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01/04/21

Please see our website for: 1. Information about lateral flow tests 2. Information about how to get in touch while our usual communication systems are unavailable 3. Our Spring 2 Newsletter, which was published yesterday. https://t.co/Wt6vyLGPAk

31/03/21

Retweetd From Carshalton Athletic FC

A few places still available for our U18 Academy trials on April 9th. Real first team progression opportunities https://t.co/oLRP0Hi6iC https://t.co/DX54rb4Eo2

31/03/21

Retweetd From Steve Duffy

Well done on a fantastic term Year 8! Incredibly proud of each and every one of you for all the work you’ve done both in school and online, and for supporting each other through these challenging times. Enjoy your Easter holidays - you’ve earned them!

31/03/21

We are delighted to be able to share our Spring 2 Newsletter. https://t.co/BZXFti0QPC Terms ends at 12pm today. Please keep an eye on our website - an update will be posted later today. We wish all of our families a peaceful Easter break. https://t.co/QFL150hJtA

30/03/21

Shakespeare in the sunshine with Years 8 and 9 today ☀️ https://t.co/sddKpK3AKB

29/03/21

Retweetd From Steve Duffy

Today it was Mr Zuko instead of Mr Duffy for at https://t.co/j8kASIDTMM

29/03/21

Retweetd From UK Wallball

New signs for our new schools! https://t.co/NtmECIy4qb

29/03/21

And thank you to the wonderful Ms Cobb for organising the day, and running it so smoothly. https://t.co/3UIlme1XsB

29/03/21

Well done to all students for their enthusiasm and creativity on World Theatre Day today. https://t.co/gvdEbUxVMr

29/03/21

Please read the information here about our current situation: https://t.co/8Mk3GAUZBy. A paper letter was handed to all students as they left school today.

27/03/21

We are very excited about celebrating World Theatre Day on Monday! It is a non-uniform day. Students are to dress smartly, for a day at the theatre. We have lots of exciting activities planned and can’t wait to see everyone enjoying this special day. https://t.co/9dggW2qlOk

27/03/21

Retweetd From UK Wallball

Yesterday we were at to get the staff trained and ready to teach Wallball from after the Easter break! We still have very, limited funding through the incredible , so if you are a JPF school and want to know more. Get in touch! https://t.co/FCJqIVzs1F

24/03/21

Retweetd From Architype

Harris Academy Sutton: Architype opted for a palette of natural materials at this state-of-the-art STEAM school. It's no surprise that it was a staff favourite, with university -style spaces and Passivhaus comfort and energy design. A real gem. https://t.co/RFSfblhHbM https://t.co/seY3Di68Qe

23/03/21

Retweetd From Steve Duffy

I’m really proud to be a School Champion, and today I had the chance to speak to the whole school in a Stonewall themed assembly. The message of it was being proud of who we are, and accepting everyone without exception. https://t.co/fcAr6gTgeV

23/03/21

Retweetd From Harris Fed Languages

Well done to all our amazing chefs for their delicious dishes made for the inaugural international cooking competition. Watch the video to see all the entries, including the winners and those highly commended https://t.co/JjCh7GslyA

23/03/21

Retweetd From Jigsaw Arts Sutton

New term, new challenges, new confidence, new friends at Jigsaw! Join us from 1st May at Book now for a two week trial ☎️02086883409 https://t.co/7UVblPNhtJ

22/03/21

Last week, Year 8 were investigating the conservation of mass in Chemistry https://t.co/CZIiqwitVk

22/03/21

In last week’s virtual careers webinar, Year 8 were learning about a career as a solicitor https://t.co/IhmjWsZzPM

22/03/21

This week, in Biology Year 9 are investigating reaction times https://t.co/ArTlHQKzzy

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HASU Blended Learning


Temporary measures on 30th and 31st March 2021

Please see the news about our current status. As we are unable to use Teams or email, we cannot set individual work for students at home. Students isolating on 30th and 31st March should do the following tasks:

1. Hegarty Maths: click on Revise. Choose MemRi. Complete at least one MemRi quiz.

2. Hegarty Maths: click on Revise. Choose Fix Up 5. Complete at least one Fix Up 5 task.

3. Bedrock: complete daily Bedrock lessons.

4. Complete any outstanding tasks on Hegarty Maths, Kerboodle, and other online platforms used by the school.

5. Read a book.

Students are also able to independently select tasks on Hegarty Maths by using the search bar at the top. Year 7 students should search for 'equations', Year 8 students should search for 'Pythagoras' and Year 9 students should search for 'trigonometry'. 

Thank you for your cooperation at this time.

 


 

 

For students isolating due to contact tracing or a positive COVID-19 test, HASU will do everything we can to ensure that students are able to access high quality learning materials which mirror the taught curriculum in school as far as possible. We recognize that online learning cannot be a substitute for high quality in-school teaching, but in the absence of this have worked hard to ensure that what student are accessing from home gives them the best possible chance of being able to rejoin in-school teaching after their period of isolation with as few gaps in their learning as possible.

All work for isolating students will be set via Microsoft Teams.

 

How can my child access their Blended Learning work?

When a student is isolating they will be added to a Year Group specific team for isolating students. These teams are named: HASU-Isolation-Year07, -Year08 and -Year09 and will appear in the student’s list of Teams (alongside their class and Year Group teams).

A short guide on how to access Microsoft teams from home can be found here.

If a student is having difficulties accessing Teams, they should contact their Head of Year in the first instance.

 

What will Blended Learning work look like?

Students isolating will follow the Blended Learning Timetable, rather than their normal academy timetable. The Blended Learning Timetable can be viewed here.

This timetable is in place to ensure that students can access five high quality lessons a day and to protect against any technical difficulties which might cause them to miss out on one or more of their lessons.

Each morning at 9am, five lessons will be posted. Students can complete these in any order. Lessons will:

  • Be planned to take around an hour
  • Be made up of a variety of resources including video lessons, online learning platforms and other bespoke tasks set by teachers
  • Mirror what is being taught in school as closely as possible
  • Include detailed instructions as to what the student is to do, and how long (approximately) they should be spending on each task.

Each lesson will be set as an Assignment on the relevant isolation team. Students may be required to submit evidence of their work in a variety of ways.

For students who are isolating but are not unwell, blended learning work is compulsory and completion will be monitored.

 

What else will my child have access to from home?

All isolating students are expected to join Tutor Time as normal every day. For Year 9, this will take place at 13:10. For Years 7 and 8, this will take place at 14:00. Students will be invited to join a Teams meeting via their Tutor Group Team, and will be invited to contribute as normal. Students are encouraged to make use of their microphone and camera as usual and engage with their fellow tutees and tutor in-school.

All isolating students are expected to continue to complete their Virtual Enrichment activities and update their Enrichment log as usual. All Enrichment materials can be found in their Tutor Group Team.

Should an isolating student wish to access support or advice at school, either from their tutor, a class teacher, or a member of the student wellbeing team, they are encouraged to do so by emailing their tutor or head of year.

 

Who is my child’s Head of Year?

Year 7 - Miss Matthews (k.matthews@harrissutton.org.uk)

Year 8 - Mr Duffy (s.duffy@harrissutton.org.uk)

Year 9 - Mr Wise (m.wise@harrissutton.org.uk)

 

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