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07/03/21

Retweetd From Haringey

As a carer or parent, it's understandable you may feel a little uneasy about your child returning to school from tomorrow (Monday 8 March) onwards. Rest assured though, social distancing measures will be in place & staff will be having regular tests to keep pupils safe. https://t.co/0RD4KYu3Ba

06/03/21

Please read this thread https://t.co/nFhOGFY4Hu

06/03/21

Book a coronavirus vaccination - NHS if you are 56 years of age or have a learning disability https://t.co/QFE9g1GB6P

05/03/21

Retweetd From Tottenham Hale ‘n heart: Ruth Gordon’s ward watch

Traffic heads up: The Hale Works development will be having their tower crane removed on weekend of 13/14 March. This will mean the closure the East Bound lane on Ferry Lane on Friday 12th from 10pm until 5am on Monday 15th March.

05/03/21

We tested Year 11-13 prior to reopening in March 8th 101 Year 11 (65%) 70 Year 12 and 13 (51%) All negative 😁 Bring on Monday https://t.co/nmWz0QPq7c

05/03/21

Retweetd From Heartlands High

Are you ready.... packed your bag.... do your shoes still fit? T-92 hours to go until we see the first students for teaching on Tuesday 9th March! All queries and questions on reopening can be sent to office.haringey.sch.uk we are here to help! https://t.co/S2sxZafPqw

05/03/21

Test Friday ; Mask Monday https://t.co/2tPHNn59ue

05/03/21

58 Year 11s now through and all negative https://t.co/wOwaX3BYwX

05/03/21

37 Year 11 students so far - all negative and more than excited to at last be returning https://t.co/bOOQ10YaLG

04/03/21

Year 11-13 - REMEMBER MASKS & PATHS See you all tomorrow for your lateral flow tests. Don’t forgot those masks https://t.co/yWV6Eurhzo

04/03/21

Happy from the Creative Arts team at HATO 📚🌎🍫🎫 https://t.co/YOb9mccBCB

04/03/21

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04/03/21

Happy World Book Day! Gigantosaurus has arrived this morning to surprise our key worker pods! We are all interested to see how Ms Lodhi transfers to online teaching via teams for her 9am lesson...watch this space! https://t.co/viYsFSTztl

04/03/21

Happy World Book Day! 📚🌎 https://t.co/8PAlZHn9kg

04/03/21

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04/03/21

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03/03/21

Fearful of the lateral flow test being used on Friday and next week? Watch this NHS film by Barts Hospital of how to do the test safely. Just 1.5cm in your nostril or until you feel resistance. The swab does not pierce the skin inside your nose. https://t.co/PfSE4CLBOZ

03/03/21

Retweetd From Department for Education

From next Monday, let’s all get back to school safely. Read our parent guidance to find out more: https://t.co/DfrvSsEF5t https://t.co/dDRJNnY100

03/03/21

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Notice for Year 11-13 Where should you arrive on Friday for your Covid-test? A short 30 second film about where. https://t.co/c8qdgcmLo0

03/03/21

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

FRIDAY opening for Year 11-13 lateral flow testing please watch this short 30 second film from Mr Hall about your tests | | https://t.co/9ePHQP3OJH

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Posted on February 15th 2021

HATO Wins ‘Best Arts Project' in Heart for the Arts Awards 2021

Chloe and KaneWe are thrilled to announce that we have won ‘Best Arts Project' in the Heart for the Arts Awards 2021, for our N17 radio programme.

The programme was created by two of our Sixth Form students, Chloe and Kane (pictured), in conjunction with Rough House Theatre, Threads Radio, Kick it Out and Haringey Council.

It celebrated the extraordinary contribution made to British Society by descendants of the Windrush generation who settled and brought up their families in Tottenham.


What judges said

Winner digital badgeDiscussing N17, judges said:

“I love the wide-ranging aspect to this project, from educating people about vital parts of little known history, to improving mental health during lockdown, to creating a compelling and informative radio programme, to engaging with different parts of the community. It’s great how schools were involved and could access the project across the country. A brilliant example of how creativity can bring people together in tough times, and can play a vital part in increasing wellbeing.” Francesca Martinez: comedian, writer, actress

“An ambitious project that showed adaptability and the ability to entertain and educate.” Mariella Frostrup, journalist and broadcaster

“This sort of project is needed now more than ever, and the fact that it has been spearheaded by young people makes it doubly worthwhile. Young people taking the responsibility to take charge and do things their own way is such an important step in a person’s development. I think the fact that it switched from a live event to a radio broadcast because of COVID not only shows determination to get the project completed but has actually meant its reach was far wider.” Paul Hartnoll, musician, composer, founder member of Orbital


Interviews

Chloe and Kane interviewed members of the Windrush community online to ask them questions and listen to their stories. These stories were then edited together and broadcast via Threads Radio Station, social media and online to coincide with Black History Month in October 2020.


Listening to their stories

Chloe and Kane interviewed a range of different people including:

  • David LammyMark Wayne Alleyne MBE, former English first-class cricketer, who made ten One Day International appearances for England between 1998/99 and 2000/01
  • Rhodene, the niece of Laurie Cunningham, an English professional footballer who notably played in England, France and Spain
  • Tottenham’s MP, David Lammy (pictured) who was nothing more than inspirational.

David Lammy finished his interview with the students by saying “the millennial generation are the ones who really give me hope, I believe they can change things.” 


Congratulations to Chloe and Kane for their huge contribution to this celebrated project!

N17 Hearts for the Arts Graphics 2021 Winners

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