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29/11/21

Every wednesday our sixth formers get together and take part in a range of recreational activities! https://t.co/9Fuuxf15yT

29/11/21

Our students have been busy cooking up a storm in cooking club last week 🧑‍🍳⏲🍰🍕 https://t.co/P0jOZHcfjb

26/11/21

Retweetd From Purfleet-on-Thames Community Forum

Don't forget our Christmas Light turn on from 4pm on next to the Children's centre tomorrow. Complementary sausage rolls, mince pies and mulled wine. Bring money for hot dogs etc. Carols - a time of festive cheer! https://t.co/wxIPBDpfci

26/11/21

Our Year 12 students performed very well in the Senior Maths Challenge💡 Out of 40 students who participated we were awarded with 16 Bronze and 3 Silver Certificates🤩 This happens to be one of the toughest maths competitions we have out there. Well done to all involved👏 https://t.co/C08cIfgKhi

26/11/21

Mr Russell and Mr Balogun's Year 8 team are at it again. Well done to the Year 8 football team for fighting back from 2-0 down, to finish with a 6-4 win. Making it through to the next round of the Harris cup👏 https://t.co/CCEh8kRdgu

26/11/21

On Wednesday, our SEN team and PE dept combined forces for an amazing trip to lakeside. "I think this is going to be my best day ever, I had so much fun" 🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️🧗‍♂️ Thank you to the wonderful Rock Up team for making it an amazing experience 👏 https://t.co/Ydo0TPqnYG

26/11/21

On Tuesday, our Year 8 students went to see the The Lion King at the Lyceum theatre🦁 🎭🎶 https://t.co/I5JbszFXun

25/11/21

Retweetd From Liz Evans

Sat near a group of students from the Harris Academy Riverside at a performance of The Lion King last night. They were great! Enthused, bouncy, well-behaved, accompanied by committed and caring staff. We were very impressed by them all.

25/11/21

Thank you for your kinds words. This is amazing to hear! 👏🏼

23/11/21

Retweetd From Science@HARI

A little Hooke's law today https://t.co/oOwJ68WLIq

22/11/21

*SIXTH FORM OPPORTUNITIES*💡 Please see below the FREE webinar’s available to explore exciting carers and post-18 options! https://t.co/saaqFSx5eB

17/11/21

ANTI-BULLYING WEEK Don’t forget to wear your odd socks tomorrow!! https://t.co/XVDqp97ph4

17/11/21

Retweetd From Science@HARI

Some of our brilliant year 8's made oxygen today. https://t.co/vhZuZ3q6qc

15/11/21

Year 10 GCSE Art students doing direct observation drawings at Kew Gardens today ✍🏻 🖼 🪴 https://t.co/RIY8LbJ0mp

15/11/21

Students are invited this week at break and lunch times to spread kindness around the academy this week! ♥️ https://t.co/dQRpTaWhpt

15/11/21

The first walk of the week is underway. Our students and staff are taking part in the ‘Walk and Talk’ for Stand Up to Cancer ⬆️ We are walking around the school grounds and the Purfleet community! Great start guys 💪🏻 https://t.co/Cezm5FpX5P

14/11/21

Walk & Talk for This week all of our students are invited to complete a two mile sponsored walk during their PE lessons. We are asking for students to donate £1 to Stand Up to Cancer ⬆️ Please bring your signed forms in with your PE kit on your PE day!

14/11/21

Wow! 🌟 Nearly half of all year 11 students are currently attending a voluntary Sunday night Maths revision session on TEAMs. Demonstrating outstanding habits of learning and behaviour👏🏼

13/11/21

On Thursday 18th November all students and staff are encouraged to wear odd socks of any pattern or colour to support https://t.co/t8n4g4eIPB

12/11/21

Coach Naiwo preparing the seniors for their first game of the season next week 🏃🏀 https://t.co/nzysnDLWPQ

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Concerned about someone else's child?

The law is very clear about who is responsible for the safety of children and that is all of us.

If you have a concern about a child, you have a responsibility to that child to tell someone.

  1. You can call MASH - Thurrock Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub. MASH is the coordinating body for the main local services which are there to help children; the Police, the NHS and social services. The number for MASH is 01375 652802. The operator will be able to help whatever your call is about and however vague or detailed. Your job is not to investigate, judge the severity or worry about the consequences. MASH will do that and they will tell you what to do next, if anything, or take over. Visit the MASH website by searching 'Thurrock MASH.'
  2. If you believe a child to be in immnent danger, you can call the Police on 101 or 999.
  3. Alternatively, if you know the school or nursery the child attends you can call that school and report your concern. The designated safegurading lead at the school may know more about the child and is likely to be more qualified or experienced to know what to do; they may call MASH or decide on a different course of action.
  4. If your concern is about online child sexual exploitation you can call CEOP. Search for CEOP online.