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03/06/20

For this week's assembly, reflects on events surrounding the death of George Floyd in the US. We are resolute in our condemnation of racism and discrimination in all forms. Our response to this cannot and must not be tokenistic. https://t.co/HSfVKSYoZ8

20/05/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

On , I'd like to thank all staff at (not just teachers) for their utter professionalism and dedication at what is an exceptionally challenging time. https://t.co/IasybdEnUw

14/05/20

Latest news on our plans for phased reopening for Years 10 and 12 can be found here: https://t.co/OilHUZ2oN9 https://t.co/MFCI6Wkjdq

12/05/20

This week's assembly is on VE Day, and has been prepared by Ms Oliver. https://t.co/vixU8xi7cG

06/05/20

Retweetd From Harris Fed Languages

Exciting and unique opportunity for an inspiring Secondary Teacher of Arabic at in London https://t.co/Ap09nZZqyZ

06/05/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

Food parcels packaged and ready to send to our most needy pupils with thanks to our partners at https://t.co/z0LPWx4IPe

05/05/20

The latest letter to parents from ... https://t.co/AplLfQnVfi

05/05/20

Our assembly this week comes from Mr Snell. He's asking "what did Isaac Newton do in lockdown". https://t.co/XxQ2zFNQSS

03/05/20

Retweetd From Micon Metcalfe

Coronavirus: Violinist Benedetti offering free online music tuition https://t.co/5NqhfftfL2

01/05/20

Fantastic maths work completed at home by Tiffany in Year 8. Thanks to Ms Lay for sharing. https://t.co/r4uFh6zNIw

28/04/20

Our Principal, has recorded an assembly for all members of the Academy community. You can view it by clicking on the link here: https://t.co/6GYNXKK0AY

28/04/20

Retweetd From Soarpoints

How do you get the top jobs? Brilliant real life job help and tips for interview practice & reality by Marco Bertozzi VP for Europe | courtesy of | schools and students loving it I know

28/04/20

Year 8 are reading "The Walled City" by as part of home working. Bunny has prepared some fantastic research to help understand the context of the novel. Thanks for the nomination Ms Spiegelberger. https://t.co/4JVc8vQg1F

27/04/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation

“Curriculum content is hugely important, but it must be underpinned by emotional wellbeing – without that, not a great deal of curriculum content will be absorbed.” Stephen Trask, from our Computer Science team, looks at how virtual schooling is going at Harris

27/04/20

Some fantastic creative work from Nia in Year 8. Thanks to Miss Kramer for sharing. https://t.co/d9eynz7Qyn

26/04/20

Just round the corner from our school is the tomorrow they share one of their stunning concerts | Monday 7:30pm ~ enjoy https://t.co/I6Euo5ByNu

24/04/20

Retweetd From Graeme Smith

Students at this week have been learning and presenting about the Incan empire. Fantastic learning and efforts. Thanks to Ms Sliti and Mr Brown for supporting this week. https://t.co/onzP738vW8

23/04/20

As we approach the start of Ramadan, we’d like to wish all those in our Academy community who will be observing and celebrating https://t.co/kjGMAAvmCM

22/04/20

Ms Dawes wanted to share this fantastic artwork in their GCSE sketchbooks from Eftela and Mali - some lovely work. https://t.co/D8OioX9RGL

22/04/20

Well done to Hari in Year 9 who is converting a palette from his garden shed into a planter with a little help from Mr Syed. We can't wait to see the finished version! https://t.co/ewbQkVgf8H

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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.

Dress Code

  • Formal business suit with trousers or skirt (skirts must be at least to the knee, trousers should be formal - no leggings or stretchy/lycra material allowed) 

  • Formal blouse or shirt and tie 

  • Students 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. 

  • A blazer must be worn with all outfits. 

  • Formal shoes (you must be able to polish them) 

 

Jackets may be removed in warm conditions. Scarves and jackets 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. In the event of repeated infringements of the dress code the behaviour policy for the sixth form will be actioned appropriately.  

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.