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16/10/17

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2017 Video Overview. “Educational Success - Every Child Every Day”. https://t.co/pdFfSjCRhj

15/10/17

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Receptionist & Administrative Assistant required at https://t.co/QeYMfrigS4

15/10/17

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Receptionist & Administrative Assistant required at https://t.co/eVcHgAHgCQ

12/10/17

Our Year 9 boys continued our winning streak at Gladesmore tonight with a 4-0 win! Well done! https://t.co/w3wwY9LSOy

11/10/17

Thrilled to be award the Ruth Miskin trained school badge. Well done to all primary staff. https://t.co/qGA7Tr3kOM

11/10/17

PRIMARY: Puffins, Nightingales and Swans all enjoyed their surprise African drumming workshop today! Future musicians in the making!

11/10/17

Don't miss your chance to see our OUTSTANDING Primary provision. https://t.co/luQz5qVn8i

11/10/17

So proud of our Year 7 boys this evening, winning 5-3 in their fixture at Gladesmore. Well done! https://t.co/4tVLX38vLx

10/10/17

So proud of Ms O'Keeffe for her award at the conference. Best partnership for our work with https://t.co/w9HJCDrrFJ

10/10/17

Our staff engaged in our CPD session this evening focussing on developing reading skills in every classroom.

10/10/17

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Fantastic to meet our latest Year 9 Harris Experience cohort! The future looks very bright https://t.co/tYLvJQwDj7

10/10/17

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A very special thanks to some of our brilliant students for speaking in front of over 200 of their peers at the Harris Experience launch! https://t.co/vouXdVFH2I

10/10/17

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Anyone looking to take up photography should take note - say cheese! https://t.co/3dyQDxk47H

10/10/17

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Some images from the final rehearsal for Harris In Harmony yesterday – the children sounded amazing! More to follow... https://t.co/z2Lt4KycU0

09/10/17

We would love to present our Sixth Form if there are stalls available?

09/10/17

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At Harris, disadvantaged students do almost twice as well as they do nationally. https://t.co/zfFUPZQ5KQ

09/10/17

Great for our staff to be at the annual Harris Federation conference today. Our highlight: Harris in Harmony! https://t.co/1JWWTpfDbY

08/10/17

We're delighted to have achieved our Bronze Accreditation STARS award, demonstrating our commitment to safer travel for all! https://t.co/VANwlETZH0

06/10/17

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Many thanks to for speaking to students of all ages today. https://t.co/lNZuem1B1u

06/10/17

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Great questions today from Primary Parliament to https://t.co/jQjHr55zuQ

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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.

Help Your Child with Literacy

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At Harris Academy Tottenham, children will read their RWI books three times in school before they bring it home to read with you. There are many different activities that you can do to your support your child at home. Here is some information about some of the activities that you could try. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher.

Speed sounds

At the front of the book, there are speed sounds which your child can practise reading.  A video link here shows how can you practise the speed sounds with your child. http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/parent-tutorial-storybook-activities-speed-sounds. This activity should be fun and only take a minute or two to complete.

Green and red words

Green words are words that are made up of sounds that your child already knows. Your child will say the individual sounds and then blend them together to read the word.

Red words are common words used in the English language, these are words that your child will have been taught to read as a whole word rather than sounding them out.

 This video link will provide further guidance about how to help your child at home when reading green and red words. http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/parent-tutorial-storybook-activities-green-and-red-words

harrisTot42Reading the story

When your child is reading the story to you, you can help them by:

  • Pointing to the words
  • Discussing what is happening in the story
  • Asking questions to deepen your child’s understanding
  • Helping your child to predict what might be happening next.

For more advice and guidance, please click on the video link http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/parent-tutorial-storybook-activities-green-and-red-words

 

 

Video

Here is a short video which shows you how we teach the children phonics. You will see the sounds we learn and how we pronounce them.