• We strive to ensure everyone feels valued

  • Our ethos brings together our children
    community, staff and parents to provide a safe, nurturing environment

  • Our aspiration is to make every day a
    rewarding, creative and unique experience

  • You can achieve anything,
    if you believe in yourself

  • Our ethos brings together our children
    community, staff and parents to provide a safe, nurturing environment

  • Our students develop their skills
    to become independent, lifelong learners..

Head Teacher's Message

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the fist Muslim, independent school in Harrow. We are a small, Islamic faith school teaching the National Curriculum within the context of an Islamic ethos. Our goal at Harrow Primary is to create a school which fosters in our students a love of learning, strong morals and character and, a genuine respect for others, prepared in every way intellectually, morally and socially - for the world that awaits them. To this end, our school ethos which welcomes students of all backgrounds and beliefs is not that of a small school, rather a large family where children are happy, caring and considerate.

I welcome you to visit our school and meet our team and our students!


 

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12/06/17

Year 6 celebrated the end of SAT week by visiting Oxygen Free-jumping centre. Truly exhilarating experience for all!

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25/05/17

Year 2 were super excited to taste food from the French cuisine for their Topic lesson. Some children thought the crepe was scrumptious and didn't really like the mangetout. They had a wonderful time and gave the French cuisine a thumbs up!!

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25/05/17

We would like to inform you of a slight change in the summer holiday dates due to a slight change in the dates for the month of Ramadhan and Eid. 

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10/05/17

Year 6 made DNA models while learning about Scientists and their inventions

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09/05/17

During Year 5s Maths lesson they used centimetre cubes to build cuboids so that they can work out the volume.

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08/05/17

Year 5 have been busy merging Art and History lessons together by designing and creating their own viking shields!

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08/04/17

Year 2 had a wonderful time making a healthy salad using the cress they grew in class. They used lettuce, cucumber, tomato, feta cheese, seeds and the star ingredient class grown cress to make their yummy salad. They thought the salad was delicious and took home the rest of their cress to enjoy with their family!!

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16/03/17

Last week we had completed our Volcano models. The children, following their theme of acid and base, created lava which erupted from their volcanoes: amazing!

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12/03/17

Year 1 look very busy in their Maths lesson learning about number bonds!

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03/03/17

Year 2 became authors for the day. They wrote their very own story and illustrated it too. They have displayed their story in class for everyone to read!

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03/03/17

Year 6 were in the hot seat as they spoke about some of their favourite characters from their favourite reading books. They also wrote character sketches to celebrate World Book Day. 

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02/03/17

Year 6 have been studying the poem The Tyger by William Blake. This week they wowed the class by writing and presenting their own Tiger poem! 

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01/03/17

Year 2 planted cress seeds in their science lesson. We put some cotton in the pot and watered it using a spoon. We then spread the cress seeds evenly on the cotton and watered it again. We have placed the pots in a warm spot in the classroom. We are very excited and can't wait for the cress to grow!!

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28/02/17

Creative Science Club is about to erupt in the next session with lava! In preparation for the event the club members were busy today painting their hardened volcanoes.

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27/02/17

Year 4 create an informative advert using their persuasive and artistic skills

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23/02/17

Year 2 enjoyed observing plants in their science lesson. They drew the plant, labelled it and wrote a description of the plant.

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09/02/17

Year 2 have impressed Ms Hassan with their creative healthy lunchbox. The children used soft sculpture to create healthy food to put inside their lunchbox. They also thought of a name for their lunchbox that is related to both health and fitness. They had a great time sharing their lunchbox with their friends!

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29/01/17

Year 2 had a fantastic English lesson tasting different fruits to get them buzzing with adjectives to describe them. It was the first time for some children to taste kiwi. They loved the fruit and said it was juicy, sweet and delicious!

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18/01/17

The Creative Science Club went off with a BANG, this week!!  All the young creative and scientific minds present made snowflakes and used them in their snowman scenery and loved every minute!

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07/12/16

Year 1 have been learning about ordinal numbers. We had 3 minutes to write our numbers down organize ourselves in a queue ready for lunch time. Sammy displayed excellent organisational skills.

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06/12/16

Year 6 discussed Human rights as part of Human Rights week. We had a mini debate and discussed what we thought were our most important rights. We then created personalised posters with our most important rights!

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01/12/16

Year 2 enjoyed their Art lesson creating an autumn leaf collage. They drew and cut a simple leaf shape on card. They then ripped up pieces of red, yellow and orange tissue paper, scrunched them up and glued them on. Well done Year 2!!

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25/11/16

Year 6 enjoyed using craft materials to make tropical trees. We used tissue paper, coloured card and wire to create our trees. Mrs Gulamhusein is so impressed with their creativity! 

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24/11/16

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23/11/16

Year 2's investigation about the properties of materials led them to a conclusion that depending on the force applied, the objects either changed shape or stayed the same. Squashing, bending, twisting and stretching were some of the actions used on objects like play dough, sponges, straws, pipe cleaners and towels.

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16/11/16

Film festival gave the opportunity to schools to annually celebrate film and education. Thus some children from HPS were selected from a hat to go watch Finding Dory on Friday morning. Through this program children learn to watch, critique, review and make films.

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15/11/16

Year 6 enjoyed using laptops to play fraction jeopardy! The more difficult the questions the more points they received. Year 6 are officially fraction professors!

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15/11/16

Year 2's science investigation on the 'uses of everyday materials' led them outside into the playground. Each object they found was scrutinised for its property and use. They discovered that many of the different objects they found were made of plastic.

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14/11/16

Year 3 designing their Autumn leaves during their Art lesson.

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14/11/16

Year 2 enjoyed their Art lesson creating an autumn leaf collage. They drew and cut a simple leaf shape on card. They then ripped up pieces of red, yellow and orange tissue paper, scrunched them up and glued them on. Well done Year 2!!

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19/10/16

Year 5 and 6 went to watch the "The Railway Children" at Kings Theatre. It was spectacular with a real steam train and the set was on a real train track! We all thoroughly enjoyed the story which linked to our literacy unit!

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16/10/16

Year 3 have been exploring Tangrams and using their learning on shapes to solve puzzles, they have enjoyed the challenge and are still looking to find different ways of making triangles using 7 different 2D shapes….

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14/10/16

The Headteacher was delighted to attend 3FF's inaugural launch of its Faith School Linking Programme on Thursday 13th October in Westminster.

Faith School Linking provides students of different faiths, beliefs and cultures with sustainable opportunities to meet and learn from each other through meaningful exchange. The programme actively supports teachers in cultivating essential skills for effective interfaith and intercultural work in the classroom and beyond, increasing recognition and respect for different beliefs and cultures.

The event was hosted by William Wragg MP, and was attended by a selected number of leaders in education, including policy, teachers, students, relevant MP’s and faith leaders engaged in interfaith work.

Harrow Primary's work on this front can be located here: http://harrowprimary.org.uk/3-faiths-forum

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06/10/16

Years 5 and 6 had an absolute blast making African masks. This activity is linked to our black history week; the children are studying about people of black origin and learning about the impact they made in the world!

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15/04/16

On Friday 15th March, 2016 our local Harrow West MP, Gareth Thomas MP, visited the school. The children were very excited to meet him and some had already met him at the Houses of Parliament as part of the School Council visit. Mr Thomas explained to the students the workings of parliament and answered lots of interesing questions posed by the students. He also toured the school and met with Governors, the Headteacher and the school Proprietor.

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