• 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

05/02/16

Year 4 carried out a maths quiz in groups because it was the NSPCC maths day. This is where children across the UK remember children less fortunate than them.

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05/02/16

Year 5 spent their Art lesson as Mask Investigators finding out about the different types of African masks, what they're made of and what they're used for. The Baule was by far the class' favourite! 

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29/01/16

Year 2 enjoyed learning about multiplication this week. They used arrays and objects to help them solve multiplication sums of the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. 

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29/01/16

Year 3 had invited some furry visitors, for their golden time! Hassan's 'Big' hamster's pups were brought in and year 3 were very keen to find out all about them - it was a very exciting afternoon!

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26/01/16

Year 5 and  6 had an interactive workshop led by 3FF ( 3 Faiths Forum). We heard fascinating life stories from people of other faith and looked at monuments that were special to them. The children were also set a task to find fifteen fruits that grow on trees! Now that is challenging!

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25/01/16

Year 5 used their knowledge of healthy eating, the Eatwell Plate and energy to help Jordan & Nicola finish the day in energy balance! Students saw how the food they eat and what they 'do', affects energy balance.

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22/01/16

Year 1 have been learning about Prophet Muhammed's first revelation as part of his birthday celebration!!

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11/01/16

Year 5 thoroughly enjoyed taking part in a passionate debate in class. This was part of their English unit based around argument and debate. The topic for their debate was: 'Should students be allowed to use mobiles in the classroom?'

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08/01/16

Year 2 enjoyed talking about the 'Topic' project they did for homework on 'The journey of potatoes'. They also shared interesting ideas of what could be made out of potatoes.

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07/01/16

Year 3 presented a delightful puppet show to celebrate Moulood last week,  which retold the story of Prophet Mohammed (SAW)'s Hijrah to Medina by some story tellers (year 3!). 

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11/12/15

In Year 1 we talked about the birth of Prophet Isa and related it to Christianity which Christians will be celebrating this month. The tree in the picture symbolises that Bibi Maryam then ate the dates as instructed by Allah (saw).

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11/12/15

Year 3 visited the Harrow Museum and had a go at excavation, restoration, creating their own plaques and going on a trail to find out Historical facts about the Romans.

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10/12/15

Year 6 took part in a "Slam Poetry" competition. They enjoyed first writing their poem and then perfecting their actions to turn their poem into a performance. The class then gave everyone a score and Teacher Zayn announced the Winner. Well Done Youssuf - your score was 9.7...the highest!

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01/12/15

Year 2 enjoyed learning about different types of fabric such as cotton, silk, nylon and polyester. They described the properties of the different fabrics and then used them in weaving beautiful and creative squares.

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27/11/15

Year 1 thoroughly enjoyed painting their own patterns using bold colours just like the artist Joan Miro who they have been learning about this half term.

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26/11/15

On 26th Nov, 2015 we welcomed Superintendent Mark Wolski, the Borough Assistant Commander, to meet with parents and discuss safety community matters in light of recent global events. Parents and carers had an opportunity to discuss and share views openly and honestly with the Assistant Commander. Thank you to all the parents who attended and also a special thanks to Superintendent Mark.

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24/11/15

Year 5 and 6 went on an amazing trip to Wembley stadium as part of our faith school link project with Noam Primary, we had a fantastic day getting to know each other. We did lots of activities and toured the stadium. 

For further information on this exciting project: http://harrowprimary.org.uk/3-faiths-forum

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10/11/15

Year 6 had a fascinating time at the British museum, we watched a film on the Vikings and also looked at various relics from ancient civilisations.

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02/09/15

Welcome Back to all our students and a big welcome to all of our new students for the 2015-16 Academic Year.

All the teachers and staff at Harrow Primary School are excited and very much looking forward to welcoming all of our students to the new academic year, ready for another exciting, educational, fun-filled year of learning, enjoyment and adventure.....

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