• 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

  • We strive to ensure everyone feels valued

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

  • Everyone is encouraged to grow
    morally, intellectually and spiritually

Head Teacher's Message

At Harrow Primary School our vision is to create a school of excellence where students develop their skills to become independent, lifelong learners, thinkers and leaders.

We strive to ensure everyone feels valued and respected and our ethos brings together our children, community, staff and parents to provide a safe and nurturing environment for all.

Our aspiration is to make every day a rewarding, creative and unique experience; inspired by our inclusive and welcoming Islamic faith, everyone is encouraged to grow intellectually, morally and spiritually.

Alim Uddin Shaikh

Founding Headteacher

Highlights

03/02/15

Year 1 enjoyed their visit to the London Transport Museum this week! They explored various means of transport and looked at how trains in particular have changed over time.

The children compared different types of vehicles in an immersive actor led workshop where they explored a 'journey into the past.'

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03/02/15

For Year 2 the snow on Tuesday 3rd Feb brought with it excitement and exhilaration! During playtime, the children decided to carry out an experiment with the snow. It was quite obvious to the children that small balls of snow would melt faster than big balls but the children grouped up and decided to combine maths with their experiment and time how long it would take for the balls of snow to melt indoors. We made 4 balls of different sizes and put them in individual bowls in the corner of the classroom. The timer was started and the watch began!! Amazingly, it took the smallest ball one hour fifteen minutes to melt while the biggest ball took 5 hours fifteen minutes! We calculated each time by taking away the time each melted from the time we started the experiment!!

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28/01/15

Year 4 went to see Roald Dahl’s Matilda.  It was a smart, quirky and sublimely good fun. A moving and subtle spectacle which had year 4 children in stitches.  The children enjoyed a good view of the stage with actors at times involving the audience.  It brought Matilda’s story to life! 

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26/01/15

Maths Week saw Year 5 and 6 take part in an "Apprentice" style activity where they had to create their own 'Sweet Treat' in groups, they even went to buy their own ingredients.

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07/01/15

Welcome to the New Term, Spring 2015.

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10/12/14

Harrow Primary School undertook its second annual Charity Fitness Event on 9 December, 2014.

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10/12/14

At Harrow Primary School our vision is to create a school of excellence where students develop their skills to become independent, lifelong learners, thinkers and leaders. We strive to ensure everyone feels valued and respected and our ethos brings together our children, community, staff and parents to provide a safe and nurturing environment for all.

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