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05/03/21

Our masked reader answers will be posted in your class team today as well as our world book day newsletter.

04/03/21

A gentle reminder that road restrictions are in place on Ivy Gardens. Parents will be unable to drive down this road to park at the start and end of the day.

04/03/21

Retweetd From Saqib khan

Ready for world book Day! https://t.co/A9f9LjN7z0

04/03/21

Who is our 5th Masked Reader - The Lion! https://t.co/lSa6yBN8XY

04/03/21

Retweetd From Katie Tilcock

Happy world book day from Lexie. https://t.co/pNyUCt4O1h

04/03/21

Retweetd From Jo Harries

World book day! Bear, from the Bear and the Piano, Max from Where the Wild Things Are, and Peter from The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. https://t.co/4NHzlVDOHy

02/03/21

Who is our third masked reader! The Shark has been posted in your class team for voting!

01/03/21

Retweetd From PE at Home

This week the team bring you special edition dodgeball resources - our KS1 and KS2 cards have been authored in collaboration with the fantastic students ! Please feel free download your copy at https://t.co/jWLiVLQeuE https://t.co/Npn9eatNeI

01/03/21

Our second masked reader has been posted. Who is behind the Alien face? https://t.co/8fuGPFqJHv

01/03/21

We have uploaded a book called Gordon the Uncertainty Giant by to support children about the current changes relating to Covid 19. This can be downloaded from our parents CV19 Resource Area

01/03/21

We will be posting our second masked reader at 2:00! Who is the alien? Families, please feel free to tweet us videos of our lovely children guessing who it is/trying to figure it out! We can't wait to see what everyone guesses.

01/03/21

Retweetd From Jo Harries

kids absolutely loved the masked reader. We are all looking forward to these every day!

01/03/21

We had a lot of fun making them! the next one is at 2:00! Who is the alien?

01/03/21

We've uploaded a Back to School social story by to support with any anxiety your child may have about returning on March 8th. This can be found in your Class Teams - File area. It will also be in the Parent and Carer section of the website. https://t.co/NTfkyGQqlt

01/03/21

Who can it be! Listen to Unicorn reading in your class team. Remember to vote for the teacher once you have watched it! https://t.co/zmpV8gDdNk

28/02/21

We will be posting our first masked reader on your class team tomorrow morning - all you have to do is vote!

26/02/21

Please check your emails for information about a return to school workshop for all families at Harris Primary Merton. If you know of other Merton families who may benefit please feel free to share :) https://t.co/hxK3mtsPW8

26/02/21

Merton and Sutton are offering a wellbeing workshop to support children with anxiety. Details below. https://t.co/fJq5RrJZQJ

25/02/21

Retweetd From Merton Libraries

You can download our app on your Apple or Android device and access your library anytime, anywhere on the go. https://t.co/CGoVeYuxCB

25/02/21

If you feel your child may need support. Call the office and ask to talk to Miss Tami about ways we can direct you and your family returning on March 8th. https://t.co/NvyXN5oYuu

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Posted on June 23rd 2014

Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane Ofsted

Following an inspection earlier this month, Ofsted has rated Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane as a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ leadership and management.

This is the first inspection since the Academy opened in September 2012, replacing a school in Special Measures.  Click here to download the report but key comments from the inspectors include:

  • “Pupils enjoy their learning because their classrooms are exciting and inspiring places to be.”
  • “Pupils feel exceptionally safe and secure.”
  • “Leadership and management, including governance, are outstanding.”
  • “Leaders and managers have worked very closely with parents, who are supportive of the academy.”
  •  “One pupil in Key Stage 2 said, ‘The teacher tells me exactly what it is I’ve got to aim for. Then, I aim for it, and I do it.’”
  • “Parents think the academy is a safe and happy place for their children to be. One parent said, ‘It is a privilege for my child to come here. They are safe, happy and love their lessons.’”
  • “Disabled pupils and those who have special needs make outstanding progress from their different starting points.”

Miss Kirstie Fulthorpe, Principal of the Academy said:

“This was our first full inspection since opening in September 2012 and we are very pleased with the inspectors’ comments.  These reflect our ambition to build a family Academy that provides exceptional education for Tottenham children. 

“This year, the Academy has also won an SSAT Educational Outcomes Award for academic progress.  I have written to parents and spoken with children, staff and governors to thank and congratulate them on these achievements.

“As we approach the summer holidays, I feel this is a fantastic note for us to end the school year on.  Pupils and staff deserve a restful summer break but all of us are looking forward to seeing how much more we can achieve next year.” 

Sir Dan Moynihan, CEO of the Harris Federation, said:

“It is always a complete joy to spend time with the staff and pupils at Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane.  You only have to visit for a short while see that it provides exceptional levels of education and care for its pupils. 

“The Academy has come a long way since opening and we are delighted with the progress it has made in ensuring local children get the quality of primary education they deserve. I have no doubt that the Academy will continue to go from strength to strength.”