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Wow! Look at these examples of the work that students have been doing at home in Food Technology. So many delicious muffins and smoothies!


Our Virtual School Curriculum has now been published on our website. Here you can see what topics students are currently learning, and what is coming up during this half-term.


Astronaut Tim Peake will be taking part in an exclusive free virtual Q&A session for young people hosted by Future Talent this Thursday 21 January 2021 from 5.00 – 6.00pm. Register here:


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The 1st 'Make and Create' challenge launches today! We invite all & their families to take part. Watch the video below to see how you can ↓. Don't forget to share your creations using or by emailing


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, what are your plans for this February Half Term? Why not join us for three days of fun, games & theatre activities with . We're so excited to welcome them back! Please book your place using the details below ↓. We hope to see you there!


Year 9 families, your Academic Mentoring Meetings are now open for bookings. Please login to and choose your appointment time. Year 7 & 8 families, we will be in touch next week regarding our revised arrangements for reports & academic mentoring.


Our Virtual School timetables and structure of the school day have been updated:


It's wonderful to see examples of all the excellent work that students are completing. Well done everyone! We will be making a few changes to the virtual school timetable from next week - information will be sent out tomorrow.


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Just wanted to thank the parents who donated to ‘wear a Christmas jumper to school’. The PTA raised £1870.90 from the event and we are close to our target to purchase a trampoline


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Step away from the screen & get . Next week we're launching , inviting all & their families to take part in weekly fun challenges. This initiative is to support Young throughout these current times.


More examples of excellent work completed in our virtual school. It's great to see students working so hard. Well done all.


It's lovely to see examples of excellent work by students - it makes us really happy to see how hard they work. If your child produces a piece of work that they are particularly proud of, they can email a photo to and we will share examples here.


Hi. We expect students to complete all the work set by the school. 👍


Thank you, we really appreciate the feedback.


We had absolutely fantastic attendance & engagement with our virtual school today - well done everyone! We are really lucky to have such wonderful students at Harris Academy Sutton. In case you missed it, here is Mr Fisher’s virtual assembly for this week:


We look forward to welcoming our students back to our Virtual School tomorrow morning. Lessons will take place on Teams. Full information, including timetables and links to lessons, is available on our website:


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Stunning piece of artwork completed by Joseph Cirillo year 8 student well done Joe


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📣 We need your help! Maggie & team are moving into our new . They are replacing their old system 'Waldorf' and need a name for their new system. Please reply with your suggestions, and we’ll vote on the shortlisted ideas in the New Year.


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Thank you to for featuring on the front cover of their stunning winter issue. As well as the case study, we recommend 's fascinating article on air quality & ventilation in schools, supported by Architype's research.


Our HASU Christmas Video 'Unstoppable' is absolutely lovely:

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Harris Academy Sutton systematically implements a behaviour for learning approach to education which enables teachers to have the highest expectations of students behaviour in order to maximise their opportunity to achieve.


Here at Harris Sutton our fundamental aim is to work with parents and students to encourage outstanding behaviour at all times. All of our teacher’s intentions are to establish positive relationships with every student which is based upon mutual respect. We aim to create a cohesive and positive learning environment where achievement is desired by all.


If a student’s behaviour is not meeting our Academy expectations this will be challenged in order to ensure sanctions are fairly apportioned according to the behaviours demonstrated. We encouraged all students to behave professionally and with consideration for others both in and outside school. All students must follow Academy rules to allow for progress.


As parents/careers we ask that you work with the Academy to encourage respect, outstanding behaviour and support the Academy’s policy on rewards and sanctions. Within the Academy, we aim to reward positive behaviour and communicate regularly with parents/carers.