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HeadLines - 21st November 2016

A 'Spotacular' week

What an exciting and extremely busy time we had last week. Harehills Primary school certainly embraced the 'Spotacular' theme for this year's Children in Need appeal. It amazed me how creative our children and their families, as well as our staff, had been in thinking of ways to dress up in 'spotacular' fashion.

At the same time, right across school so many staff had...

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HeadLines - 14th November 2016

International relations: Cest très, très bien

We were delighted to be asked to host some fellow Primary colleagues from Lille which is a city twinned with Leeds. Our six French visitors, which actually included Madame Maiffret d'Anfray who is an Inspector of National Education in France, were extremely impressed by our children and the high quality learning environment that was evident...

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HeadLines - 7th November 2016

I know how to keep myself safe

In a week when the fire service visited our school to check we have everything in place should we have a fire it couldn't have been more apt that our amazing class assembly was all about keeping safe. Luxor 1 presented a confident, well organised assembly, reminding us of the many dangers associated with bonfires and fireworks. Their messages were clear and it...

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HeadLines - 17th October 2016

A true sense of achievement

We started last week with an assembly from Darfield 3 using the bible story of David and Goliath to illustrate our SEAL ethos statement of the week, "I can believe in myself to achieve what seems impossible." Nothing could have been more apt for the children from all three Year 6 classes who shows great resilience and perseverance during their trip to Malham Cove....

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HeadLines - 10th October 2016

Celebrating diversity; October is Black History month

October is Black History month and as part of our broad and balanced curriculum we like to make our children aware of its significance to us and to celebrate the positive contribution made by African and Caribbean communities to Great Britain, both historically and currently.

Last Monday, Elford 1 introduced the month in their assembly in...

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HeadLines - 3rd October 2016

Educational visits, making the most of first hand experience

Our Harehills Curriculum stresses the importance of first hand experience for all our children. Last week was packed full of visits with both Year 2 and Year 4 out and about making the most of our local environment. Gledhow woods offers exciting peeks into seasonal change, as well as natural habitats for some of our best loved...

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HeadLines - 26th September 2016

Sharing best practice 

Over the last couple of weeks our staff have been outward-facing and sharing best practice across the city. Two weeks ago Mrs Marshall and Mr Matthews shared a case study with an audience of more than 57 schools detailing what we have done to achieve such impressive outcomes in Maths. Last week Mrs McMullen and Miss Melling shared best practice at a PSHE event attended...

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HeadLines - 19th September 2016

A 'Dahlicious' week

Books can offer so much enjoyment and allow us to escape into a world of imagination which has no bounds.

Our children were inspired by focusing on one of the many books written by the amazing Roald Dahl. From "The Enormous Crocodile", "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", "Matilda" and "Boy", there is something for everyone. On Friday assemblies all classes shared what...

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HeadLines - 12th Sept 2016

Back in style

Our first week back whizzed by and whilst conducting a learning walk around school, Mrs Lee and I were delighted to see children in all classes so eager and ready to participate. We loved the creative displays in every classroom which have been put up to inspire our children to ask questions and engage in the chosen themes for this half term.

We will be celebrating Roald Dahl's...

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HeadLines - 6th Sept 2016

Welcome back to another school year. Our Harehills staff team is excited about all the opportunities we have planned to ensure our children continue to learn, laugh and love every day.

It has been wonderful to see happy, smiling faces as our children have returned back this week. I am very proud of how smart they all look in their 'Harehills blue' uniforms. We have been busy over the Summer...

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