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17/04/19

Retweetd From National Online Safety

💬Alexa, what’s today's guide? This week, we’re giving trusted adults 14 tips to get smart about smart home devices. This guide will help you identify some of the ways you can stay alert and protect yourself. HD version: https://t.co/vTuIySv7me https://t.co/zfHZdVETMC

16/04/19

Thank you for baking, selling, buying and eating cake from all colours of the spectrum on the last day of term. £223 raised for the National Autistic Society . A fitting end to a great awareness week.

04/04/19

Retweetd From Kerry Cowmey

Cupcakes ready for the World Autism Awareness Cake Sale tomorrow https://t.co/jnD90qKURR

03/04/19

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

"The rainbow 动物 gang" and "动物 in a 书” just some of the creative titles Y3 pupils came up with for their Mandarin mini-books based on "Brown bear, brown bear". What a lovely windowsill display! https://t.co/Z7MYRvjOcA

03/04/19

Pupil Parliament were thinking today about ways to celebrate diversity as well as planning ahead for our International Week next term. https://t.co/C27NK768Fd

03/04/19

Retweetd From National Online Safety

Challenge...accepted👍🏻This we’re sharing a guide about ‘online challenges’. Although some challenges are completely innocent, others can have much more sinister undertones, potentially putting young people at risk. Download: https://t.co/3XQ1SF1p1i https://t.co/T4i0CFiNyy

01/04/19

This week at HPAD we are marking , with a special assembly today, workshops for parents and children on Thursday, designing blue t-shirts tomorrow to 'light it up blue', a cake sale on Friday as well as reading autism inspired books all week.

29/03/19

Delighted to hear that HPAD’s very own Eli won the Mother’s Day picture competition. See all pictures at ’ed’ on Northcross Road https://t.co/ttAIiF5LBK

28/03/19

Throw your hands in the air like you don’t care! HPAD school disco was the only place to be this evening. Thank you FoHPED for organising a great night. https://t.co/uYxBsfFWnm

27/03/19

Retweetd From ReadforGood

Amazing, well done and Thank You for your support 📖📚

26/03/19

We’re taking to 2 (or even 3) wheels this week to get to school

26/03/19

An amazing £1282.10 raised in sponsorship for . That’s a lot of reading everyone! https://t.co/eDI5i0gbQT

26/03/19

Great morning at the KS1 multi-sport festival at London South Bank University https://t.co/Gtebdjs4qs

25/03/19

Retweetd From Get Rid of and Donate

Just wanted to say a massive thank you to school for supporting us and donating books 📚 for World Book Day. It’s a privilege to give a child the ability to be educated https://t.co/i25kiOiX4k

22/03/19

Thank you Our Year 4 pupils really enjoyed their lesson on electricity in your science labs yesterday!

21/03/19

Intrigued to find out what’s going on in the Space Dome today. Year 1 please tell us! https://t.co/Z2Zg9yhdoY

17/03/19

Retweetd From Harris Federation

Thank you to our Governors for giving up your precious time to attend today’s conference. Thanks also to Colleagues that ran the sessions & to for the keynote. We appreciate you all https://t.co/zUw6lTOZrb

16/03/19

Retweetd From National Online Safety

Netflix is to set the official UK age ratings for its own films and shows, in collaboration with the BBFC 📹Confused about ratings🤔? We've created a handy guide explaining what they mean on films, games and more. Download here: https://t.co/iBkcK1d4XU https://t.co/yth9v5ecsw

13/03/19

Take care! Sophie, the Tyrannosaurus Rex, is on the loose in East Dulwich. Last seen at Harris Primary East Dulwich. https://t.co/Vy9u4iOZFy

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Keys to Success - Achieving Success Together

ACHIEVING SUCCESS TOGETHER

At Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich, we support our pupils to develop the character attributes, traits and behaviours that we believe will help to underpin success in school and beyond, both now and in their future lives.  We call these the East Dulwich Keys to Success and we believe these are the ‘keys’ to unlocking future success. At HPAD we have agreed a set of character attributes (Keys to Life) and a set of learning attributes (Keys to Learning), and the focus on developing these in our pupils is at the core of our ethos at Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich – it underpins everything we do from our curriculum to our approach to behaviour management.

Our Keys to Success emphasise the crucial link between the way in which children learn and their social knowledge and behaviour.  Our Keys to Learning link closely to our Keys for Life and support us all in achieving success.

Our Keys to Life

Keys to Life is more than just a subject - it is about helping our pupils grasp what is ethically important in situations and how to act for the right reasons, so that they become more autonomous and reflective. Our pupils need to decide the kind of person they wish to become, to learn to choose intelligently between alternatives, to develop good sense and to ultimately become good citizens.

At Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich, we have identified eight character attributes or Keys to Life:

  • Determination
  • Kindness
  • Community spirited
  • Respect
  • Integrity
  • Self-control
  • Communication
  • Responsibility

 

Key to Success

Description

Determination

Staying with a task until it is complete, even when it is unpleasant or difficult

Kindness

Being friendly, generous and considerate.

Community spirited

Being ready to help others in our community as needed. Having a friendly, generous nature that encourages those around us.

Respect

Having polite consideration for ourselves, others, property and those in authority.  Being considerate and understanding of others without compromising our own values.

Integrity

Being truthful with our words and actions. Learning what is right and wrong and choosing what is right.

Self-control

Being able to manage our words, actions and emotions, through our own initiative, and without supervision.

Communication

Being able to interact well with others either by speaking, using sign language, non-verbal communication, writing or another medium.

Responsibility

Being in charge of what we say and do, accepting the consequences of our actions, and being accountable for our own learning.

 

Our Keys to Learning

At Harris Primary East Dulwich, we believe in promoting excellence in learning through our Keys to Learning, providing a common language for everyone in our community to discuss their learning to ensure our pupils are engaged, challenged and reaching their potential.

We have identified eight learning behaviours or Keys to Learning:

  • Curiosity
  • Resilience
  • Conscientious
  • Independence
  • Collaboration
  • Challenge-seeking
  • Attentive
  • Resourceful

We promote the East Dulwich Keys to Success in many ways, including:

  • The language we use as a community to discuss learning and behaviour;
  • The way we celebrate learning;
  • The decisions we make as an Academy;
  • Our approach to behaviour management.