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08/12/21

Year 3 and 4 had a cracking good time and snow ❄️ much fun at today. Their eyes 👀 were igloo’d to the show!! https://t.co/UdOe1uL3X5

07/12/21

We were delighted to have a visit today from some WONDERFUL actors who brought the joy of panto directly to - given restrictions that have hampered theatre 🎭 and performance over the last 2 years. https://t.co/FpOVstEmeh

07/12/21

Calling all Y3 and 4 parents, carers, aunts and uncles! There are still more tickets left - call the office or visit parent pay to purchase tickets! https://t.co/mdmuMzPs40

03/12/21

Y3 and Y4 Parents/Carers - Get the date in your diary - Wednesday 8th December the pupils are off to to see The Nutcracker on Ice.. We have a limited number of tickers for our parents/carers only - check out the Newsletter this weekend for more information! https://t.co/7BIMMW7pAb

03/12/21

After a challenging week - a lovely snippet of feedback from Dylans mum in Reception Cooke class https://t.co/n6YD5Bwaub

03/12/21

In between swimming and learning our amazing Y6s are helping with the final Christmas decorations! Also did anyone else spot what Ms Durrant was sat by for the Star of the Week assembly?! 🎄🎄 https://t.co/wEIhH4SSOW

26/11/21

Newsletter out now! Have a great weekend everyone! 💜 https://t.co/sgQ8CfrXhl

25/11/21

Year 2 trip to the London Eye WILL STILL go ahead. Year 6 Horowitz must meet at school tomorrow at 12.30pm for their final swimming lesson. You will receive Zoom codes first thing tomorrow morning. We will be in touch tomorrow with further information. Kind regards HPAPL

25/11/21

However, as you know, we are well-practised in home learning so we will be teaching a full timetable and your children need to log on to Purple Mash and Zoom as they did before.

25/11/21

*ANNOUNCEMENT* Unfortunately school will be CLOSED TOMORROW. The gas supply to the school has had to be turned off and therefore we cannot open. We have an emergency team coming on site tomorrow and we are hoping to get the problem fixed in order to reopen on Monday.

25/11/21

Lab coats on, our intrepid scientists have been busy at work this week! Who knows what they’ll discover?! https://t.co/2YlPpbOxhJ

25/11/21

Nativity rehearsals are go! The hall is never as lively as when the children take to the stage for their yearly rehearsals! 🎭 https://t.co/82s6Vp6kdn

24/11/21

Y2 have been testing their emergency vehicles against different criteria. One of the criteria was to see if it could travel at least 1 meter in distance, this one certainly could! https://t.co/NDAVYsaPy7

19/11/21

You can read all about Horowitz’s swimming adventures in the newsletter this week but in the meantime here’s a picture from them en route to the OLYMPIC POOL today! No big deal! 🏊🏽 https://t.co/iI9vd8JSVG

19/11/21

2/2 The greenhouses don’t need to be watered because of … you guessed it… the water cycle, which continually waters the plants! Over the last week, the plants have grown tall from just a seed! 🌱

19/11/21

In science and geography the past 2 weeks, we’ve done an amazing bit of cross curricula learning. We learned about the water cycle in geography and how the earth cannot run out of water. Then in science we built 6 different greenhouses made of transparent plastics.1/2 https://t.co/CQFKX8Kjbq

19/11/21

have been busy in their DT lesson preparing some deliciously healthy salads. They worked in small groups, perfecting their claw and bridge techniques to keep their fingers safe when using a knife. All the pupils worked together beautifully! Well done Year 3! https://t.co/obXbzzz5EL

19/11/21

You may remember we featured the TTRS England Rocks in the newsletter last week? Well, Year 6 Horowitz really worked hard and came 103rd out of all the classes in the country taking part (about 30,000). That’s pretty impressive if you ask us! https://t.co/xg8goESllk

19/11/21

Our have been observing mould that they diligently grew on scientifically prepared slices of bread! 🍞🔬 https://t.co/IbaXkI9Z3T

19/11/21

As the evening are getting darker, particularly if the children are leaving after school clubs, please think about adding a reflective strip to coats/bags etc and/or some bright clothing so they’re more visible in the poor light! https://t.co/2Zsl0yQGA5

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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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