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27/03/20

Retweetd From NHM at Tring

It's time! We hope you're keeping track of your points, answers in an hour. What's the name of this supposedly bad tempered little animal? What is their connection with Tring? https://t.co/RkR3mxFOsr

27/03/20

Retweetd From HPA Kent House

Parents, please share examples of your home learning. We would love to see how the children are doing 😊

24/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation

PLEASE RETWEET: with 36,000 families at our schools in London and Essex, we want to supply food parcels for those in need (on top of free school meals which we’re already doing). We’ll fully fund this but URGENTLY need a supermarket chain to help.

24/03/20

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

https://t.co/CvEUTQ8954 😊

24/03/20

Retweetd From Ruth Miskin Training

Head to Oxford Owl for home for free RWI eBooks and other resources provided by Oxford University press. Parents will just need to sign up for free! https://t.co/z7MzBeNgWF

24/03/20

Don’t forget to check out our remote working website page for guidence on how to use our learning packages https://t.co/RmHnhPmLCx

23/03/20

Retweetd From Literacy Trust

This is fab - & have teamed up to create Home Time, full of fun activities from children's authors and illustrators for kids to do at home. https://t.co/OJuBlJMP2Z https://t.co/zqtJ3Q3xo5

23/03/20

Retweetd From The Big Bang Fair

Schools out doesn't mean STEM inspiration stops. We're pulling together our favourite activities, resources & ideas to keep you going. If you've got PVA glue here's a great fun place to start. It's educational and it can help you relax! https://t.co/YWZrnzfAmP

23/03/20

Retweetd From Portrait Gallery

Looking for activities to do with the kids? Our : Drawing from Life teaching resource is now online. There are plenty of practical drawing tasks and discussions points to explore and have fun with! Download today: https://t.co/WvVMcTzBlh https://t.co/4ojFmleanj

23/03/20

Retweetd From Literacy Trust

As a response to the school closures we have set up our new Family Zone, bringing together informative resources for children aged 0-12 to continue their learning outside of school. https://t.co/MOCh7aughK https://t.co/263l9H5CwG

23/03/20

Retweetd From DofE London

If you’re into coding, game programming or app design, you can continue your skills section from home by continuing these activities. If you’re a beginner, you can learn the coding basics from online platforms or apps. https://t.co/A1M2Vh0ug9

23/03/20

Retweetd From HABE Sport

Good one to try whilst the sun is shining! https://t.co/ua1QG3FUTD

23/03/20

Retweetd From The Body Coach

😀 PE WITH JOE starting Monday morning at 9am on my YOUTUBE channel: The Body Coach TV 📺 Please please share this with as many people as you can ❤️ Our kids need this more than ever. Share it on your stories, your wall, your Twitter, whatsapp and school newsletters ❤️ https://t.co/ioFGeFRpuK

23/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Sutton

Some literature-related films that are on this week https://t.co/3goVxgzKrF

23/03/20

Retweetd From HarrisDulwichGirls

Please heed this advice. If you are able to keep your child at home, you should. https://t.co/o19Ar5CYHj

23/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Bromley

We may be closed, but reading doesn’t have to stop. Keep on reading! https://t.co/zmEgeJ8NOc

23/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Proud that our schools played a small part in the making of this documentary. Tune in at 8.30pm this evening, on BBC One. https://t.co/PgfHaomFz3

20/03/20

Great News, the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust have included HAO's Year 9 Art Project 'Standing Together' on their website: https://t.co/Fm4otnP9uq

18/03/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Parents and pupils: please check https://t.co/0JeUHHfRDp for the latest information about year group closures.

18/03/20

*Partial Closure of School* March 18th 2020 for Yr 9, 10 & 12. Please take care, wash hands & keep in touch. Updates will be announced on the schools website and emails home. Students can access work on Show My Homework. https://t.co/LK13u2Es0B

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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Westminster

Sixth Form Dress Code

You must be smartly dressed at all times, as you would be if working in a smart professional environment. You are role models for the rest of Harris Federation so should be smartly presented at all times. 

Male Dress Code

  • Formal business suit
  • Formal shirt and tie
  • Formal shoes

Female Dress Code

  • Formal business suit (skirts must be at least to the knee, no stretchy lycra material allowed)
  • Formal business dress and jacket
  • Formal blouse or shirt
  • Formal shoes
  • Formal business jacket will need to be worn
  • Girls wishing to wear the Islamic dress should wear a simple silhouette jilbab and a hijab which should not be too colourful. Both garments should not be over embellished.

    Jackets may be removed in warm conditions. No outerwear may be worn in classrooms.

    Physical Education, Performing Arts and Drama students are expected to conform to the expectations on kit.

    Students taking part in PE/ academy lessons must travel to and from the academy in their formal wear.

    The following are not permitted:

  • Brightly coloured suits
  • Casual dresses such as those with a vest style top, very thin straps or strapless style top
  • Jumpers, except for plain v neck jumpers under the blazer
  • Denim or jeans trousers, shirts, blouses or skirts
  • Studs on trousers, skirts, shirts or blouses
  • Casual trousers – combats, track suits, leggings
  • Casual tops – track suits, fleeces, T-shirts, hooded tops, vest tops
  • Shorts, cropped trousers, tight narrow-legged trousers, trousers made of stretchy legging-type material
  • Sportswear
  • Very short skirts or revealing clothes
  • Trainers, pumps, canvas shoes, Vans, Kickers trainers or leisure shoes or pumps
  • Visible boots
  • Patterns or shapes cut into hair or eyebrows and brightly coloured hair, such as Mohicans or tramlines
  • Gloves, hats, caps and bandannas
  • Overly conspicuous jewellery such as large earrings or necklaces
  • Coloured shoe laces
  • Clothing made of sheer or transparent materials

    Tattoos should not be visible.

    Students will be sent home if they do not conform to the dress code. Parents/Carers will be contacted on the first occasion a student is required to be sent home for a dress code violation. In the event of any subsequent digression from the dress code, the student will be issued with a penalty point and sent home to change, but no contact will be made with the Parent/Carer.

    Transgender students may dress consistently in accordance with their gender presentation.

    It is beyond the scope of the policy to provide guidance on every eventuality. In the event of queries, the Principal of Harris Sixth Form (or his/her personal representative), will act as the arbiter. If students fail to comply with these guidelines they will be dealt with in line with the Sixth Form Discipline Structure.

    C. Boyd

    Assistant Principal in charge of Sixth Form