaving and relating to others, therefore it is important to help to make those links between past and present  to increase self-awareness and bring about change.