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19/10/17

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"The best training day of the programme so far. Absolutely loved it!"Our Primary trainees enjoyed their English Subject Day https://t.co/7xCHG6TFeX

19/10/17

We loved having you

19/10/17

We are looking forward to hosting you today

18/10/17

Thank you for all the food donations for our harvest assembly https://t.co/jcsj4JkjWX

12/10/17

Y2 was not the place for the faint-hearted today! Scorpions, tarantulas & snakes were amongst the visitors. https://t.co/FTzoiMfuOF

09/10/17

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The reason we do our jobs https://t.co/ERV3dmvOhP

09/10/17

‘Magic weaving’ - an inspirational & emotional roller coaster at John Jones’ session . https://t.co/fxcQWXkHvs

09/10/17

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Sir Dan addresses all 4,400 colleagues welcoming everyone to the 10th Annual Conference https://t.co/nwEt0K3QXG

09/10/17

So proud of our pupils - part of the Harris in Harmony concert in front of an audience of over 4,000 https://t.co/rvkqyw3N4b

04/10/17

Frankie from WE London inspiring us to 'make a difference' in this morning's assembly https://t.co/lEcqdkvaIH

04/10/17

A great turn out for our Reception Phonics Workshop for parents this morning https://t.co/wfe2I603V2

04/10/17

Chestnut's first Forest Time session yesterday https://t.co/2bA5jTN3ff

29/09/17

Don't forget Phonics Workshop for Year 1 parents today at 9am

28/09/17

A lively assembly yesterday for National Fitness Day with lots of ideas for improving our fitness https://t.co/F4GJxOjTDT

27/09/17

Don't be disappointed - she did!

27/09/17

Sun salutations and downward dogs at our yoga assembly last week. https://t.co/FeShxONzZ5

27/09/17

If you go down to the woods today... Willow's first Forest Time session of the year. https://t.co/1VY9qIM6MX

24/08/17

Twitter is quiet over the holidays so HPAD families please tweet a photo of what you've been up to over the summer

24/08/17

Good luck to everyone getting their GCSE results today

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Posted on November 22nd 2016

HPAD donations for orphanage in Kremenchug, Ukraine

This Christmas Harris Primary Academy East Dulwich have decided to support an orphanage in Kremenchug, Ukraine. The orphanage has 100 children currently in residence with about 25% having a disability and the majority being babies. Kremenchug Orphanage is a safe environment that provides comfort and food. What the children do not have are many personal possessions. We want to make sure they have something to open on Christmas day, something that belongs to them and makes them feel happy and loved. So we have decided to join forces with some other primary schools and provide them with some fun and happiness on Christmas day.

 

We would like to invite you to buy a little present to go in a shoebox for a child. Each class will be putting together a shoebox for 2 children.

We will also be taking a collection of nappies and toothbrushes. Also, if you have any shoeboxes that would be a great help!

 

Please take a look at the age and gender of the child to help you with your present choices.

 

Present ideas: warm socks, hat, cars, rattles, balls or books. No sweets or food, please.

 

 

Class

Child

Age

Child

Age

Willow

Olexandra

2 (girl)

Kirylo

3 (boy)

Chestnut

Ivan

2 (boy

Maria

1  (girl)

Mint

Andriy

3 (boy)

Bogdana

1 (girl)

Dill

Yuliya

3 (girl)

Iriyna

1 (girl

Primrose

Diana

5 (girl)

Markar

1 (boy)

Buttercup

Nikita

5 (boy)

Valentin

1 (boy)

 

 

 

All contributions need to be brought into school by 25th November. Each class teacher will collect donations.

 

We think this will be a great opportunity for our pupils to learn about other children in the world. We hope you are as excited as us about sending off our gifts.

Thank you in advance!