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19/10/21

A jammed packed two days at our first ever Netball Camp! Over 40 students attended, lots of netball, an incredible amount of progress and most importantly lots of happy netballers! Happy half term 🎉 https://t.co/QaMmaUXPmC

17/10/21

🎉CELEBRATING SUCCESS🎉 A huge congratulations goes out to our star students who have received their gradings for their recent singing exam🌟 Well done to Melina, Chloe, Francesca, Sienna, Lola and Ime👏🏼

17/10/21

A weekend away for some of our Year 11 students, adventure combined with learning and revision! Great work team! 🧑‍🏫🧗🏼‍♀️ https://t.co/E2azaaG31R

17/10/21

*Y11 HALF TERM SESSIONS* Tomorrow 9:30am - 11:30am French speaking preparation🇫🇷 Room TB215

17/10/21

Year 8 students have been learning about the significance and symbolism of Gargoyles in Gothic architecture this term 🖼 Here are some examples of outstanding tonal pencil drawings🤩 https://t.co/n4HJgAqaqN

16/10/21

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Science classrooms this morning as we take some of our year 11s on a science and maths PGL weekend https://t.co/L163jFFh47

15/10/21

SPORTS UPDATE ⚽️ Mr Riches and Mr Crook’s year 7 football team take home a 2-0 win against Gateway today🥇 Great work boys! 💪🏻

14/10/21

Don’t miss out! https://t.co/IhGGyqriLv

14/10/21

SPORTS UPDATE Riverside rapids take on Gateway academy to take home another win. Great effort from Miss Solley’s year 9 netball team. Result: 11-7 Players player: TF Coaches player: AL https://t.co/VNLK2X81y6

14/10/21

SPORTS UPDATE Mr Russell’s Year 10 football team are taking this week by storm, with another win under their belt. Result: Riverside 6 - 1 Ockenden https://t.co/PnFaKPEUKW

14/10/21

Three Year 10 students represented HARI and the Harris Federation in a national conference on climate change yesterday. The students beat off competition from other Harris academies to gain a place at the conference and represented fantastically. Well done! https://t.co/yhweOMFKKc

14/10/21

Students were taken into the community on Tuesday morning to learn about road safety, the local train line while staying alert walking to and from school. With the help of Ms Benson, they are growing into young independent students. https://t.co/YZCiVPbs9l

12/10/21

Ms Benson held a coffee morning with our lovely parents and carers of our SEN students last week. The next one is being held on Friday 15th October 8:30-9:30am. Emails have been sent and we look forward to seeing you all! https://t.co/iWnDyorwOC

12/10/21

Dedication, motivation and resilience on a frosty October morning for our girls football club. Great turn out. Training Resumes- Tuesday 2nd November 7:45am ☀️❄️ https://t.co/6y9aywyQIj

11/10/21

SPORT UPDATE Year 7 Football Resilient riverside come back with a 2-0 win against a strong Ockenden team, after their defeat last week. Scorers: Regan ⚽️⚽️ Upcoming fixture: Friday 15th - Riverside vs Gateway (A)

11/10/21

MACCIES MONDAYS This weeks McDonald’s rewarded to Xavier, Melana, Madelina, Andrea, Zach, Al Amin, Adeniran, Toluwani, Heida, Josh, Daisy, Jenelle, Kiarna, Richard, Elizabeth, Angel and Joseph. Well done to our students on their fantastic Do Now’s. https://t.co/6TVc5txP0g

05/10/21

Senior leadership team Riding the Ensign Bus to Grays. Thanks to Ensign for the great service they provide. https://t.co/BfB4yMfwy3

29/09/21

Our year 11 and year 13 students (not to mention their teachers) are looking forward to finding out what they will need to do to succeed. https://t.co/ifrEOJI6iG

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Academy response to the issue of sexual harassment

In June 2021, OFSTED published its shocking research on the extent of sexual harassment of children in the communty and online.

The academy has a sex and relationships policy which has been the subject of consultation with staff, parents and carers and a detailed, robust, age appropriate and thorough sex and relationships curriculum which educates our students about these issues.

Our strategy to combat the risk of sexual harassment in or around the academy is as follows;

1. Defining. highlighting and discouraging at a very early age the low level behaviours and habits which could promote the sort of unhealthy environment in which the conditions for sexual harrassment could grow; for example, including as unacceptable behaviour in our behaviour policy the use of slang words for body parts or the promotion of careless gossip about other students and their relationships.


2. Maintaining rigorous and robust supervision of our environment, including; all parts of the academy, both inside and out by physical supervision and CCTV; the virtual environment in the academy and on its network via sophisticated and robust filtering and electronic surveillance and the virtual environment as represented on students' 'phones by strict useage rules and the right for our pastoral staff to check 'phones with parental permission. 

 
3. Training our staff and our students in the prevalence and nature of sexual harassment


4. Informing and liasing frankly and candidly with parents and carers about issues even where this is embarrassing or challenging


5. Applying our existing equality, psychological, counselling, safeguardng, anti-bullying, behaviour and pastoral procedures robustly to any cases of sexual harrassment