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21/01/22

have taken the code of life in their own hands and made their own gene sequence! Try asking them what DNA stands for - they know how to pronounce Deoxyribonucleic Acid! https://t.co/rdEcY2JDwQ

21/01/22

Jumping into the weekend like… https://t.co/CPMaeDS2ha

21/01/22

And so come to the end of their 2 week swimming lessons at the Olympic pool in Stratford. They’ve done so well! We highly encourage you to keep up the progress with lessons/fun swims at local pools! 🏊🏽 https://t.co/RfgIwA0DUg

20/01/22

Of course we meant peak not peat! https://t.co/NgQeBSL1yr

20/01/22

A sneak peat at our athletes adventures today! Grab your copy of our newsletter tomorrow to see how they got on!!🏃🏽‍♂️🏃🏽‍♀️ https://t.co/UEKxKLU0IH

20/01/22

HPAPL’s Ayah, Huxley and Mattie are going to be published authors! 📖They entered their own mini sagas into the ‘Adventure Hunters’ competition and showcased imagination, creativity, originality and great use of language. Well done to our incredible writers! ✍️ https://t.co/MGvk9qNPcS

19/01/22

More art!! We take pride in all our artwork here at Philip Lane. We promise to share more! https://t.co/AmEHKj0vKr

18/01/22

Our popular Holiday Club is returning in February half term! Book your place to avoid disappointment! https://t.co/ZSuXAe4g6W

18/01/22

Y2 have been identifying primary and secondary colours within a O’Keeffe painting this week in art. They had lots of mixing fun trying to recreate the colours used. https://t.co/jioK5OSRXx

14/01/22

🗓 Sadly, our strings continuers concert on 27th January has been postponed. Please keep your eye on the newsletter going forward for a new date.

14/01/22

If you’re a fan of incredible ceramics then should be on your list! Thanks for your support, Emma! 🏺 https://t.co/MhdkOndT3G

14/01/22

More fantastic, generous companies who lent us their support! Thank you 🧘🏽🙏🏽 https://t.co/oEVCriL09L

14/01/22

It’s Friday, and you know what that means: New Newsletter time! Read all about our week here; https://t.co/euOfWAb0oi https://t.co/d6ZDGv1itU

14/01/22

We are so grateful to the following local businesses who donated prizes to our Christmas Fair! Alexandra Palace Ice Rink Prestige Pattiserie Tottenham Green Market Little Angle Theatre Downhills Park Cafe Perkyns, West Green Road Nando’s, Wood Green https://t.co/JgkIHzEBfw

14/01/22

Wrapz after school club is always a hive of activity at HPAPL! https://t.co/5oXwkKoQv4

13/01/22

Y3 have been busy analysing a design brief for their DT project this term - Phone holders. They have looked at the wants and needs of their target audience and existing products. https://t.co/4QV4E1b9i4

12/01/22

Smoothie making in Y5 today with - they were so delicious and healthy that even the adults had to get involved!! https://t.co/xWgEtiQryZ

12/01/22

This week have been learning how to make their own patterns with different maths resources! 🧮 https://t.co/EGuOw9L8Qa

12/01/22

We’re so excited to launch our clubs again next week! Have you booked your place? https://t.co/zgnuK2ESRt

07/01/22

Year 4 Dahl Class were investigating the importance of saliva in their digestive system. Who can eat 2 crackers in 30 seconds? https://t.co/N7SwVa9jmE

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Partnership with families

At HPAPL  we aim to establish a mutually supportive and respectful relationship with all our parents where trust and respect is at the heart of all we do.

We value the unique insight that parents can provide into their children’s learning and acknowledge that learning begins and continues in the home environment. By working in close partnership  we seek to nurture in the children the development of trust, respect, confidence, independence, self-esteem and the desire to learn.

We aim to keep parents and carers very well informed about their child’s learning, progress, well- being, behaviour and attendance. We work in partnership with families in order to help every pupil achieve their full potential.

Each term there are focused workshops to support parents’ understanding about our curriculum and strategies to support children at home. 

Our parents are encouraged to share their views about academy life in a number of ways e.g. we undertake an annual survey, provide feedback forms at our currciculum workshops and regualrly meet with parents formally and informally across the year. We value this feedback and use it to support our continued improvement. Parents may also share their views by visiting http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk/

We also have a very dedicated team of staff who work very closely with our parents to:

  • provide pastoral support for pupils and families
  • support and monitor attendance and punctuality providing practical support for families  
  • meet with parents to discuss issues and problems, and running group sessions and workshops for parents at school;
  • advising parents on behaviour strategies and parenting skills;
  • liaising with relevant professionals and individuals, e.g. educational psychologists, the police and other social services;
  • helping with transition activities for parents and learners moving to secondary schools

Low Traffic Neighbourhood

Currently Haringey Council are prosing an LTN which will enforce all vehicles to travel down specific roads in the local area. One of these is Philip Lane which will cause considerable negative consequences to our school and community. We are encouraging as many parents, staff and friends of the school to write to the council. Below is an example letter for you to edit where necessary - the deadline is 15th September 2021.

Friends of Philip Lane

Friends of Philip Lane is run by parents and carers to make sure there are lots of ways our families can meet each other and support the happy, inclusive atmosphere here at Philip Lane. Social and fund raising events organised by Friends of Philip Lane also help to provide those little extras to enhance our children's time at the academy.

We encourage our pupils, including the academy councillors to support the work of Friends of Philip Lane. That way, they can contribute to wider aspects of academy life and develop their creative planning and organisational skills. Events are advertised in the  monthly newsletter, by flyers, our text service and the calendar on this website.

It is vital that parents / carers involved to get involved via Friends of Philip Lane so we can run our annual events like the Winter Fare, Summer Barbeque and Fun Run.

About once per half term, Friends of Philip Lane meet via Coffee Mornings to plan upcoming events. There are also small working groups who organise specific activities. The aim is for each class to have a Friends of Philip Lane parent / carer representative.

Currently the Friends of Philip Lane board consists of Lisa Arghyrou (chair) and Martha Parava (secretary).

If you are interested in becoming involved in any way, Friends of Philip Lane can  be contacted on the following email address: funfopl@gmail.com

Please also feel free to approach any of the board members directly.

You can also find Friends of Philip Lane on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/349359151906367/