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25/07/21

Retweetd From Haringey

If your home or business has been affected by today’s flooding and you are in need of assistance, please call 0208 489 0000 and choose option 4 to speak to our out of hours emergency team.

23/07/21

executive principal accompanies 2 year 10 students to observe a citizenship ceremony at George Meehan House Haringey and have tea with the mayor | thank you too the mayor for his invitation | https://t.co/RDcu0ARrLg

23/07/21

Retweetd From Collage Voices

Thank you for funding this through , and to the amazing talented young people St Thomas More Catholic School and who participated in the programme. ❤️

22/07/21

A quick thank you to our facilities team who have done a quick pre-summer trim of some our trees so they don’t obscure the road signs. https://t.co/g1v8vG7mnw

21/07/21

Excitement is building for the Year 6 graduation at Harris Tottenham https://t.co/mzGPLIaN0u

20/07/21

Retweetd From Lib Peck

Exciting coalition of organisations coming together , & to lead local change. Launch of Haringey programme today with Thanks to pupils & staff https://t.co/kbFqebbIbD

20/07/21

Retweetd From Haringey

It was a big day for youngsters at with the launch of project that aims to tackle youth violence & build a stronger, safer, & more inclusive Tottenham Hale. , , were among a number of guests to show their support https://t.co/kvZREZEEaW

20/07/21

Retweetd From Haringey Labour

Fantastic launch event today at to launch the project to tackle youth violence in Tottenham Hale to build a stronger, safer, and more inclusive Tottenham Thanks so much to everyone involved 🙏 https://t.co/wGzB3fji4Q

20/07/21

Retweetd From Bridge Renewal Trust

We are excited to be at for the launch of . This project will provide a 'stronger, safer and inclusive Tottenham Hale'. https://t.co/ACswZpVYJz

20/07/21

Retweetd From Janeen Hayat

This was a sobering and inspirational event. Loved Dr. Lawrence Foley's aspiration that children in Tottenham want to grow up to raise their children in Tottenham.

20/07/21

Retweetd From Soarpoints

Thank you so much to & to this afternoon for both their inspirational talks & for allowing the children in this school feel thrilled to be listened to. https://t.co/WgCEzSP82p

20/07/21

Retweetd From Totally_teach

Fantastic event today to launch the initiative. Our team going above & beyond with this organisational skills as always https://t.co/A9ObOnfwIq

20/07/21

Retweetd From Laura Fraser

on 20years of work in Tottenham & the sad normalisation of violence. Have we got all the funds we need from Govt across the UK to reduce youth violence? No. However this initiative does go some way to support the great education & community to have hope to keep on! https://t.co/KZNSjDvBH2

20/07/21

Retweetd From Laura Fraser

“incredible work by the voluntary sector who put in the winning bid to bring £750k to Tottenham Hale for this ambitious programme to bring real change” https://t.co/3ZvhAhDw7D

20/07/21

Retweetd From Laura Fraser

Yeah 10 pupils: “Every week I wake up to hear about a young person just like me has lost their life to knife crime” "lack of opportunity and lack of community is part of the problem" “Me and my friend had the opportunity of going to a community hub which is a safe space”

20/07/21

Retweetd From Laura Fraser

Executive Principal talks about his own experience of youth violence growing up in London, how it now effects his pupils! How the media perpetuates the horror. But also the high expectations for pupils & how this initiative will help https://t.co/uMzI8JajT3

19/07/21

Retweetd From NHS

If you haven't had your COVID-19 vaccine yet, you can still book an appointment. Visit https://t.co/rw1YAMiy6v today.

19/07/21

As of today, Monday 19th July, only the person testing positive needs to self isolate. Close contacts will very rarely be asked to isolate as the threshold has changed & schools will not be asked to help with the contact tracing. We remain mask wearing at HATO https://t.co/w7Fd9ynF3t

18/07/21

Retweetd From NHS

If you haven't had your COVID-19 vaccine yet, you can still book an appointment at https://t.co/rw1YAMA8Y3

18/07/21

Retweetd From Haringey

All adults (18+) can book their appointment now: 🌐: https://t.co/z0tVJIfhwE 📞: 119 (free number) A single dose of the jab reduces your chance of being hospitalised with by up to 80% 🙌 For walk-in clinics near you: https://t.co/FBDMMBUx1G https://t.co/xhAISXbKPK

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Uniform

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

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.

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, and 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.


Ordering uniform

Our uniform is provided through Brigade Uniform services. A full price list is available on their page. Click HERE to log on to their website. 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. You might also like to view the measuring guide.

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

Please note, reception uniform is different to Years 1-6. Please see details below.


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.

The uniform pupils wear in Reception is slightly different to the rest of the school. This is because we want you to be really comfortable when you’re taking part in so many activities – running around, playing in the water tray and playing with the construction will feel so much better when you’re wearing comfier clothes! See details below.

EYFS School Uniform Expectations   2021 2022


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.