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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


Fantastic Caesar - so clear and loud. Is he really only year 1? Amazing


How much further to Bethlehem? Stunning performance by Y1. Amazing. So proud of you


Wow! There’s something going on in Bethlehem and something is definitely going on right here in our hall Amazing


Hustle bustle lets get busy… with our Y1 fantastic singing


Fabulous! . So proud. Well done Reception

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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3.


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Hello everyone and welcome to Year 3.



In our English lessons we will be reading the poem The Spider and the Fly to inform the children’s writing. The children will be describing settings and characters as well as retelling and innovating the story through narratives. Later in the term, we will be writing newspaper reports based around the Christmas story.


Last half term, we were consolidating and deepening the children’s knowledge of place value. We did this concretely through using Dienes equipment and place value counters to prove and justify our thoughts. This half term, we will be applying this knowledge to addition and subtraction through exchanging

Reading Challenge

In year 3 we have carefully selected a set of books which are appropriately challenging and interesting for the children. Please continue to encourage

your children to read these as they will develop their fluency and vocabulary. If the children read six books each half term they will receive a half termly reading challenge certificate. Please support and encourage your child to foster a lifelong love of reading.


PE is a vital part of the school curriculum. This half term PE

will be on Mondays and Tuesdays. However, your child’s PE kit should be brought into school this week and remain here until Christmas to be washed. All children are

required to wear full school PE kit, which is available from the school office.


In history this half term, we are very excited to be learning about the Ancient Egyptians.

We will be learning about the significance of the River Nile, which will be accompanied by our learning in geography. We also be investigating what life was like in Ancient Egypt and using sources to help us.


Our learning in geography will be focussed on rivers. We will be learning to identify different parts of a river and explain their functions which will will consolidate in our exciting trip to the Tames Barrier. We will also be learning about the water cycle and making a water cycle in a bag!