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17/06/19

Ofsted Letter and Report https://t.co/XYvPpUO5ur https://t.co/0R56NRuCYR

12/06/19

Year 11 Study Leave Information https://t.co/currB71ud9

12/06/19

HAR SEND Team win prestigious award https://t.co/MzUC5BZhcj

11/06/19

HAR student choir delight patients, staff and visitors at Queens Hospital during volunteer week https://t.co/8sViUMdElw

06/06/19

During the sessions, trained coaches help students discover a career that inspires them and build a plan to get there. Students will meet professionals in their chosen careers, through video calls, assemblies from business leaders, and a summer networking event in London. https://t.co/1Q9PWApCok

06/06/19

Twenty Y 10 students are on the Future Frontiers Careers Coaching Programme. Every Tuesday in June our students are travelling to FCB Inferno in Covent Garden, London to meet their professional coach for the two-hour session. Every student has a coach at the leading business.

05/06/19

Harris Federation Careers Education Supporting your future success…Harris Careers Education aims to advise, support and inspire you, making sure that you get to where you want to be.... See https://t.co/be9DXQViEw for more details

24/05/19

Year 10 Mock Examination Timetable June 17th to 28th https://t.co/SHWRnoh8bl

23/05/19

Year 11 May Half Term Intervention Timetable https://t.co/1HIRnYnwJN

22/05/19

Calling all teenagers!! The borough libraries are looking for volunteers for their Summer Reading Challenge this year. Why not sign up and do something worthwhile this summer. Ask the School Librarian for more details https://t.co/o3P3VeuYEs

15/05/19

Year 11 students working hard during warm up sessions in preparation for their first Science exam yesterday. Well done all. https://t.co/Vdelb9wo8m

15/05/19

The Harris Experience group visited Christie's Auction House on Friday 10th May. They took part in a 'guess the price' activity and produced their own auction house. Students will now start an art project where their creation will be auctioned off! https://t.co/jeEd1Ts3po

14/05/19

An Inspection of Harris Academy Rainham by Ofsted will take place on 15th and 16th May 2019. For full details please see our website. https://t.co/sg0hCE2Sdd

09/05/19

Another successful Duke of Edinburgh volunteering reading session in the library this morning. A great way to start the day. https://t.co/IUepEyI4R8

09/05/19

Year7 students used their research skills in the school library last week, to find out information about King James the 1st. Books and technology working in partnership to fulfil this task. Excellent work all https://t.co/4izKGjvci5

03/05/19

GCSE Students have worked extremely hard over the last few days on their final art pieces for their examination. https://t.co/yjZpP55Bug https://t.co/9F1f0OGvLW

02/05/19

Reminder - talk at 6pm this evening. All welcome. https://t.co/wXlTsUaiKi

30/04/19

Child Criminal Exploitation / County Lines Talk. Would you be able to spot the signs if your child was being criminally exploited? Come along to a talk from Trident Police on Thursday 2nd May 6pm at Harris Academy Rainham to hear how this works. https://t.co/cQL1380K6J

12/04/19

Students in Year 10 taking Fast Track Maths also need to come to school on Monday 29th April to sit their Maths Mock GCSE paper at 9am. Many thanks for all your support this term. https://t.co/67Z3HFc9oX

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Enrichment Programme

Our enrichment timetable belows shows our huge range of clubs and activities. We also offer a wide range of visits and trips as well as the opportunity to take part in performances and productions. Read news reports on our latest trips and visitsDownload clubs list as pdf.

