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30/06/22

Merton CAMHs are hosting a parent workshop on starting school. Sign up via eventbrite Date: 20th July, 2022 Time: 12 to 13:30 pm To get a ticket please request one via Eventbrite : https://t.co/vBU4cbxM2B https://t.co/nUiMvFnHis

27/06/22

And we are on our way home. What a fantastic time at Kingswood! The children are looking forward to seeing their adults! https://t.co/jfWlxuA2K3

27/06/22

The last activity of the week! Testing their nerves on ‘The Leap of Faith’! https://t.co/xanb2Q6jTS

27/06/22

Such great climbers and fear conquerors! https://t.co/A1ow4yvn2V

27/06/22

More Equilibrium! https://t.co/u3wHx6e5uF

27/06/22

A fantastic start to the final day at Kingswood. Starting off with Equilibrium! https://t.co/vrW6EayATJ

27/06/22

Packed and ready to go before another morning of high wire activities! https://t.co/sPznAg7L8j

26/06/22

Disco time at Kingswood! Y5 ready to show off their dance moves! https://t.co/Y8sZPU8vHh

26/06/22

Proud of everyone giving it their best in fencing! https://t.co/F619O3I6x4

26/06/22

Bear Grylls would be proud. https://t.co/WbO189zVvY

26/06/22

Blindfolded obstacle course! https://t.co/16g0c3n3Ih

26/06/22

Robin Hood eat your heart out! https://t.co/eGsi6lgf5i

26/06/22

Good morning from HPAM starting off with a morning of Archery. Take a bow for hitting the targets! https://t.co/Ki9unYQd8G

26/06/22

Coming to the end of a great day filled with orienteering, fire building, zip lining and problem solving. Topped off by a beautiful bedtime story by Miss Saj! https://t.co/D4E5zRHRgn

26/06/22

They were fire starters… https://t.co/VzByrPGMY0

25/06/22

Learning how to survive and build fires in the wild. Things are heating up! https://t.co/Tx8CmEIfwj

25/06/22

A well deserved lunch before orienteering, bush lighting and aeroball https://t.co/VDPoUyCRdl

25/06/22

Birds eye view https://t.co/Fjo82RaF07

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Posted on June 19th 2014

New Harris secondary school to open in Chafford Hundred

A new Harris Secondary Free School in Thurrock has been approved to open by the Department for Education. The school will help to provide new and high quality places for local families, where our existing secondary Academy is regularly oversubscribed on first choices alone.  

Sir Dan Moynihan, Chief Executive of the Harris Federation, said:

“We are delighted that the new secondary school has been approved to open in September 2015 by the government.  Like the existing Harris Secondary Academy in Chafford Hundred, which is oversubscribed with around four applications for every place, it will provide education with drive and ambition for local families. 

“The new school will share an Executive Principal and Governing Body with Harris Academy Chafford Hundred and will initially be located on a high quality but temporary site next door to it. It will replicate the exceptional standards of teaching and behaviour that Harris Academy Chafford Hundred has achieved and sustained.

“We are hugely looking forward to opening the school next year and will be working closely with the local community in the meantime.  Admissions will open in September 2014.”

Jackie Doyle-Price, Member of Parliament for Thurrock, said:

“I am delighted that the new school has moved a step closer.  This is great news for parents and children across West Thurrock and Chafford Hundred who will now have more choice about where to send their children to school. 

“It will also see the creation of more good quality school places in the west of the borough where they are much needed.  I have nothing but praise for the energy and commitment that Harris Federation has to providing high standards of education in Thurrock.  I will continue to support their efforts which will only lead to better education for the borough’s children.”