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Sir Dan Moynihan tells : “ will be research-led, evidence-based, with a national reach but regionally run, and with a central structure to ensure appropriate oversight and challenge.”


Huge thank you and well done to all staff for their efforts to get into school despite the disruption to public transport - some went to extraordinary lengths as detailed here by


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Community Champions: Our Y1s have taken a keen interest in wildlife this week. As part of the Community Champions theme this month and their Geography topic, they did a local walk. Tree hugging made fun!


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Huge appreciation of our wonderful staff who made valiant efforts to get in today so not to disrupt the learning of our students. A special thanks to Mr Hyde who departed his house at *2:45am* to board a coach to get to us this morning


Retweetd From Malcolm Drakes fantastic recognition of the work staff, pupils, parents & our team have put into sustaining an Primary school


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Bravo Amélie! An amazing piece of work. Deservedly published by the fab 😁


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Dear parents/carers, Internet Matters website has comprehensive and credible resources, information and support to help you keep your children safe online. Their ‘Online safety’ publication is available on


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Help our Academy win new books!


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Thank you for our book tokens, the children have made best use of them


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We had the pleasure of welcoming back to the family today! He shared with us how he gets his ideas, his new book Ghostcloud and even helped us with our own stories! What a treat!! Thank you for signing our books too!


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We are all set for our first ever STAY & PLAY Join us from 2pm with your little ones under 4years. It’s FREE! Our EYFS team can’t wait to meet you! 🧩🧸🪆📖


Congratulations to the whole community - a superb report and a well-deserved outcome 👏👏👏


An absolutely lovely initiative from - loads of pre-loved books and toys available for £1 or £2 each: the shop is open on Friday afternoons so please do visit if you are in the local area


Wonderful to have the foreign affairs specialist Fiona Hill addressing students from across the Harris Fed this evening - telling her story of how she went from one of the ten poorest performing schools in England to advising three US presidents


Wow, so lovely to hear this - congratulations Jabari


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Our A Level Politics class enjoy a special opportunity to talk in depth with our very own Lord Harris of Peckham. Topics ranged from government, The NHS, business, education and even a little eventing.


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Huge congratulations to our Year 12 Chemists! Their posters were shortlisted to be exhibited at the Festival of Communities, this weekend! We are looking forward to the final outcomes!


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We were delighted with a surprise visit from Lord Harris who came to congratulate our Jubilee choir today. The children always love talking to him and were so excited by his visit. Thank you Lord Harris!


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🗣️ "The NPQLL is a welcome addition, and one which we are thrilled to be able to design & deliver across our multiple delivery partners" Executive Principal at , Rebecca Hickey, shares her thoughts on the new ! 🖱️ 🔽 🔽 🔽 🔽


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Wow! What a day! So very proud of our Jubilee choir representing our academy with pride on stage at Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Jubilee Pageant. Catch us on Sky News and YouTube ⁦

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Wrap Around Care

Breakfast club

procedures from Monday 12 October 2020

  • Breakfast club must be paid for via Parent Pay. Each session is £2.00 and the minimum amount payable is £6.00. 
  • The doors for breakfast club will open at 7.45am prompt and it will close at 8.10am. There will be no entry after this time.
  • Entry to the club will be via the year 3 & 5 entrance which can be found on Chapman Road near the KS2 hall. Please adhere to social distancing rules and use the markings on the pavement to line up.
  • Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult who will need to sign a register allowing their child to use the service.
  • Please be patient with our staff as this may take a little longer than usual.
  • The breakfast club will only be open to parents who expressed a wish to use the service and for years reception to year 5 initially.
  • It is important that you know that the children will be kept in their year group bubbles and they will not be allowed to mix even if they have siblings.
  • Once the children have eaten their breakfast, they will be able to take part in arts and crafts as well as playing board games within their bubbles.
  • The children will be escorted to their year groups at the appropriate time.


After-school club

Please see information on the document below regarding our after-school provision.