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14/01/22

Our newsletter was emailed to all our families today. It has a special focus on this week.

07/01/22

Our next school tour is on Monday 10th. To join please register before hand using the form on our website. We can't wait to meet you https://t.co/rXn1PEDASl

05/01/22

are offering families, whose child has a diagnosis of ASD, parent led support on a variety of areas. Details attached. https://t.co/xoVtumkd0p

17/12/21

Wishing our families a restful and safe break. We’ll see you all In the New Year https://t.co/VCT2NUP1s2

14/12/21

Retweetd From LGfL DigiSafe 📱🙂💻☂️

How can you tell if that App is appropriate? How long is too long on devices? And how do I start that awkward conversation with my child? Invite parents/carers to our FB Live next Monday 20 Dec at 7pm with ➡️https://t.co/L7otSDC6DY Please share and click GOING https://t.co/0TPSl215bo

14/12/21

Retweetd From LGfL DigiSafe 📱🙂💻☂️

🎶Guess who's back, back again... 🎄Christmas Facebook Live is back - tell a friend! Or rather, share with *parents* at your school before wrapping that new phone/console with no parental controls. Just head to https://t.co/oB6J9032xr and click 'GOING' on the going live post https://t.co/1Y8OO6qbqA

14/12/21

Retweetd From LGfL DigiSafe 📱🙂💻☂️

PARENTS: worried Christmas might end up like this when you give out new devices without parental controls? Then join our FB Live next Monday 20 Dec at 7pm here (with Common Sense Media) https://t.co/SDWLpcufFT Please share and click GOING https://t.co/4HIJbvooCv

14/12/21

Teams Logins will be sent home on Thursday so you can access this. https://t.co/fyzipjNCvL

13/12/21

Our Christmas hamper raffle tickets are being sold until Thursday morning. 50p for 1 and £2 for a full strip! https://t.co/aopj2M4fvr

09/12/21

To ensure our Christmas Lunch is extra festive, we will be having our Christmas Jumper day on Thursday 16th December. https://t.co/4ShQEBm0vz

09/12/21

As well as promoting a love of reading in our school, our reading champions listen to the children during our reading lunch club! https://t.co/WYtV72f6Ot

09/12/21

Our reading lunch club is full today! Our reading champions from year 5 & 6 are helping the adults listen to each child read! https://t.co/nM8Es81YGf

01/12/21

Unfortunately, there will be no stay and play this week.

21/11/21

Hi Jo, we’d happily add them to the books we have for children to take home :)

19/11/21

With increasing concerns around and other social media, we want to ensure our parents are aware of what their children can access online. have released an app to keep you up to date and informed! https://t.co/aEZeniuWcH

19/11/21

Enjoy! Our kids are loving their pop up book hut! https://t.co/zvhG1smlts

19/11/21

Retweetd From Rosie Holland🦄

Ethan Ready for pyjama day at school today 💙💚❤️💛#ChildreninNeed https://t.co/dmCAJCWCKc

19/11/21

Remember our cake sale, that’s happening after school to raise money for thank you for all donations. https://t.co/C9F6wpVhvP

18/11/21

Retweetd From MertonSSP

Well done to all 8 schools taking part in the Mitcham Football Competition 👏⚽️ Congratulations to St Marks PS 🥇 🥈 🥉 and our joint Refspect winners & Bond PS. Huge thanks to for hosting & your amazing sportleaders 🙌 https://t.co/NLcblQLtwZ

17/11/21

Don’t forget it’s wear your pyjamas for this Friday!! Make sure they’re warm enough to play outside in… as it can get a bit chilly being outside in your jammies!

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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.”