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  • Safe Parking

    Safe Parking
    27th March 2017

    Harriers' STARS team doing a great job of helping parents to identify safe places to park around our school! Read more

  • Fantastic Red Nose Day

    Fantastic Red Nose Day
    24th March 2017

    Children could come to school wearing something red or red-nosed themed for a donation to Comic Relief which raises money for children that live in extreme poverty. There were fund raising activities throughout the day including Pick the Nose lucky dip, a mannequin challenge, Skipathon and a whole school red nose photo. Lots of fun and for a very deserving cause. Read more

  • Milk!

    Milk!
    22nd March 2017

    This week marks the first week that Early Years have had milk delivered to school and it has gone down a storm! All children in Nursery and Reception who are under the age of 5 receive free milk until their 5th birthday. If your child is over 5 and wishes to have milk at snack time each day then simply fill in the online application form and your child's milk will be added to our order. The link is http://www.coolmilk.com/parents If your child is entitled to pupil premium then please speak to Miss Drury as you may be eligible for free milk over 5 years of age. Read more

  • Inspire Maths Open Event

    Inspire Maths Open Event
    21st March 2017

    Harriers hosted an Inspire Maths open event attended by teachers from other primary schools looking to see first-hand the impact Inspire Maths has had on results, and pupil engagement with the programme. We were very pleased to welcome our colleagues and will be will be hosting further events at regular intervals to model best practice. Read more

  • Inspire Maths

    Inspire Maths
    16th March 2017

    We are delighted to announce that our school has been appointed as an Inspire Maths Advocate School for the academic year 2016/17 as a result of demonstrating good teaching and learning using the Singapore approach. Read more