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25/04/18

The upcoming movie night on 30th April, is a showing of Avatar. The screening starts at 3pm in the Main Hall - sign up sheet is outside Science 7 https://t.co/6ZKF9jfEu6

25/04/18

These have been planted all around the school by our allotment club and Science Techs. So excited for next year https://t.co/om4rZgYnHx

25/04/18

An amazing performance from our girls at the RAD Borough Spring Sharing's on Monday. Click the link for the video https://t.co/caSLCghrZl https://t.co/ebXAXJYo3X

24/04/18

Well done to Saviola Y9, who won last weeks Maths Puzzle.

23/04/18

Although we will be hosting the local elections on 3rd May 2018, the Academy will be open as normal. https://t.co/trGfRkamSE

23/04/18

Want to go on the next trip? Letters can be collected from reception for those wanting to sign up. But you had better be quick. https://t.co/TEXvR89C0B

23/04/18

This weeks puzzle: Last year, at the school where Gill teaches maths, 315 out of the 600 pupils were girls. This Year, the number of the pupils in the school has increased to 640. The proportion of girls is the same as it was last year. How many girls are at the school this year?

23/04/18

The Student Leadership Team's weekly reflections covers what has been going on in London and the crimes rates surpassing that of New York. https://t.co/grvrI5j2Nl

23/04/18

Word of the Week is baleful. What other sentences can you incorporate the word 'baleful' into this week? https://t.co/mRb7qr9cRR

23/04/18

This weeks countdown challenge is to reach 528, using 100 50 5 8 9 6. How close can you get? Try your hand at our block puzzle. How many blocks do you think were used? https://t.co/l6hVNLbyRr

23/04/18

Retweetd From Harris Bromley

...to planning and preparing. https://t.co/9Wy6zOTfwk

23/04/18

Retweetd From Harris Bromley

...to recognising how time management is the key to success... https://t.co/RZ26BLvhSG

23/04/18

Retweeted HGABR Sixth Form (): Our 6F students will be covering how to develop good study habits during tutor time this week. From understanding the correct climate for learning... https://t.co/CTp4XCWqUh

23/04/18

Retweetd From HGABR Sixth Form

Our 6F students will be covering how to develop good study habits during tutor time this week. From understanding the correct climate for learning... https://t.co/dALXiJew7u

23/04/18

...to planning and preparing. https://t.co/9Wy6zOTfwk

23/04/18

...to recognising how time management is the key to success... https://t.co/RZ26BLvhSG

20/04/18

Our latest Insight magazine has been published on our website. https://t.co/Kseffl7LYk https://t.co/8eqZfI1LSh

20/04/18

This weeks growth mindset looks back at the points in our lives where we didn't succeed at something the first time and how we overcame them. First. Attempt. In. Learning https://t.co/recRPbcQtW

20/04/18

Retweeted The Return Hub (): 7 practical ways parents can inspire girls to get into STEM - shares useful tips from https://t.co/kfOZSAr4cb

20/04/18

Retweetd From The Return Hub

7 practical ways parents can inspire girls to get into STEM - shares useful tips from https://t.co/msTEK2CubN

Harris Academies
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.

Safeguarding

The Academy is committed to the vital contribution all Governors and staff can make to safeguarding children. We will strive to make sure that every student in the Academy feels secure, well cared for, and able to reach their full potential. The Academy has created a culture within which student voice is a high priority and values itself as a listening school.

We will ensure all our own staff, other professionals, parents/carers and students work together to know the rules about keeping children safe. They will understand the importance of following procedures and listening to each other, especially when there are concerns about safety.

We aim to ensure that all safeguarding and welfare concerns or referrals are handled sensitively, professionally and in ways that support the specific needs of the individual student.  Through providing a caring, safe and stimulating environment which promotes the social, physical and moral development of all our students, we aim to foster an atmosphere of trust, respect and security.

The Academy will work hard to reduce all the kinds of harm that children can suffer, including abuse, bullying, discrimination and avoidable injuries. If you have any concerns at all about the safety or welfare of a child please do not hesitate to contact us.

A copy of our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy can be found below.

Designated Safeguarding Lead Officer and Prevent Lead (DSL) is Mrs Kate Ives

Deputy Designated Safeguarding Officer and Family Support Worker (DDSL) is Mr Stephen Derry

Designated Anti-bullying members of staff are Mrs Beverley Lamarque and Ms Gillian Stockwell

Designated staff member to support students with medical needs is Mrs Kate Ives

Designated staff member responsible for supporting Looked after Children is Miss Stephanie Tucker

Governor responsible for Safeguarding, Child protection and First Aid and Medicines is Mr Christopher Carr

Designated member of staff with responsibility for Health and Safety is Mr Tony Conboy

Academy's Attendance Manager is Mrs Amanda Nayyar/ Mrs Rebecca Halka

Attendance Officer is Miss Stephanie Tucker

Behaviour Manager is Mrs Beverly Lamarque

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The contact details are:

Mrs Ives DSL Mobile: 07715053077

Mr Derry DDSL Mobile: 07720337450

Email: info@harrisbromley.org.uk
Telephone: 020 8778 5917

The Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) is Rita Dada, Lead for Education Safeguarding, Quality Assurance Unit
T: 0208 461 7669 or 0208 313 4325 (via the Bromley Safeguarding Children Board)
E: rita.dada@bromley.gov.uk

 

A whistleblowing helpline is available from the NSPCC - 0800 028 02825.

