Twitter

27/11/23

A massive thank you to for inviting some of our students to their Cobham training ground. Our students had an amazing time watching the 1st team train and getting to meet them after!#ChelseaFC pic.twitter.com/ElYR6tHiUz

23/11/23

Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 as we host an engaging presentation that outlines the journey ahead. Meet our dedicated A-levels teacher, ask questions and explore the wide range of subject offered.We look forward to seeing you there. pic.twitter.com/jN5RltJNWx

22/11/23

We did it! A fantastic team effort from students and staff. Fingers crossed for the winning £500 book token 🤩 pic.twitter.com/6zBVOvWd6i

21/11/23

It was so wonderful to see lots of HASU students marching in brownies, scouts and the Airforce cadetsas they represented the Academy at the Belmont Parade on Remembrance Day.Here is a picture of our Y7 students who laid the wreath for HASU.#RemembranceDay pic.twitter.com/ZWARQconfX

17/11/23

Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 during our Open Evening on 30th November.Meet our dedicated A-level teachers, ask questions, and explore the wide range of subjects offered.Please attend between 5pm and 7pm; information talks will be at 5.30pm and 6.15pm. pic.twitter.com/0I6FIVLDOL

17/11/23

HASU in support of Children in Need raised £48.73 today. Thank you for all your support in such a worthy cause.💛#pudseybear pic.twitter.com/LKLSabsoUe

16/11/23

Books help us to understand & empathise with others. This pupils are embracing the theme 'make a noise about anti-bullying'. As well as wearing odd socks & ties, pupils can enter the week long poetry competition & attend a prevention of bullying drop in session. pic.twitter.com/w16ttdWyrK

13/11/23

We are celebrating our differences with Day to raise awareness and to kick-start at HASU.Together we can make a difference. pic.twitter.com/m4zsyztrzB

10/11/23

Mr Hamilton joined the regular Yu-Gi-Oh! group this lunchtime to share his own very impressive collection. pic.twitter.com/TAy6SlFfpz

10/11/23

To celebrate Anti-Bulling Week and show that the HASU community stands up against bullying and discrimination we would like our students to wear odd socks and colourful tie on Monday 13th November.#AntiBullyingWeek pic.twitter.com/CvnlfrZW1q

10/11/23

Discover the exciting world of A-levels at HASU6 during our Open Evening on 30th November.Meet our dedicated A-level teachers, ask questions, and explore the wide range of subjects offered.Please attend between 5pm and 7pm; information talks will be at 5.30pm and 6.15pm. pic.twitter.com/0I6FIVLDOL

09/11/23

To celebrate Anti-Bulling Week and show that the HASU community stands up against bullying and discrimination we would like our students to wear odd socks and colourful tie on Monday 13th November.#AntiBullyingWeek pic.twitter.com/CvnlfrZW1q

06/11/23

Thank you for joining us for week.The Year 11 and 12 students enjoyed hearing about the role of an MP and welcomed the opportunity to ask questions on a wide range of topics impacting themselves and the UK.We look forward to hosting you again. pic.twitter.com/koBJmKgjAa

03/11/23

FTC student ambassador Bianca giving a presentation to Team 451 and teams in the robotics workshop today. 💙🙏🇬🇧🤖 pic.twitter.com/QOVXiBFxqE

03/11/23

We’re delivering great computing education!We are proud to announce that we’ve achieved the Computing Quality Mark, from the National Centre for Computing Education, recognising the outstanding provision across our school. 🌟🌟🌟 pic.twitter.com/2tXrNRDQKD

02/11/23

Pupils were eager to cast their votes today in celebration of pic.twitter.com/DAxMqNhAzC

02/11/23

Very busy afternoon in our library today. Our students are sharing their views on some Referendum Questions as part of celebrating UK Parliament Week. pic.twitter.com/M9PEE1oLnZ

01/11/23

Congratulations to all our Senior Maths Challenge participants. What a fantastic achievement! Well done Year 12! pic.twitter.com/8frfrUSWUV

01/11/23

A selection of books to support pic.twitter.com/yFBYaZzKpC

01/11/23

Voting in action in the library this week ✍️✅❌#UKParlimentWeek pic.twitter.com/rc5SEPbtOv

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Student Wellbeing

At HASU we take great pride in the way in which we support the children in our care.  There is nothing more important than keeping them safe, happy and healthy, whilst ensuring the best possible environment for learning as we prepare them for adult life.


What is Student Wellbeing at Harris Sutton?

Wellbeing is extremely important to us at Harris Academy Sutton. Nationally, we know that the context related to wellbeing and mental health has changed dramatically and there is a growing number of people who are suffering with mental health issues.

 

From the moment students arrive here at the beginning of September, we want all our students to feel welcome, safe and cared for. By feeling settled early on they can begin to grasp all that we have to offer; academic, social and extra-curricular.

Student Wellbeing Office is located in the centre of the school and is a first point of call for any problems that arise outside the classroom. We support students who:

  • Need support with: timetables, uniform queries, lunch issues, attendance & punctuality
  • Feel unwell and/or take regular medication due to medical condition
  • Feel upset or struggle emotionally
  • Struggle with friendships
  • Want to report behaviour and/or safeguarding concerns

 

Our vision is for all students to be able to be self-managers of their own wellbeing, having developed the strategies and tools to be able to look after themselves, whilst also being aware that there are people available to support them should they ever feel like they need some extra help.

 

To discuss any concerns around Wellbeing, please contact Ms Jasyk or the relevant Head of Year. For Attendance & Punctuality queries or reporting absence please contact Mrs Pearce

 

You can also find our Early Help leaflet here.


Who are the Student Wellbeing Team?

Ms Jasyk, Safeguarding Manager j.jasyk@harrissutton.org.uk

Mrs Ford, Attendance Officer c.ford@harrissutton.org.uk

Mr Goodall, Head of Year 7 w.goodall@harrissutton.org.uk

Ms Soni, Head of Year 8 r.soni@harrissutton.org.uk

Mr Wise, Head of Year 9 m.wise@harrissutton.org.uk

Ms Onorie, Head of Year 10 d.onorie@harrissutton.org.uk

Mr Duffy, Head of Year 11 s.duffy@harrissutton.org.uk

Ms Davis Head of Year 12 c.davies@harrissutton.org.uk


Where can parents and carers find more information?

Sutton Support for Families Pack

Lifecake Guide to Internet Safety

In addition there are a range of useful documents included below.

Page Downloads

Title Date  
Harris Federation Mental Health Information for Parents and Carers 13th May 2020 Download
Supporting CYP who are experiencing grief or loss Guidance for parents and carers 22nd Apr 2020 Download
Talking to your children about world news 27th Mar 2020 Download
When someone dies a guide for young people 22nd Apr 2020 Download