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We know for many autistic people and their families it is difficult to cope with coronavirus and the impacts that is having on our daily life. To help, we’ve created some handy tips to help you during this time of uncertainty:


It's World Autism Awareness Week. These are hard times for everyone, however changes for some autistic people are particularly hard. Please take time to watch a short video from the National Autistc Society:


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Join Ben as he brings the ! Today he’s with Molly and Maggie at our Giraffe House 🦒


10:00 👉 Red pandas 🐼 11:00 👉 Rothschild's giraffes 🦒 12:00 👉 Asian elephants 🐘 13:00 👉 Butterflies 🦋 14:00 👉 Sun bears 🐻 14:30 👉 Sumatran tigers 🐅 14:45 👉 Humboldt penguins 🐧 16:00 👉 Aquarium* 🐠 They've promised a few extra surprises too! Keep watching...


As we can't go to the zoo right now, Chester Zoo is bringing the zoo to us! Join them LIVE via their Facebook page when they're opening their 'virtual gates.' For the first time ever, enjoy a whole day of animal antics, live from your sofa! 10am: go to


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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.


We've heard of the great outdoors, but what about 'The Great Indoors'? The Scouts have made available lots of activities to do to keep everyone busy... take a look: Tweet us what you have done!


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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.


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Wonderful home learning going on - well done to the 'school of mumwarts'! Please share your home learning with us we would love to see your learning in action.


We are so proud of our staff coming in to help key workers get to their jobs today, and to help our most vulnerable children. Let's keep each other as safe as we can...


Thank you to all the staff, children and parents for making our last day all together such a peaceful, thoughtful and lovely day. We will miss you all! Stay safe!


We will be sending home a voucher today with Free School Meal (FSM) children in school. For those FSM children not in school, please collect vouchers from 1-3pm today or on Monday 9am to 3pm. Contact us if you have any problems.


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Parents, carers and pupils: all Harris academy updates on coronavirus will now be published on a dedicated website: You will also receive a text message as and when there is any new information.


We are talking about mental health... Looking forward to parents joining us for a special assembly then staying for coffee on Thursday

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Year 1

Class Teachers: Miss Hale & Miss Nicholson

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Prodromou & Mrs McCormack

PE day: Monday Morning

Day homework is set: English, spellings and Maths home learning goes home every Thursday. Occasionally the children will receive a project which they will complete over 1 or 2 weeks.

Day Homework is due in: Home learning is due the following Tuesday.

Amount of time which should be spent reading every day: Children should spend at least 10-20 minutes a day reading. This can be broken up, for example: 10 minutes before dinner time and 10 minutes before bedtime.

Key Spellings/spelling patterns for the term: Children would have received a set of high frequency words. These should be practiced every day at home for at least 10 minutes.

Key maths facts which your child needs to know this term: Children need to be able to compare and order number to 50 and beyond, double and half numbers to 20. Recognise and name a half and a quarters and measure and compare different capacities

Literacy overview:

Our topic for this half term is Wild Things! We will start the term looking at our core book ‘Where the Wild Things Are’ and writing diary entries from Max’s perspective. Other genres we will be looking at include poetry and non-fiction texts.

Maths overview:

During this half term the children will be focusing on partitioning numbers to 100 and looking at the place value of those number, using tens and ones. We will begin to focus on multiplication of numbers that will look at counting in groups of 2s, 5s and 10s and division, where children will share numbers into groups of 2, 5 and 10. We will also look at fractions (half and a quarter) of shapes and measuring capacity.

All other subjects

History: We will be learning about the life of a significant person in History- Neil Armstrong.

Art: To use a range of materials creatively to design and make a Wild Thing.

Science: Plants- investigating what plants need to grow.

French: Revising greetings, role play and talking about our family.

PE: Hand-eye coordination- striking and fielding (throwing and catching).

ICT: E-safety and creating games.

Music: Learning about beat and rhythm linking to machines and robots.


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