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20/05/22

Year 6 have had a fantastic time at the Imperial War Museum today. It was fantastic to be able to see, hold and experience artefacts from WWI and WWII and learn so many interesting facts! 🪖 https://t.co/35EZYudnwg

20/05/22

Our main event of the day, exploring the WWII galleries. We got to have a go at cracking Morse Code and experience sitting in an air raid shelter! 🪖 https://t.co/xhCOwmy0hQ

20/05/22

We've enjoyed learning about WWI this morning and we even got to experience what life was like in the trenches 🪖 https://t.co/UbduP32q5s

20/05/22

We are absolutely in awe at just how big the tanks are! This one is a Soviet tank from WWII https://t.co/DOAWPJ0bY9

20/05/22

Year 6 have arrived for an exciting day at the Imperial War Museum! 🏛️ https://t.co/gjSpskzRxv

17/05/22

In maths today, year 6 were collecting and representing discrete data. They decided what data to collect from their classmates (favourite colour, birth month etc), collected it in a tally chart, and then drew a bar chart to represent their data! 📊 https://t.co/hvUMo8FXiu

16/05/22

As part of their science topic of Animals Including Humans, year 6 carried out a dissection of a sheep's heart this morning. They were able to explore the different parts of the heart we have learnt about🫀 https://t.co/pQd0ii1V3J

13/05/22

Our front lawn is full of beautiful daisies at the moment- we are getting real spring vibes! 🌼 https://t.co/4xgUs6we7j

13/05/22

Year 6 are having post-SATS celebrations at the park 🥳 we have some serious rounders competitions going on! https://t.co/94TbBaIUbu

12/05/22

Year 4 have replicated the sculpture, Maman by Louise Bourgeois. They have done this by assembling paper, elastic bands, art wires and tissue paper. How incredible do they look lurking around the classroom! 🕷️ https://t.co/3HcpJU9WKA

12/05/22

We would like to say a massive well done to all of our Year 6's who have worked incredibly hard this week and have completed all of their SATS tests! We honestly couldn't be prouder of them 🌟 https://t.co/UzLR4CNWEa

12/05/22

Action Tutoring are absolutely fantastic. We are in our second year of using them and they work so hard with our pupils. We honestly can't praise them enough!

12/05/22

Retweetd From Ellie Reeves

Great to celebrate ’s 10th anniversary in Parliament yesterday. They do brilliant voluntary tutoring work with , and other schools nationally to help disadvantaged pupils and tackle the attainment gap. https://t.co/TK3ySlFCpU

10/05/22

Year 6 were busy yesterday afternoon producing their Barbara Hepworth inspired Soap Sculptures 🎨 https://t.co/phHWhGNmg3

09/05/22

We would like to wish our Year 6's the best of luck today as they start their SATS week. They have worked so hard all year and we are incredibly proud of them 🌟 https://t.co/Ie6aBgISra

05/05/22

Retweetd From Andy Powers

Just been told I have to vote Labour today by my 9 year old daughter. She recently met at and it obviously left a positive impression.

04/05/22

In art, year 6 have been analysing the incredible work of Barbara Hepworth focusing on the idea of abstract shapes. They have used this to then design their own abstract sculptures inspired by her work 🎨 https://t.co/VPViLwSqsM

29/04/22

Our reception children have been making these beautiful posters to celebrate Eid which is at the beginning of next week. We love to celebrate the amazing diversity that we have here at Harris Primary Academy Kent House ☪️ https://t.co/AzsLAs9vRL

27/04/22

Year 6 have been learning about the structure and function of the heart in science. They have learnt about the journey of the blood through the heart, the lungs and the body 🫀 https://t.co/oTRYOv4sWE

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Home Learning Timetables

Home Learning

From Tuesday, 5 January 2021, until Friday, 5 March 2021, most children will be doing their learning online, using the Microsoft Teams. All children have a Teams login, so you don’t need to have anything bought or downloaded, it is accessible using a web browser. So that you know what to expect, here is an overview of how learning will work:

  • Every day will begin with a 30 minute PE session - either the Joe Wicks daily workout, or one from Mr Hanson
  • Children are then expected to login from 9.30am for registration
  • All morning lessons will be recorded, so that if you have multiple children, they can access the lessons at different times. It might take a few days for us to work out who is accessing live, and who is watching later, so please bear with us if we call asking why a child has not been able to log on! 
  • In the morning, children will have three live lessons (Maths, Reading and English) – these will be recorded so children can access them later if needed. Children will have an exercise book to record any written learning. Some of the maths and reading will be done through shared files, or quizzes accessed on Teams
  • Cameras and microphones will be turned off as a default. This is because we are going to be recording lessons, and do not want to be sharing lessons with a film of the inside of your house. Please ensure that children are not turning their cameras on during lessons
  • In the afternoons teachers will log on to do another register, and introduce the learning which will be more independent, usually, with a powerpoint or sheet to help. There might be a quiz or some writing to do which can be done in exercise books, which you can pick up from school
  • Learning will be different and the way in which we will need to be teaching lessons is not what teaching usually looks like in class, as there are some obvious limitations.
  • Lastly, the Teams page will act as a classroom which means that children are expected to act and behave in an appropriate manner. Many children are used to instant messaging and online gaming, and some elements of Teams (such as messaging) can feel similar. Please remind your children that the Teams page is not a social networking site, and is their classroom. Chat will be muted before and after school as children will note be expected to be using it outside of school hours.
  • Thank you all for your support and patience over the next few weeks – please let us know if there are any issues we can help with

PE

As Joe Wicks is beginning his workouts again from Monday, we have incorporated this into each class’s weekly timetable. These sessions will take place at 9.00am on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

These sessions can be found here:

https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBodyCoachTV

In addition, our sports coach, Mr Hanson will provide the children with additional Sports Challenges on a Tuesday and Thursday at the same time. These will be available on your child's Microsoft Teams site.

Home Learning Timetables

All year group timetables appear here (Nursery classes started as normal on Monday, 18 January 2021):