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18/09/20

Retweetd From Department for Education

Our stats show that last week 99.9% of schools were open with 88% of pupils attending. Schools must only send home those people who have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive, and advise them to self-isolate for 14 days.

18/09/20

Retweetd From Haringey

In this week’s People Extra: updated COVID-19 rules and testing info, celebrating Rosh Hashanah safely, and the latest on weddings and civil partnerships - https://t.co/pCM9LwVdgy https://t.co/MPQJ8SXWHj

18/09/20

Wash Hands - Cover Face - Keep Space https://t.co/RhWGxt9wmf

18/09/20

Retweetd From GOV.UK

We must keep on protecting each other. Wash hands. Cover face. Make space.

18/09/20

Retweetd From HarrisTottenham

Short message about Covid-19 and your symptoms https://t.co/KJ09kNHOrL

18/09/20

Good morning parents & Haringey. Thursday was a special day in the history of academy here in Tottenham Hale. Our reception children had their 1st full day. This officially marked the 1st moment we had children in every year group after 7 years. https://t.co/otIntbtdqJ

17/09/20

Short message about Covid-19 and your symptoms https://t.co/KJ09kNHOrL

16/09/20

If you write to the school email address or send phone reception you can outline who your child is and in what your group and we can explain in more detail and discuss. The short answer is that we are following the official advice of Public Health & the DfE.

15/09/20

Retweetd From Haringey Education Partnership

HEP is hiring! We're looking for a Digital and Communications Lead to join our team. The right person will be passionate about outcomes for children, highly motivated - and a digital and comms genius! This is a great opportunity to make a difference https://t.co/9c3uPDyLxO

15/09/20

Remember - if you have symptoms that mirror those of Covid-19 do not enter the academy building. Please contact attendance officer and explain your situation. We are supportive and here for you https://t.co/ShsAT80wz1

15/09/20

Retweetd From Harris Federation

CLASS DIVIDE At times of crisis, it is always the disadvantaged who are the most vulnerable. But pupils are so delighted to finally be back at school. Saturday School is just one of the many ways we and others like ⁦⁩ ⁦are closing the gap. https://t.co/kOOMJiRULS

15/09/20

Our number 1 priority is always the safety of our pupils! Meet some of our wonderful team from and https://t.co/9WGpzHs92R

13/09/20

Weather warning. Parents & students: make sure you pack enough drinking water tomorrow. Scorchio. https://t.co/X1mkdBdBGX

13/09/20

Wishing all our families and children and staff a safe Sunday and a safe week ahead. Orderly, safe conduct and movement around the school and into the school have been imperative. Always check your own health and own symptoms. https://t.co/opxpZGTPwY

11/09/20

Retweetd From Soarpoints

More, excellently clear safety signs & banners from | this time at wonderful academy in St John’s Wood | https://t.co/yduXZ9eExb

11/09/20

Retweetd From Harris Battersea

A fantastic opportunity to join a highly successful and forward-thinking English department! https://t.co/UYAVb00jrs

11/09/20

Today we welcome back for first time ALL pupils in to our secondary phase & celebrate our largest ever 6th Form of 100+. Thank you to all our families who have helped launch our full re-opening. Attendance has been over 92% in all Year Groups & 97% for Year 7. Scholars all. https://t.co/Fw83WYQ6MW

10/09/20

The odd beauty & danger of a construction site | reminder to please use Watermead Way and not Ashley Road to get to & whether by car or on foot. | thanks to for help in keeping our children safe https://t.co/m3wBSyxXG6

09/09/20

Retweetd From Haringey

If you are using disposable masks & gloves to protect yourself & those around you during the coronavirus pandemic, you should deposit them responsibly along with your other household waste in the general waste bin. Please don't put them in the recycling. Thanks. 🗑️ https://t.co/8FSLErv5wV

09/09/20

Retweetd From Haringey

Why you are having problems arranging a Covid-19 test in Haringey and how you can book one. https://t.co/KOJwoIrUPl https://t.co/eBMmdncq94

Harris Academies
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Uniform

We are pleased to have a traditional and professional uniform for students within all stages of the Academy.

A uniform creates a sense of identity and community, it promotes a professional approach to learning and creates a positive learning environment. We are very proud of the students at Harris Academy Tottenham, we expect students to take pride in themselves and their Academy. 

Our uniform was designed and selected with input from colleagues and students, and therefore the feedback has been resoundingly positive.

Wearing the uniform correctly, at all times, (including on the way to and from the Academy) will ensure that our students are recognised as young people who believe in high standards and excellence. Uniform must be worn according to the uniform policy. 

As part of the Uniform, students will be allocated a lanyard, which should be worn at all times.

To view the Secondary Uniform guidance, please click here.

To view the Primary Uniform guidance, please click here.

To view the Sixth Form Uniform guidance, please click here.

