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03/03/21

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Going back to school can be difficult for some children. It can help to get into a good routine before term starts. We've got tips on getting into a back-to-school routine and more advice on supporting children with school: https://t.co/U3OdpVq0tC https://t.co/XUL8NtrRq9

02/03/21

After the success of Mr Hollis’ cook along, we return to the kitchen for Mrs Lambert-Dale’s bake along! 🧁 👩‍🍳 🎂 Don’t forget to get your ingredients for Friday! https://t.co/ulQ2GUifDR

01/03/21

We can’t wait to see your costumes on Thursday! See our letter on MCAS (resent from before half term) if you need any ideas for easy costumes! https://t.co/VeJaT7dHRG

28/02/21

Well done Chelsea and you are welcome! Miss Arnold loved seeing all your pictures! 🖼 🎨 https://t.co/cbKLBU1a3d

26/02/21

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Vinnie had fun at the draw along! Thanks ! https://t.co/leNE9RFmmx

26/02/21

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Drawing fun - Ellie says “thank you Miss Arnold!” 🖊 🎨 https://t.co/vUWb4kiQDh

26/02/21

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Trephie and Treasure's Draw Along Pictures https://t.co/66CjmRxpte

26/02/21

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Sophia F. 's drawing. Thank you ❤️ https://t.co/OoePgiuwjs

26/02/21

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Alicia's Drawing and beautiful affirmations. Have a nice weekend 😊. https://t.co/tIxrypyAwj

26/02/21

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Alyssia loved the draw along with Miss Arnold! https://t.co/NOGDY0HZrQ

26/02/21

We had great fun at tonight's Draw Along! Thank you Miss Arnold for hosting and for your fabulous video! We thought all of your drawings were great! https://t.co/XZy3UcFIBa

26/02/21

You are welcome!! We love your drawing!

26/02/21

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Another great Friday night activity with Sofia’s lovely school. Sofia didn’t fancy it...so I joined in instead. Thank you https://t.co/daJxtbvflE

26/02/21

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Mason Moore picture Draw along with Miss Arnold https://t.co/SB9I2JHpUO

26/02/21

Draw along is just starting! ✍️ 🖼 🎨 https://t.co/gmGbUlbvsW

26/02/21

Please contact us and ask for Miss Ibrahim if you feel your child may need some support regarding the return to schools on Monday 8th March. https://t.co/lPSOqoVuyi

25/02/21

Next week will be time for us to get back in to the kitchen for Bake Along! Here are the ingredients you will need. We’ll be making brownies - nut free, dairy free and vegan friendly if required! Don’t forget it’s Miss Arnold’s Draw Along tomorrow! https://t.co/KGo9iw93Ch

25/02/21

Don't forget you only have a few days left to upload your February Community Champion photos and videos to the Teams assignment. We have loved looking at all of the great activities you have been up to at home. Mrs Lambert-Dale is waiting to send messages back to you!😀 https://t.co/SisVdhvMBq

23/02/21

Time to get creative everyone! Bring a paper, pencil, colouring pencils/pens/paint. 🎨 ✏️ 🖼 https://t.co/fnpuQUKT9P

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Ethos and Values

The whole community strive for Harris Primary Academy Purley Way to be best it can possibly be which is encapsulated by our vision statement: “Excellence for All”. Our core values of: Positivity, Ambition and Growth, underpin everything that happens in our academy and we have high expectations that these are followed and modelled by all staff, parents and children.

As a result of the exceptional practice at our school every single day our children achieve outstanding outcomes each year and we are incredibly proud of them. Alongside academic achievement, we want our academy to be a safe and caring space with the children excited and happy to come to school every day to learn, grow and develop.


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HPAPW Community Champions

Our Community Champion themes are revisited each year, to ensure children leave HPAPW with a clear understanding of these topics and a commitment to being champions of these areas themselves in their future lives. We feel passionate that these themes should not only be taught discretely and instead should form the foundation, rather than an ‘add on’ or tokenistic teaching approach. Although a monthly theme has been chosen, this does not mean to say these topics are not covered throughout the year, rather that we believe it is important to explore the theme in greater detail discreetly. Furthermore, we intend to add other key advocates to the overview in the document below and welcome any suggestions. We are looking forward to working with our parents and local community to support us with our challenges and events. 

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