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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

22/09/18

A motivating surprise for our riders this morning - a signed letter of encouragement from Sir Chris Hoy and news of two signed jerseys - one will be framed and hung in the school, the other will be a prize in our next raffle! https://t.co/hUWXRUAD2f

22/09/18

More riders conquer the Green Monster! Once the whole group are reunited at the top, they ride together for the last 13km down to Brighton Pier. Last call for any sponsorship before we announce the grand total to our exhausted riders in about 45 mins at the finish! https://t.co/ExYiYZkY4l

22/09/18

The front runners have reached Ditchling Beacon but will have a while to wait for the rest of the group. The Ditchling cheerleaders just saw some pretty pained looks as they can through - what troopers!! They’ve been going since 7.30am! https://t.co/BWGIdlHywf

22/09/18

Pit stop 3, 65km in. “Rain and pain” was the accompanying message🌧 😖 Please sponsor our valiant riders if you haven’t already https://t.co/d7LTsOpEqC

22/09/18

Here’s group 2 at the second pitstop - 40k down, another 50k ish to go! Spirits still high, we’re told. Go team! https://t.co/oJ8SLeO9Rc

19/09/18

Retweetd From David John Wyatt

good luck too all the parents doing the London to Brighton bike ride on Saturday for a good cause hope the wind dies down

19/09/18

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

I love shān they have crept into my 心. I love how the 水 falls down the 水 falls. I love the 木 on the 山 In a thousand 日and 月it will all change. There will be no more 木 or any 水 falls because of the hand of the destroyers. Now I now I am there. Wilf, Y4

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Welcome

Our Academy opened in September 2014 in order to meet significant demand from East Dulwich families for new primary places. We started with a Reception cohort and currently have children in year groups from Reception to Year 4 and will continue to grow by a year group at a time.  We moved into our new building in September 2016, providing a bright and modern space for learning.

Children lie at the heart of what we do at Harris Primary East Dulwich. We are a happy, ambitious and inclusive school, reflecting the rich diversity of families in our area. We were delighted in May 2017 when Ofsted judged us to be 'outstanding' in all areas. 

At Harris Primary East Dulwich, we aim to make learning irresistible, ensuring children develop a genuine, life-long, love of learning and that every child flourishes. We do this by providing the best possible education for all of our pupils. We believe that we can provide the very best opportunities for every single child in the school through our vision of ‘Achieving Success Together' which is underpinned by our ‘Keys to Success’.

We pride ourselves on providing a vibrant learning environment which nurtures and supports children. We encourage our pupils to be responsible for their learning, to grow in confidence and become independent. The Philosophy for Children (P4C) programme is a key feature of our school and the work that we do to prepare our children for their rights and responsibilities as global citizens. In recognition of our work in this area, we were awarded Level 1 of UNICEF's Rights Respecting School Award in July 2017. We offer an exciting and engaging creative curriculum where teachers and pupils work together to ensure high quality learning experiences that enable every pupil to achieve their very best.

Staff, children, parents, governors and the Harris Federation work together at Harris Primary East Dulwich in a culture of collaboration and support, committed to providing a calm and stimulating environment. Mutual respect amongst and between adults and children is an integral part of our culture, where everyone is valued. We believe that these things all contribute to the warm and welcoming atmosphere, which so many visitors comment on when coming to Harris Primary East Dulwich.

Parents/carers are welcomed as partners in their child’s education as we believe that our pupils learn best when members of staff and parents/carers work in partnership, so we value your involvement with your child's education. Working with parents/carers is an essential prerequisite to helping us achieve our aims as we believe that good strong partnerships, coupled with quality teaching and learning and high expectations at all times, will undoubtedly help children achieve their very best, lead to great achievements, promote good citizenship and prepare pupils well for the next stages of their lives.

We are one of East Dulwich’s newest schools, but we are also part of a Federation of schools with an established track record. 

I hope that this website gives you all the information you need about our Academy.  If you are starting to make decisions about your child’s education, please do book an appointment at one of our open mornings (see calendar section of website) so that you can see for yourself what we have on offer. 

Jo Conduit, Principal, 1390281190          

Ms Jo Conduit, Principal