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25/05/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Two of our students Brave and Josh attended - they are shining stars and will surely set the world alight - far right of picture. Thank you as ever to | https://t.co/2NxHW6rA9I

21/05/22

Retweetd From Dr Katie Hall

Happy Friday ! We're excited to share our resources for students 👀 at this video showing the AMAZING careers you can access through - helpful for options evening? https://t.co/DHNjEUrRzm

29/04/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Our Harris dance students share their passion for dance | harris https://t.co/MiywrZ4Olr

28/04/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

A fantastic evening on Wed 27th when we hosted ‘Step Around Town’ event with . It was wonderful to see so many talented dancers from Hornsey School for Girls, St Angela’s Ursuline School, Highams Park School & our very own HATO dancers! Well done everyone! 💃🏼 https://t.co/SyyKk4JApV

28/04/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Thank you to the and to for their brilliant initiative with local schools such as https://t.co/vXGW31LQbM

28/04/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Thank you to who performed so well & imaginatively so in the fantastic dance event last night at Harris Academy Tottenham led by | supports the arts | thanks also to for sponsoring https://t.co/rWi5EI5vk9

26/04/22

Retweetd From Harris Haling Park

Governor Service Awards: This weekend was the Governor Conference. Two of our governors, Nigel and Olugbenga, were recognised for their long term service to HPAHP! Thank you to both of them for supporting our school! https://t.co/bknR2D7zHz

23/04/22

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Outstanding governance is vital to the success of Harris academies - thank you to 200 governors who attended our conference today and for everything you do throughout the year, thank you to for hosting, and thank you to for being a wonderful guest speaker https://t.co/0fLFiNmGJ5

31/03/22

Retweetd From Liam Davis

You can still catch yesterdays show with my guests - BBC football commentator talking plus Headteacher Nick Soar talking https://t.co/GbuRyyVo9s https://t.co/FCE9TedIdU

20/03/22

Retweetd From Kinetic Foundation

In the other Kinetic Cup game this week, and drew 3-3 with Zion grabbing himself a hat-trick in 15 minutes! 🎩 https://t.co/IVBg8EKcQ4 https://t.co/DamtMcvwZ8

17/03/22

Year 7 excited by their brilliant PSHE Performance by Riot Act on Road Safety and peer pressure https://t.co/Sty3XWGi9D

14/03/22

A brilliant day of Girls Football capped off with after school club! The girls worked on their dribbling skills and then put it into practice with a match. Well done to everyone who joined in throughout the day! https://t.co/RHQ3Ept0HF

13/03/22

Retweetd From Kinetic Foundation

got the bragging rights in this Kinetic Cup game as they came out on top against with Tyrese getting a hat-trick! ⚽️🏆 https://t.co/OzPJAo0E68 https://t.co/MmmPsmo1y0

09/03/22

Around 30 Year 10 Girls enjoying the use of the whole Astroturf to play Football in their PE lesson this morning! A big thank you to the Head of Year 10 for coming down to support and show off her skills too! https://t.co/wZ9sXAkz2k

09/03/22

Some of our Year 8 Girls enjoying their opportunity to play Football in their PE lesson this morning! https://t.co/uYkK9BsPRL

03/03/22

Retweetd From Harris Academy St John’s Wood

Reading literature is at the core of what we do at Academy St John’s Wood - here our pupils & staff pull out all the stops to celebrate the characters of their favourite novels! https://t.co/RiZ4SFGbj0

03/03/22

Parents & Pupils! Who is this character and which member of staff is it?! Celebration of Books on https://t.co/ZJYM1JzMoy

03/03/22

is such an opportunity to raise the profile of reading and we hope our parents can see the zest with which pupils & staff approach reading https://t.co/QM5pgvC5WX

03/03/22

Reading literature is at the core of what we do at Academy St John’s Wood - here our pupils & staff pull out all the stops to celebrate the characters of their favourite novels! https://t.co/RiZ4SFGbj0

03/03/22

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

comes to Harris Academy Tottenham with a vibrant and colourful range of mysterious characters sneaking around the school corridors as well as being at the school gate. Who can you spot? | https://t.co/JlfdypRmCG

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Homework

Homework is an integral part of school life at Harris Academy St. John's Wood. The purpose of homework is to give students the opportunity to consolidate their learning from lessons and give students the opportunity to develop their independent study skills.

The completion of homework helps students to make excellent progress and is crucial in supporting students to reach their goals. At Harris Academy St. John's Wood, we strive to ensure that homework is well planned, challenging and worthwhile.

For each subject, homework is set and collected on the same day each week. Students are expected to complete all pieces of homework to the best of their ability. The school library is also open every day after school. It is a quiet space where students can complete their homework.

You can help support your child in the completion of their homework in many ways.

  • Ensure your child has a quiet place to do their homework.
  • Help your child get into a routine and complete their homework at the same time each evening.
  • Check your child’s planner and ask them what homework they have.
  • Encourage your child to complete their homework on the day it is set.
  • If your child is struggling with a topic, encourage them to ask their teachers.

Key Stage 3 

  • Core (English, Maths and Science) - once a week  
  • EBacc (humanities and languages) - once a fortnight  
  • Open element (Computing, Art, DT and Performing Arts) - once a half term  
  • Approximately 30 – 40 minutes in length. 
  • Reading  

Key Stage 4 

  • One piece of homework per subject per week.   
  • Biology, Chemistry, and Physics are classed as separate subjects.  
  • Approximately one hour in length.  
  • English sets approximately 2 hours in length, one for English Language and one for English Literature. 

Key Stage 5 

  • 5 hours of additional study per subject per week (homework and independent study).  

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Homework timetables

Key Stage 4 Homework (Years 10 & 11) 

YEAR 11 

Monday  

Tuesday  

Wednesday  

Thursday  

Friday  

Science  

Maths  

 

Science  

Science  

 

English  

Option C  

 

Option D 

Option B 

 

Option A 

 

YEAR 10

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Option A

 

Option C

English

 

Option D

 

R.E. (Y band)

Option B

 

Science

 

Arabic

Maths

 

Science

Science

 

R.E. (X band)

  


Key Stage 3 Homework (Years 7, 8 & 9)

  • History and Geography set one piece of homework every two weeks, on alternating weeks. This will be set by teachers when students have a lesson in the subject, therefore it does not feature on the timetable. 
  • Religious Studies set one piece every two weeks. This will be set by teachers when students have a lesson in the subject, therefore does not feature on the timetable. 
  • The following subjects set one piece of work per half term: Art, Design Technology, Drama, Music, Computing and Religious Studies. This piece of homework can be set on any day that the lesson falls on during the half term. 

YEAR 9 

Monday  

Tuesday  

Wednesday  

Thursday  

Friday  

English

Languages (Y band)

Maths 

 

Languages (X band) 

Science

 

YEAR 8 

Monday  

Tuesday  

Wednesday  

Thursday  

Friday  

Science

Languages 

 

English 

Maths   

YEAR 7 

Monday  

Tuesday  

Wednesday  

Thursday  

Friday  

Maths  

 

Languages

Science  

English