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

  • 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..

  • 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

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the first 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!

Alim Uddin Shaikh

Founding Headteacher

Highlights

28/04/16

Y1 have had a busy few weeks of weaving, drawing, cutting and decision making,and have completed their animal themed placemats and can't wait to make use of them at dinner time! Hopefully, the fine motor skills they have developed will also help them eat those healthy foods on their plates!! 

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27/04/16

Year 6 have been working hard on their persuasive posters! We have been using features like alliteration, rhetorical questions and persuasive openers. 

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26/04/16

Year 3 were captivated by Shakespeare's 400th Virtual Trip as they participated in this live broadcast and learned many interesting facts about Shakespeare's home town. 

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18/04/16

Year 5 carried out an experiment on thermal insulation by measuring temperature and using different materials. They concluded that using styrofoam for hot drinks is a much better idea than plastic cups!

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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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14/04/16

Year 1 started the term by getting their hands dirty whilst planting spinach and peas as part of their science topic!! We will be logging the growth and size of our plants over the next few weeks inshAllah. 

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13/04/16

Year 2 kicked off their first PSHE lesson of the term discussing the different characteristics needed to become a good friend. The children agreed that sharing with each other and being nice are some of the important things we need to do to have a good friendship. They enjoyed drawing pictures and writing captions about their ideas of friendship. This will be put together to make their very own book titled 'Friendship'!

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12/04/16

Year 5, have started the new term with the topic; Where does all our stuff come from?

This week children researched; where does our fruit come from?, starting with a yummy tasting session.

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11/04/16

Conservative Councillor for Brondesbury Park and Conservative Greater London Authority Candidate for Harrow and Brent Joel Davidson visited Harrow Primary School and Alridha Foundation to discuss his recent endeavour in seeking election to the Greater London Authority. Many issues affecting the local and wider Muslim community were discussed with the Councillor. 

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21/03/16

Year 2 enjoyed experimenting with primary and secondary colours during their Art lesson. We discussed that the primary colours, red, blue and yellow, cannot be made by mixing colours together. However, those colours can be mixed to make secondary colours such as purple, green and orange. Children had a fantastic time making lovely shades of secondary colours!

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18/03/16

Year 1 enhanced their learning through various events as part of Maths Week, one of the activities was when children used match sticks and play dough to create their very own 3D shapes, including, cubes, cuboids and square-based pyramids!

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14/03/16

Year 1 had a carousel of activities during Shakespeare Week during which they created a portrait of Shakespeare using just one piece of charcoal, tried writing with quill and ink and created a frame for their portraits by folding paper. 

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11/03/16

Yr 5 baked cakes as part of their Golden Time and made a very special one for the Headteacher - how lovely!

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10/03/16


Year 6 took part in an Apprentice style challenge, where they had to make and sell items for a tuck shop. They did really well and managed to raise £96.55 

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10/03/16

Year 3, one more time, refined their ideas and checked how they measure up measuring Mass, Capacity and volume and reading scales.

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09/03/16

Year 4 explored their very own creative and interesting mathematical games.  The children were challenged and keen to complete the task and see the end results. 

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04/03/16

Year 1 made some creative gifts for Mother's Day for their dearest mums during their Art session to show them how much they love and appreciate them! 

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03/03/16

Year 2 enjoyed talking about the character they dressed up as for World Book Day. The children then re-enacted a short scene from their story books ensuring that their tone of voice and the resources they used, fitted well within their character's role. We had our very own Geography teacher who tested the children's knowledge about various countries with extra house points as the reward for answering questions. All the children participated enthusiastically!!

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24/02/16

Year 1 used the standard unit centimetres to measure and record the height and length of various items around the classroom. This was the extension to measuring with cubes which is a non standard unit.

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11/02/16

Year 5 and 6 visited the Immigration museum with Noam Primary as part of our 3ff programme. We learned about immigration into the UK from the Roman times until now! We also get to see some fascinating videos and artefacts!

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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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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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