 

Ordering Uniform

Our Uniform is provided through Brigade Uniform services. A full price list is available on their page.

To order, please log on to their website, by clicking the link below:

Order your Uniform Here

You will need to register with the website on your first visit. This is a quick and easy process.

For details of what you need to order for your child, please consult the Uniform guidance list below.

If you experience issues when ordering, please contact Brigade customer services sales@brigade.uk.com.

For any other queries regarding uniform, please contact info@harristottenham.org.uk

 

Secondary

Item Description
Blazer Grey Blazer with Academy colours and emblem.
Jumper Black with Academy colours and emblem.  No other jumpers, hoodies, sweatshirts or waistcoats will be permitted.
Tie Striped grey with Academy and House colours. Ties should be worn with a small knot, worn to the neck and be of the correct length.
Shirt Plain white shirt. Tucked in with the top button done up at all times.
Trousers Black classic style school trousers. No slim fit, chinos or jean like material.
Skirt Black Pleated Skirt from School Supplier - Knee Length.
Socks Plain black socks.
Shoes Plain black leather or leather look shoes.  No coloured stitching, logos, fancy buckles, trainers, canvas shoes or pumps are allowed.
Bag Messenger or Rucksack with Academy colours and emblem. No other bags will be allowed in the Academy.
Coat & Hats Plain black - no logo.

 

PE Kit

Item Description
Shorts Black Academy shorts.
T-shirt Black Academy top with emblem.
Socks Black football socks – Knee length.
Shoes Sports shoes (trainers) No canvas or high top boots or trainers.
Tracksuit jacket Black Academy jacket with academy emblem.
Tracksuit trousers Black Academy trousers.
Sports kit bag Academy boot bag.

 

Performing Arts Kit

Item  Description
Shorts Black Academy shorts
T-shirt Black Academy top with emblem
Leggings Black Leggings

 

Additional guidance

Pupils are not allowed to wear make-up (including nail varnish or false nails) to school. If they do they will be asked to remove it on entry to the Academy.  No jewellery is to be worn except for small plain metal discreet stud earrings and a plain watch. Hairstyles should be kept to an appropriate style – no extreme haircuts or colouring (natural shades only).  If the Hijab is worn, it must be plain black.

Boys are not allowed to have any extreme haircuts (this includes Mohicans), or lines shaved into eyebrows. They are not allowed to wear jewellery except for a plain watch.

The Academy reserves the right to make a judgement on acceptability.  Students not adhering to the uniform policy will either be sent home to change or will be placed into isolation.


Primary

Years 1-6

Item Description
Blazer Grey Blazer with Academy colours and emblem.
Jumper Black with Academy colours and emblem.  No other jumpers, hoodies, sweatshirts or waistcoats will be permitted.
Tie Striped grey with Academy and House colours. Ties should be worn with a small knot, worn to the neck and be of the correct length.
Shirt Plain white shirt. Tucked in with the top button done up at all times.
Trousers Black classic style school trousers.
Skirt Black Pleated Skirt from School Supplier - Knee Length.
Socks Plain black socks.
Shoes Plain black leather or leather look shoes.  No coloured stitching, logos, fancy buckles, trainers, canvas shoes or pumps are allowed.
Bag Academy book bag
Coat Black reversible jacket with emblem. Optional.
Hat Plain black - no logo.

 

PE Kit

Item Description
Shorts Black shorts.
T-shirt White Academy t-shirt with emblem.
Socks Black socks.
Shoes Sports shoes (trainers). No canvas or high top boots or trainers.
Sweatshirt Black Academy sweatshirt with emblem. Optional.
Jogging pants Black Academy trousers. Optional.
Sports kit bag Academy bag.
 

Reception

Item Description
Sweatshirt Black Academy sweatshirt with emblem.
Jogging pants Black Academy trousers.
Shirt White polo shirt with emblem.
Summer dress Academy Gingham dress. Optional.
Summer shorts Black shorts.
Bag Academy book bag.

 

Sixth Form

All students will be expected to dress in Business attire.

Suits should be either Black, Navy or Grey. Subtle patterning is permitted.

Shirts and Blouses should cover the shoulders, and should be of a professional nature.

Students are expected to wear their Academy lanyards at all times.

 

UPDATE: Important information from our school supplier, Brigade Clothing Limited

School uniform and PE kit supply arrangements for September 2020

Parents and Carers are advised that all orders placed will be processed on a ‘first come first served’ basis in the interest of fairness.  Like most other businesses, the COVID/Lockdown situation is having an effect on lead times.  The current cut-off date for orders to be delivered before the new term (Sept 2020) is 7th Aug 2020.  

Please note; however, that this can no longer be guaranteed, so we urge you to place your orders as soon as possible.

For more information, please view the Brigade Schoolwear Parent Delivery to Home Service with Measuring Guide below.