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27/07/20

Retweetd From Shirin sheikh-Bahai

Congratulations to Year6 students at HPACP for successfully raising fund to adapt 14 endangered animals from WWF list in their Science Project! Hats off and THANK YOU!

27/07/20

Retweetd From Shirin sheikh-Bahai

Inspired by Itza Digital science resources, young students at Harris Federation Primary Academies respond to WWF - Fighting for Your World call!

11/07/20

The weekly newsletter is on the website. Please email us if you want to receive it directly. Lots of information this week. Page 1 - 2weeks summer school for y5 pupils. Catch up starts in August! https://t.co/kpx0lqyni2

11/07/20

Star of the week and free tech course for parents. Last page of our weekly newsletter. Hope you enjoyed https://t.co/34s8hAMSoO

11/07/20

great work this week - even writing to the prime minister. Thank you to our amazing team https://t.co/mPGecLyC1v

11/07/20

Summary of September - what school will look like. https://t.co/SEKuW2ja4k

11/07/20

New classes next year. What you’ve all been waiting to hear… Y5 you get the special privilege of 3 world class teachers in classes of 20! https://t.co/XQp1XRONBJ

11/07/20

New school day 8:30-4:30pm in Autumn Term and to enable full coverage of all subjects AND recovery curriculum. Thank you to our amazing teachers. This is what it means to be World Class https://t.co/NQLwJVsrI6

11/07/20

A full 6-weeks of online learning written by our outstanding team of world class teachers available to all children in HPACP and . Thanks to amazing staff 4 weeks of monitoring, feedback and help too! Please log in and keep learning https://t.co/pG4OcouD8b

27/06/20

Retweetd From Guardian Education

Payback time: academic's plan to launch Free Black University in UK https://t.co/RM6cOku82I

26/06/20

#2 “My Story Matters” by our beautiful,, positive, inspirational teacher Ms Dos Santos. So proud of our staff team who chose to help us understand. Thank you! Take a few minutes to watch it here https://t.co/u6kdmi6CEy https://t.co/AWXGlitOzw

26/06/20

This week’s newsletter other half - p4-7. Fabulous work at home and at school. Superb writing, challenging protests, brilliant stories to listen to, next week’s cold lunch menu and a birthday girl with a beautiful smile https://t.co/D3oOn9qITB

26/06/20

This week’s newsletter p1-3. Updating you with the amazing work done by our BLM team and our kids. Fantastic job everyone. So proud of you all. https://t.co/2NOvubW6yi

26/06/20

So proud! After a full day of teaching their bubbles 1 HLTA teaches 2 colleagues GCSE biology in prep for their exams. What a team! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/AJfU8lFsIw

26/06/20

No cross contamination of bubbles with online video lessons from specialist teachers. Thank you Ms Hastings for teaching ⁦⁩ and us. We love Music on Wednesdays ⁦⁩ ⁦https://t.co/IOCXsgsxXi

26/06/20

Adelina arrived in the UK in Y1: a fluent Romanian speaker. Now in Y5 she not only shows her mastery of the English language but also her simplistic understanding of justice through her emotive poem https://t.co/tW4yo9ZQ0l

26/06/20

Y6 have been learning about heritage, history, injustice and change. They wrote speeches and created posters to simply share their views. https://t.co/pIlZHQVxfe

24/06/20

Hi Thankbyou for responding. we would love to know clubs in Tottenham area please email info.org.uk

24/06/20

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

New Reception parents information booklet - Dates for the year. Not sure on gov guidance for extended day yet. Attendance matters! https://t.co/3MS087htIu

24/06/20

Retweetd From HPA Philip Lane

New Reception parents information booklet. We have a fantastic series of workshops planned which will now be on ZOOM. The password is in your paper pack. https://t.co/ZVCzJ3HEOt

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.

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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.