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13/02/18

Retweetd From Harris South Norwood

The Year 10 team also picked up a big win over Bolingbroke Academy winning 55-0, here are some of the tries #🔥 https://t.co/Q4Hxv3sgPa

09/02/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation Classics

What a great day and lifetime experience for our youngsters. Pompeii a city inside a time capsule. https://t.co/8sVQNFzHEu

09/02/18

Retweetd From HarrisBeckenham

HABE is celebrating after being presented the prestigious SEND Inclusion Award. Representatives from Optimus Education, Prospects and HFED attended the ceremony. The hard work of students, parents and staff means we are the first school internationally to achieve this accolade. https://t.co/AEjjU9xxZv

09/02/18

Retweetd From HPACH

The choir took part, with 7000 children from across the UK, in the Young Voices event at the O2 Arena in London this week. The children represented our academy with pride and it was a truly unforgettable event. A huge well done to the staff and pupils who took part. https://t.co/q1OiOQiIvB

09/02/18

Retweetd From David Carter

Started my annual reviews of the National Sponsors I oversee. and had over 4000 year 11 between them. P8 at Ark 0.15 and Harris 0.54. Inspiring to see the MAT model at its best

09/02/18

Retweetd From HarrisBoys'Academy

In only 102 schools across England and Wales do students who are eligible for free school meals perform as well or better than other students. And we're very proud to be one of them https://t.co/qjx3YNsvz1 https://t.co/yA8BcqWBBn

09/02/18

Retweetd From Harris Fed Languages

Exciting things happening across in language learning. Here is the new club, thanks to and funding https://t.co/89rPuad2JK https://t.co/9e4yzSakVV

05/02/18

Retweetd From Harris Careers

New : tops school performance tables! Read more: https://t.co/Xn81dqgdJK https://t.co/0SFvRW1LAj

03/02/18

Retweetd From HA Chafford Hundred

Regardless of your background- we treat all our pupils the same 👍🏻 https://t.co/REYasodODz

03/02/18

Retweetd From YourThurrock

Praise for Harris Academy and the progress made with "poorer" students. https://t.co/LeZJ8NZU7R

01/02/18

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Our wonderful Primary Phase Lead leading the training this evening. Our brilliant mentors do a fabulous job supporting our and . https://t.co/EDIf7WhXMV

01/02/18

Good to see ‘high achieving’ mentioned here. 25 students had Oxbridge offers last year. Admissions policy gives priority to able students who received free school meals at secondary school. https://t.co/oRt06F66Dh

31/01/18

Retweetd From Uni of Nottingham

Congrats to Harsa! 👏

31/01/18

Retweetd From Harris Bermondsey

Meet Harsa, Year 13, our first ever student to get an offer to study . “When I found out about my offer from I was ecstatic about what the future may hold for me. I want to use my knowledge to improve the health of the patients I hope to see in future." https://t.co/zNltjvQ9x5

31/01/18

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

We're looking forward to welcoming our guests from the community and other local schools on Friday afternoon for Michael Foale's visit. We have a small number of tickets left and it's not too late to book, so if you'd like to attend email info.org.uk https://t.co/iNpPdLHKGF

31/01/18

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Do you want to make a positive difference each and every day to the lives of children? with the and train to teach in one of our family of academies. https://t.co/OT1bS6lLnf

31/01/18

Retweetd From CCC

RT Role play house and trike track just one part of Shirley's school's new £50,000 outdoor play area https://t.co/M5neXiLPCz

31/01/18

Retweetd From Love Battersea

Many congratulations to the pupils, staff, families & friends of - is very proud of you👍💝🐝 https://t.co/vIjGE5tGYp

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.

Dress Code

You must be smartly dressed at all times, as you would be if working in a smart professional environment.  You are role models for the rest of Harris Federation and as such need to be smartly presented at all times.  Identity cards with lanyards must be visible at all times and you must have your planner with you every day which will be out in every lesson and used to record homework, appointments and tracking of progress.

Male Dress Code

  • Formal Business Suit
  • Formal shirt and tie
  • Formal shoes (you must be able to polish them)

Female Dress Code

  • Formal Business Suit (skirts must be at least to the knee, no stretchy lycra material allowed)
  • Formal Business Dress and jacket (Dress must have sleeves which cover at least the top quarter of the arm)
  • Formal Blouse or shirt
  • Formal shoes (you must be able to polish them)
  • Girls wishing to wear the Islamic dress should wear a simple silhouette jilbab and a hijab which should not be too colourful. Both garments should not be over embellished. A formal business jacket will need to be worn.     

Jackets may be removed in warm conditions. Scarves may be worn outside the buildings but must be removed once inside.

Physical Education, Performing Arts and Drama students are expected to conform to the expectations on kit of the site where they participate in the lessons.  

The following are not permitted:

  • Brightly coloured suits;
  • Casual style dresses such as those with a vest style top, very thin straps and strapless style top;
  • Jumpers- with the exception of plain v neck jumpers under the blazer;
  • Denim/Jeans trousers, shirts, blouses or skirts;
  • Studs on trousers, skirts or shirts/blouses
  • Casual trousers – combats, track suits, leggings;
  • Casual tops – track suit, fleeces, T-shirts, hooded tops, vest tops;
  • Shorts, cropped trousers, tight narrow legged trousers, trousers made of stretchy legging-type material;
  • Sportswear;
  • Very short skirts/revealing clothes;
  • Trainers, pumps, canvas shoes, Vans, Kicker trainers or leisure shoes/pumps;
  • Visible boots
  • Patterns or shapes cut into hair or eyebrows and brightly coloured hair – eg: Mohicans or tram lines
  • Gloves, hats, caps and bandannas.
  • Overly conspicuous jewellery - large earrings, necklaces
  • Coloured Shoe Laces
  • Clothing made of sheer/transparent materials
  • Mobile phones and/or headphones should not be seen in classrooms.

Tattoos should not be visible. Visible body piercing is restricted to the ears and/or one small nose stud only. Bars, scaffolds and stretchers are not permitted.

Students will be sent home if they do not conform to the Dress Code. Parents/Carers will be contacted on the first occasion a student is required to be sent home in relation to a dress code violation. In the event of repeated infringements of the dress code the behaviour policy for the sixth form will be actioned appropriately.  Those students who receive a Bursary for financial hardship can use this to fund the purchase of clothes to make sure they are compliant with the dress code.  If money is a problem please contact the academy.

Transgender students may dress consistently in accordance with their gender presentation.

It is beyond the scope of the Policy to provide guidance on every eventuality.  In the event of queries, the Assistant Principal of Harris St John’s Wood Sixth Form (or his/her personal representative), will act as the arbiter. If you fail to comply with these guidelines you will be dealt with in line with the Sixth Form behaviour policy.

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