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14/12/18

And by Reception, of course we meant Year 1...🤪 https://t.co/ZA1pK9pjSb

14/12/18

Well spotted Carole! You're right!

13/12/18

We think they’re amazing! What do you think? Who’s coming tomorrow? https://t.co/o8mRmPTerM

13/12/18

Reception were in fine voice this morning! https://t.co/9b2Rr1u20w

13/12/18

It's beginning to look a lot like at HPAPL! https://t.co/hxLGUUNDiL

12/12/18

Attention . We would love to get your feedback on how you are using our online learning journal Tapestry. Please complete this short survey at https://t.co/vKOq7pBegc We thank you very much in advance!

12/12/18

Ms Fauzia is teaching some of the WRAPZ kids how to knit using pencils! Maybe a scarf for Christmas? https://t.co/1Lm1vS2Ip6

11/12/18

Reception and Nursery had a fantastic time watching the yesterday! Thank you very much for a brilliant performance! https://t.co/gdkyVtHOX3

10/12/18

HPAPL News Edition 12; https://t.co/GOaaADFLA4

05/12/18

A surprise visitor turned up in Castille class yesterday! I wonder where Fred will be today... https://t.co/MYxT3DJNuG

03/12/18

Last week, Year 3 had a fabulous day out at Bruce castle. They got to explore the castle and the lovely portraits of Georgian Britain. They also attended a workshop to explore real stone age tools from Prehistoric Britain. https://t.co/09KVtrgzVT

30/11/18

FOPL Christmas Fair https://t.co/bTJg3Cf2ok

30/11/18

Retweetd From Adrienne Crossley

Well done HPAPL choir and Miss Hastings! Lovely concert!

29/11/18

Castille have planted a maple tree in our KS1 garden area as part of the initiative. We talked about what trees need to grow and will continue to nurture it in the future https://t.co/G1wGKd2XYr

29/11/18

Our catering company hvea asked our parents/carers to complete the survey in the following link by 7th December. The survey should be completed with your child/children and should take no more than 10 mins: https://t.co/XeQEPcFMPR

29/11/18

Wow – what a talented bunch of musicians. We heard from Year 4 and the Year 5 and 6 cello and violin continuers yesterday. They’ve worked so hard and sounded fantastic. Thank you Thomas, Laura and Sarah, our fantastic Haringey teachers! https://t.co/20mnnCmXpH

28/11/18

HPAPL Choir did us proud last night at the Young Supporters Concert. A great evening for a great cause! Well done all 38 of our choir! https://t.co/iyzRbuzHKo

28/11/18

Even the babies get fed at breakfast club. Sushi anyone?! https://t.co/V7gJIr6pXA

28/11/18

breakfast club are getting in the festive spirit early with some decoration making! https://t.co/sz2XbyvcvL

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.

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Our aims, values and learning ethos

At Harris Primary Academy the children and their education matter more than anything else. We strive for everyone to be the best they can. We articulate our vision daily through our work with the 7Ps.

Passion

Purpose

Progress

Positivity

Participation

Partner work

Pace

Our aims and values underpin our curriculum, teaching and learning.  We revisit and reflect on these in our day to day work with the pupils and wider community. Our aims and values are strongly reflected in our Culture for Learning Policy and  our expectations of  all staff and pupils.

We aim to ensure the positive mental health and emotional wellbeing  for all children to ensure they are happy and can achieve to their full potential.

British Values

At HPAPL we aim to uphold the importance of ‘acceptance and engagement with the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; the pupils develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain’ as laid out in the Ofsted Schools Inspections Handbook, 2015.

 We aim to:

  • Provide a safe,  welcoming and stimulating environment where children enjoy learning and playing
  • Foster a love of learning within a structured, broad and balanced curriculum
  • Support our pupils to grow up well in modern Britain by making informed choices, staying safe and by valuing opinions within the context of mutual respect and understanding
  • Provide high standards of teaching to develop and deepen knowledge, skills and understanding in all subjects
  • Develop self - esteem so each pupil has positive belief in their individual abilities and potential.
  • To develop learning skills by encouraging a sense of curiosity, open-mindedness, perseverance, objectivity, reflection and critical thinking.
  • To nurture pupil diversity emphasising individual talents in a wide range of fields, including academic, music, sport, art and drama.

Our Values:

  • We value the way in which all children are unique, and our curriculum promotes respect for the views of each individual, as well as for people of all cultures.
  • We value tolerance, respect and promote fair play in all we do
  • We value a working partnership with parents  and families to support each pupil’s  learning, progress and well-being
  • We value the spiritual and moral development of each pupil, as well as their intellectual and physical growth.
  • We value the importance of each person in our community. We organise our curriculum so that we promote co-operation and understanding between all members of our community.
  • We value our environment and we aim through our curriculum to teach respect for our world, and how we should care for it.

We also want to be available to our pupil's parents/guardians when they need to speak to us about any concerns, worries or updates you feel you may need. In the first instance please contact your child's teacher or Anthony Delaney on info@harrisprimaryacademyphiliplane.org.uk should you wish to make contact with someone at the school and he will direct you accordingly.

For any queries relating to SEN(D) matters, please mark your correspondence for the attention of Alison Berry and she will respond to you as a matter of priority.