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26/05/22

We've been in touch with and can confirm this damage was not caused by students. We take vandalism & anti-social behaviour very seriously, and glad to hear that our students are meeting our standards. Do get in touch if you have any further concerns

25/05/22

Great turnout for the football tournament, completely organised by the year 9 Sports Leaders! Dodgeball is up next on the 8th May! 🎉 https://t.co/OY2sF3Y1E8

21/05/22

30 - 40 mins

21/05/22

And the mini bus is off!! https://t.co/Gh6DfUf6SP

21/05/22

And they are off! https://t.co/qeP1JFdK8C

21/05/22

Tents and coming and the groups are getting ready to walk! https://t.co/xOMoUzdlbo

21/05/22

Good morning! Students are up (no alarm required with the sun) and getting ready to start day two. https://t.co/xRWKEuJnA4

20/05/22

Night night https://t.co/SmTf9j3Nqv

20/05/22

This is what D of E is about. No technology, the great outdoors come rain or shine. Back to basics! https://t.co/B1q4s26ine

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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HAOC Charter

What does our Charter Mean?

Our Charter reflects our culture.

We want students to work hard, to retrieve the knowledge they have learnt, and make it stick. Students are encouraged to have a go first, before asking for help, thinking hard, and trying to answer questions in class, and completing all their homework and revision including making corrections.  All the while making sure their work is completed to the best of their ability and demonstrates the very best of themselves.

We believe all students have the right to feel safe and respected in our school community. We celebrate our differences and are kind to people who are different to us. We communicate respectfully with one another even when we disagree or are upset or angry.  If students are not OK, they know where to go to for help. They also have the confidence to tell an adult when they hear something that is unkind, discriminatory, or harmful.

We instil in our students, the importance of taking responsibility for their own actions, and for any interferences that may get in the way of their potential.  They learn to be self-disciplined in the real and virtual worlds and to accept any consequences that may arise.  

Our aim is for all our students to enjoy being the best they can be.

Haoc charter 2021