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Dulwich Picture Gallery 🖼️ Last week some of our Y1 pupils visited to take part in an art workshop. They experimented with a range of materials and techniques to create their own masterpieces!#HPAHP


Carnival Costumes! 🎪 🎨 Linked to our Community Champions theme for July, our carnival is only a few weeks away!This afternoon, we were delighted to welcome parents and carers into school to create our costumes!#HPAHP


HPAHP Nursery! 🏗️ Preparation for September is well under way. The building work is progressing at a rapid speed as we get our new Nursery provision ready!We have a very limited number of PM spaces available. Contact the school office for more info!


Royal Opera House! 🎶 Our Year 5 pupils had an incredible experience at the on Friday.Mr Hollis, from , has created this video to celebrate the day!


Royal Opera HouseToday, our Year 5 pupils joined forces with schools from across the at the .They performed The Magic Flute in unison with other Year 5 children.Incredible experience!!#HPAHP


ITE StudentsYesterday, we had the pleasure of welcoming secondary trainees from . They spent the day at HPAHP to experience what life was like in a primary school. It was a great day and the children loved talking about their learning!#HPAHP


Dapo!We love reading at HPAHP. We also love Dapo Adeola who we have named a class after. This week, our Year 2 children had the pleasure of meeting at Battersea Arts Centre!#HPAHP


Dulwich Picture Gallery 🖼️ This week, our Year 6 children visited Dulwich Picture Gallery. They took part in an art workshop around the theme of identity.#HPAHP


Class Photos 📸 Class photos are scheduled for Wednesday 19th June 2024.#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024 🚌 We are on our way back. We think some kind of the children (and staff) might be a little bit tired!!#HPAHP


Sports Day 2024 🥇🥈🥉Our annual Sports Day event is scheduled to take place on Thursday 4th July 2024.As in previous years, it will take place at Whitgift School.AM - Y3, Y4, Y5 and Y6PM - Rec, Y1 and Y2More information to follow!


Kingswood 2024Team tech - can they complete the challenge and get all the moving parts working?#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024The sky might be slightly more grey today but that hasn’t dampened the energy of the children. The leap of faith first up today!#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024 🪩 The final evening of the trip saw us celebrate in style. A disco with some of our local Harris friends from Croydon.#HPAHp


Kingswood 2024Up, up and away! The climbing wall was a challenge everyone embraced today!#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024! Up high, Year 5 are whizzing through the air as they take on the zip wire!#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024!The best thing about being away is spending time with your friends. A great time away so far!#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024Team work is the order of the day. A blindfolded obstacle course requires trust, perseverance and good listening!#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024 Today our children have attempted aero ball. Who could jump the highest?#HPAHP


Kingswood 2024 🔥 Fire lighting today. Who had enough spark to get a fire burning?#HPAHP

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Pupil Parliament

At Harris Primary Academy Haling Park we have our very own Pupil Parliament. 

The representatives are elected by the children in their class at the start of each academic year.

They meet with Mr Hyneman every half-term to discuss issues that are important to our children.

They help to drive improvement in the school and improve the experiences of all our pupils.

We will keep you updated with information that comes from their meetings through our newsletters.

The Election Process

All the representatives were elected by their peers through a democratic process.

There is one Pupil Parliament representative for each class.

How were they elected?

Stage 1 – Manifesto Writing

Stage 2 – Canvassing

Stage 3 – Election day

Stage 4 – Results Announced

Every child in the school got a vote.


Croydon Town Hall Visit

To help our Pupil Parliament representatives understand their role, we took them to visit the Mayor of Croydon at the Town Hall. The children were given a guided tour of the Council Chambers and had the opportunity to quiz Jason Perry about what it was like to be elected to serve your community.

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