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26/06/22

Kingswood! Three days down and still standing! A lot of fun has been had the past few days. One more to go! https://t.co/WNHgkgyej3

26/06/22

Kingswood! An obstacle course was just too easy. Being blindfolded added to the challenge! https://t.co/PMZ7yRspAp

26/06/22

Kingswood! Shelter building - some great teamwork on show! https://t.co/gWhXspXli2

26/06/22

Kingswood! Lunchtime - time to restore energy levels!! https://t.co/tQPMoEAegP

26/06/22

Kingswood! Buggy building to begin. Which vehicle will go the fastest? https://t.co/ITVm31dwPR

26/06/22

Kingswood! Another day, lots of fun planned! https://t.co/HzBtMSEHaN

25/06/22

He may well have! But we will see what we can do!

25/06/22

Kingswood! Fun and smiles with friends - the perfect weekend! https://t.co/XBwlOM7BDK

25/06/22

There are. We’ll post some more next week. We promise they all came back!

25/06/22

High Equilibrium! Balance, nerves of steel and a lot of bravery on show this afternoon! https://t.co/1CZ2wGQgxv

25/06/22

Kingswood! It has been a fun packed day today for our Year 5 pupils. 🪜 Obstacle Course 🔥 Bushcraft 🎯 Laser Tag https://t.co/FZ0RJFWDxc

25/06/22

Kingswood! Laser tag was an adrenaline filled activity this afternoon! https://t.co/HHsLSbPEdC

25/06/22

Kingswood! It has been a busy day of fun and adventure for our Year 5 pupils today. Firelighting - look at those flames! 🔥 https://t.co/sTWpUupxUS

24/06/22

Year 5 Kingswood: After a long but exciting day of travel and activities, the children are finally in bed and ready to sleep. Goodnight to you all and we’ll be back on tomorrow. Sleep well! https://t.co/miTSEzv43F

24/06/22

Geography in living colour! Our Y6’s embraced their wild side today during an orienteering mission in a local forest. They used maps, iPads and compasses to find a monument! https://t.co/c1DOBKKApY

24/06/22

Dinner time: Our Y5’s are enjoying their dinner before they head off to prepare their rooms before one final activity. Smiles on their faces, food in their bellies. They truly are enjoying their first day here! Food, glorious food… 🎶 https://t.co/UMtVR3y2o4

24/06/22

Year 5 Kingswood! Some football and cricket to start. https://t.co/m6Z6k7HRfg

24/06/22

Year 5 Kingswood! Year 5 have departed HPAHP and arrived safely at Kingswood. A weekend of fun and adventure awaits! https://t.co/kLBICNLale

22/06/22

: Our Y6’s participated in a science experiment involving boiled eggs, string, card, tape, tissue paper, and lots of creative ideas! Were they successful? Apart from the incredible learning which took place, they thoroughly enjoyed it! https://t.co/coIAw377uN

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At Harris Primary Academy Haling Park we believe learning should be exciting - our ultimate aim is to provide a highly enjoyable, creative curriculum which not only incorporates the National Curriculum but the needs, thoughts and ideas of every learner in our school and community.  Our creative curriculum ensures that all of our pupils are motivated, engaged and enthused about every learning experience, inspiring them to become lifelong learners.

To view our curriculum overview please see below.

Our curriculum is our passion here at Harris Primary Academy Haling Park. It has grown over a number of years and all of the teachers have been a part of its development. We aim for a highly motivating and stimulating curriculum which encourages children to ask questions, be independent learners, collaborate and be aspirational. The curriculum is a way in which we make the learning meaningful for the children. It links topics from a variety of subjects to fit in with an overall topic or theme that children will learn about for a half term. It allows for problem-solving across all subjects and real-world application to the learning process, making it a more comprehensive way of educating and of learning.

We have ensured that all skills from the new National Curriculum are covered throughout the year  - one topic might allow for more art/DT and music to be taught (e.g. Forever Friends) while another might cover more history and geography skills (e.g. The Land Before Time).