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Keep your eyes peeled in your Croydon Advertiser today for some familiar faces! Lovely to have all our fundraising from September’s “Charity” theme celebrated and shared.


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October School Year 6 tackled more reading challenges today!


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In Geography today, year 6 have been learning about the different layers of the rainforest, and how this supports biodiversity 🦜


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Sheep herding : The children are learning to appreciate the interaction between people, animals and the land in this vast countryside. What a privilege to be making such special memories! 🐑🐏


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October School pupils are exploring synonyms📚


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Another afternoon of team building and challenging themselves. We have been so impressed with how the children have conquered their fears and helped each other along the way.


We are extremely grateful to for taking the time to meet students and staff for his documentary He is also generously supporting students at the academy to study robotics


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The science inspiration continues in where Mr Doldur and his team investigated electrical circuits. As you can see the children were rapt! Next up, parallel circuits! Well done Year 4! 💡


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Year 5 were enthralled by everything they saw today at the National Space Centre! Just look at that concentration!


Celebrations have been underway at this week as the school celebrated its 30th anniversary 🗣 “Students have enjoyed hearing about the history of the school and about the difference it has made to the lives of generations of local children”


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Congratulations to a truly school.


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Year 5 and 6 were lucky enough to take part in a virtual talk by incredible writer Joseph Coelho this morning. They thoroughly enjoyed learning about how to become a writer and are looking forward to having a go at writing some poetry 📝


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Great motto "all can achieve!" 💯 Lovely seeing on with 👏🏾


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So my ex-student, the one who emailed me “Gen Gen” and who’s just started at is on this programme. Talking so eloquently and beautifully. Soooo proud 🥺🥺🥺


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What a positive and uplifting documentary that is celebrating being black and British... Rob and Funmi's appearance 100% made me squeal at the television, a well kept secret!


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Trip to the British Museum today. We visited the Nero exhibition and then explored some of the museum's permanent features like the Rosetta Stone.


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A week of WOW. We have attended Victorian school, supercharged our superpowers, eaten a greek feast, visited space, built wattle & daub walls, had a doctors visit and tomorrow will time travel to the Stone Age! An exceptional array of immersive learning for all year groups.


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Happy 30th Anniversary to ! What a wonderful day we've had!


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Boys in Years 7-9 were honoured today at a Principal's Breakfast for coming in the top 40 for both 'Attitude to Learning' and 'Attainment' in the summer assessments. Great work everyone!


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30th Anniversary Celebration 🎉 Congratulations to colleagues and students on their contribution to & over the last 30 years. 🥳

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

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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.