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16/11/18

Today, we finally got the chance to perform the poetry we have all been focusing on during performance poetry week. https://t.co/5DifQIXQRk

16/11/18

A firm message from HPAD to 'Choose Respect'! Odd Socks Day today brought Anti-Bullying Week to a colourful end. https://t.co/gVGVeWteyw

13/11/18

Retweetd From Harris Sixth Form

Thursday 15th Nov 4.30pm to 7.00pm - Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich (Homestall Campus) - Harris Boys' Academy East Dulwich (Rye Campus) More details on our website. https://t.co/usa0BPsxo0

01/11/18

Year 4 avidly listening to Ms Reynolds’ father talk about his many hiking expeditions, both in the UK and overseas, as part of their topic 'Misty Mountains Sierra'. https://t.co/B4PD10GUEg

01/11/18

Some of Year 4 took part in a football tournament on Tuesday, playing against other Southwark schools. Not only was it an enjoyable day but the team came 4th out of 17 teams, won a ‘Team Work’ award and was awarded ‘boy of the tournament’. A successful day all round!

01/11/18

Much excitement in Year 1 this week when we hosted a visit from a very important visitor! https://t.co/WkBUIrLijg

24/10/18

Retweetd From Dulwich Hamlet FC

STATEMENT: Dulwich Hamlet Football Club and Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust announce the club’s return to Champion Hill Read More Here: https://t.co/DCELnFyFgP https://t.co/tmrbHw3F97

22/10/18

Retweetd From Lauren Juliff

Our funding applications are done for this year. Fingers crossed we receive council support for our school Air Purification Project 🤞🤞#cleanergreenersafer

18/10/18

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

Thanks and for encouraging our brilliant young poets to experiment with Chinese characters https://t.co/I6MhOfNhXt

17/10/18

We continued with our Makaton learning today. Here we are practising the word for house. We learnt mum, dad, house, home and pink today. Follow our progress at home via: https://t.co/cFlnuEpePR https://t.co/8q6uxvtajh

17/10/18

Thank you for your generous Harvest donations which will be delivered to the Peckham Foodbank tomorrow. Mint class were the overall winners of the most bountiful box competition ⁦https://t.co/NtrFYPe4g6

13/10/18

Ms Conduit is running the Royal Parks half marathon in aid of St Mungo’s on Sunday - a charity which supports people out of homelessness. For those of you who watched Ms Conduit run the inaugural HPAD Fun Run will know how much of a challenge this is https://t.co/4Tv0ICCgFx

13/10/18

The joint winning teams at the 3rd annual FoHPED quiz. No hard feelings from the staff team who came in the upper half of the 15 teams (just!). Lovely evening, packed to the rafters as usual and brilliantly compered for the first time this year by HPAD mum, Jane. https://t.co/jmvBxAvccd

10/10/18

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

Lovely cartoons showing understanding of radicals from Y3 https://t.co/3nBgFztMOU

08/10/18

Our Year 4 pupils performing their fabulous 'Chinglish' poems at the Changing China Festival at the Southbank Centre on Friday. https://t.co/L8u4iU2sW2

08/10/18

Some of our Year 3 pupils performing with pupils from other Harris Academies with the ‘Harris in Harmony’ choir to over 4000 delegates at the Harris Staff Conference. This particular piece was beautiful https://t.co/FM5naWd1o5

03/10/18

If you go down to the woods today.... Forest Time is in full swing in Reception. https://t.co/2QxH9dBktH

26/09/18

Thank you for all your support! https://t.co/s5ciXL7FRQ

26/09/18

So proud of our East Dulwich community https://t.co/85wrqGjPlT

22/09/18

They made it!!!! Soggy, freezing, exhausted but still smiling! The news that they have raised an astonishing £6,832 made their smiles even broader. What an amazing achievement! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/QtQKSvIi7h

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Keeping in touch

Teachers are available for quick chats at the beginning and end of each day.  If you would like a more in-depth conversation, please make a time to meet with the teacher.  You can do this by speaking to the teacher directly or contacting the Academy Office on 020 3772 4573 or info@harrisprimaryeastdulwich.org.uk.

We recognise that contact between parents and teachers is more challenging when parents are working or studing full-time but, don't forget, there are many ways to still keep in touch:

  • If you wish to get a message through to your child’s class teacher, send an email to the info@harrisprimaryeastdulwich.org.uk and this will be passed on to the class teacher (this email is monitored throughout each working day).  The class teacher can either respond to your email or call you back.
  • Call the office on 0203 772 4573 and leave a message for the class teacher to call you back at a convenient time.
  • Let us know if you have a day off work or college, as we can always arrange to catch up with you after school on this day.
  • Attend the end of half term learning celebrations (from now on these will always be at 1:30pm on the last day of each half term (apart from the end of the Summer term) so these can be pencilled into diaries in advance).
  • Half-termly year group curriculum newsletters detail what your child will be learning in the term ahead, with key dates for their class and year group.
  • Weekly learning letters show what your child will be learning during the week ahead.
  • Weekly whole-school newsletters contain information about key events and dates for the diary.
  • The calendar section of the website has all the key dates listed.
  • Follow us on Twitter as we occasionally send Twitter updates @HPAEastDulwich.
  • Our parent/teacher consultation meetings are always on the Tuesday and Thursday during the week after half term, so you can pencil these into your diaries in advance and if you can’t make these dates, you can always make an alternative appointment.
  • Childminders and other carers are welcome to attend our curriculum workshops and feedback to you…and handouts from these events can all be found on the website.
  • Our teachers generally work long days, so if dropping off or collecting from Early Bloomers wrap-around care, please do pop into the classroom to see if your child’s class teacher is around for a quick chat.