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02/12/20

Retweeted From Cara Bleiman

Wow! Just did the maths and we have *3430* primary pupils learning mandarin this year at the London Centre 😃

02/12/20

Retweeted From HPABeckenhamGreen

🌈 All Are Welcome 🌈 We have been reading ‘All are Welcome’ as part of our whole school virtual assemblies. Well, because, All Are Welcome here at Harris Primary Beckenham Green! https://t.co/URuAzmqSQk

02/12/20

Retweeted From HarrisBeckenham

Reading for pleasure is a vital element of success at HABE Sixth Form. This week’s must read for Sixth Form is ‘House of Glass’ by Hadley Freeman. https://t.co/uryO0ih7wc

02/12/20

Retweeted From HarrisBeckenham

Read our new weekly parent newsletter to find out about all the exciting opportunities in place for our students. It can be found here: https://t.co/h0b2siGeYT https://t.co/nAM6IwMt3W

02/12/20

Retweeted From CareersHGAED

Fantastic presentation from Ms Lee for parents/carers launching the Bronze ⁦⁩ award! Thank you for attending! https://t.co/V5KdWMa0YX

02/12/20

Retweeted From Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: The Advent Calendar for Kindness this Christmas from . Be kind to yourself and others this festive season. https://t.co/yXW6WKyQXB

02/12/20

Retweeted From Harris Federation Computer Science Consultant Team

Can we get the dynamic digital duo of up to 200 followers?! They are currently in 191 so see if the power of Twitter and can get them over the line! Please retweet!

02/12/20

Retweeted From Harris Sutton

Today’s Year 9 virtual careers webinar linked to computer science. Students learnt about the importance of algorithms in advertising and looked at its application in major companies such as Adidas and Mars. https://t.co/es95knh5hx

02/12/20

Retweeted From Harris Falconwood

Whilst our Y11 students are working from home, we will be providing a comprehensive range of online lessons so that they don't miss out...https://t.co/Dv0sK4t0oN https://t.co/A0884J6po7

01/12/20

Retweeted From Shirin sheikh-Bahai

Winter wonderland and Narnia, the themes of 2020 Christmas decoration at Coleraine Park ! Wonderful atmosphere and brilliant job of the compassionate,creative and caring staff at the office ..⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/Z3GjogeJG4

01/12/20

Retweeted From HarrisColerainePark

Missing the Christmas lights? Look no further... Amazing transformation of the Year 1/2 climbing frame. Thank you TEAM CP https://t.co/2qXx9yHSN4

01/12/20

Retweeted From HPA Philip Lane

Worried about Covid spoiling Christmas? Not at PL: The North Pole has landed with sleigh, fireplace, and a sack full of who knows what? Thank you amazing team PL https://t.co/cM3qKClVWm

30/11/20

Retweeted From HABE Sport

📣 PE bulletin for the week.. https://t.co/hdJLDEX1iM

28/11/20

Retweeted From Harris Federation Computer Science Consultant Team

Explore our definition of cyber bullying on our new Harris Learning Hub website: https://t.co/KJkpf3tLV1 https://t.co/kMO0SFqfSR

Our Learning Commission

Launched in October 2008, the Harris Student Commission on Learning was set up as a research and development project to bring together hundreds of students and teachers to create a new design for learning across the Harris Federation.

The Commission wanted to bring about:

  • Significant and lasting changes to teaching and learning
  • A step-change in student engagement, motivation and learning
  • To achieve these changes the Commission established an ambitious programme of enquiry into the most effective learning approaches in the UK and abroad. This enquiry has been co-led by students and staff who for the past two years have worked and learned together in powerful partnerships and teams.

The Commission was designed to go beyond traditional ‘student voice’ work, helping students become leaders of their own and others’ learning with a real stake in how education is organised and delivered.

The Commission has developed a deep and practical knowledge base about what really makes a difference for student learning in the 21st Century. And it has created an irrepressible desire for and commitment to change amongst all the students and teachers involved."

Two years after it began, the Commission has published its new design for learning. This is a set of entitlements and opportunities that the Harris Federation will take forward to ensure all learners and teachers in every part of every Academy in the Federation have consistent access to world class learning opportunities.

In order to support Academies to integrate, deepen and extend their own Student Commission activities, the Federation have introduced Best Practice Trawls that began in January 2012.  The 17 entitlements will provide a framework for these visits which will take place every term, with every Academy being visited every two years.  Best Practice Briefing Papers will be published 3 times per year, with a 'Learning to Learn Journal' published annually drawing together the best of practice from all of the Academies.  The first Best Practice briefing paper was published in May 2012 and the second in Autumn 2012.

As the entitlements continue to provide a powerful framework for whole Academy Improvements, we move forward ensuring the legacy of the Student Commission through "Harris Learning".

In December 2016, the Learning Commission was re-launched with the aim of revitalising the Student Commission with a renewed vigor and aimed at ensuring that learning is ‘World Class.’

The Learning Commission presented their findings at the Senior Leadership Conference  in July 2017 and their findings can be found below.

Student Commission, Summer 2018

 

 

Downloads

Name Date  
A New Approach to Student Engagement 23rd Dec 2013 Download
A New Design for Learning 23rd Dec 2013 Download
Best Practice Briefing Paper 1 23rd Dec 2013 Download
Best Practice Briefing Paper 2 23rd Dec 2013 Download
Learning about Learning Further Insights 23rd Dec 2013 Download
Learning about Learning 12 Early Ideas 23rd Dec 2013 Download
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