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

  • 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

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

A group of year 5 and 6 children went to City hall for the WE youth summit.  This Youth Summit was a chance for bright, passionate young people to come together and gain the resources and knowledge they need to create change in their local communities.

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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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18/11/16

Year 2 were very excited to share their Maths Week Homework, 'fraction games', with Year 1 during 'golden time'. They had a fantastic time sharing the fun and learning about 'fractions' in such an entertaining way. Year 1 took part in playing board games and puzzles. They loved the timed fraction game in which children had to match picture cards to the right fraction. The children have worked very hard. Well done!

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17/11/16

Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed a creative afternoon during Maths Week. They chose to paint 2-D shapes keeping in mind patterns and sequences. Some children decided to make a sequence of colours whilst others opted for a spotty pattern. The lovely rectangles, squares, triangles and pentagons have been put together to make a mobile as a display in the classroom. Fabulous work Year 2!!

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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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04/11/16

Year 3 are busy in creating their Mini Compost Bin

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04/11/16

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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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 2 enjoyed an afternoon creating 'seasons in a box' during their Topic lesson. They used resources linked to their allocated season to design their boxes. Children designing an autumn box used conkers and autumn coloured leaves whilst children allocated to spring season used green leaves and blossoms. Fantastic work Year 2!

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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

Year 1 and 2 had a fantastic time at their African mask-making workshop. They learned that each colour had a significant meaning and that each tribe used a different design. They got very creative designing their very own masks!!

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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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05/10/16

Year 6 made tiramisu as part of our instructions unit. We will then be writing our very own recipe to make this mouth- watering tiramisu!

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05/10/16

Year 3 are preparing Carnival Head wear during their Art lesson.

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03/10/16

Year 2 thoroughly enjoyed investigating the relationship between the distance a vehicle travels with the height and surface of a ramp. Children correctly predicted that the vehicle would go down faster from a higher ramp and when the surface of the ramp was smooth and slippery. They were thrilled when their predictions proved to be correct after their investigations. Brilliant work year 2!!

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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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