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11/06/21

Check out our specialist newsletter via the website and sign up to the after school sports club on offer! https://t.co/KdH8uKutQ1

08/06/21

Basket ball fun Year 6 take some time to show the little ones in Year 1 how to dribble the ball in their PE lessons. The children had a great session. Well done HPACP! https://t.co/2O4UuTTuZ6

18/05/21

Happy Birthday Ms Eva 🎁🎈🎉 Wishing you a very Happy Birthday, thank you for everything you do for us . We hope you have an amazing day!😄😄 https://t.co/ZL16sLPD5L

14/05/21

Generous Princesses Our amazing Y4 girls Taliyah and Isla, decided to donate their long, beautiful hair to The Little Princess Trust. Their charitable actions will change the lives of little girls all around us. We are very proud you both! https://t.co/OmdsgHRMof

13/05/21

Wonderful collaboration in Y3 today. They have been writing persuasive letters based on their class text The Jungle Book. https://t.co/NQrbxWjsqg

22/04/21

Year 5 and 6 have a new addition to their playground. Three new football tables! The children love playing with these at break and lunchtimes. https://t.co/gvNL7kLAnv

08/04/21

Reception had an art lesson today looking at Monet’s paintings and recreating their own Lily pads. Even in holiday academy they are working hard to create wonderful art work. https://t.co/TFr0klEEAz

04/04/21

The are broadcasting their &Juliet tonight and we can’t wait! Particularly Year 4 who did their own online production this year! https://t.co/RjRJHK8ZlA

03/04/21

Thank you so much to Barings who provided thousands of freshly cooked meals to our families throughout lockdown. What a blessing. https://t.co/NEvLIzw0rZ

01/04/21

Easter Egg Surprise 🐣 The children here at HPACP are all excited by the stacks of pyramids in their classrooms. Have a lovely Easter break and stay safe! https://t.co/AbdbjkEIZw

01/04/21

Board game fun The children are enjoying a fun packed morning of board game bonanza!! https://t.co/vq3vXS2t4E

01/04/21

All the children have really enjoyed their classic board games morning. We have had all the classics including Ludo, Guess Who and UNO. https://t.co/2e7tkxaiNT

30/03/21

The sun is shining 🌞 So Y4 took advantage of the lovely weather and had story time outside. https://t.co/RojB4vgKXO

25/03/21

Happy Birthday, Ms Knight! Madeline's amazing mum created a balloontastic surprise for our lovely Ms Knight. We hope she enjoys her special day! https://t.co/DTIIUcUPMJ

24/03/21

Recepetion have been making bread today! They mixed the dough and are kneading it into shape. Well done Reception. https://t.co/YjEgYHoPhw

23/03/21

Parent Meetings Can we please remind all parents that their parent meeting slips must be returned by end of day tomorrow. Appointment times will be handed out on Friday 26th March, please ensure you get yours! All meetings will be held via Zoom.😃

23/03/21

Y3Z are exploring division using concrete resources to deepen their conceptual understanding. Well done year 3! https://t.co/K1VQnqRSnH

22/03/21

Our amazing Y6 children are working so hard to develop their writing. Today they are planning non-fiction writing using outstanding vocabulary. https://t.co/069gLJ5KY8

21/03/21

Well-being matters: after health and safety checks and Covid tests, our wonderful team sharing breakfast before working hard to ensure we maintain our world class education https://t.co/YKhB7wkdPR

13/03/21

World book day is so much fun but who enjoys dressing up the most? https://t.co/xJgRRd4MPs

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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.