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28/11/21

Retweetd From Sutton Council

's world-leading building in Belmont has won not one, but two prestigious awards! 🏆 The super low-energy secondary school was named Civic Building of the Year + Sustainability Category Winner by . Read more: https://t.co/vVR5y6sjop https://t.co/FlUa52VU1Y

23/11/21

An outstanding 8 - 0 win for our Year 9 boys football team, away to Harris South Norwood yesterday afternoon. On to the next round of the Harris Cup. Well done boys! https://t.co/Eaq4V2IXdq

22/11/21

Incredible news from Zoe R in 9A4. She won her first U14 HSBC Cyclocross National Trophy race in Sunderland on Saturday. Congratulations Zoe! What an amazing achievement. 🥇 Zoe is now 2nd overall and has a chance to go top if she wins the remaining races. Good luck Zoe!🏆 https://t.co/v3ISLf5ynq

21/11/21

The Time Out Youth Project is running a three day Christmas Holiday Camp at HASU in the first week of the holidays. Booking here: https://t.co/B5nr7EjgKN https://t.co/2onVzIQwLO

19/11/21

Winners! 🥇Congratulations to Allegra G, Jake R and Harry M who represented HASU at the Borough Public Speaking event on Climate Change at Carshalton Boys. They won the prize for best team. Allegra in Year 7 also won the Best Speech award. What a fantastic achievement! 🧬🏆 https://t.co/BYRGw9JCta

17/11/21

Winners! 🥇❤️🧬 We’re so proud of our amazing team of students. https://t.co/CyMyf46Him

17/11/21

Retweetd From Sutton Green Scene

Wow. What an inspirational afternoon listening to young students in our borough speak about climate action in our schools public speaking competition. The standard was SO high! Thanks and well done to

14/11/21

A group of Year 7 students joined Mr Fisher to represent Harris Academy Sutton at a Remembrance Parade in Belmont this morning. https://t.co/kVqm2bxdTI

13/11/21

Retweetd From Architype

"Judges felt that the internal spaces feel generous, bright and airy, and the exposed timber wall and ceiling surfaces of the CLT construction, together with the choice of internal finishes, create an internal environment which has been very well received by pupils and staff."

13/11/21

Retweetd From Architype

It's been a big week for , being named both Sustainability winner and Civic Building of the Year at as well as featuring in the 's exemplar library (link in thread). https://t.co/IwuArrEU9n https://t.co/5uLfvsnvS0

10/11/21

We’re really looking forward to seeing Year 9 parents and carers at our Key Stage 4 Options Launch event tomorrow night. https://t.co/5b6FDCAUEq

10/11/21

Retweetd From SPACES Collaboration in Public Sector Construction

Congratulations to the Sustainability Category Winner. Nominated by .uk and , Client . https://t.co/JIuBPUTJ6a

10/11/21

Retweetd From SPACES Collaboration in Public Sector Construction

Congratulations to the Winner of this year’s Civic Building of the Year. Nominated by .uk and , Client . https://t.co/XMCZ2J1Xlz

06/11/21

Year 10 investigating osmosis in Biology https://t.co/sYqdLyq20Y

06/11/21

Poppies, wristbands and poppy stationery will be sold in tutor times throughout next week to raise money for the Royal British Legion. Suggested donation £1. https://t.co/klw2nVxLYn

05/11/21

Year 10 had a visit from our local MPs in today’s UK Parliament Week assembly https://t.co/LE9EtIsclI

03/11/21

Some photos from today’s board games enrichment club https://t.co/zJ0kcFadC9

02/11/21

A Harris Sutton parent is running Festive Cooking Classes in the Food Tech room at HASU. The course runs for 6 weeks from Sat 6th November to Sat 11th Dec 2021. Details here: https://t.co/GfLznw9BF3 https://t.co/llUaRRzlvg

01/11/21

Retweetd From Bedrock Learning

The Bedrock Stars Prize Draw is back with 52 amazing prizes to be won!🏆 , earn 140+ points by December 19th to be eligible. , enter your school by simply retweeting this post on your school's account. Full T&Cs: https://t.co/VyRKKuZ2WB https://t.co/iwovt3PKJa

31/10/21

We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school tomorrow! As usual, gates open from 8am, breakfast will be available, and all students must arrive by 8.25am. It’s Week 1 on the timetable. https://t.co/CVjtE2LTd8

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School Meals

Our school meals are provided by Chartwells who are the leading provider of contract catering in the UK. All of Chartwells' menus offer varied nutritional food, which is suitable for pupils with a range of dietary requirements and compliant to government legislation.

You can contact  our Catering Manager -  Karen Mantell on karen.mantell@compass-group.co.uk

 

How do School Meals work?

We offer food and drinks during break and lunch. We also have a Breakfast Club that operates from 8.00 to 8.20am.

All purchases are made via the ParentPay system.

The Breakfast Club is open to all students. Families that receive a Free School Meal are able to access up to £1 of food from the Club each day in addition to their lunch meal. This is enough for a bowl of cereal and a slice of toast.

The break menu is varied and offers a small snack to keep students going until lunch. Students are also able to buy a sandwich at break that they may wish to keep for lunch, for example they may have a club or society to attend.

Lunch service is split into two serveries. We have formal dining, where hot food is served upon a plate and students are expected to sit and eat in the canteen using cutlery. Our Café area serves a more “grab-and-go” selection, and students are able to take this food to a selection of indoor and outdoor seated spaces to eat.

Students may bring a packed lunch and there is no need to let us know. We find that most families like to plan ahead, looking at our menus and mixing packed lunches with school meals according to personal taste and the activities their children are undertaking at the Academy.


ParentPay

Using ParentPay, you are able to pay for Academy meals (cashless system), trips, music lessons, revision books, and lots more using your credit and debit cards.

The Academy does not accept payment by cash or cheque but instead enables all payments to be processed through ParentPay. This is a free service to parents/carers and staff.

To use the system you will need your unique user ID and password. Parents receive a letter containing their user ID and password as soon as a child is fully registered as a student at the Academy so that they are able to start using ParentPay immediately.

ParentPay benefits our students and the Academy in many ways not least by removing the risks associated with students carrying cash to school and reducing administration which creates more time to devote to educational support and the smooth running of the Academy.

For further information about using ParentPay to pay securely online for trips, music lessons, lunches and other activities please contact reception.