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And the winner of HAF Junior Bake Off is..... Rhianna Parry from Y10. We think your final dish looks AMAZING!!! 👏🥇


Our latest online assembly is now available to view, this week given by Miss Lee on the HAF Support Network.


Well done to all of our Bedrockers who have completed 2 or more lessons this week, check out our leader board to see if you made the top 5! Keep your eyes peeled for the prizes that can be won in the Bedrock draw next week!


Well Done to Francesco!


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Are you interested in becoming a Primary or Secondary Teacher? Harris Initial Teacher Education is holding an online Q/A with tutors, where you can learn more about a career in teaching. Click here for more information:


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The theme for National Apprenticeship Week 2021 is “Build the Future” and we're encouraging employers to consider how apprenticeships can help build a workforce with future-ready skills. Learn more here:


Massive congratulations to Miss Cawley who graduated from Brighton University with an Upper Class Honours Degree in Geography today. A truly fantastic achievement. 🥳🥳


A huge thank you to our parents/carers for the support you have given your young people at home and us all here at HAF. We are so very, very grateful! Always our biggest ally! 🌟🌝💯🎉🎊 Have a wonderful half-term break!


Another great week on Bedrock! Is your class in our top 3? Well done to our Best Bedrockers who are all entered into our Bedrock prize draw at the end of the term. Will you be in our top five next time? 🏆😇📖


Congratulations to year 9 student Eve who won the second round of HAF Junior Bake Off with her Harry Potter themed biscuits.


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📣 Calling all young people age 11-19! 👉 We want to know how should be used to help students catch up ⏱️ Fill in our 3 minute survey and your answers will be passed directly onto the UK Government and other decision makers.


Over 100 Y9-13 students have signed up for this fantastic event!


Our latest Online Assembly is now available for all to view. This week, Literature as a Means of Support led by Ms Paquette and Mr Green


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At Harris Falconwood, we check in with newly appointed Tom Street for his first 100 days as Principal entry. Read in full on our blog:


Well done to Amy on Y8 who has used her time to learn about Photosynthesis


Some of our Y10 students are taking part in an amazing fundraising event for mental health. Its great to see them their community, we're going to them and wish the every !


More fantastic work from our Y8 students who were asked to copy the colour picture


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Here's your weekly reminder about our spring prize draw! We're giving £1000 of prizes to 100 randomly selected students who complete two lessons each week until February half term! Find out more:


The greatest of respects and deepest of sympathies.


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Online Learning Provision

Please click HERE to go straight to the Live Online Lessons
and Home Working Year Group pages

Please note that from Wednesday 3rd March until student year groups return to the Academy, activities will be posted on the year group Microsoft Teams pages for students to complete. These resources will replace the ‘live lessons’ that have been taking place.

In order to continue to best serve our young people during these unprecedented times, from w/c 11th January, we will be holding Live Online Lessons for ALL students.

  • Year 7, 8, 9 & 10 Students
    w/c 4th January - Working from Home Plans and online lessons from 6th January
    from w/c 11th January - live online lessons and Working from Home Plans
  • Year 11 Students
    w/c 4th January - online lessons and Working from Home Plans
    from w/c 11th January - live online lessons and Working from Home Plans
  • Year 12 Students
    w/c 4th January - online lessons for Business, Health & Social Care and Sport; all other subjects have work set on Microsoft Teams
    from w/c 11th January - live online lessons for all subjects
  • Year 13 Students
    w/c 4th January - online lessons
    from w/c 11th January - live online lessons

Vulnerable, EHCP & Key Worker Students

The Academy is making provision for these students to attend the Academy; 8.20am-3.00pm Monday - Thursday and 8.20am-2.00pm Friday.

For students of Key Workers, please complete the Key Worker Provision Request form by the Friday of the week before the student is required to attend.

Key Worker Provision Request Form

In all cases, students attending the Academy must:

  • wear full Academy uniform should be worn as normal
  • arrive via Main Reception no later than 8.15am
  • bring a packed lunch and water bottle (those students in receipt of free school meals will be provided with a lunch)

How do I access Online Live Lessons & Home Learning?

Students will need to access Microsoft Teams.  Online live lessons will be delivered via the 'Home Working' Team for year groups 7-11, or via the class Team for years 12 and 13.  Microphones and cameras should be switched off for live online lessons.  Learn how to access Teams by clicking here.

Details of live lesson time tables can be found by selecting the appropriate year group below.  If live lessons are unable to take place, work will be available on student's individual class Teams pages whereby they can access resources and tasks, and also via the Working from Home Plans.

‘Working from Home Plans’ are available for students to use to supplement their learning by selecting the appropriate year group below.  These can also be used by those students that are unable to attend the Academy due to Covid-19 related absences.

What is expected of Students?

You are expected to complete and submit work for all tasks set by your teachers by the given deadlines.  Tasks will be set on Microsoft Teams and will be monitored for completion and to provide feedback.

If your teacher is concerned that you may be falling behind, they will first contact you on Teams to check that you understand and make sure you have enough support to complete the work.  This is exactly as they would do at the Academy.

We have put robust measures in place to monitor the attendance, engagement and progress of your students, but are very aware of the pressures that online learning places on families.  Therefore, contact will be made if there is a drop in attendance, engagement or progress to see what we can do as an Academy to support you.

How do I get help from my Teacher?

During live online lessons, students should use the chat function to ask questions relating to the lesson’s content.  Dedicated staff will be available via the chat in order to support our students with any questions they may have.

If you have questions at any other time, students should message their teacher through the Class Team.  You should never just leave the work; you are responsible for managing your work and it must all be completed in full and on time.

All communication should be made between the normal Academy hours on weekdays. Your teachers will not communicate with you outside of these times.  Your communication and all messages on Teams should be formal.

How do I get updates about the current Coronavirus situation?

New information from the Academy about coronavirus, including details of possible Academy closures, can be found at This will always have the very latest information.