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We are now accepting nursery applications from children classed as "Rising 3's", those born between September 2014 - December 2014.


Nursery children have been storytelling and taking on roles this week while acting out a story with confidence.


Our fabulous netball team! Well done to the girls who were scouted!


Valencia sang Stevie Wonder’s ‘Sir Duke’ at Park View’s Show – they were pros in front of a big audience!


Our fabulous Valencia Class are ready for their performance at for


We have a bike garage in nursery this week! The children take on roles as expert mechanics and bike riders.


Some images from the final rehearsal for Harris In Harmony yesterday – the children sounded amazing! More to follow...


Miss Nelson (and her award). Transforming Lives (trainee category).


HPAPL is excited to host Haringey’s new group for children across the borough who learn violin and cello. More info soon.


A message for our parents; Please be aware that there will be no coffee morning tomorrow, unfortunately.


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1 in 44 children in London receiving a "Good" or "Outstanding" education because they are taught at one of 44 Academies.


We are so proud that Miss Nelson has been awarded the Transforming Lives award conference.


Look at this FANTASTIC picture the children took last week on their - looks beautiful, don't you think?


Was lovely having all of you!


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If you're looking for an role in , check out the latest role


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Sir Dan addresses all 4,400 colleagues welcoming everyone to the 10th Annual Conference


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300 strong Harris in Harmony about to perform!


The singers have arrived!!


How amazing is our Black History Month Celebration!?

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.

HPAPL KS2 Teacher & Computing Lead


Dates: Apply by 12 noon Monday 25th October

Interview Date: Interviews will be conducted on receipt of suitable applications.

Job Start Date: January 2018 or sooner

Salary: MPS/UPS (Inner London) TLR’s available to the right candidate. £1,500 Harris Federation allowance and other benefits.

Location: Haringey

Contract type: Full Time

Contract term: Permanent

KS2  Teacher & Computing Lead

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an ambitious KS2 Teacher to join our hard working and friendly team as Computing Lead. 

We are looking for a teacher with a real passion for computing and IT, who is ambitious to grow the area within the school and to develop their own career as a primary computing specialist.

You must have UK QTS or equivalent to be considered for this role.

We welcome applications from practitioners who will:

  • Disseminate high quality teaching pedagogy and practice to secure consistently good or outstanding teaching and learning for our children;
  • Be committed to on-going professional development;
  • Contribute to the wider life of the Academy;
  • Maintain a dynamic and inspiring learning environment
  • Be innovative, highly motivated and eager
  • Have good interpersonal skills and are able to work well as part of a team

Why work at Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane?

Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane is a successful academy based in Tottenham, North London. We strive to provide the best possible education and opportunities for our children to face the challenges of the 21st century. We are welcoming and supportive.

  • A happy, learning environment where everyone is valued
  • A highly motivated staff team
  • Children who are fun to be with and are motivated by enjoyable learning experiences
  • Support for your own professional development

For more information about the position, please download the Candidate Information Pack above. or follow the link If you have any queries regarding this job, please contact Emma Olakisan, PA to the Principal, at or contact the school on 020 8808 3231.