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21/11/19

Pupil Parliament meeting to decide their priorities for the year. https://t.co/ByvTI2qb7e

20/11/19

Productive Pupil Parliament meeting today to set our agenda for the rest of the year. So great to see children from Reception to Y5 working together. https://t.co/WZEW7IDNHI

18/11/19

Dyspraxia is a developmental coordination disorder affecting fine &/or gross motor coordination & often includes additional difficulties with planning, organising & carrying out movements in the right order. Dyspraxia can also affect articulation, speech, perception & thought.

18/11/19

Science launch day in Year 3 last week in our new STEM room https://t.co/bdsW7bo3qm

18/11/19

Getting spotty for Children in Need on Friday https://t.co/hpnYZ2uP1X

13/11/19

Dyslexia is a learning difference affecting reading & writing. It can also impact on information processing, memory and organisational skills. Dyslexics often have strengths in areas like reasoning & the visual & creative fields.

13/11/19

ADHD isn’t: - about hyperactivity or ‘laziness’ – it’s about differences in brain anatomy & wiring. - outgrown; many have symptoms in to adulthood.

13/11/19

ADHD is: - a disorder that impacts focus, impulse control & emotional responses; - often diagnosed in childhood but sometimes not until later years.

11/11/19

ADHD is a neurological condition that affects concentration, impulse control & time awareness & can cause impulsiveness, forgetfulness & distraction. People with ADHD need a consistent approach, regular & immediate feedback and to be rewarded for appropriate behaviour. https://t.co/iJCUO5Faum

11/11/19

'If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be'. This quote by Maya Angelou is the theme of our , with a focus on raising awareness amongst our community of different conditions, such as ADHD, dyslexia and dyspraxia

08/11/19

We agree, which is why we have re-arranged our timetables to ensure that time for teachers to read high quality texts to children every day is given the priority it deserves! https://t.co/Hp7aSSJHUL

08/11/19

Retweetd From National Online Safety

Be on the ball this ⚽️🎮 Following the launch of 'FIFA 20', gaming expert, Mark Foster helps parents & carers identify key features included in the latest update & how to encourage children to have a kick about safely. Download free guide >>https://t.co/pmxL0xadPk https://t.co/1I975RvFWf

08/11/19

Good luck for tonight Dulwich Hamlet FC from all at Harris East Dulwich! https://t.co/RuIGIGfDCX

05/11/19

Delighted to be involved in two of your events today! https://t.co/mvPChg0VDw

05/11/19

Delighted to receive a letter from Nick Gibb today congratulating us on our phonics results, which put us in the top 5% of schools in the country. https://t.co/xxDjOeT20J

05/11/19

Retweetd From LPESSN

Busy day at Brio’s Leadership Academy. A huge 55 children in total attended. We look forward to coming to see you in your schools. Big thank you to leaders from for helping run activities. https://t.co/3bElDxYve9

01/11/19

Retweetd From James McAsh

residents! My Nov article for covers great work done by local schools on and . Feat and . p24 of SE22 magazine, in your letterbox and here: https://t.co/0VgKVbqEsZ

01/11/19

Staff team have high hopes for tonight’s quiz night!! https://t.co/FsmSQbIPS9

25/10/19

Retweetd From National Online Safety

All eyes on 👀🌍🎣 This we remind trusted adults of the risks children & young people face playing 'the most popular online game in the world'. Download our free parents & carers guide here>> https://t.co/2iY6hS1ZqJ https://t.co/4yegAWMZWw

25/10/19

https://t.co/xZto8yC655 Thank you for helping spread the word about the cleaner air initiatives at HPAD.

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    STEM

    What is STEM? STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

    In the UK, women and many BME groups are under represented in STEM industries. As a nation we need to encourage more girls and under-represented groups to have an enthusiasm and interest in the STEM subjects so they continue to study them to higher levels. There is evidence to suggests that the benefits of this will be wide-ranging, including benefits to society, industry, the economy and our international competitiveness.

    We are delighted that as part of our challenge-seeking curriculum, we are taking part in a STEM partnership programme.  This programme is an incredible opportunity, which seeks to inspire young children into STEM careers. This year the focus is on motivating girls into STEM-related careers.

    We have already started STEM clubs for KS1 and KS2, which have proved popular and oversubscribed and our houses are named after scientists.  We want to continue to drive this agenda forward this year and harness our children’s enthusiasm and talents for these subjects.

    Thanks to the Friends of Harris Primary East Dulwich (FoHPED), our practical room has been turned into a STEM room with exciting science resources to support the children’s curiosity and their thirst for working scientifically.

    Do you work in a STEM field?  Or have a passion for STEM? We are looking to develop parent STEM ambassadors who will support us in planning STEM events and come into school to share their experiences of working in this area.

     

    Robotics Club

    We are super excited to start Robotics club from the spring term to enrich children’s knowledge and skills on coding.