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09/07/20

Retweeted From HarrisSchoolDirect

Well that was emotional! Congratulations everyone. We are so proud of the people you are and the teachers you have become. ❤️ https://t.co/WGtfpJpmJb

09/07/20

Retweeted From tortoise

From classrooms to family courts, every part of the structure that protects children from harm has been upended. What has happened behind closed doors, asks ? https://t.co/mvKHYUUH53 https://t.co/NuV8pAa8KB

09/07/20

Retweeted From Harris Bermondsey

The charity has created a great series of FREE online mini-modules to help mums develop their tech skills over the summer. You'll find modules on getting started with the internet, email, safety online, social media, and more. Have a look! https://t.co/WK84cnnL2I

09/07/20

One of the most brilliant things about is how they are able to look at complex issues in such depth. Very proud to have contributed to this piece by https://t.co/kcFHz1sZhk

08/07/20

Retweeted From HarrisEnglish

🎙️Nicki Bhatt, UK collaborator on Doug Lemov's Teach Like a Champion, talks to about approaches to feedback, teacher instruction and remote learning in our latest podcast. Tune in here 👇 https://t.co/96IEs9zYip

07/07/20

Retweeted From BBC Young Reporter

Applying for apprenticeships, getting experience and how to keep learning new skills all part of today’s workshop with students this afternoon! Top tips from Broadcast Engineer Apprentice India, journalist Vicky and Mark from 👍 https://t.co/yWTtWgfuEo

07/07/20

Retweeted From HFEDMaths

Morning we are the Maths Consultant team at and we are newly christened on Twitter :) We are looking to increase our and post a few maths puzzles along the way https://t.co/4Pt60BDQPu

06/07/20

Retweeted From HPA Kent House

Some exceptional work by reception today re-telling the story of 'Room on the Broom' 📝 https://t.co/6NFvh5zqpe

06/07/20

Retweeted From Soarpoints

Yes. We aren’t helping them to write like Shakespeare. No-one acts like Burton. Though he was of course known primarily for his Hamlet and was successor to Olivier. Few of our kids get a leg up from Gielgud. We have to give it with English & Maths & employer engagement https://t.co/TBGyJr2I8S

05/07/20

Retweeted From Soarpoints

One of the exhilarting things about being a small part in is watching huge success of the students we serve across all the schools not just doing the arts: but excelling. Here at 40% got a 9 in arts based subjects. https://t.co/zT0iUFkjon

05/07/20

The quote was an answer to a question. Context is the kind of child who wld otherwise not achieve b/c of their circs pre COVID compounded by lockdown. In that situation, it is better for the child to get fewer quals than take all subjects but in the end have little to show for it

05/07/20

5/5: And, as explained to the reporter, but not set out in her article, whether this happens at all will also depend on the Ofqual consultation on 2021 exams – eg whether they reduce the content or introduce choice in the syllabus.

05/07/20

4/5: The subjects they continue with would be based on what they want to do for their A Levels. Our pupils choose and pass languages and arts subjects at significantly higher rates than other pupils nationally. This won’t change. See https://t.co/ZH9H1MyHoM

05/07/20

3/5: The overwhelming majority will take the full range of subjects. But in EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES, it may be that a minority of pupils need to take fewer subjects in order to cover the content of the rest of their choices in the depth needed to pass.

05/07/20

2/5: The example we gave to the reporter of the kind of pupil who may take fewer subjects: someone badly persistently absent before lockdown, then who missed three months because of lockdown - and who cannot be expected to pass 8 or 9 GCSEs with just two terms of teaching.

05/07/20

1/5: The Sunday Times has amended its online article to clarify that a MINORITY of Harris pupils could take fewer GCSEs next year. In reality, this will be a tiny no. of pupils who haven't engaged with online learning and who cannot catch up in the 2 terms left before their exams

04/07/20

Retweeted From HarrisTottenham

LETTER TO PARENTS - reopening of school in September https://t.co/8Ko9os3IW1 https://t.co/XNXIq7YbwW

02/07/20

Welcome 😊 https://t.co/DvN9Ddoair

02/07/20

Retweeted From Harris Rainham

Our sincere thanks to Tesco Rainham for their lovely gift of goodies which certainly brightened our day. A kind and thoughtful gift from one set of key workers to another within our Rainham community. https://t.co/JsROsHkX3U

02/07/20

Retweeted From HarrisBoys'Academy

School food really matters. 280 students will receive two weeks’ worth of breakfasts. Many thanks to the Safer School Officers who came to help us get the breakfast packages together. https://t.co/pHTKEXoTXc

Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane

Academy Specialism

Literacy

Academy Description

Harris Primary Academy Philip Lane opened in September 2012 in the heart of Tottenham. If you visit, you will find a happy, caring and supportive Academy that is raising standards and expectations.

In work and in play, Harris primary students are encouraged towards traditional values: good manners and behaviour, enthusiasm for learning, and recognising right from wrong. Our aim is that, whatever a child’s background or starting point, by the time they move on to secondary school from the Academy they will have developed the academic skills, social skills, confidence and drive that they need in order to succeed.

Academy Ethos

At Philip Lane our aims and values underpin our curriculum, teaching and learning. We revisit and reflect on these in our day to day work with the pupils and wider community. Our aims and values are strongly reflected in our Culture for Learning Policy and our expectations of  all staff and pupils.

Our Values:

  • We 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.
  • We value tolerance, respect and promote fair play in all we do
  • We value a working partnership with parents  and families to support each pupil’s  learning, progress and well-being
  • We value the spiritual and moral development of each pupil, as well as their intellectual and physical growth.
  • We value 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.
  • We value our environment and we aim through our curriculum to teach respect for our world, and how we should care for it.

 

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Executive Principal

Joanne TaylorHarris Primary Academy Philip Lane

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Philip Lane
Tottenham
London N15 4AB

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