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25/05/20

Our latest assembly looks at personal reflection during lockdown. In particular it focuses on Muslims who have spent the month of Ramadan reflecting on the values that underpins ones of the 5 pillars of their faith https://t.co/oHZAWTNBuv

24/05/20

Today marks the celebration of Eid'l Fitr by the Muslim community, the end of their month long fast for Ramadan. We wish all a blissful Eid'l Fitr https://t.co/gfc2GJyxPb

22/05/20

Well done to the following students for their positive improvement attempts https://t.co/dj2e2nalsJ

22/05/20

3030 Essex is back for June 2020! A month dedicated to moving! So get your resource pack downloaded, your trainers out and the bike tyres pumped! Head over to https://t.co/Y1DLy23idt and get involved! https://t.co/RuaehhdRVG

22/05/20

Lets start Friday morning off with a - can you get it? https://t.co/gSmxGp1LmK

21/05/20

A huge well done to the following top students for completing the most unique skills https://t.co/8au8R9LzKa

21/05/20

Here is a helpful little checklist to structure your day to support your home learning and wellbeing! https://t.co/qQNWvBkeED https://t.co/hYhHyrZyEx

21/05/20

Here is Thursday's for you to have a go at! Can you get the answer? https://t.co/lSw1jWwBih

20/05/20

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We will ensure this is amended. Please accept our apologies.

20/05/20

Well done to the following students for spending the most hours completing memri quizzes! https://t.co/ikpuNKckj6

20/05/20

Why don't you have a go at Wednesday's below? https://t.co/OoCFOjiik8

19/05/20

A huge well done to our top learners for answering the most questions correctly https://t.co/2X6oxwEDJT

19/05/20

Here is Tuesdays great - can you get the answer? https://t.co/ym6M4czOJ9

19/05/20

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If your child finds it difficult to talk about their feelings, here are some conversation starters that you can use. https://t.co/excdDI11AD

19/05/20

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📣#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek has begun!😊Join us this week as we talk about why to our mental health. 🌎"We chose kindness because of its singular ability to unlock our shared humanity. It strengthens relationships, develops community & deepens solidarity."💚 https://t.co/jHt8pItdx4

18/05/20

Well done to our top learners spending the most time learning skills! https://t.co/II954t8wi2

18/05/20

Here's Monday morning's ! Can you get the answer? https://t.co/flBklihbd2

18/05/20

Get involved in this week's challenge from the PE department involving a toilet roll! Send your videos in to news.org.uk so we can compile a lockdown video with staff, students and families giving it a go! https://t.co/1wVhrjyg1h https://t.co/aJ4BWOCOcl

15/05/20

Well done to our highest achieving students with the most quizzes completed with 100% last week! https://t.co/xouHUeQCUF

15/05/20

Have a go at our challenge from the Maths department. Can you beat Mr. Crawford's time? Get the whole family involved! Send your videos to news.org.uk https://t.co/f30rRxC0MP https://t.co/zBE53DNFCe

Harris Academies
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Uniform

By requiring the students to wear the Academy uniform, it is intended to develop their sense of loyalty to the community of which they are members, and to encourage them to take pride in their appearance. 

Students are expected to wear full Academy uniform on the way to and from the Academy. Blazers are to be worn at all times except in lessons when teachers have given permission for them to be removed.

Purchase branded and non-branded unifrom directly from:Brigade Schoolwear.

Blazer

Regulation Harris Academy Ockendon Navy blazer with Harris Academy Ockendon logo and trimmings.
House colours (badge) should be worn above the Academy badge at all times.                              

Jumper

Navy V-neck with a burgundy stripe.
Jumpers only can be worn under the blazer. No other jumper, cardigans or sweatshirts are permitted.

Skirt

Harris Academy Ockendon kilt (Burgundy and Navy) as provided by the uniform supplier). Skirts should be knee length and worn on the waist.

Tie

Regulation Harris Academy Ockendon tie - Burgundy with coloured stripe to denote the relevant year group;

Year group 2019-20

Tie Colour

 

Year Group 2020-21

Tie Colour

Year 7

Teal stripe

 

Year 7

Navy stripe

Year 8

Purple stripe

 

Year 8

Teal stripe

Year 9

Silver/Grey stripe

 

Year 9

Purple stripe

Year 10

Gold stripe

 

Year 10

Silver/Grey stripe

Year 11

Navy stripe

 

Year 11

Gold stripe

 

Blouse

Plain white open neck blouse, tucked in and buttoned.

Shirt

Plain white collared shirt, tucked in and buttoned. Collared shirts should be worn with the regulation academy tie.

Socks

Plain black long socks worn below the knee or plain black mid-calf socks.

Tights

Plain black. No footless, patterned or fishnet tights or leggings.

Shoes

Plain black shoes. No trainers, ankle boots, knee length boots, fabric shoes or shoes with open toes or open heels. No trimmings.
Laces and stitching must be black. (Students will not be allowed to attend lessons if trainers are worn to the Academy).

Coat

Plain outdoor coat/jacket (no logos) which should cover the blazer. No denim, leather, cardigans, sweatshirts or tracksuit tops. Hooded tops are not to be worn at the Academy. Any garment of this kind will be confiscated.

PE Kit

Grey polo shirt with Harris Academy Ockendon logo. Black shorts, tracksuit bottoms, skirt or skort. Academy black all-weather training top (optional).

All jewellery must be removed for PE lessons.

Hair

Long hair is dangerous in practical lessons and must be tied back with a plain black ribbon or hair band. Sensible hair styles only with no excessive colour. Extreme hair styles or colours are not permitted. No decorative attachments are to be worn in the hair. Hair bands must be plain black.

General

No coloured nail varnish. Nail extensions must not be worn at any time.
Tinted or cosmetic contact lenses are not permitted.  
Black scarves, hats (no bandanas, hoods or caps) and black gloves only to be worn and these must be removed once inside the Academy. 

Hijabs & Turbans

Worn for religious purposes, must be plain navy.

Jewellery

No jewellery except for one wristwatch. One pair of silver or gold coloured (no stones) stud earrings. Nose studs and other forms of body piercing are not permitted. No accessories are to be worn or attached to clothing apart from the Academy badges.

Valuables

Large amounts of money and/or expensive personal belongings should not be brought to the Academy. Harris Academy Ockendon will not accept liability for any claim arising from theft, accidental damage or loss to personal items, money, belongings or clothing whilst at the Academy.
Digital and electronic devices including mobile phones must be turned off and kept in the bottom of bags at all times.  Items seen or heard will be confiscated.