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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

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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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Dress Code

Clothing

· Blazer (black, grey or navy)

· Waistcoat (optional – black, grey or navy)

· Jumper (optional – V neck black, grey or navy)

· Ties (optional – no novelty designs)

· Short / long-sleeved shirt or blouse (white)

· Tailored full length trousers (black, grey or navy)

· Plain knee length or longer skirt (black, grey or navy – no designs of other colours)

· Black ankle / mid-calf socks

· Tights (black / natural non-patterned)

· Plain black leather / faux-leather shoes / Chelsea boots (should be able to be polished)

· Heeled shoes should be a maximum of 3 inches / 7.65CM

· Religious clothing must be black, grey or navy

 

Other

· Hair colours should be within a natural range – no intricate designs.

· Discreet make-up.

· Nails - French Polish / natural colour

· Ear piercings permitted – plain gold / silver studs only. Other visible existing piercings must either not be worn / have clear jewellery whilst in the building

· Discreet jewellery may be worn but must be removed for sport.

· Existing tattoos must be covered.

· ID cards with lanyards must always be worn.

 

Please avoid the following:

· Lycra (unless required for sports)

· Brightly coloured accessories

· Denim

· Studs on clothing

· Shorts / cropped trousers

· No sheer / revealing clothing

· Wearing outdoor coats inside the building.

 

Please note that students studying sport will be able to wear sportswear on days in which this subject is scheduled on their timetable.