Activity

Day

Time

Location

Who can attend

Homework Club

Monday

1 hour after school

Library

All

Grease Rehearsal

Monday

3.30pm to 4.30pm 

D78

Cast of Grease

Year 11 BTEC Intervention

Monday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 11 BTEC Students

Robotics

Tuesday

3.45pm to 4.30pm

C51

Year 7 and 8

Key Stage 4 Art Club

Tuesday  

3.30pm to 5pm

B40 – Mrs Hitchens

Years 9, 10 and 11

Homework Club

Tuesday

1 hour after school

Library

All

Year 9 & 10 Football

Mr Goldsmith

Tuesday  

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 9 and 10

Year 9 & 10 Rugby

Mr Driscoll

Tuesday  

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 9 and 10

Year 8 & 9 Netball

Miss Jones, Miss Johnson, Miss Cherverria

Tuesday  

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Years 8 and 9

STEM Club (start date to be confirmed)

Tuesday  

3.30pm to 4.30pm

C66

Years 7 and 8

Mandarin Club

Tuesday  

3.40pm to 4.30pm

C71

Years 7 to 10

Girls’ Science Club

Tuesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

C69

Year 7 and 8 girls

Key Stage 3 Art Club

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

B39 – Miss Fagan

Years 9, 10 and 11

Printing Club

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

B40 – Miss Walsh

 

Duke of Edinburgh

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

Computer Room tbc

DoE participants only

Web Design

Wednesday

3.45pm to 4.30pm

C51

Years 7 and 8

 

 

 

 

 

Gardening Club

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

E07 – Mr Carrothers

All

Homework Club

Wednesday

1 hour after school

Library

All

Year 9 & 10 Basketball

Mr McFarlane

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 9 and 10

Year 7 – 9 Girls Football

Miss Johnson

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 7 - 9

Beginners Running Club

“Couch to 5km”

3:45-4:15

Miss West

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

All

Choir

Wednesday

8.20am to 8.50am

A1

All

Spanish Club

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

C72

Years 7 and 8

One off CPR (see Mrs Baker to sign up)

Wednesday

3.30pm to 4.30pm

Hall or Drama Studio

 

YEAR 11GCSE PE INTERVENTION

Mr Papworth

Thursday 

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 11 GCSE Students

Homework Club

Thursday

1 hour after school

Library

All

Year 7 Basketball

Mr McFarlane

Thursday 

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 7

Year 7 Netball

Mrs Monk

Thursday 

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Year 7

Year 10 & 11 Netball

Miss Jones

Thursday 

3.30pm to 4.30pm

 

Years 10 and 11

First Aid  - must book with Mrs Baker

Thursday 

8am to 8.45am

Hall or Drama Studio

Year 7

German Club

Friday

1.40pm to 2.30pm

C70

Years 7 to 10

Homework Club

Friday

1 hour after school

Library

All

Badminton

All Years Boys and Girls

Mr Papworth

Friday

1.40pm to 3pm

 

All

Beginners Running Club

“Couch to 5km”

Miss West

Friday

1.45pm to 2.15pm

 

All


Harris Experience

The Harris Experience is a programme for the most able secondary school students across the Harris Federation. It broadens students’ cultural and academic experiences to give them outstanding preparation for some of the country’s top universities, including Oxford and Cambridge.

Students are exposed to a wide range of cultural experiences including special events at Christie’s auctioneers, visits to the Royal Opera House, science events at Imperial College and bespoke lectures at the University of Oxford. Find out more about the Harris Experience.


Duke of Edinburgh’s Award

Students at Harris Academy Rainham have the opportunity to gain a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, the world’s leading achievement award for young people. For the past seven decades, the charity has inspired and transformed the lives of millions of young people from all walks of life - encouraging young people to develop confidence, independence, commitment, leadership, and teamwork

Young people have to complete three sections - volunteering, physical activities and life skills - but everyone’s programme can be different depending on own interests. You will also complete an expedition involving orienteering with a map, cooking and camping in a team.

Achieving a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a passport to a brighter future, valued by employers and universities. Any student at Harris Academy Rainham can enrol on to the Bronze level award from the age of 14 (Year 9).


Jack Petchey Foundation

Established in 1999, the Jack Petchey Foundation makes grants to programmes and projects that benefit young people aged 11-25. There are nine awards per academic year from September to June and all award winners celebrate their achievements at an awards ceremony which is held in November. Students are nominated and winners chosen by their peers.

Each winner receives £250 which goes to the department of their choice to buy something for the school, for example books, a special trip for a club, or an addition to the playground.

The Jack Petchey Foundation exists to raise the aspirations of young people, to help them take advantage of opportunities and play a full part in society.