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24/05/22

Reception came out see the hailstorm today! They observed, collected and felt the ice 🧊. They conducted experiments 🔬 by adding it to their water tray and discovered it melts 🫠! https://t.co/aI8h7eoksp

24/05/22

Our clay monsters have now been painted by our fabulous Y1 artists, they have loved exploring this new medium. https://t.co/IsXcvZpb1u

20/05/22

It’s Friday. That can only mean one thing…new newsletter! Out now! https://t.co/f6rxgsOG17 https://t.co/gEYJ5E2zz3

19/05/22

We don’t usually feature reception writing in our newsletter while they’re still finding their feet with language but Dylan has completed some amazing independent writing for Writers Workshop today.He is definitely ready for year 1! https://t.co/Xf4bHYgwX0

19/05/22

The new board games in the playground are going down a STORM! What is your favourite board game?🎲♟ https://t.co/2Eo6FfxLq3

19/05/22

Haringey SEND services are changing!  To better meet the needs of the local community Haringey SEND are changing the way that they work and they want to hear your opinions: https://t.co/2jJS1EJYyv

19/05/22

You know we love our Science at HPAPL. As such, we wanted to draw your attention to - you can find out all about it here: https://t.co/VfEQmGlE2y

19/05/22

Big shout out to Cindy, Jack and Eesa who represented at the Count On Us Primary Challenge! Want to find out how they did? Grab your copy of the newsletter on Friday! 😉 https://t.co/DPrgM9HYME

18/05/22

“Ladies and gentle of Year 6, please take your seats for this afternoon’s performance of !” Eep! So excited! https://t.co/Xp7mWQ5c5f

18/05/22

are enjoying the sunshine in this afternoon ahead of a matinee performance of 🌞🦁 https://t.co/303jPefhYG

18/05/22

Once they’d come back to school after their trips have been writing instructions on how to make a marmalade sandwich. They had a fantastic time making them and even better time eating their delicious, mouthwatering sandwiches! 🥪 https://t.co/4iGdf8TgrN

18/05/22

had a fantastic time this week. They learnt all about red buses that were painted and used in WW1. They also saw the steam trains that were first used in the underground. They had great fun collecting their stamps and asking lots of historical questions! 🚂 https://t.co/mpBpEsA3z0

18/05/22

A group of our students made some transient art in Downhills Park today. They have titled it ‘Natures Birds Nest’, you can find it by the big willow tree…if it is still there. https://t.co/ojrgOhWa1n

18/05/22

Y3 have made these beautiful Navajo coiled pots inspired by Louise Goodman. They used the score and slip technique to add spirals and spheres to the coils. https://t.co/GQscTuSMs4

18/05/22

Year 5 had the pleasure of staying for two nights and three days in Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding beauty. Over the 3 days, the children built shelters, lanterns and mini boats. They explored the stunning surroundings and played adventurous games in the forest. https://t.co/uQEBXBTw0g

18/05/22

What a fun night at the base camp!! More team building activities followed by a fire pit with songs and stories! ⁩ 🪵🔥🎶 https://t.co/WhxFSBheA8

17/05/22

Lantern making before dinner tonight!! Haven’t they done well! Let’s hope they can see better round the fire tonight! 🔥🌳🏕 🪵 ⁦ https://t.co/jc9Lx5yT6b

17/05/22

Our WRAPZ afterschool club children have been enjoying the sunshine and the emergency stash of ice lollies! So refreshing!! https://t.co/RZjE9vD2b4

17/05/22

After a hearty breakfast and a morning play, Y5 have explored the natural wonders of our world 🌎 on a nature walk 🦋🌻🐝🌿🌳 through Holmbury forest. They drank in the views and rolled down the natural beauty of Surrey Hills. https://t.co/o0fRyvX8c9

17/05/22

Fun in the fields!! What a beautiful day ☀️. Year 5 are having the time of their lives . Here’s just some examples of team building at its best! https://t.co/gauEoJG32V

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Teaching & Learning

Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane provides an exciting, personalised learning curriculum, which supports and challenges all of our students and is at the heart of our teaching and learning philosophy. We ensure that all teaching and support staff have access to the highest quality training programmes to provide the most innovative and cutting edge learning opportunities for every pupil.

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.

For further information about individual subjects, homework and how we assess pupil learning and progress, please visit our dedicated Curriculum area where you will be able to view our curriculum overviews. These show the learning for 2016-17 in each subject for each year group.


The Academy aims to:

  • Meet the needs and aspirations of all children
  • Ensure all pupils can successfully access a broad curriculum, making any reasonable adjustments required where particular needs are identified
  • Recognise high achieving pupils and ensure they are given opportunities to stretch and challenge their learning
  • Plan opportunities for pupils to develop their personal potential
  • Establish an agreed range of policies and practices to guarantee a consistent approach towards learning and teaching in every classroom
  • Involve all staff in developing and improving the quality of learning and teaching
  • Provide all staff with developmental opportunities to extend and enhance their range of teaching and repertoires
  • Develop staff to deliver skills beyond their own subject specialism and incorporate cross curricular initiatives, in particular English, mathematics and arts education (art, dance, drama and music)
  • Identify students’ achievements and areas for improvement, through rigorous monitoring of progress and to plan appropriate interventions to enhance their learning.

The suite of policies attached provide further details on how the academy support and progress the aims outlined above.

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