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30/01/17

Retweetd From HAMD Librarian

Book Buddy Breakfast in full swing with student and volunteers! https://t.co/CaBCMweAOM

21/12/16

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1 million apologies to who ACTUALLY gave us a flippin truckload of chocolate for crimbo day. sorry guys!! https://t.co/f9dr62UQZp

20/12/16

Staff & students sporting their Christmas jumpers in aid of https://t.co/TG2JMwWCQq

24/11/16

Harris Academy Morden is consulting on changes it proposes to admissions to the Academy from Sept 2018. More info https://t.co/fFscfXXGHd https://t.co/flgc3Y1qFQ

13/10/16

We can reveal we are reading 'All American Boys' a 2016 Coretta Scott King Author Honor book.

13/10/16

We are excited to be taking part in Global Read Allowed 2016.With more than 891,000 students signed up worldwide we can't wait to connect!

08/09/16

Retweetd From Harris Careers

Teaching Assistant required . Apply now https://t.co/h7sRyZKEI1 https://t.co/uXCAgKKr8U

25/08/16

- A remarkable Progress 8 score of +0.98!

25/08/16

Best Ever GCSE Results - A remarkable Progess 8 score of +0.98! https://t.co/nI0edZhrZG

25/08/16

HUGE congratulations to our Year 11 students who received their GCSE results today! https://t.co/7lChw8JULb

15/07/16

Retweetd From The Liam Charity

It was an absolute pleasure, the students were impeccably behaved - enjoy the rest of the week of activities

15/07/16

Welcome and thank you for being part of our A.E.E. Week! https://t.co/yrpBqL2xTI

14/07/16

Pokémon Go: How to keep you or your children safe when playing https://t.co/HffWxWrHcN

14/07/16

Fantastic news! Well done - huge achievement! - Any pics? https://t.co/minbO7KKkY

12/07/16

What a fantastic experience! Thank you - A very informative trip! https://t.co/0PJWb6oabD

06/07/16

We would like to welcome all of our new Year 6 (future Year 7) students to Induction Day 2016! https://t.co/7OVvBjAWln

05/07/16

Our Year 11 Leavers Summer Ball - Full gallery here: https://t.co/idcFImZJLf https://t.co/6B47IfYF7r

04/07/16

Year 7 Parents' Evening will go ahead as planned - Full information here: https://t.co/teKFUcb0f5

04/07/16

NUT Strike Information 5/7/2016 - https://t.co/teKFUcb0f5 - Year 7 Parents' Evening will go ahead as planned.

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.

Safer Schools Officer

PC 132VW Bromley

I am the Safer Schools Officer at Harris Academy Morden and have been here for 3 years out of my 18 year police career. I am often asked by students, parents and visitors why I am here and I hope the following goes some way to answering that.

My role is largely focused on helping to keep the Academy, its pupils, staff and visitors safe. This includes monitoring students arriving and leaving the site, providing a presence at the bus stops in the vicinity of the school, dealing with road safety and behaviour issues outside of the Academy.

Aside from that I have numerous functions within the Academy including assisting other staff in investigating incidents, dealing with truancy, being on call, doing break and lunch duty, being part of the child protection team and running the Duke of Edinburgh Award.

I try to represent the Metropolitan Police Service in the best way possible, by building positive, firm but fair relationships with students. Students should feel free to approach me at any time should they wish to, for support or advice.

I can be contacted through the main switchboard number 020 86871154.

What is the ‘Safer Schools Partnership’?

All schools involved in an SSP initiative have a police officer based in their school. The school-based officer works with school staff and other local agencies to:

  • reduce victimisation, criminality and anti-social behaviour within the school and its community
  • work with schools on whole-school approaches to behaviour and discipline
  • identify and work with children and young people at risk of becoming victims or offenders
  • ensure the full-time education of young people, (a proven preventative factor in keeping young people away from crime)
  • support vulnerable children and young people through periods of transition, such as the move from primary to secondary school and as victims of crime
  • create and maintain a safe environment for children to learn in

The partnership isn’t merely about providing a policing presence within a school. All involved partners must work together in achieving aims and outcomes, through agreed protocols and strategies.

Useful Links:

https://crimestoppers-uk.org/

http://content.met.police.uk/Home

http://ceop.police.uk/