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16/10/21

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

...aaaaand the doors are open! Come down & meet our team today https://t.co/5rMuP4Abt5

16/10/21

Retweetd From Shanaj Salahuddin

A heart-warming visit with my daughter Aiza to see my wonderful former teacher Sam Green principal . We had a wonderful time meeting the great team of staff and students. Thank you for having us! https://t.co/1vyhbSua8F

15/10/21

Retweetd From London STEM Team

One of our STEM London hub team and 2 Stem Ambassadors presenting the Stem Ambassador offer to Primary schools yesterday at what was a very informative and engaging networking event facilitated by https://t.co/Xovyqj6PQu

14/10/21

Retweetd From Science Hub @ HASJW

Great to be in person with at discussing the report and how to use the finding to support excellent primary science https://t.co/jMbXQOZjS1

14/10/21

Reflecting on the school’s progress, the head said: “The thing I think serves children best is having a great teacher. “A teacher makes the biggest difference…that is the best resource that we can give them.” | https://t.co/iwbrsmQwRD

14/10/21

Retweetd From Science Hub @ HASJW

We're so excited to see you all at our launch event with today! https://t.co/2FL8vZiujo

13/10/21

Retweetd From Schools Plus Ltd

We have a wide range of stunning facilities available to hire at Harris Academy St John's Wood in North London. Their Sports Hall, Fitness Studio, 3G Pitch and more can be hired on Evenings, Weekends and School Holidays. Visit - https://t.co/ZQmjT0RAfd https://t.co/TVPLVDPW8P

13/10/21

Retweetd From Science Hub @ HASJW

Only one day to go until our launch event with : have you booked your FREE ticket yet? https://t.co/2FL8vZ0TrQ

12/10/21

Retweetd From Camilla at Bedrock Learning

Thrilled to be working with for another 2 years! 🎉 I am very excited to see the wonderful achievements across the academies and welcome onboard and Harris Academy South Norwood (Clocktower)!

12/10/21

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Two days to go until our launch event with : have you booked your free ticket yet? https://t.co/2FL8vZ0TrQ

11/10/21

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Are you coming to our launch event with on Thursday? Book your FREE ticket to access a range of workshops to tailor your CPD: not long to go now! https://t.co/2FL8vZ0TrQ

07/10/21

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Only one week to go until our launch event with : book your FREE ticket to access a range of workshops to tailor your CPD. https://t.co/0CmeGkULh2

05/10/21

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05/10/21

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We would like to welcome our primary colleagues in person - book in for free CPD on 14th October & invite a friend! https://t.co/iVdFK4ZbHe

03/10/21

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is here to help keep kids safe online with simple, practical advice from O2 and the NSPCC.

02/10/21

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Can early events shape future success? Hear from the likes of , , and more in the new season of with and - in association with Speakers for Schools https://t.co/TwXOzcz1ms

30/09/21

Retweetd From HarrisEnglish

Unseen poetry will therefore now account for ~27.6% of total marks. We'll be posting poetry more regularly again to support you and your students.

30/09/21

Retweetd From Science Hub @ HASJW

FREE places available for our launch event on 14th October for with sharing best practice from the report and a choice of CPD workshops including from https://t.co/0CmeGkULh2

29/09/21

Retweetd From London STEM Team

🗣️ will be holding their launch event for Primary colleagues on 14 Oct, offering a carousel of workshops allowing you to tailor your CPD, as well as a chance to network with colleagues across Central and W. London. This event is free. https://t.co/FwkCiOd3OW

23/09/21

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Looking for a school for your child in ? Or more precisely ? Please watch our short film and meet our incredible inspired young people Contact us on info .org.uk for a tour https://t.co/TaAmvp1yEb

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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.

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Homework

Homework is an integral part of school life at HASJW. 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 in reaching their goals. At HASJW, 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 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