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13/12/17

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06/12/17

Our Student Focus this week is ‘Caring for the Community’ and we are already excited about some new community projects we are getting involved in

01/12/17

An excellent week at HIAC! First Year 10 mocks completed ✅ Christmas card competition winner picked ✅ new academy grounds taking shape ready for handover ✅ and some great basketball performances from all squads ✅ ... looking forward to next week!

29/11/17

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08/11/16

An excellent turn out for our 1st Chess Club session. The students were enthusiastic & are really looking forward to next week’s session.

14/10/16

Stunning performance!! Invictus students did us proud! https://t.co/hah78dBgpQ

14/10/16

Well organised event - thanks to all https://t.co/jIs8wLNoHF

12/10/16

Well done to the Year 7 football team for showing great resilience last night. They came from 2-0 down to win the game 4-2!

04/10/16

Harris Invictus came 1st in the World Maths Day Tournament - Well done to all!

22/09/16

Open Evening 2016 – Over 600- guests came to the Academy on Monday, they toured the academy met staff & students.

27/06/16

40 students spend 2 hours of their Saturday morning walking to raise money for Wheels for Wellbeing: around 240 miles racked up. Well Done!

16/05/16

14 Yr 8 students have won awards for the UKMT Junior Maths Challenge on 28th April. We have 3 gold, 4 silver & 11 bronze winners. Well done!

22/04/16

Our debate team celebrate victory over Harris Beckenham.

23/03/16

Year 7 enjoyed a great day out to the Tate Modern yesterday, All the students were extremely well-behaved and a credit to the Academy

21/03/16

Thrilling football match yesterday in which Harris Invictus Year 8’s overcame Oasis Coulsdon 4-3 in a close encounter

17/03/16

Y7 thoroughly enjoyed an interactive and engaging performance of Twelfth Night at Shakespeare’s Globe.

18/12/15

Our first ever Winter Concert on Thurs 17th Dec; stellar performances from our dancers, singers and players – well done to all involved.

18/12/15

Students thoroughly enjoyed their Christmas lunch on Wednesday 16th December. Thanks to all the staff who helped make it run smoothly.

18/12/15

At breakfast club this morning listening to the students discussing Shakespeare's play - Hamlet

18/12/15

Well done to the Year 7 students who took part in the Castle project https://t.co/1xe8IcfSa2

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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Key Stage 3 (Years 7 and 8)

Religious Education enables students to make informed decisions by introducing them to a balance of different thoughts and ideas. Religion and beliefs inform our values and are reflected in what we say and how we behave. It provokes challenging questions about the ultimate meaning and purpose of life, beliefs about God, the self and the nature of reality, issues of right and wrong and what it means to be human. It develops students’ knowledge and understanding of the nature of religion and belief including the six main world religions, and world views that offer answers to these challenging questions. It offers opportunities for personal reflection and spiritual development. It enhances awareness and understanding of religions and beliefs, teachings, practices and forms of expression, and of the influence of religion on individuals, families, communities and cultures.

In Year 7 students are introduced to the six main world religions before focusing on how we, as humans, make moral decisions and what can influence us. We take an in-depth study into the concept of love in Christianity and this underpins the teachings of Jesus before considering the influence of history and tradition on Judaism as a religion and a lifestyle.

In Year 8 students complete three in-depth studies of different areas of religion. The year starts with a focus on the meaning and importance of the Five Pillars of Islam in the Autumn Term. In the Spring Term students consider a belief in no God and how this may impact on relationships between religious and non-religious people. IN the Summer Term students use the knowledge they had acquired during the year to focus on topical issues in the news and how different people may respond to these situations.

 

Autumn1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Year 7

Nature of Religion

Making a Moral Decision

Christianity and Love

Judaism: Covenants and Rights

Year 8

Islam: Rituals and Discipline

Atheism and God

Religion in the News