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1 Summer Projects for new Year 7 cohort We look forward to seeing your House projects in September.

2 Maths Faculty Preparation for September: Invest in a Rubik's cube Maths set and Calculator

3 Communications Faculty Summer Projects Read as many of the novels on our school reading list as you can and keep a log of which ones you would recommend… Go to our website then click on Curriculum/English/English reading list – a list of suggested reads are on here Google French Key Stage 3 websites with games to try….for example…. /french

4 Science & Technology Faculty Summer activities to help your children Science: Visit the Science museum. Research the names of practical equipment & hazard symbols in science. Science: Visit the Science museum. Research the names of practical equipment & hazard symbols in science. Design & Technology: Produce a titled piece of work about ‘Plastics in the home’. Design & Technology: Produce a titled piece of work about ‘Plastics in the home’. Food Technology: To try new food recipes and cook meals with your parents. Research the names of all the cooking equipment. Food Technology: To try new food recipes and cook meals with your parents. Research the names of all the cooking equipment. ICT: Develop your presentation skills. Free download Scratch software. Take as many pictures of their local area. ICT: Develop your presentation skills. Free download Scratch software. Take as many pictures of their local area.

5 Humanities Faculty Summer activities to help your children History: Visit a castle. Visit museums. Talk to grandparents about what life used to be like and look at old photographs. History: Visit a castle. Visit museums. Talk to grandparents about what life used to be like and look at old photographs. RE: Visit a religious building. Talk about your beliefs. Find out about Ramadan (which has just started). RE: Visit a religious building. Talk about your beliefs. Find out about Ramadan (which has just started). Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time. Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time. History: Visit a castle. Visit museums. Talk to grandparents about what life used to be like and look at old photographs. History: Visit a castle. Visit museums. Talk to grandparents about what life used to be like and look at old photographs. RE: Visit a religious building. Talk about your beliefs. Find out about Ramadan (which has just started). RE: Visit a religious building. Talk about your beliefs. Find out about Ramadan (which has just started). Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Geography: Visit the coast to experience weathering. Study the different types of clouds. Visit a different culture/count ry. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time. Life Skills: Give children some money and encourage them to budget and make it last. Let children play with other children to see how relationships change over time.

6 VPA Faculty Preparation for September: Try to go to the Theatre or a Gallery and see the Arts in action.

7 PE Faculty How to Prepare for September!

8 The Harefield Academy Uniform and Equipment Guide

9 Female student with skirt at an appropriate length Female student with trousers Female student with skirt at an appropriate length Female student with trousers Female student with skirt at an appropriate length Female student with trousers Male student wearing polo shirt

10 Male and Female students in full PE kit

11 Flat black shoes Plain black or natural tan tights

12 No canvas shoes No trainers

13 Sensible student backpack or bag fit for purpose

14 Small stud earrings are acceptable No nail varnish/false nails or jewellery NO other facial piercings or stretchers are allowed Small stud earrings are acceptable No nail varnish/false nails or jewellery NO other facial piercings or stretchers are allowed

15 Personal Safety Mobile Phones/MP3 players etc. Phones are welcome in The Academy…as long as; they are NOT seen/used between 8.00 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. (or in detention after this time!) Valuables Need to be kept in lockers for PE or any activity where your bag/blazer will be left unattende d

16 Reading book School planner Pencil case Calculator Pen Pencil Ruler Eraser Pencil sharpener A variety of coloured pencils All students should carry the following:

17 Attendance and Time Keeping You are expected to; Attend at the level of 95% throughout the year Be on time every day – first lesson begins at 8.15 a.m. You must therefore be here by 8.00 a.m. so that you are ready to start first lesson You are expected to; Attend at the level of 95% throughout the year Be on time every day – first lesson begins at 8.15 a.m. You must therefore be here by 8.00 a.m. so that you are ready to start first lesson


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