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Proud to celebrate the 30th anniversary of - the beginning all our academies. Harris Tottenham would not exist had this not happened


What do we believe …?


What we have … Prospective Year 7 Evening Dr Foley welcomes eager parents


The nerves are jangling, the hope and anticipation is there… Prospective Year 7 Open Evening


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Black History Month celebrations have been amazing. Excellent sweet corn fritters made by our students thanks to . Thanks for visiting and letting our students grill you. Very inspirational.


Do you remember when you joined Twitter? I do!


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Retweetd From Daniel Cain-Reed

Thank you. It was inspiring seeing a full class completely hooked on what their teachers were explaining! I’ve taken lots back for my lessons next week 👨🏽‍🏫


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Another busy week … compassion focused coaching with , reintegrating more of our students into mainstream schools and a brilliant visit to . Have never seen a line up work so seamlessly!


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We hear that and & maybe others colleagues will be joining us at on the 14th October for FREE primary science CPD - but you’ve got to book online! Don’t forget :)


Declan Card the HATO technician transforms our approach to the dance studio |


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Are you or any friends/family interested in joining our academy? To register for our trials please click here -, once you’ve registered you will be sent the date & location!


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Vaccines are our best protection this winter. Find out if you’re eligible for a free flu and COVID-19 booster vaccine.


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Wonderful to see so many families this morning viewing our school for entry into Year 7 in 2022. Come and see our wonderful pupils in action


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Can early events shape future success? Hear from the likes of , , and more in the new season of with and - in association with Speakers for Schools


Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

Our secondary colleagues have announced details of their open morning and evening dates for those of you applying for secondary places. You can find details here;

Harris Academies
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.

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Rgs ibg lecture

“Geography is, in the broadest sense, an education for life and for living. Learning through geography – whether gained through formal learning or experientially through travel, fieldwork and expeditions – helps us all to be more socially and environmentally sensitive, better informed, and more responsible as citizens.”

Royal Geographical Society

Geography is a compulsory subject for KS3 and is currently taught twice a week in two separate single lessons for Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9.

Pupils in Year 10 and Year 11 study the GCSE course; this is taught across three lessons per week in Year 10 and four lessons per week in Year 11. Pupils in Years 12 and 13 study the A-level course which is designed to encourage pupils to become independent thinkers, who are confident in discussing ideas, developing research skills and knowledge. The A-level course is delivered across six lessons per week. The curriculum for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 can also be downloaded below.

Geography topics are categorised into enquiry questions, which form an overarching structure for each unit of work. Enquiry questions enable pupils to anchor their conceptual understanding within the subject, are referred to in each lesson, and answered at the end of the unit.

Mission statement

Our pupils will be critical thinkers. They will be able to analyse how humans and their physical environment are interdependent and have an impact on each other.

They will also become global citizens, understanding how their actions not only affect the present but can have positive or indeed negative impacts for future generations and how to reduce this.


Mr B Frost – Subject Lead for Geography
Mr E Chandler – Assistant Principal and Teacher of Geography
Mr S Kacar – Assistant Principal and Teacher of Geography
Ms V Green – Teacher of Geography
Mr J Johnson – Teacher of Geography
Mr S Rahman – Teacher of Geography