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          02/04/20

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          02/04/20

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          Have you checked out our 📚 Online storybooks 📚 Games and quizzes 📚 Competitions 📚 How to draw videos 📚 Rhymes 📚 Downloadable activities 📚 Recipes Basically, SO much booky goodness! Head this way:

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          01/04/20

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          Join me, Chris Bradford, author of the Young Samurai and Bodyguard series for a virtual author visit like no other on Friday 10th April 2020 at 10am GMT!

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          30/03/20

          Evening all, Ms Day (Head of PE) will be taking part in daily workout tomorrow at 9am. Please feel free to join ...

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          26/03/20

          Remember to collect your learning packs from the primary office! Also have a look at this free resource now available to you all... //t.co/6g6IcsdS1g

          22/03/20

          Retweetd From Gavin Williamson

          You should only send your child to school on Monday if you have to, because your work is critical to our COVID-19 response. If you are able to keep your child at home, you should. //t.co/n1B1gngVWr

          22/03/20

          Retweetd From The Body Coach

          😀 PE WITH JOE starting Monday morning at 9am on my YOUTUBE channel: The Body Coach TV 📺 Please please share this with as many people as you can ❤️ Our kids need this more than ever. Share it on your stories, your wall, your Twitter, whatsapp and school newsletters ❤️ //t.co/ioFGeFRpuK

          20/03/20

          A busy library today as our students ensure they have plenty of reading material to keep them busy over the closure period! //t.co/ybS5nP4knB

          20/03/20

          Key worker parents - please see this important information on our website. Thank you. //t.co/fmxp5o6mBG

          19/03/20

          So proud of you...

          19/03/20

          Retweetd From Ryan Manning

          So so proud of the Y11s I worked with today who, despite all the uncertainty, still came in, still wanted to do the mock paper we planned, still want our feedback. You are amazing! 💪🤩🙌 //t.co/kDZQku66eK

          17/03/20

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          17/03/20

          Parents/Carers - Please note that any new information from the school about coronavirus, including details of possible school closures, can be found at //t.co/r91RP67GNr. This will always have the very latest information. Thank you.

          11/03/20

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          A-may-zing!!! LONDON Youth Games in three sports- netball, basketball and rugby; super proud of our Thamesmead Titans!! //t.co/ZyfWEIdHQW

          11/03/20

          We can’t wait! //t.co/WqtWZGzrTD

          09/03/20

          Wowsers! We’ve done it! 3 finals won and we’re going to represent at the in 3 different disciplines! //t.co/Cj8vUIWY0e

          05/03/20

          To celebrate World Book Day, Year 8 had a fantastic time today in creative writing workshops and assemblies led by published author 504 Gateway Time-out //t.co/YV7qgp9oTB

          05/03/20

          Students raised £182 for through a Readathon earlier this term, to help buy new books for every major children’s hospital in the UK. “There are people out there who don't have books,” said Leila, Year 4. "I love reading so it was a fun way to raise money.”

          05/03/20

          Our six student Wellbeing Ambassadors visited the primary phase yesterday to talk to younger students about and

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          04/03/20

          Well done Year 11 - you worked hard today in your poetry lectures and masterclasses revising the Power & Conflict poetry! //t.co/vBDtusVPrl

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          Character Education

          One of the academy’s mantras is ‘Character is Key’. This is constantly referred to by staff and is reiterated regularly during assemblies and throughout our Character Days

          Our curriculum and education provision aim to develop the following character traits in our students:

          • Determined resilience
          • Aspirational work ethic
          • Moral awareness and tolerance
          • Emotional capacity and understanding
          • Fulfilment and enjoyment

          Character and educational attainment

          Research suggests supporting the development of character traits such as these can improve educational attainment, engagement with school, and attendance. A literature review for the Education Endowment Foundation and Cabinet Office found that:

          • High self-efficacy, or self-belief, is associated with better performance, more persistence and greater interest in work
          • Highly-motivated children (linked to tenacity), who are driven internally and not by extrinsic rewards, show greater levels of persistence and achievement
          • Good self-control (or self-regulation, the ability to delay gratification) is associated with greater attainment levels
          • Having good coping skills (part of being able to bounce back) is associated with greater well-being.

          Other studies have suggested that:

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          Primary Character Traits

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          types of behaviour and understanding that we want every child to develop during their time with us in Harris Garrard.

          Resilience. 504 Gateway Time-out  

          Respect.  

          Collaboration and Cooperation

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          Happy and Enthusiastic.  

          Be Smart.


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          24298 Harris Garrard Character Traits Display Boards Primary E1


          Secondary Character Traits

          HG018A trait is a personal quality or characteristic that is personal to you. It makes you the person you are. We are all unique, which is a great thing to be. However, as you go through life, we believe that you will need certain character traits to ensure that life gives you happiness and fulfilment. This is so we can all cope with the ups and downs that the modern life can bring for everyone. The Character traits below are what we will try and develop in you all at the secondary phase of Harris Garrard Academy.

          Determined Resilience. This means that you do not give up when things get tough. You show determination in everything you do to try to be the best that you can be. Some things in life can knock you down, but every time you should get up again with a new level of determined resilience.

          Aspirational Work Ethic. Whether you are at school, university or paid employment, we want you to work hard every day so you can be the best you can be in your chosen career in life. You will work for nearly for 50 years, so we want you do something that motivates, you enjoy and that pays you well.

          Moral Awareness and Tolerance.

          Emotional Capacity and Understanding. This refers to understanding and helping each other. We will all go through our lives and need support and encouragement at some point from someone close to us. We should try and understand when someone needs some emotional support and do our best to try and make them feel better or try and get them support through telling an adult in the academy.

          Fulfilment and enjoyment.

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          24298 Harris Garrard Character Traits Display Boards Secondary E1


          The six character benchmarks

          When considering the intent, implementation and impact of our character education programme, we have considered the following six Character Education benchmarks included in the Department for Education guidance from November 2019. These benchmarks summarise the most important features of good provision for character education.

          What kind of school are we?

          What are our expectations of behaviour towards each other?

          How well do our curriculum and teaching develop resilience and confidence?

          How good is our co-curriculum provision?

          How well do we promote the value of volunteering and service to others?

          How do we ensure that all our pupils benefit equally from what we offer?

        • Is our provision, including our co-curricular provision, appropriately tailored both to suit and to challenge the pupils we serve?
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