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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

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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.

Cross-Curricular Strands

The Cross-Curricular Strands are HAMD’s way of integrating different key skills across all subjects.  The skills for each strand are planned for in the teaching of all students. Each strand has a logo which identifies when a lesson component is developing skills in this area.

We pledge that we will ensure that:

Every student will know what the six strands are and be able to recognise the logos

Every teacher will model the qualities and skills attributed to each strand

Every lesson will promote the strands that are relevant to the topic being taught

The pastoral programme will provide students with the opportunity to reflect on topical social issues affecting our local, national and global community 

The enrichment programme will provide students with the opportunity to develop life skills outside of the classroom and to develop as individuals, team players and leaders

Each strand has a Strand Leader:

EAL – Agnes Wolanin

Enterprise Specialism – Billy Goldsmith

More Able – Gareth Greenwood

Harris Experience – Gareth Greenwood

ICT across the curriculum – Helen Crow

Literacy – Emylene Mathieson

Numeracy – Niala Bissessar

SMSC & PSHE – Fraser Stewart

Logos

The Academy’s assembly programme is planned around thematic topics to ensure that all aspects of SMSC are covered. To support the topics covered in each faculty‘s assembly, the assembly leader will provide a SMSC based activity to complete in tutor time; these activities will develop reflection and communication skills in all students.

The Academy’s termly enrichment programme is vast and diverse; our students have a range of activities to choose from to develop cross-curricular skills including Young Interpreters, Artists in Residence, Duke of Edinburgh and Leadership Awards.

The Academy provides regular opportunities for students to learn outside of the classroom. As well as curriculum specific trips and competitive sporting fixtures, students are provided with opportunities to experience the Arts and learn about different cultures.