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27/11/20

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Over 16,000 young people and hundreds of schools have joined us for : special shout-out to for taking part! https://t.co/xl4D7oHIA2

27/11/20

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"Damilola had ambition, he wanted to change the world. After 20 years, this is how I would like him to be remembered, as a boy of hope. Our boy of hope.” Richard Taylor OBE reflects on the legacy of his son: https://t.co/qy5nTxzzYn https://t.co/EQ77XDr9Rx

27/11/20

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This is so kind 💖 We're so grateful to all the people who come together to help us support young people - especially in these tricky times when they need hope more than ever 💫🌟 https://t.co/Ud4taQR6DT

27/11/20

The models also helped the students understand the meaning of using models and their limitations, in order to explain or learn a particular concept (in this case cells). This is a project based demonstrating Art and Science skills in STEAM. https://t.co/S54bUfUv8b

27/11/20

These are from my Year 7s using their Arts skills to make 3D science models of Cells (animal and plant cells). The students researched and applied their theoretical knowledge on building these models. The models are made by recyclable materials that students found at home. https://t.co/QfD12VOggC

25/11/20

Retweetd From Church E20

A huge shout out to the amazing team at and especially to the Yr10 students who were busy delivering food parcels today. https://t.co/1rkJk1M8nw

24/11/20

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Time flies when you're having fun! 👏 Great to see the progress of – a new powerhouse for innovation, creativity and learning at the Park with , , , and ! 🙌 Find out more here ➡️https://t.co/3IKLI1I13A https://t.co/DVGrs5XS1V

24/11/20

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Receptionist and Administrative Assistant in Stratford, London Info/Apply:https://t.co/5Bmc7qSH3Y https://t.co/v6OKEbuld8

24/11/20

Retweetd From Giselle Fitipaldi

Ready for the Y7 lessons on COCO and the Day of the Dead. Living the culture 🥳 https://t.co/1CKZ2jNbMA

23/11/20

Retweetd From Chobham PE Dept

Join us again for our second virtual live HIIT session with Mr Starkey tomorrow at 3.45pm. The session can be accessed via the link below through MS Teams - https://t.co/bKHy2HwWk7 Or through our Instagram page - @ chobhamacadPE Let’s see if you can keep up 🦾

23/11/20

Retweetd From Church E20

Congratulations 👏

20/11/20

Students built their own circuits using a difficult circuit diagram and collected data to find the Capacitance of a Capacitor. https://t.co/gPzspk7ZHh

20/11/20

Students in Physics for Aspire day - completing a practical on Capacitor Discharge. https://t.co/nDcbilcr3R

20/11/20

Make attendance a priority! How parents can help! https://t.co/ks1p0afrDc

20/11/20

Congratulations Today we have drawn the voucher winners for students achieving a 100% attendance last half term. The winners are below. https://t.co/xJDJElFEWp

20/11/20

Retweetd From Giselle Fitipaldi

Posters from Y7 students about why languages are so important, skills you develop learning a language and possible careers. https://t.co/I95clIhpuj

20/11/20

This shows them the preparation needed in 6th form for their skills session they have each week. The last photo is the end goal! https://t.co/q8hKd4AHGD

20/11/20

Year 11 have their Art session for Aspire day. Students are making a plaster relief based around natural forms using a clay base and plaster of paris https://t.co/AMMcQN1dY1

19/11/20

Retweetd From YoungMinds

Men, it's okay to accept that you’re struggling. You don't need to have a stiff upper lip or pull yourself together. They are phrases of the past. We all have mental health, and we all need and deserve help when we struggle with it.

19/11/20

Retweetd From JCP in East London

Receptionist and Administrative Assistant in Stratford, London Info/Apply:https://t.co/5Bmc7qSH3Y https://t.co/q9NylBcrnn

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Online Safety

Online Safety is a hugely important part of keeping children safe at Harris Academy Chobham. Whilst we want our children to benefit from the many positives of being online, we also want to ensure that they are aware of the risks and know how to protect themselves online.

The online landscape changes rapidly, so it is important that schools, parents and carers work together to take an active role in teaching children about online dangers and how to act safely when using the internet, apps and games.

We are fully committed to protecting our pupils online and you can find a wealth of information on this page to support you with this at home.

Harris Academy Chobham is committed to ensuring that our pupils are educated to become responsible, confident online citizens and users of information technology. As the children grow older, it is crucial that they learn to balance the benefits offered by technology with a critical awareness of their own and other’s online behaviour and develop effective strategies for staying safe and making a positive contribution online. ‘Aims of the Framework Education for a Connected World’, government guidelines for online safety education, focuses on eight different aspects of online education:

1. Self-image and Identity

2. Online relationships

3. Online reputation

4. Online bullying

5. Managing online information

6. Health, wellbeing and lifestyle

7. Privacy and security

8. Copyright and ownership

At Chobham, we are building these aspects into the delivery of online safety education throughout the curriculum, particularly in PSHE and Computing, so that it is empowering, builds resilience and effects positive culture change. We support our children to be safe, healthy and thriving online whilst also engaging with the wider school community on online safety issues.

To learn more about how to support your child to stay safe online, please do make use of the useful websites and document on this page.

Useful websites:

Thinkuknow: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/

UK Safer Internet for Children: https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/

Childline: https://www.childline.org.uk/info-advice/bullying-abuse-safety/online-mobile-safety/

Childnet International: https://www.childnet.com/

Internet Matters: https://www.internetmatters.org/

Parents Protect: https://www.parentsprotect.co.uk/internet-safety.htm

NSPCC: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

Net Aware: https://www.net-aware.org.uk/

Apple parental controls: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT201304

A Guide to Parental Controls: https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/springcroft-primary-school/UploadedDocument/d116b484372346bc8fc855cc2c037cb6/parental-controls-booklet-2020.pdf

Education for a Connected World: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/759003/Education_for_a_connected_world_PDF.PDF

Useful documents:

parenting-in-a-digital-worldonline.pdf

SMART-Poster-A4.pdf