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15/12/19

A busy final week at this week before we break up for the Christmas Holidays on Friday 20th. https://t.co/MIDK3hEhTb

13/12/19

🤩Key Stage 2 thoroughly enjoyed Year 1 and Year 2's dress rehearsal of their Christmas performance this morning🎭 🌟Key Stage One parents, you really are in for a treat and look forward to seeing many of you on Monday and Wednesday.🎄 https://t.co/BgfrMGz2kB

12/12/19

🎅We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow for Christmas Jumper Day and Christmas dinner.🎄

12/12/19

‼️ A reminder that is closed today (Thursday 12th December) to all children, as the academy is being used as a polling station. 🎅We look forward to seeing everyone back in the academy tomorrow for Christmas Jumper Day and Christmas dinner.🎄 https://t.co/XKKgSpg1rB

11/12/19

🤳TikTok (formerly known as https://t.co/XoDVRSaxQI), is an app for users 13 and older and no child in the academy should be using this app. Have a look ’s resource and guidance. 📱 https://t.co/MlThGHPwe3

10/12/19

💻Owning mobile phones and smart devices can be fun, but it’s important to use it safely & responsibly. Follow ’s tips, to make sure you set up these devices securely, keep personal information private & enjoy using in the healthiest way.📱 https://t.co/NFygiayvmm

06/12/19

📱Please find below 's fantastic website that provides important parents information for children's online safety. This resource focuses on the use of WhatsApp. 📱 https://t.co/UqK8seW8Un https://t.co/d6tLBo7YLw

06/12/19

🎭KS2 had a great time watching ’s performance of Aladdin. Even Miss Morrison and Mrs Rowlans got involved 🌟 https://t.co/s7JM9Vx3I6

05/12/19

Year 6 have been creating textured patterns using paint to use for a background in a collage tomorrow. https://t.co/lSzLahfSuo

04/12/19

Year Six have had a busy day making bread as part of their learning for DT. https://t.co/GUw9uTcvHE

03/12/19

Last week in French, Year 4 created their own verse of our weather song. https://t.co/dlpqeJl841

02/12/19

Year 1 were very surprised to see this visitor in the classroom today! They're looking forward to showing Tinsel the elf their best learning and seeing where he will be hiding tomorrow! https://t.co/qc111Vi3pC

02/12/19

Year 1 have made some delicious porridge and have written instructions on how to make it! https://t.co/wdmhUGdJ2t

28/11/19

In Science, year 5 were investigating eclipses. After research, we modelled how solar and lunar eclipses occur and why, despite the moon orbiting the Earth every 27.32 days, eclipses do not happen more frequently - it's all to do with the tilt of the Moon's orbit. https://t.co/TSF9J0ZjUU

27/11/19

In French, Year 3 have been learning about pets. They can match words with pictures as well as identifying feminine and masculine words https://t.co/fu3VRqqmbE

25/11/19

📍Christmas disco 🗓️29th November 2019 ⏰EYFS & KS1 5:15pm KS2 7pm Come along & start the Christmas season with a party. Music, dancing, games, drink, snack & goody bag. Book your place on parent pay. Bookings will close on Thursday afternoon.

21/11/19

Year 1 have been making great progress making their chairs for DT! https://t.co/NehdDssTCA

21/11/19

In French, Blyton and Donaldson classes have been introducing themselves and creating their badges. They have also practised writing their names and their cutting skills. https://t.co/aGLHTqiXAI

20/11/19

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When you read to your child, use their name in place of one of the character's names. It helps them stay interested in the story and makes them feel important and valued. https://t.co/SSOLlwHKMW https://t.co/5T8sAI8mN0

20/11/19

In French, Year 5 have created conversations about where they live. Have a listen 👂 https://t.co/bZDtmXNWss

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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 Jatin Patel

Sponsor Governor

Mr James Palmer  

Parent Governor

Mrs Anne-Marie Buckley

Parent Governor