 


The Prevent Duty and "Channel"

The Academy has a Prevent Duty Lead. The Prevent duty has two specific strategic objectives to safeguard our students against radicalisation, extremism and any actions or beliefs that are contrary to British Values and our Academy ethos.

1.      Respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat we face from those who promote it.

2.      Prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure that they are given appropriate advice and support.

HGABD opposes all form of extremism. We define ‘extremism’ as vocal or active opposition to fundamental British values, including democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.

The Academy will work closely with the counter-terrorism referral programme “Channel”.  Channel is a multi-agency approach to identify and provide support to individuals who are at risk of being drawn into terrorism.

The programme uses a multi-agency approach to protect vulnerable people by:

  • identifying individuals at risk
  • assessing the nature and extent of that risk                           
  • developing the most appropriate support plan for the individuals concerned.

The academy believes and actively supports the view that all students should be protected from radicalisation and extremism.

 Parent/Carer Information

 Download a parents' guide to extremism and radicalization

The Educate Against Hate website has been created by the Department for Education and the Home Office to give parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice and support to help keep children safe from the dangers of extremism.


Other useful sites:

Childline

Childline

Bullying

KidScape

Sex and relationships

NHS Live Well

Drugs

Talk To Frank


Exam Stress

Tests and exams can be a challenging part of school life for both student and parents. At HGBAR we will soon be teaching our students about Mindfulness. But in the meantime, there are ways to ease the stress. Guides to coping with exam stress can be found at the bottom of this page


 E-safety

The online world is becoming vaster with young people using social media sites and the internet, to explore opportunities for learning and creativity. However, while the internet is a great resource, as always, there are risks and dangers that every student should be aware of to help protect themselves and be safe online.  The Academy teaches e-safety via our PSHE curriculum, but you may also find the below resources useful.

You'll also find a wealth of additional information on the Think You Know website which was created by the police for parents of children at secondary school. It contains useful information about:

  • what children are doing online
  • how to talk to children about what they are doing online
  • what risks your child might face
  • what tools are there to help them stay safe.

Our E-Safety Policy can be accessed from the link at the bottom of this page.  Should you have any concerns about your child's e-safety, there is always someone at the Academy who is available to talk to you. Simply call the school and ask for our Safeguarding Officers, or speak to any member of staff.

Parent/Carer Information

Although the Academy teaches students e-safety as part of the PSHE curriculum, it is vital that parents are aware of the risks too, and what they can do to develop a culture of e-safety in the home.

Below has some helpful resources for parents/carers that will enable you to help your child stay safe online.

www.thinkuknow.co.uk -  Created by the police for parents of children at secondary school.

www.childnet.com – Visit the ‘Know It All’ Section for an interactive guide about online safety

www.getsafeonline.org – Free up-to-date security advice

www.cybermentors.org.uk – Online support for children

www.ceop.police.uk – Website of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

www.bbc.co.uk/onlinesafety – guidance about how to make the most of being online while staying safe.

www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware - the NSPCC has launched the Share Aware campaign which provides straightforward advice to parents on how to keep their 8-12-year-olds safe on social networks

www.childnet.com/resources/know-it-all-for-parents/kiafp-cd - an e-safety presentation from Childnet International

www.saferinternetday.org  - a day that is used to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones, but they also provide year round training days

https://www.gov.uk/government/groups/uk-council-for-child-internet-safety-ukccis - The UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS)

http://parentinfo.org/article/the-5-digital-parenting-rules-that-really-matter - Parent Info - From CEOP and Parent Zone - 'The 5 digital parenting rules that REALLY matter.'

http://parentinfo.org/article/setting-safety-and-privacy-settings-for-social-media-apps - Parent Info - From CEOP and Parent Zone - 'Setting Safety and Privacy settings for Social Media Apps.'

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/ - Online Safety - NSPCC

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/sexting/ - Sexting - NSPCC

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/share-aware/ - Share Aware - NSPCC

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/questions-parenting-digital-age/ - 12 Questions answered about parenting in the digital age - NSPCC

https://www.getsafeonline.org/ - Get Safe Online

 

 

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