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24/11/20

We have received lots of fantastic entries for our MFL Christmas card competition. Children from Reception to Y6 created cards in over 10 different languages. The languages include Swedish, Lithuanian, Polish, Filipino, Chinese....here is a selection. https://t.co/9RQtpRFkRF

23/11/20

In French 🇫🇷, Year 2 are reading their first French words using their French phonic sounds. https://t.co/4Kj0DbyS4W

18/11/20

In French 🇫🇷, Year 4 used their knowledge of cardinal points to describe the weather in France. https://t.co/wlM9BM5maS

17/11/20

➕In maths, Year 2 have been learning about exchanging. They played a game to practise exchanging 10 ones for a ten. Now they are using this knowledge when using column addition - WOW!➕ https://t.co/dOlEW3PnbF

17/11/20

Pupils at HPAK enjoyed taking part in odd sock day to celebrate the start of Anti-bullying week. Some lovely colourful socks 🧦 https://t.co/zo3DUsUUHa

17/11/20

A beautiful 'Very Hungry Caterpillar' collage created in 1 Mandela! 🐛 https://t.co/imjX0UfdaJ

14/11/20

We look forward to seeing the results next week! https://t.co/ba5IqO3qLk

11/11/20

At , we are getting ready for   Next Monday (16th), join us in taking part in    https://t.co/KCLknyCqLl

11/11/20

2 Keller have created the most beautiful poppy art. https://t.co/gs0AsG5rld

11/11/20

🎄The PTA have arranged for the children to design Christmas cards for you to order & send over the coming festive period. Designs are being sent out over the next few days. Follow the instructions for online ordering; the form doesn't need to be returned. Happy Ordering!🎅

11/11/20

In French 🇫🇷, Year 1 have been learning about body parts. Have a listen at ‘tête, épaules, genoux et pieds’. https://t.co/QSXrA8y0pZ

09/11/20

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And we're off! has started all questions answered between now and 19:30 GMT will count towards the school's score! https://t.co/vTuL1IDNqk

08/11/20

At the going down of the sun and in the morning, Today, we reflect on the service of our armed forces & remember all those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect our communities.   Remembrance Sunday Sunday 8th November 2020 https://t.co/Wc5HJXx5lJ

08/11/20

Rock Out 2020 starts tomorrow 🎸 Please see the academy newsletter sent home on Friday for more information! We can’t wait to see our children taking part! https://t.co/4NfBZuNqn8

05/11/20

Remember, remember the 5th November 🎆 Year 2 have been creating shape and acrostic poems all about fireworks! https://t.co/zZumYqCRHD

03/11/20

In French 🇫🇷, Year 5 pretended to sell their family members and created some great descriptions. Bravo! https://t.co/ldHVXLKNHH

29/10/20

👀Keep an eye out for information on the next competition starting on Monday 9th November... https://t.co/wOTDCkOI6K

26/10/20

👻Don’t forget about the PTA’s spooktacular carving competition for Halloween 🎃We look forward to receiving & seeing your creative carving creations🕷send your photos to info.org.uk by 4th November for a chance to win a prize 🦇 https://t.co/bB8hFRXTa0

22/10/20

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Governing Body

The Role of Governors

In England, there are over 300,000 School/Academy Governors, who form the largest volunteer force in the country.

Members of Academy Governorning Bodies work collectively to perform a strategic role and carry out key functions, including:

  • Discuss and set the aims and objectives for the Academy.
  • Ratify the required policies for achieving those aims and objectives.
  • Approve/Agree the required targets for achieving those aims and objectives.
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress that the Academy is making towards its set aims and objectives.

The role of role of the Academy Governor is to provide challenge and support to the Principal, i.e. be a 'critical friend.'

The Governing Body of Harris Academy Kenley

The Academy is a member of the Harris Federation. Ultimate responsibility for the Academy rests with the Board of Trustees of the Federation, (Federation governance details and scheme of delegation can be found below), but much of the work of the Board is delegated to the Academy Governing Body which is comprised of the Governors of the Academy. Some Governors are appointed by the Federation whilst others are elected by parents or carers of students at the Academy, or by staff. The details of the Governors at Harris Primary Academy Kenley are shown below.

The Chair of the Academy Governing Body is Dr Nigel Rata

The Safeguarding Governor is Ms Jennifer Mundy

The Clerk to the Governing Body can be contacted on 0208 660 2714 or via info@harrisprimarykenley.org.uk

Harris Primary Academy Kenley Governing Body

Name

Position

Dr Nigel Rata

Chair of Governors

Sir Dan Moyihan

CEO of Harris Federation

Ms Victoria Forbes

Executive Principal

Mr Scott Palmer

Head Of Academy

Mrs Beverley Johnson

Staff Governor 

Mrs Jennifer Mundy

Safeguarding Governor

Mrs Sally Gosling

Sponsor Governor

Mr Chris Smith

Sponsor Governor

Mr James Palmer  

Parent Governor

Mrs Anne-Marie Buckley

Parent Governor