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Nursery places available September 2020 😃 Please fill in the application, which is located on the website and send your completed form to: We accept children from a term after they have turned 3. See you soon


Our brilliant English lessons have been perfected into an online resource for children from R-Y6 are accessind daily on . All you Tube videos embedded and kids can easily access - here’s Y5 Monday’s lesson. Prepare to be impressed


Harris Coleraine family are standing with the Philip Lane community in helping this family.


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Today we have written to LAs, trusts and other orgs overseeing schools and children’s social care outlining the process for ordering devices, following our pledge to provide laptops and tablets for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people across England.


This is your chance to watch all the staff at HPACP and ⁦⁩ wishing Mrs Taylor a happy birthday. It’s fabulous! (18mins! Enjoy) ⁦


Amazing Science here at HPACP! Today our very talented Y6 children displayed their great scientific knowledge with the rest of the school. They displayed fun-filled activities and allowed the children to join in with bubble blowing, building with marshmallows and so much more....


World Book day at HPACP! The office staff and teachers are causing a stir with their amazing efforts to impress the children on this fun filled day! Stay tuned for more amazing costumes...... 🤩🤩


Here at HPACP, the children have been busy buying their books for their very own home library during lunch time.#myhomelibrary


World book day is tomorrow!! What will you be wearing? Maybe you will be Burglar Bill, a ladybird, the Gruffalo or Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz... use your imagination and be creative! 🤩🤩🤩#Worldbookday


Great first try of backward roll to straddle - boys for gymnastics!


From a position of weakness HPACP storm through and win this race overtaking the overall winners - our lovely family at HPAPL EXTREMELY proud of how far you’ve come.


CONGRATULATIONS to our amazing athletic team who won every sprint race, but were pipped on the field events - overall winning a fantastic 3rd place. SO PROUD. Watch and see HPACP pip the overall winners, our extended family the HPAPL Team


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Congratulations to our amazing athletic team who BEAT every contender in heat 3 and are now through to the Haringey final on Thursday. Check out HPACP and HPAPL neck and neck in the sprints.


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Harris Academy Coleraine Park - wonderful performance by students on Friday afternoons.


More dancing and clapping. So brilliant year 1


The three kings boogie to Hey Ewe


hey ewe - come back here and watch some more of this amazing y1


The wise men arrive… brilliant singing, acting, enthusiasm. So amazed and proud at Year 1

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Year 2

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Welcome to Year 2 for Autumn 2 term everyone!

 Dear Parents,

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you back to the second half of the Autumn term of this year. I hope that you have all had an enjoyable and restful break and that the children are refreshed and ready for our exciting new topic this half term. Our topic this term is ‘Awe and Wonder’ where the children will be exploring the language features, performances and meanings of poetry. This newsletter will provide you with all the information that you need regarding our expectations, trips and class topics. Please do come to us with any questions that you may have.


For the first 4 weeks of this half term we will be focusing our learning on the language features used in poetry. Our focus in English will be where the children will explore the poetic devices (e.g. rhyming), descriptive language and rich vocabulary used. The children will start off by developing their skills in using descriptive language such as adjectives, expanded noun phrases and similes through various Julia Donaldson texts including ‘Snail and the Whale’, ‘The Highway Rat’ and ‘Stick Man’. Reading with your child daily at home will heavily support the development of their vocabulary, descriptive language and reading fluency.


Last term our learning was based heavily on place value. This half term will we be focusing on addition and subtraction. We will start off with finding number bonds up to 20 (learning all of the different ways to make numbers up to 20). This is a foundation to adding and subtracting which will then be used and applied to adding larger numbers together.

We will then move onto word problems based on addition and subtraction which relate to real-life contexts. This will also incorporate SATs style questions.

 It is essential that children are practicing their fluency of numbers bonds and time tables regularly. Please take the time to help your child by practicing at home. If you are unsure of what type of games to use to make this learning time more engaging, come and speak to us, so we can best support you and your child.


Our PE days are Monday and Friday. It is essential that children arrive with a complete PE kit. Make sure all their clothes are labelled with their name clearly.

 Learning theme – Awe and Wonder

In the last four weeks of this term, we will be looking at the Christmas Story. This is a key part of the children’s R.E. (religious education) learning, so please ensure your child is able to participate.

We will learn about why it is an important story to know through imaginative lessons and a performance of a ‘Christmas Nativity Play’. The play is to be confirmed, however tickets will be available for the performance at the beginning of December. Please look out for year 2’s performance date in the newsletter. We hope you will all come along to support the children’s learning.