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08/04/19

Diversity Gold Mark Award received Thursday 4th April 2019. What a great achievement! Thank you to Learningworkz for all your support and the Deputy Major for attending the event. https://t.co/wqbPeRNrlB

03/04/19

Year 5 Treginnis Farm trip update.. another fantastic day! https://t.co/iKjY0IX2W9

01/04/19

Year 5 displaying teamwork in all its glory Treginnis 2019. We miss you all!! https://t.co/rZeFOQRagb

31/03/19

Year 5 displaying the core values of teamwork and respect. We’re all so proud! https://t.co/olWzKE4plb

31/03/19

Treginnis . Everyone is working hard and enjoying themselves! https://t.co/L9hyaLjvzb

30/03/19

Year 5 setting off for a week of excitement and adventure at Treginnis Farm. https://t.co/zZ5wxjlDzj

24/03/19

Year 6 Shadow theatre using the idea that light travels in straight lines to explain why shadows have the same shape as the objects that cast them. https://t.co/aV5qor9UOQ

24/03/19

Spring 2019 Community Evening a huge success. Thank you to all our families and staff for the food, memories and laughs!! https://t.co/VKYcuvrFs0

20/03/19

KS1 squad finish 9th at the borough athletics. What a fantastic outcome for their first event!! Brilliant news KS1 team! https://t.co/MfYGbX5bAD

17/03/19

Red Nose Day Cake sale https://t.co/RN8tOgKi8y

09/03/19

Sibel Beadle author of Witchy Travel Tales visiting the academy again on Thursday 14th March, after a successful visit on Wednesday 6th March. A fantastic opportunity for the children to hear Sibel read and parents can purchase signed copies of her book! https://t.co/W7PTcBf9K5

09/03/19

Year 5 take part in the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study. What a fantastic honour for our children and academy to be chosen, alongside 403 other primary schools!

09/03/19

Thursday 4th April Diversty Gold Mark award presented to the academy by the Deputy Major. Keep posted for the pictures!

09/03/19

Fantastic WBD event https://t.co/6olMoLMRsk

09/03/19

WBD a huge success with wonderful characters taking over the academy! https://t.co/6Nd6778KoH

03/03/19

Brilliant effort Archery competition! 1st, 2nd and 5th from our 3 teams out of 15 schools! https://t.co/NGxH6PVDlC

09/02/19

Brilliant news we have been awarded the SSAT Educational outcome award!!! Congratulations team! https://t.co/CKz7UAEmy8

09/02/19

Gamelan Dance workshop https://t.co/zXzJCzgxBF

09/02/19

Year 6 had an immersive insight into the human digestive system. After squishing bananas, crackers, orange juice and water together – the children separated the solids and liquids through a pair of tights. https://t.co/OXabNMr2LD

08/02/19

Another fantastic result for our athletics team.. 2nd overall. Brilliant news! https://t.co/Q69dMLvEoA

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Marking and Feedback

As part of our drive to improve standards in teaching and learning here at Harris Primary Academy Chafford Hundred, we have a robust system of marking and giving feedback to the children. Teachers are taking a great deal of time to mark all work in detail, to allow children to make accelerated progress and the children are given time to respond to the marking.

Children’s work in all subjects is marked in a variety of ways including the use of stickers, peer assessment, self-assessment and in depth handwritten comments. The marking is designed to both to motivate the pupils and to identify areas of development. All stickers used clearly relate to the learning objective and/or success criteria and in English and reading lessons to the target cards. Children’s successes are marked using green ink and areas for development are marked in red ink. Red pen questions (RPQ) are set for the children to answer the following day in order to extend their learning; “Think Deeper” stickers are designed to challenge the children’s learning and move them towards ‘mastery’ in Maths.

The children are really motivated to improve their learning and here is what some of them have said:

Funmilayo (Y6) – “The red pen questions help me with my learning as they suggest ideas to improve my work which I had never thought of.”

Luca (Y5) – “I think the green and red comments are clear and I like reading the green comments for what I did well.”

 

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