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13/02/20

Year 5 Cake Sale today from 3:30 pm in the hall 🧁 🍰

05/02/20

Certificates for children who have already read 6 books in the reading challenge! 📚 https://t.co/ggXcY9ldr1

04/02/20

Lunch time reading club with our librarians 📚 🍎 https://t.co/2yNDRjbwxm

31/01/20

Retweetd From Donny Morrison

We’ve thoroughly enjoyed sharing Spelling Seeds with the enthusiastic and welcoming teams and this evening! Lots of fun contextual spelling investigations and applications were had by all! https://t.co/mv8343YYtc

30/01/20

Year 6 engaging with the South London Junior Citizens 🖐🏿🖐🏼🖐🏾 https://t.co/O1DqFMXChJ

23/01/20

Year 5 library visit 📖 📚 https://t.co/30wkPfFTsg

23/01/20

A Year 2 parent share event - showing off how well the children are reading. 📚 📖 https://t.co/u8AmRRUQ6P

23/01/20

Amazing Year 1 science projects! 🧪🧬 🦴 https://t.co/L7n8Qyiana

22/01/20

Monday 27th at 08:30 we will host a reading coffee morning, led by our speech & language therapist. All parents and carers welcome! ☕️ 📚

10/01/20

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We have been working with groups of Y6 writers this afternoon. We analysed the way Piers Torday uses dialogue in The Last Wild to show characterisation and, using his style, wrote missing chapters https://t.co/RVaaz9YRgV

06/12/19

History coming to life for Year 2 in 🏰 https://t.co/mIk8o5OiRh

05/12/19

Something to warm us up on such a cold day ❄️🎶 https://t.co/VU137ckx9C

04/12/19

and choir rehearsing with for tomorrow’s performance at the 🎶 https://t.co/axdMf6du3V

27/11/19

Year 3 Visiting Peckham Library https://t.co/YAZ4LibJhn

26/11/19

Year 6 explaining why fractions get smaller when multiplied https://t.co/wgO0KLetJN

22/11/19

and rehearsing together with the expertises of staff for their upcoming performance in - what a way to enter the festive season! https://t.co/W1BUerArQn

22/11/19

Year 6 enjoying their trip to the as part of their study on the Victorians https://t.co/MZxCr6jtGL

13/11/19

Year 6 football tournament - Peckham Park - vs - Free School https://t.co/G7Aygqr8Zh

12/11/19

Year 2 exploring the idea of creation in an RE lesson. https://t.co/H3buYvXZJu

12/11/19

Odd Socks to show that it’s okay to be different https://t.co/j3gKYNOtz9

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Our vision, values and aims

At Harris Primary Academy Peckham Park we have high aspirations and ambitions for our children and there is a driving determination to ensure that all pupils and adults reach their full potential. Our core purpose is to provide all pupils with high quality learning experiences that lead to high levels of progress and attainment. 

Our aims and values underpin all our policy and practice. We consider, revisit and reflect upon these in our day to day work with the pupils and wider community. Through continued and sustained improvement, and a shared understanding of learning, teaching, assessment and curriculum, our Academy aims to:

  • Ensure that we inspire in all pupils, a love of learning and the desire to continue to learn;
  • Ensure that all pupils have an equal opportunity to take part in the life and work of the Academy and the wider community;
  • Provide a safe, welcoming and stimulating environment where children enjoy learning and playing;
  • Provide a rich, balanced and varied curriculum;
  • Provide high standards of teaching to develop knowledge, skills and understanding in all subjects;
  • Equip all pupils with the learning habits and self-confidence necessary to constructively influence their own lives;
  • Enable pupils to learn from each other through a collaborative, enquiry based approach to learning;
  • Promote creativity and independence so that they are more able to explore and discover things for themselves;
  • Develop learning skills by encouraging a sense of curiosity, open-mindedness, perseverance, objectivity, reflection and critical thinking;
  • Nurture pupil diversity emphasising individual talents in a wide range of fields, including academic, music, sport, art and drama;
  • Develop values and opinions within the context of mutual respect and understanding of differing belief systems and cultures within our community;
  • Be a place that every child remembers with affection.

We highly value:

  • The way in which all children are unique, and our curriculum promotes respect for the views of each individual, as well as for people of all cultures.
  • A working partnership with parents and families to support each pupil’s learning, progress and well-being.
  • The spiritual and moral development of each pupil, as well as their intellectual and physical growth.
  • The importance of each person in our community. We organise our curriculum so that we promote co-operation and understanding between all members of our community.
  • Our environment and we aim, through our curriculum, to teach respect for our world, and how we should care for it.