More great work from our pupils working online at home and in school


Great work from our pupils working online from home...keep up the fantastic work!


Great to see so many of our Year 6 pupils join our Teams Leavers Assembly yesterday


Such a great opportunity for our pupils to learn about their Year 7 experience in September and ask questions that they have. Thank you Miss Sivyer


Great to be part of the Year 6 to Year 7 transition meeting for pupils this morning


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Our second Year 6 transition bulletin has been sent out. This week, hear from our Head of Academy; Mr Glees. Also read the top tips from Jack in Year 7. All Y6 Bulletins will also be available on our website.


Here is a link to our assembly on Effective Communication led by Mr Drakes


Here is a link to our latest assembly ‘People who Inspire us’ led by Mrs Cottis


It is almost the start of a new week and here is Mr Perry’s Sports Challenge 3


Great work in our Key Worker bubbles this morning


Look out for our assembly links being emailed home. Here is Miss Reynolds’ assembly on Community. Tomorrow is our achievement assembly.


Thank you our pupils are really looking forward to starting their journey with you and was lovely to see Mrs Koomson who works at both academies!


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Our first Year 6 Bulletin has gone out to those joining us in September. This week: Watch videos and meet key members of staff. Also there is a video on our school day and how to read our timetable!


Part 2 of Mr Perry’s Sports Challenge


We will be sending out details tomorrow for the ‘500 words’ writing competition. This year all writing will be linked to the Black Lives Matter movement. Your words have the power to change you and the world around you.


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Thrilled to be joining my fellow judges , and for the 500 Words Black Lives Matter writing competition. So looking forward to reading some amazing stories. 😀 via


Good morning everyone, here is a sports challenge (part 1) from Mr Perry. Tweet or send in your videos to Class Dojo of


Balanced argument writing from our pupils working at home. Well done!


Our latest newsletter is available on the academy website


Great engagement with our home learning . Our pupils are amazing at continuing their learning at home with the support of our wonderful families.

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Religious Education

At Harris Primary Academy Chafford Hundred our families, staff and pupils are linked with many parts of the world and faith groups.  We aim to celebrate this diversity and offer a welcoming and inclusive environment for all our pupils. We believe that Religious Education (RE) provides an opportunity to celebrate and foster awareness of these differences at the academy and in the wider world.  We are very grateful to our families who support their children’s learning of other faiths, as this is the way we can bring tolerance, respect and understanding to our future world.

The Religious Education curriculum, which is aligned with the Thurrock Agreed Syllabus, follows a key question approach. These questions open up the content to be studied from EYFS to Year 6.  The key questions progress year on year focussing on three aspects of learning: believing, expressing and living.

Pupils learn about all aspects of religious education, which involves learning about different religions, beliefs, values and traditions while exploring their own.  As we live in England, we have a broadly Christian curriculum but do look at other faiths and religions alongside this, for example Islam and being a Muslim, Sikhism and Hinduism.

Religious Education lessons are also supported by our 'Place of Worship' visits. The children have the opportunity to visit a different place of worship each year.

  • Year 1 - Gurdwara
  • Year 2 - Mosque
  • Year 3 - Church
  • Year 4 - Mandir
  • Year 5 - Cathedral
  • Year 6 - Synagogue


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