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28/03/20

Retweetd From ENGLISH@HAB

Girls, please remember that emailing hours are between 7 am and 7pm. Your teachers will try to get back to you as soon as possible when you email between those hours. You need to make sure that you are taking a proper break in the evenings!

28/03/20

Retweetd From Lily-May Bennetts

I really want to do this workshop it was an amazing experience and also got me ready for spoken word after that. Loved the workshop

27/03/20

Retweetd From ENGLISH@HAB

I’m so proud at the end of week one of how students and staff have adapted to the current situation!

27/03/20

Retweetd From Chester Zoo

🐘🎥 LIVE: A virtual zoo day at ! 🎥🦒 As you can’t come to right now, we’ll bring it to you! Join us on our page tomorrow from 10am and enjoy a whole day of animal antics, LIVE from your sofa 🙌 https://t.co/rNsMpCpnXk

26/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

b and B with brush pen: https://t.co/iPv9eiTbea

26/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

b and B with pencil: https://t.co/Nx2xYupCZt

26/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

Practice is important, so twice a week, Miss K will share short videos. Today's we'll focus on A and B. You will need a pencil or a brush pen. ✏ https://t.co/5oJxkXEkGN

26/03/20

Retweetd From Ms Burgess

Asked my girls to write a haiku about one of their favourite things. This one from one of my year 8s made me smile https://t.co/Gf85wDBhJW

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

To decorate or not to decorate? The choice is yours! 🌌 https://t.co/NJxDUBWUEa

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

Miss K chose part of a poem by Paul Valéry, a French poet. https://t.co/k3Fztya6VW

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

Now for the fun part! https://t.co/QjGh874Yml

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

🕐 https://t.co/6ppds8clTE

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

Miss K used purple, green, yellow and red. You can use any combination of colours! https://t.co/i0uNRRLuWG

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

🖌 https://t.co/3wEkSrEbl8

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

Always use pencil ✏ https://t.co/KRDUnLZYhJ

25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

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25/03/20

Retweetd From HAB Calligraphy Club

In today's tutorial, we're painting galaxies 🌌 https://t.co/Ff0fLgEZEI

25/03/20

Retweetd From HABCareers

Great new skill to learn https://t.co/xLEQczbeFe

25/03/20

Retweetd From Department of Health and Social Care

Stay at home to help save lives. ✅ Only go out for essentials such as food or medicine, for work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home), or to exercise, but always keep 2 metres apart from others ❌ Do NOT meet others, even friends and family https://t.co/CltKM7qYQu

25/03/20

Retweetd From MASSOLIT

4. ‘Tragedy: A Complete History’ by Prof. John Lennard (Independent Scholar): https://t.co/rUKczTZRbG A complete history of tragedy from fifth-century Athens to the modern day. The seventh lecture is all about how Shakespeare likes to mix tragedy with comedy. https://t.co/8XaubZG0gf

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School Meals

Download our school menus for Summer term 2019, provided by Chartwells. We are featuring five main courses and four desserts on the menus. Recipes have all been tested with students in schools and received positive feedback.

Chartwells continue to support children with dietary needs through our special diet form. This form must be completed along with medical evidence to help assist in the safely of the child.

Find out how Chartwells have reduced sugar intake of pupils by 28% at lunch time through their seasonal menu or why not download some Foodie Facts.


So that your daughter does not have to bring cash to school, we use ParentPay to allow parents and carers to charge their daughters’ lunch cards. You can do this at www.parentpay.com or at your local shop, using the login information or barcode provided by HAB at the start of the academic year.
 
If you wish to register your daughter for free school meals, visit https://www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/harrisfederation and enter your details.
 
Should you have any questions or difficulties regarding Parent Pay or My Free School Meals, please contact Mr Rubed Miah, Finance Officer, by email at Finance@harrisbermondsey.org.uk or by telephone on 0207 394 2375.


Breakfast Club

Breakfast is offered every morning from 7.45-8.15 and students can use their lunch cards to pay for their meal. Currently the following items are on offer:

  • Hash browns x 3 £1.20
  • Bacon roll £1.65
  • Cheese on toast £0.65
  • Granola with yogurt £1.00
  • Plain croissant £1.00
  • Chocolate Croissant £1.00
  • Hot chocolate will be available on Thursday and Friday for £1.50.

Lunch

All students are able to sit and eat lunch with their friends in the Academy dining room. Every day there is a variety of tasty healthy options available, including a cooked meal of the day which is popular with students.  We work closely with Chartwells, our lunch providers, to ensure only fresh produce is used.

Menu Examples

Hot Lunch Options include:

  • Roast Chicken with Steamed new Potatoes & Seasonal Vegetables
  • Stirfry Vegetables with Coriander Noodles
  • Apple Cinnamon Cake
  • Spaghetti Bolognese & Steamed Seasonal Vegetables
  • Roast Vegetable Curry & Stirfried Egg Rice
  • Fruit Crumble & Custard

Sandwich Selection (Using Granary Rolls, Brown Rolls, Baguettes, Baps and Sliced Bread) inlcudes:

  • Ham & Lettuce
  • Ham, Cheese & Lettuce
  • Tuna & Sweetcorn
  • Tuna & Cucumber
  • Cheese, Tomatoe and Salad
  • Roast Chicken & Salad
  • Roast Vegetable & Sweet Potato Spread

Sample Weekly Lunch Menu

Monday

  • Roast Chicken with Vegetables and black eye bean rice
  • Roast Vegetable Burritos with Spicy potato wedges & salad
  • Tuna Pasta Bake with steamed vegetables or salad
  • Apple cake & Custard or fruit

Tuesday

  • Spaghetti Bolognese with steamed vegetables
  • Roast vegetables with cous cous and feta cheese crumbs
  • Smoked mackerel & vegetable rice
  • Lemon Curd Cake or fruit

Wednesday

  • Stir fry chicken fillets with sweet chilli noodles & vegetables
  • Roast Vegetable Lasagne with garlic bread & Potato wedges
  • Thai style salmon fillet with Spring onion mash
  • Strawberry Chantilly or fruit

Thursday

  • Shepherd’s Pie with steamed vegetables
  • Vegetarian Paella & steamed vegetables
  • Vegetarian Toad in the hole
  • Chocolate cake & Coco sauce or fruit

Friday

  • Oven baked Haddock fillet with spicy potato wedges, tartare sauce, baked beans & Broccoli
  • Sweet Potato & roast vegetable curry with mango chutney & flat bread
  • Fruit Salad, healthy balance fruit yoghurt or hot pudding

How to pay

All meals must be paid for using student lunch cards. Students can top up their lunch cards by cash using the machines inside the restaurant from 8am. Parents can top up student cards using ParentPay but please be aware that this can take up to 24 hours to update.

If you think you may be eligible for Free School Meals, please visit https://www.cloudforedu.org.uk/ofsm/harrisfederation and enter your details.

If your daughter loses her lunch card, she can request a new one at the cost of £1.50 from student reception. If your daughter does not have her lunch card on her then unfortunately she will not be able to purchase any food, so it is imperative that she checks she has her lunch card when she packs her school bag the night before.


Items not allowed in school

As part of our work with students to ensure that they eat healthily, the following items are banned by the academy:

  • Fizzy drinks
  • Large cartons of juices
  • Energy drinks
  • multipacks of doughnuts or cakes
  • large bags of crisps and chocolate
  • Hot drinks (health and safety risk if they get spilt)
  • Chewing gum

If students do bring any of these items into the academy they will be confiscated by a member of staff and students will not be able to collect them.