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➡️ EMPLOYERS: staff must continue to work from home wherever possible to help protect our key workers who need to travel ➡️ LONDONERS: If you have to go to work, please don’t travel at rush hour


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Oh, what a beautiful morning! You can now watch Hugh Jackman in our production of Oklahoma! (1998) for free with .


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Parents! If you’re looking for ideas for homeschooling, here are videos I made with ⁦⁩ of fun, cheap, easy to do SCIENCE activities which also model how parents can actually teach ExpeRimental | The Royal Institution: Science Lives Here


Why do you need to be so isolated? Because if you don’t you risk infecting 400+ others


Retweetd From HarrisBoys'Academy

HBAED today donated 155 pairs of safety googles (normally used by our Science and DT department) to the NHS to help prevent their staff contracting COVID-19. Lewisham NHS put out a call to local schools who might have spare googles, and we are proud to help


Good morning one and all. What do watch or do this weekend? Or any weekend in the next months? has the answer


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Wonderful video from our talented Y10 Music student! 🎶🎼🎤 DM us your HAP homelearning videos and pictures so we can see what you're working on!


Retweetd From Boris Johnson #StayHomeSaveLives

Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus. I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Together we will beat this.


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The team have put together some useful information regarding and how it can affect your work, benefits and travel. More information can be found here:


Anxious? Not surprised. This is tough tough time...


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Each morning the children of key NHS staff are like many in UK watching to stay fit and healthy and learn how the body works


Need some inspiration for fun maths activities for children of all ages...follow our maths consultant for some great ideas that do not need lots of resources


Yesterday we made the most of the sunshine with the challenge! Have a go yourself today! Design it, make it, fly it! We would love to see your creations!


Each morning the children of key NHS staff are like many in UK watching to stay fit and healthy and learn how the body works


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Parents and carers with children on Free School Meals - please take note of the scam email being circulated asking you for your bank details. Please do not respond to it if you receive it.


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Many people in Haringey will be struggling to cope at the moment. The good news is that help is available. If you or someone you know needs support, please call 020 8489 4431 (Mon-Fri, 9.30am - 4.30pm) or visit


Retweetd From Harris Federation

PLEASE RETWEET: with 36,000 families at our schools in London and Essex, we want to supply food parcels for those in need (on top of free school meals which we’re already doing). We’ll fully fund this but URGENTLY need a supermarket chain to help.


Retweetd From Derek Hills

What a fantastic example for all! There must be restaurants () and suppliers that can support with this to help reduce their own waste and possibly for ongoing revenue.


Retweetd From Department of Health and Social Care

A vital update on from : You MUST now: ▶️ Only go out when absolutely necessary for food, medicine, work or exercise ▶️ Always stay 2 metres apart 🚶🏾‍♀️↔️🚶🏾‍♂️ ❌ Do NOT meet others outside your household, even friends and family


Special thanks to our teachers and support staff in these extraordinary times who have kindly volunteered themselves to be involved in the Supervision programme 💚

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Safety and Relationships

Safety and Relationships Education (SRE) forms part of the PSHE curriculum, and this year, will be taught explicitly during the week beginning the 17th June. The PSHE curriculum covers personal, social, health and economic education and is taught weekly to all children from Reception upwards.

The main purpose of the teaching is to provide children with information about growing up, safety and knowledge about relationships, staying safe online, understanding emotions and who can help us.

Different activities will be included to support the teaching and learning including circle time discussions, group work, drawing pictures, role play, writing and labelling images.

We also have a series of themed PSHE weeks that are celebrated across all year groups throughout the year, including the following:

  • Friendship Week
  • Anti-Bullying Week
  • Kindness Week
  • Pride Week
  • Green Week
  • Walk to School Week

The topic areas that will be covered during SRE week are:


My body: External body parts

My body: Keeping clean (teach as a group activity)

Keeping safe: People who can help me

Feelings: What to do if we feel sad

Year 1

My Body: Internal body parts

Life Cycles: Different ages

Life Cycles: Looking after babies

Keeping safe: Out and about

Feelings: Different emotions

Relationships: Friends

Year 2

Keeping safe: In the house

*Relationships: Different families

Online technology safety: Taking care online: personal details

Online technology safety: Taking care online: Who can help us?

Gender stereotypes/Celebrating difference: Similar and different

Gender stereotypes/Celebrating difference: Toys

Year 3

My body: Keeping clean

Life cycles: Growing up and getting older

Life cycles: Me, myself and I

Keeping safe: People who can help me

Feelings: Expressing our feelings

Feelings: Managing our feelings

Relationships: What makes a good friend?

Relationships: Getting on with your family

Year 4

My body:  body parts – male

My body:  body parts – female

Keeping safe: Personal space

Keeping safe: Identifying risk

Online technology safety: Photos of myself online

Online technology safety: Taking care online: Who can help us?

Gender stereotypes/Celebrating difference: Jobs we do

Gender stereotypes/Celebrating difference: Mothers and fathers