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19/04/18

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

“Enlightening”: a primary trainee on the visit to the . -phase transition https://t.co/ejeTIo5DQ9

19/04/18

Retweetd From HarrisSchoolDirect

Our secondary and primary are having a wonderful introduction to cross-phase transition. We’re ready to meet the students now! Thank you and ! https://t.co/b5708RYJ6v

16/04/18

Christie’s auction house today for some of our pupils. A fantastic experience and some really creative designs on show 👍🏻 https://t.co/A9KUQQOgKW

16/04/18

Retweetd From Mr Beezy

Had a great time motivating the year 9 & 10 students at this afternoon, great way to start the term after Easter! Remember the message which means don’t expect to be successful without working extremely hard for it! https://t.co/lW7iWsx5MQ

16/04/18

No- everybody is in today including all pupils

13/04/18

11th February

13/04/18

We look forward to welcoming back all our pupils on Monday. We hope you’ve had a lovely Easter holidays 😁

29/03/18

School will continue to be open over Easter for year 11 and 13 intervention sessions. The final countdown begins 😬

29/03/18

Wow what a term that was. So many experiences to mention including a number of amazing trips and a light patch of snow. We wish you all a lovely Easter holiday and already look forward to seeing our pupils on Monday 16th April 2018 for a 9am start 🐣 🍫😀

29/03/18

Retweetd From World Class Schools

Good to see two of our schools and leading on classics. We support your subject. https://t.co/CG0VpV9YhI

28/03/18

I think we enjoyed ourselves 👌🏻 https://t.co/n1swmteMwX

28/03/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation Classics

Video which was created for the purpose of the spelling bee. Such a great feeling when you enthuse and encourage students through this event.Proud to be part of this experience https://t.co/KC3gc9mdrk

28/03/18

And for tonight’s trip 🎭 https://t.co/UHJsPgWEz2

28/03/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation Classics

A sincere thank you all for participating and making the effort to bring your students to HACH. It was a great success, honour to have such enthusiastic teachers and students. It means a lot for our subject and it is way to keep it alive. https://t.co/0pAS2P4B1Y

28/03/18

Retweetd From Caroline Bristow

A big well done also has to go to for their hosting and organisation. The energy and effort from and the politeness and helpfulness of his students are a massive credit to you. A really wonderful event to attend!

28/03/18

Retweetd From Caroline Bristow

*drumroll* Huge congratulations to Poonyaked Vanakatekul of & Elliot Kaute of for their win at today's Also, to Chafford for taking the overall school win.

28/03/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation Classics

All set. Excited to welcome all schools. Last rehearsal.! https://t.co/9gkk8DeJVr

28/03/18

Retweetd From Harris Federation Classics

The big day has finally arrived. Spelling bee and its contestants will be in the race soon for the prestigious olive wreath. @ https://t.co/XfEjLQhvUZ

27/03/18

And for tonight’s trip 🎭🎫 https://t.co/1B9OKM92dh

26/03/18

Well done to all of those involved in the Psychology trip last week. HACH A level students and GCSE students enjoying a very informative and interesting day 👍🏻😄 https://t.co/WiNACrJZCY

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Rewards and Sanctions

Behaviour at HACH

Sanctions

Dealing with misbehaviour

The school has a clear behaviour policy, and a series of expectations of the way that students should behave when at school.  For transgressions of expectations that attract more serious sanctions, these will generally reflect those values upheld by our society.  i.e treating each other with respect, care and tolerance; avoiding prejudice, abuse of others and/or criminal acts. 

Why have school sanctions?

In the same way that parents or carers use praise, reward and the removal of privileges to encourage their children to behave in the way that they would wish, the school also uses rewards and sanctions. 

For many minor matters, a discussion of the issues and the way to address these is sufficient.  Where there is an ongoing problem, or the misbehaviour is more serious, then this discussion will be accompanied by sanctions.

The purpose of sanctions is to reinforce that certain behaviours or attitudes are not acceptable.  For more serious ongoing matters, sanctions also serve as a form of warning that failure to correct misbehaviour could lead to temporary or, in extreme cases, permanent removal from the school in order to protect others’ education or well-being.

Deciding the sanction that applies

When an incident occurs, then a sanction will be set by the relevant member of staff in line with the school behaviour policy and the HACH Sanctions chart. 

There are times when an incident needs investigation before a decision can be made.  This may be because it is a reported concern without direct evidence as yet and/or because student accounts are at variance with other reports.  In these instances, the following general procedure is followed:

1. Students concerned are asked to give an account through writing a statement and investigatory staff will ask additional questions to clarify sequencing, detail or any apparent discrepancies

2. Any witnesses will be asked for their account; this will include students and staff.  Where possible, witnesses who are neutral i.e. not part of involved students’ friendship groups, will be used.

3. Any camera footage of the area at the time will be viewed

4. A decision will be made as to the likely pattern of events based on the evidence collected. 

The school will make the final decision of the sanction that applies in any situation; this is its responsibility.  Any decision is not subject to parental/carer approval, though the school would make every effort for parents/carers to understand the reasons behind its decision and how this complies with its behaviour policy. 

The school will not accept that any individual student should be exempt from school sanctions.  All students must comply with sanctions set by the school.

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