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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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Safeguarding

The welfare and safety of our pupils is a priority at Philip Lane and underpins all our work. Our inclusion team meet regularly to review the quality and impact of our safety practices at Philip Lane. We also have a health and safety committee who meet each half term. If you have any concerns about the safety of any of our pupils, the responsible staff can be contacted on 020 8808 3231 or by email on: info@harrisprimaryphiliplane.org.uk.

The key staff are as follows:

Designated Child Protection Officer/Prevent Lead: Joanne Taylor 
Deputy Designated Child Protection:    

Simone Durrant

Nicholas Kelman

Thomas Avery

Acting Medical Needs:                                                                     Ellen Maguire
Attendance and punctuality:                                                                    Sandra Miron
Special Educational Needs and Disability:                         Patricia Horsnell
Responsible Governor for Safeguarding: Laura Berman

The related policies that underpin our safety practices can be found in the Key Information section.

At Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane we are focused on keeping up to date with developments in safeguarding training/policy and as such all staff undergo safeguarding training with updates relating to Keeping Children Safe In Education. Our senior team has had specific training in Safer Recruitment. Through this training our staff are informed as to how to recognize and report abuse, such as;

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) comprises all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs. It is illegal in the UK and a form of child abuse with long-lasting harmful consequences. It is a statutory duty upon teachers along with regulated health and social care professionals in England and Wales, to report to the police where they discover (either through disclosure by the victim or visual evidence) that FGM appears to have been carried out on a girl under 18.

Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse where children are sexually exploited for money, power or status. It can involve violent, humiliating and degrading sexual assaults. In some cases, young people are persuaded or forced into exchanging sexual activity for money, drugs, gifts, affection or status. Consent cannot be given, even where a child may believe they are voluntarily engaging in sexual activity with the person who is exploiting them

Sexting: Whilst professionals refer to the issue as ‘sexting’ there is no clear definition of ‘sexting’. Creating and sharing sexual photos and videos of under-18s is illegal and it a presents a range of risks which need careful management.

‘Honour-based’ violence (HBV) encompasses crimes which have been committed to protect or defend the honour of the family and/or the community, including Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), forced marriage, and practices such as breast ironing. All forms of so called HBV are abuse (regardless of the motivation) and should be handled and escalated as such.

Our Prevent Duty guidelines are set out in terms of four general themes: Risk assessment, working in partnership, staff training and IT policies. These themes are reviewed annually and changes made accordingly where necessary.

Haringey’s LADO is Shauna McAllister. For advice and information about allegations against staff and volunteers the  contact number is 020 8489 2968/1186 or email LADO@haringey.gov.uk

 

 

 

 

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