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13/05/22

Year 6 trip to the cinema to celebrate their hard work! 📺 🍿 https://t.co/CWUgA1e04k

12/05/22

And we are DONE! 🥳 We couldn’t be more proud of our Year 6. They have worked incredibly hard. Well done each and every one of you! https://t.co/XkEEZbbK9H

10/05/22

SATs breakfast in full swing for day 2! Best of luck to our wonderful Year 6 cohort for their reading paper today! 🤩 https://t.co/vox4b7Zoey

05/05/22

Watch out O2…HJAC have arrived!! Young Voices are there rehearsing for their performance this evening. 🎤 🎶 Good luck 😄 https://t.co/vVzvbe3vmQ

29/04/22

Thank you for all the support and money raised for our outrageously orange day in aid of It was great to see a sea of orange. https://t.co/RHf6Va2w0y

31/03/22

Top table at HJAC today! Joined by Mr Britt for lunch! https://t.co/gmv2EECmns

22/03/22

Today, Year 4 discovered how Romans changed our homes in history! https://t.co/enKwRVPkMj

18/03/22

Congratulations to HJAC’s Star of the Week. You have all worked extremely hard. https://t.co/QWo2iAwkVu

18/03/22

Congratulations to our brilliant year 6 children who took part in Top of the Form this week. We are very proud of you. https://t.co/Z3lWw6ztB4

18/03/22

Tag us with your Red Nose Day outfits if you share them!

18/03/22

Top Table Thursday! Our wonderful nominees enjoyed their lunch with Mrs Utting yesterday. Keep up the great work 😊 https://t.co/dmAVdOuDYD

18/03/22

Don’t forgot that today is Red Nose Day and the theme is superheroes! We can’t wait to see all your costumes!

17/03/22

In Y4, the children have been investigating which materials conduct electricity. Check out their circuits. 💡 https://t.co/D7uRAgsnil

16/03/22

Gardening club have been busy making tiles to create a collage to display. Can’t wait to see it put together! https://t.co/L4vGZ9rAkr

11/03/22

Let’s also give a shout out to the ‘Top Table’ this week. They are nominated by adults over the week for showing kindness to others and being helpful around the school. https://t.co/S8YC1GVGBi

11/03/22

Congratulations to our stars of the week. They should all be very proud of everything they have achieved. Keep up the great work! https://t.co/C1oyc92ceF

10/03/22

Year 5 have been enjoying making prints in arts this week! They used rollers to apply ink to polystyrene tiles and then made prints using contrasting colours. #hjac https://t.co/x08oZO68Io

10/03/22

Year 6 have been creating nets to make 3D shapes this week! This has really helped with recognising 3D shapes from their nets and identifying the number of faces, edges and vertices. https://t.co/L93gVWnQU0

04/03/22

Congratulations to our amazing stars of the week. Well done to everyone for their fantastic reading achievements as they are working their way through reading the rainbow. https://t.co/mMFr4zJYOA

03/03/22

Just a couple of snaps from World Book Day at HJAC! Another year of fantastic costumes. Can you work out who all the characters are? Look out for some more pictures tomorrow! https://t.co/9NbPXf9HcF

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Curriculum at HJAC

The academy teaches all subjects of the National Curriculum and RE. The curriculum has been developed and overhauled to ensure that it is broad and balanced, and relevant for the pupils and families who attend the academy. The Governors and Senior Leaders work to ensure that the curriculum places a clear emphasis on the promotion of British Values through the curriculum. .

We follow the maths mastery programme to teach maths at the school, with children enjoying maths lesson involving partner practice, focussed learning, practical application, recording with challenge, and further deeper thinking questions.

In writing, our key texts are linked to the curriculum, ensuring that writing is purposeful, relevant and exciting. Some children are taught phonics through the Read Write Inc. programme to ensure they develop the skills needed to read in a systematic and proven manner. Children are taught in small ability groups, with specially trained Read Write Inc. tutors. Children experience reading lessons every morning with their class teacher, focussing on reading skills and comprehension of texts.

Equality curriculum intent 
Harris Junior Academy Carshalton welcomes all children and values them as individuals, treating them equally and with respect. We believe that all children have the right to have their own needs incorporated into their curriculum in order to achieve success through the following approaches;

  • Provide an accessible environment, which is secure and safe, so that all our children can flourish.
  • We believe that all teachers are teachers of children with special educational needs and it is therefore a whole school responsibility to ensure that these children’s needs are addressed.
  • Through staff working together as a team, and in partnership with pupils and their parents and carers, we strive to ensure that our aims are met.
  • Ensure all staff are aware of anti-discriminatory practice, promoting and valuing equality and diversity.
  • Promote early identification of children with additional needs to ensure interventions are in place to address their needs.
  • Monitor the progress of all our children to ensure they are meeting their full potential.
  • Work with all external agencies and organisations
  • To build relationships with other schools within our community including specialist and out-with Harris Federation.
  • We ensure that our curriculum is fully inclusive and will not discriminate against the protected characteristics: age, disability, gender, gender identity, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.  
  • Our inclusive teaching approach ensures that all children can access the learning using resources and strategies that they may need, including modified language, additional support or resource.
  • Follow the guidance in the SEN Code of Practice, Equalities Act 2014 and The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

Our Harris Federation Curriculum Lead is Sam French. 

The curriculum maps for Autumn 2 for each year group are available below. 

If you are interested in specific subjects:

English, Maths, Science, History, Geography, Religious Education, Art, MFL, PHSE, Computing, PE, Music, DT