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11/10/19

Lord Harris 🗣👏 https://t.co/23NW2a14JM

11/10/19

staff at the CPD Day! Our new building being shown to everyone at the centre. 🌊😁 https://t.co/0iC9t0PwTA

11/10/19

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With the staff at the CPD Day! First time at the centre. https://t.co/5M4XtZksC8

10/10/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Tomorrow these chairs will be filled with over 4000 colleagues for our annual conference. We look forward to welcoming you in the morning! https://t.co/HVikE380T2

10/10/19

Well done girls 🙌🏐 https://t.co/hgolIzVQVt

08/10/19

SPORTS NEWS 📢 More wins across the year groups for the boys football teams 😁🙌 Yr 9s 10 v 0 ✅ Yr 8s 2 v 0 ✅ Yr 7s 6 v 0 ✅ 🌊

05/10/19

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Well done all!⭐ https://t.co/FvOeQHfazM

04/10/19

SPORTS NEWS 📢 Our table tennis teams represented the school so well, well done to everyone who took part 🏓🥇 Thurrock Table Tennis u'13s YR 9 FINISHED 1ST YR 8 FINISHED 2ND YR 7 FINSIHED 4TH 🌊

25/09/19

Retweetd From Ensignbus

📢 Our new route 29 is up and running linking Belhus & Aveley with Harris Riverside Academy , details below: https://t.co/df9TbJUwQx

24/09/19

SPORTS NEWS 📢 HARRIS RIVERSIDE 2-1 ST CLERES Another win for Riverside, this time the yr 9s football team bring home the 3pts ✅⚽️ 🌊

24/09/19

SPORTS NEWS 📢 🌊 https://t.co/dcn7AqdRrL

24/09/19

Retweetd From Ensignbus

📢 We are pleased to announce that new route 29 starts today (24th September)! Linking Belhus & Aveley with Harris Riverside Academy https://t.co/vXSswu94CV

23/09/19

SPORTS NEWS 📢 Riverside Rapids 3-1 Hathaway Academy ✅⚽️ First win for the Year 7 boys football team, on our brand new 3G pitch. 🙌😁 Well done boys 🎉 🌊

23/09/19

Retweetd From Ensignbus

📢 We are pleased to announce that we can start operating new route 29 from tomorrow (23rd September)! Linking Belhus & Aveley with Harris Riverside Academy https://t.co/czdBRTXyIb

18/09/19

Everybody welcome to the next Forum Meeting! A little look into Purfleet's history and updates on the https://t.co/EkBPYCgEq5

15/09/19

Yr8 students with the FIXUP Team 😁🙌 https://t.co/cwpklZui9O

13/09/19

Retweetd From 🇬🇧UK Ambassador for Happiness 🙂

It was a privilege to inspire the next generation...🙏🏼 https://t.co/AndQGQJOsY

13/09/19

Thanks to our H-A-P-P-Y students are motivated for a successful academic year! Thanks you J and the FIX UP team! 🧡 🌊 https://t.co/1IdUPfzKGW

11/09/19

Our students LOVED the level crossing safety briefing by & the advice given by the ex officer! Thank you 🌊 https://t.co/yX4CHgM6B8

07/09/19

Retweetd From Purfleet-on-Thames Community Forum

No longer a drawing, Harris Academy Riverside opens 9th September. First part of Purfleet-on-Thames regenertion completed. All we need is the rest of it. @ https://t.co/lK8DnBAxQ8

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How do we plan our curriculum?

All our subject curricula at Harris Academy Riverside are planned with 4 principles in mind;

First; that students should grow a passion and curiosity for the subject. Our planning model challenges teachers to choose the most powerful and inspiring content, engaging teaching methods and a variety of immersive activities, experiences and environments in order to switch students on and provide stimulus at every turn.

Secondly; that subject curricula comply with national expectations including the National Curriculum in years 7,8 and 9, the local SACRE guidelines in Religious Education, the guidance of The PSHE Association and relevant specifications for subjects as published by national examining boards.

Thirdly; that subject curricula prepare students for the next stage of their educational or lifelong career by ensuring that relevant content and skills are covered to prepare students for examinations where relevant and for further education and careeers.

Fnally, that subject curricula support and are supported by scholarship attributes such as reading, the practice of recall, appropriate writing skills.

In planning which content is taught and in which order, our teachers select core knowledge and sequence it carefully so that students improve in each subject by knowing and remembering progressively more about it. Earlier topics in each subject form the basis of learning for later topics. Such sequencing is important within subjects but also between subjects so that students benefit from building complementary knowledge across subjects.

Teachers ensure that end points or 'steppiing stones' are defined whch coincide with core knowledge and time is allocated in the curriculum for assessing, revisiting,  and consolidating these end points such that students remember core knowledge securely for the long term.