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21/05/18

San Sebastian were immaculately turned out on Friday for the Royal Celebrations! https://t.co/djrrLTUQAb

21/05/18

More from our celebrations on Friday! Year 3 Valencia enjoying the https://t.co/pMqYhqeNBH

21/05/18

Retweetd From Adrienne Crossley

Great job Valencia!

18/05/18

One for every child. Happy Royal Wedding! 👰🏽💍🎩 https://t.co/zex3JqasLd

18/05/18

Valencia’s wedding dress challenge winner. Doesn’t she look wonderful!! 👰🏾 https://t.co/DEgrmBd9Zr

18/05/18

Let the celebrations commence!! https://t.co/fSR2wLQqqA

17/05/18

I think we’re ready for our tomorrow! A huge thanks to Miss Durrant’s Year 5 helpers! https://t.co/bRAsXpSQWX

17/05/18

Retweetd From Cem Kaplan

Well done year 6!

17/05/18

Leon class have been desperate to get out their learning journals this morning! It's wonderful to see how passionate they are about their learning, we look forward to sharing them with you again! https://t.co/fMk8puwvH8

17/05/18

And they’re done! Congratulations Year 6 - you worked incredibly hard towards your SATs this week! https://t.co/G0TOMwxodE

16/05/18

Malaga class bringing their freeze frames, for our setting descriptions, to life! Can you guess what objects/animals or plants can be found in Mr and Mrs Twit’s garden? https://t.co/L7KSYRMlIj

16/05/18

Granada class will be performing at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 4th June. Granada – follow this link to practice your songs! https://t.co/o41IqdP1LV

16/05/18

San Sebastián investigating the effect of surface area on air resistance! https://t.co/MK96LZ4Wuv

11/05/18

Our boys won all their matches today! Whooop! https://t.co/T3380Y6401

11/05/18

Good luck to these crazy kids next week!! https://t.co/nTGDQOlpw2

11/05/18

Look at our Wonderful Worms Wall! We have learnt so much about worms in our book of the week 'Yucky Worms' and even wrote our own facts about them! Did you know that worms have 10 hearts?! https://t.co/7ynsS3Tjnx

11/05/18

Retweetd From SF Said

Thank YOU so much! It was a total pleasure to meet your brilliant young readers & writers, and to see such enthusiasm for reading & books - the teachers at HPA are clearly doing a fantastic job!

10/05/18

Our fantastic fitness team! Don’t forget to bring your PE kits next Thursday. Catch Miss Nelson in the playground if you’re interested in joining! https://t.co/0txRTjTEJn

10/05/18

Thanks so much to the inspirational - what a fantastic afternoon! HPAPL are now influenced more than ever to become fabulous readers and writers. https://t.co/11acGycAPj

10/05/18

Madrid Class was so excited to find that our butterflies came out over the weekend! The children have really enjoyed watching them transform over the past few weeks. https://t.co/TTsVZmsu9w

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.

    Academy Pupil Council

    Our academy councillors play a very important role to support our improvement. Each class nominates one representative to attend regular meetings to share and discuss ideas. Each class is also represented by the boy and girl who finished the previous half term with the most Dojos. 

    There are three council representatives from each class. The academy council meetings take place every second week. The meetings during 2016-17 are led by Ms Penzer,  who circulates the minutes to the senior leaders and all teachers so we can respond quickly to our pupil councillors.

    Last year  the academy council supported transformation to our  playground, helping us to choose new zones and equipment. They also planned questions for  the  annual pupil survey and helped the Principal decide  some areas to improve, including our lunches and playtime safety. The council also enjoyed working alongside the Friends of Philip Lane for World Book Day 2015. They  held a successful book swap and sold cakes which to raise £88 for future events. They also worked hard to raise money for several charities including;

    • £120 for The Richards House Children’s Hospice. We completed a sponsor form for a week of good deeds
    • £200 for Comic Relief. We donated £1 to wear red for the day - we  painted everyone’s noses red!

    More recently the Academy councillors organised the Christmas Shoe Box appeal in November/December 2015. Over 200 gifts were sent to children in India and Syria. They also raised over £500 for children in need 2015 by dressing up and collecting money before and after school.