Silly Miss V forgot to put our “guess the Malteser in the jar” winner. There were 165 and Sophia guessed 169! Well done Sophia!


We had our Eid festival yesterday and as part of the celebration, our students designed their own Mosque.


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We can't wait for our Eid celebration this week. We would love to share photos of our families celebrating Eid at home. Please email them to


Bright and Donaldson class were very excited to get a extra special letter this week!


To celebrate the end of KS2 SATs, Year 6 have spent the day at ⁦⁩. What a great way to end the week!


We just want to share how proud we are of our Year 6 children. Who have shown resilience and motivation this week during their SATs. We are so, so proud of each and every one of you.


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Wishing our families that are celebrating a wonderful


are offering support. This is open to eveyone in our community.


Date for the diary


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‘Twas a pleasure… thank you! and so nice to hear they have been enjoying the books in your school!


Thank you to who spoke to our Year 1 and 2 children virtually. They loved hearing about the books that they have read in class.


Family Friday is back! Please join our early years team for the Friday hour of Reception, Nursery or Preschool session. Don’t worry, this is weekly, and we can’t wait for you join in on our fun learning.


are back! Year 4 had their first lesson today with Brendan. We can't wait to hear their performance at the end of term! Thanks to for making this possible for our children.


We can’t wait to meet all the children who will be joining our Reception Classes in September 2022


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A list of places where children can eat for free during the Easter holidays for anyone who might need this


Year 3 and Gray class, made phone holders this term. We’re so proud of them we’re showing them off!


Wishing all our families a lovely break and we will see everyone on Tuesday 19th April bright and early.

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Our learning in the Additional Resource Base

At the HPAM ARP we follow the National Curriculum however it is adapted to the level of the children.   The ARP is considered a mainstream setting with an adapted environment to meet the needs of children who find a bigger class over stimulating.  

The classes in the ARP are smaller with more structure including visual symbols to support with independence and routine.  Through our learning environment we aim to reduce anxiety around sensory needs as well as the learning being delivered at a slower pace.  

Our predicatable day ensures the children know what to expect. 

By adapting the language and delivering the work in a way that the children can access independently not only boosts their confidence but ensures they continue to thrive in an educational setting.


  • We follow the Harris Federation Curriculum for all Foundation Subjects

  • We follow Ruth Miskin Read Write Inc as our Phonics Scheme

  • Our teachers take the key texts from their mainstream partner class and adapt the learning for English

  • The school uses White Rose Maths for all numeracy based lessons

  • Our children follow the We Thinkers! social thinking curriculum for their social and life skills.  Depending on your child's age they will do We Thinkers! 1 or We Thinkers! 2.  

  • We use Attention Autism to build attention and focus with our younger children 


All pupils are included in some weekly mainstream lessons, the ARP team work with the Educational Psychologist to decide frequency and year group, to help build their social skills and further enhance their learning experiences. 

There are children in our ARP who attend lessons in the mainstream lesson daily. This is reviewed and changed regularly depending on the child's ability to manage the environment and the pace of learning. 


All children are assessed regularly to ensure they are progressing within their learning environment through standardised tests and phonics checks.


We have 3 classes - Deacon, Cowell and Grey Class.  

Please choose a class to see what we are learning this term.

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