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03/12/21

It’s that time of the week again! Find out what we’ve been up to in our weekly newsletter. OUT NOW! https://t.co/ETWhS49Ylw https://t.co/xBSbbedLqv

03/12/21

Later today, you’ll be able to read all about ’s trip to in our weekly newsletter but, in the meantime, here’s a teaser of what they got up to.. 🏛 https://t.co/ZxLYahKKLm

03/12/21

When writing their conclusion they evaluated that it was difficult to pick the marble out of the flour and this did not make it a fair test as their fingers picking up the marble affected the size of the crater created. What amazing scientists! 2/2 https://t.co/E9zqiYpT9H

03/12/21

The children used flour and marbles to emulate an asteroid impacting the surface of a planet! They dropped marbles into the bowl of flour and had to measure the depth and width of the crater. They learnt the bigger the asteroid the bigger the crater that was created. 1/2 https://t.co/77BvexjyCx

03/12/21

In we learnt about the Mayan numerical system! Mayans were such great mathematicians that they could build pyramids and make calendars! Did you know that they were one of the only two cultures in the world to develop the concept of zero?! https://t.co/608oieJcA0

02/12/21

Are you thinking of applying for a reception place at in 2022? are running some information events that might be of interest: https://t.co/r5WIz1vCLq

02/12/21

We encourage you to consider walking, cycling or scootering to school. Our #SchoolStreet will be extended to Wycombe, Glendish and Halefield Roads from Monday 6 December 2021 to help make this safer for our community. #cleanair 

02/12/21

Wycombe,Glendish and Halefield roads will only be open to those walking, cycling, and scooting from 7.00-8.45am and 3.00-4.45pm, except for vehicles with an exemption. This is to ensure social distancing is possible at the school gate. #SchoolStreet

02/12/21

We are extending our #SchoolStreet with  to include Wycombe Road to create a safer, healthier environment for children as they arrive at school. From Monday 6th Dec this scheme will make pick-up and drop-off times at the school gate cleaner for parents and pupils.

02/12/21

We are so excited that this year, for Christmas, we’ll be heading to - we even have 50 adult tickets to offer on a first come, first served basis! Full details and prices will be in the newsletter tomorrow so keep your eyes peeled! 🎄👀 https://t.co/EdR9kjrmWc

02/12/21

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02/12/21

used a lull in tubes during the tube strike last week to rehearse their nativity songs! Now THAT’S dedication! Well done Year 2!🎶🎵 https://t.co/PRWMrNWcgE

02/12/21

A trip down the Thames anyone?!⛴ can tell you all about the Thames, what questions do you have for our pint-sized experts?! https://t.co/XQdZpmlP7h

02/12/21

trip on the London Eye have them a birds eye view of their amazing city! 🎡 https://t.co/mcDwfvvunh

02/12/21

took a trip to the London Eye and, as we know, that’s quite a distance up and some people dislike heights. Here’s Esther helping Sushmita overcome her fear of heights! We love to see it! 💙 https://t.co/3Yv6wgGNdo

26/11/21

Retweetd From World Class Schools

Everything is creative, original and fun: worldclass. https://t.co/Mx2pSMpT0J

26/11/21

Our newsletter is out now! Have a great weekend everyone! 💙 https://t.co/8tgn5UTyil

26/11/21

This week the children have been exploring the food groups and made some "apple doughnuts" using honey, cream cheese, and different fruits! Utterly scrumptious! 🍎 Look at those happy faces! https://t.co/p1ZOSxj0SL

25/11/21

Nothing makes us happier than seeing our pupil’s wonderful smiles and today learnt how to keep those smiles sparkling and healthy! The children were reminded about brushing twice a day and the importance of flossing! 😁😁😁 https://t.co/nDRp7u9rTO

19/11/21

Well done to our OUTSTANDING MATHLETES who are smashing their scores this term! 🧮➖➕✖️➗ https://t.co/IvN2BXEsrV

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Our Learning Ethos, Aims & Values

Our Mission Statement:

We believe that confidence, self esteem and strong moral values are the keys to successful futures; that all children can make a difference in the world they live. Therefore at HPACP we develop a 'can-do' attitude; empowering every member  of the school family to embrace challenge, take risks and aspire to achieve....

'exceedingly, abundantly, above all we can think or imagine.'

Our Ethos

Learning is at the heart of all we do; learning for children, staff and parents. Our ethos is embedded in our belief that high expectations achieve high outcomes! We also believe in building confidence by giving children opportunities to achieve through challenging and creative learning experiences.

However, academic attainment is not enough. We want to grow children who care enough to make a difference in the world. Therefore, we emphasise strong moral values which together form the daily diet at Harris Coleraine Park.

Our teachers and leaders are ambitious for the children and families of Harris Primary Academy Coleraine Park.

We have high expectations for behaviour and learning and therefore high expectations of outcomes for children.

We want to raise standards and expectations by making sure that, whatever a child’s background or starting point is, they finish Year 6 with the academic skills, social skills and knowledge necessary to succeed. 

This is brought about by having systems and processes that ensure good behaviour; engaging and rigorous teaching; learning and assessment combined with detailed monitoring of achievement and personalised target setting.

Teachers know exactly where each child is in terms of achievement and have stretching targets for them.  Whenever a child needs extra support, we plan work for them in small groups or on a one-to-one basis to give them the additional tuition they require.

Children with identified Special Educational Need or disability will be assessed to be included on the Special Educational Needs register.  Provision for these children is then mapped to ensure that they are able to access the full range of curriculum opportunities to progress and succeed.

Our aim is that each of our students should be able to hit the ground running when they begin secondary school.