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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

08/11/19

say STOP to bullying https://t.co/1ruO9jXtFV

01/11/19

Celebrating international day by wearing clothes that represent our culture https://t.co/vDmLiKdm5L

30/10/19

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How can we use pacing to improve our lessons? Brilliant staff training being delivered & inspired by ‘Teach like a champion.’ https://t.co/GMRuUOGu1H

28/10/19

Adventurous start to Autumn 2 in Y2 with a local geography trip to Deptford Creek https://t.co/wuVl6ID4k1

28/10/19

Year 3 are off to an exciting start with a trip to the as part of their history unit on the Stone, Bronze & Iron Age https://t.co/8h0HvfG5bY

19/10/19

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& staff training (&having fun) in It’s going to be a fantastic Christmas production! https://t.co/0rBYVrfK3H

18/10/19

Amazing beats ending a successful Autumn 1. Thanks to for their expertise. https://t.co/OLJrne3Wtq

18/10/19

& staff training (&having fun) in It’s going to be a fantastic Christmas production! https://t.co/ipMFtR3NeG

01/05/18

The Academy will be open as normal for all year groups on Wednesday 2 May. Thank you to all our parents for your support during this time.

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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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Curriculum Overview

Harris Primary Academy Peckham Park is currently reviewing and redesigning its curriculum, in order to provide pupils with a curriculum that best suits their needs. We are working collaboratively with the Harris Federation as well as with our parents, governors and staff so that our continue to provide a curriculum which meets the needs of our students.

Intent:

The overarching aim of the Harris Federation is to end the cycle of poverty and disadvantage: to improve the life chances for all students, and concomitantly the local community within which they live in. The pupils who attend Harris Primary Academy Peckham Park come from a range of diverse backgrounds. We want to celebrate this diversity and learn from each other. We aim to provide all students with the opportunity to access and engage in learning to its fullest.

Implementation:

Our curriculum will aim to develop the capacity to accommodate new knowledge building upon prior knowledge and experiences. This approach is based upon the educational research of Hirsch and Young and Lambert and is achieved through:

- Share Knowledge

Through the use of knowledge organisers teachers will carefully consider what they are to teach by highlighting the non negotiable that pupils need in order to be able to succeed.

- Build Vocabulary

Teachers ensure that pupils have the necessary technical, specific and expressive vocabulary so that they can learn and master deep subject knowledge and understanding.

- Make Connections

Making connections is key in learning knowing how and why something fits in makes it more likely that a learner will deepen their knowledge.

- Evaluate

The ability to reflect on prior knowledge is key to making progress. This ensures that the links made within and across areas of learning.

Impact

We will know that we are delivering a high standard of curriculum through measures such as:

- attainment and achievement outcomes

- standard of learning in books

- pupil voice

- destination data

- attendance data

- behaviour data

Marie Corbett

 Executive Principal