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06/06/20

Retweetd From Mariah Kennedy Cuomo

My grandfather Robert F. Kennedy’s speech “On The Mindless Menace of Violence” put to images of today. Share this video by with and take action at https://t.co/htM5PJ0mw0. https://t.co/hTDuaQVN7L

06/06/20

HATO Challenge: What am I proud of? 'I am proud to be in the Drew House tutor group MEL' Jokubas

06/06/20

HATO Challenge: What am I proud of? 'I am remarkable because I have been doing my homework regularly.' Mugaji

06/06/20

HATO Challenge: What am I proud of? From Caiden https://t.co/8ohsMAaotw

06/06/20

Martin Luther King was assassinated because of his fight against hatred & against prejudice & discrimination in society. This inequality persists still. The data is clear. The experience of those around us speak to this. Prejudice remain. Hatred remains. https://t.co/WXcNZzdXP1 https://t.co/Vk9k9WpFCY

06/06/20

RFK’s speech is in full here: https://t.co/VJxpiP2pu6 & the text is here https://t.co/T4FGN11SwF https://t.co/iKbM2rkpxz

06/06/20

Earlier that year in April, Robert Kennedy gave a rousing & poignant speech, but one that attempts to inspire action. In it he argues that: “This is a time of shame and sorrow....” He was speaking about the murder of the black civil rights campaigner Dr Martin Luther King https://t.co/M7k0UdCpwa

06/06/20

Bobby Kennedy (RFK) was assassinated in June 1968. He was murdered after becoming the favourite for candidate for President of the USA. https://t.co/IZGl0Ni26o

06/06/20

Good morning everyone. Today we set aside most of Covid-19 planning to reflect on a speech by Bobby Kennedy. A series of tweets over the weekend will I hope inspire and give pause for reflection & action. PSHE & citizenship are maligned as subjects but schools teach them well.

04/06/20

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

How has it been at Harris Academy Tottenham as we slowly reopen our school gates to more and more children ? https://t.co/nM3x8CquTF

04/06/20

How has it been at Harris Academy Tottenham as we slowly reopen our school gates to more and more children ? https://t.co/nM3x8CquTF

04/06/20

HATO Challenge: What am I proud of? 'I am remarkable because I finish tasks set by teachers on time and to the best of my ability.' Leo

04/06/20

Retweetd From Djamila Boothman 🌱

Channel and maintain that outrage ... let’s make sure that we keep the momentum going until our children return to the classrooms and after that. This is not a sprint, it’s a marathon https://t.co/ZyawMTg1tr

04/06/20

I will have a look. That’s v odd. Will action now

04/06/20

HATO Challenge: What am I proud of? 'I am proud of making a really nice dinner for my family the other day , because they really liked it and I’m not usually a good cook so it made me proud of myself.' Adelina

04/06/20

Making the Leap () arranged for volunteers at BNP Paribas () to review student CVs and give feedback remotely – through this over 30 students (Year 10-13) have received tailored support from HR professionals on making their CV perfect. https://t.co/obJ3vppavF

04/06/20

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

I’m scared but he has to come...school is what my son needs right now.” | reminder that academy is open to Year 1 and reception again next week. https://t.co/3RuMEYfeNn

04/06/20

Everywhere you go within the academy the pods are enclosed and protected and social distancing is maintained as shown here by Mr Hall and Mr Howells | https://t.co/qocRR0ncdE

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Safeguarding

SAFEGUARDING AT HARRIS ACADEMY TOTTENHAM

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Elaine Anglin

Vice Principal

E.Anglin@harristottenham.org.uk

Academy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer

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Samuel Tailby

Assistant Principal

S.Tailby@harristottenham.org.uk

Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer

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Michaela Marshall

Assistant Principal: Primary Phase

M.Marshall@harristottenham.org.uk

Deputy Lead Designated Child Protection Officer

Farida Momtaz (Parent Governor) - Governor with Responsibility for Safeguarding and Student Welfare.
 

The contact details are:

Email: safeguarding@harristottenham.org.uk
Telephone: 020 3772 4243

The SHARP system is a tool used to report any safeguarding or welfare concerns, in an anonymous way. The tool is monitored by staff at the Academy, and enables both students and families to report any concerns. Link

Childline logo Call Childline on 0800 1111 to get through to a counsellor, they’re there to listen and support you with anything you’d like to talk about. You can also visit https://www.childline.org.uk/
Nspcc e1479327999342 If you're worried about a child, even if you're unsure, you can speak to the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 about your concerns. You can also visit https://www.nspcc.org.uk/

Haringey:

The Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) is: Sarah Roberts.

Haringey Local Safeguarding Children Board
2nd Floor, River Park House
225 High Road
London N22 8HQ

You can contact the LADO via lado@haringey.gov.uk

You can also contact the Local Safeguarding Children Board at: 
Email: lscb@haringey.gov.uk
Enquiries: 020 8489 3145
Training:  020 8489 1470

What to do if you are worried about a child:

All children and young people have the right to live in safety, without emotional cruelty, neglect, violence, or sexual abuse.

If you are worried about the safety or welfare of a child please share your concerns so that someone can help. 

If the child is in immediate danger then you should telephone emergency services on 999

If you have concerns that a child or young person under the age of 18 might be being harmed, please contact Haringey Council Children's Services:

Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 5pm; Friday 8.45am to 4.45pm: Tel: 020 8489 4470

Out of office hours, including weekends: Tel: 020 8489 0000

Preventing Extremism

At Harris Academy Tottenham we have a designated Prevent Duty Lead. This is Elaine Anglin, Vice Principal and DDSL.   The Prevent duty has two specific objectives to safeguard our students against radicalisation, extremism, and any actions or beliefs that are contrary to British Values and our Academy ethos:

  1. Respond to the ideological challenge of terrorism and the threat we face from those that promote it.
  2. Prevent people from being drawn into terrorism and ensure that they are given appropriate advice and support.

At Harris Academy Tottenham we work alongside the counter-terrorism referral programme “Channel”. Channel is a programme which focuses on providing support at an early stage to people who are identified as being vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism. The programme uses a multi-agency approach to protect vulnerable people by:

  • identifying individuals at risk
  • assessing the nature and extent of that risk
  • developing the most appropriate support plan for the individuals concerned.

Please refer to our Safeguarding Policy for the full procedural framework on our Safeguarding and Child Protection duties. PC Andre Smith and PC Dan Woods are the Counter Terrorism Local Operation Officers who lead on all safeguarding concerns relating to radicalisation and terrorism. Based at Hornsey Police Station – 020 8345 1807. Christina Andrews is the Strategic Lead for Communities and Will Robey is the Prevent Education officer within Haringey – 020 8489 1280.

E-Safety

Children and young people spend a lot of time online – it can be a great way for them to socialise, explore and have fun. But children do also face risks like cyberbullying or seeing content that's inappropriate. We do teach e-safety as part of our curriculum, but it is important that parents understand the risks too.

We will run workshops for parents – but please take the time to visit the sites below to ensure that you know and understand how to keep your children safe at home.

Think you know! is a website created by the police for parents at secondary school. It contains useful information about

  • what children are doing online
  • how to talk to children about what they are doing online
  • what risks your child may face
  • what tools are there to help them keep safe.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

Other useful websites include:

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/topics/safety-and-privacy/

http://www.childnet.com/

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