• 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

18/05/15

Y‚Äčear 5 and 6 thoroughly enjoyed making mosaic tiles inspired by Islamic art. We focused on measuring out how many tiles would fit on our square coaster and then on creating a symmetrical repeating pattern. We used real tiles, PVA glue and grout to complete our master piece!

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15/05/15

Year 2 learnt about the causes and effects of the Great Fire of London and after creating their own Tudor houses, they re-enacted the fire with strips of paper. They also learnt the song 'London's burning' which originated from the Great Fire.

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15/05/15

On Friday afternoon, upper key stage 2 visited Kenton Recreation Ground and had a fun time there to celebrate the end of SATs week. Children enjoyed the fitness equipment while others had a stupendous football match!

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13/05/15

KS1 thoroughly enjoyed their visit to the London Eye this week!

They experienced seeing the sites of London like the Houses of Parliament, the Shard, Wembley Stadium and many others. The children were thrilled with being 'on top' of the River Thames too.

To top it all off they watched a 4D movie about the fascinations of the London Eye!  

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10/05/15

HPS was engulfed with smoke on Sunday 10th May...With a professional firefighter at the BBQ, there was no need to panic! Parents, friends and associates enjoyed deliciously barbecued delights amongst other delicacies. This was one of The Cobbler Challenge fundraising events. A good turnout, beautiful weather and fantastic food!

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06/05/15

The naked eye perceives only a fraction of what there is to see on Earth; we are surrounded by things that are too fast, too slow or too small for us to observe. Year 4 experienced a thrilling 3D IMAX movie, ‘Mysteries of the Unseen World’ that unlocked the secrets of this unseen world.

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04/05/15

Year one students were thrilled to start planting their very own sunflower seeds. They are learning what  plants require for optimal plant growth and are hoping to experience seeing their plants grow well!

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Highlights

01/05/15

As part of the science topic on plants, Year 2 created and named their own cress puppets using plastic cups and stockings. They watched with amazement as the cress began to grow as the puppet's 'hair'! 

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15/04/15

The school council were delighted to visit the Houses of Parliament today with Teacher Sadia and the Headteacher.

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13/04/15

Year 6 will be working hard for their Sats test! We will be doing a lot of past papers and revision lessons. Teacher Zayn is very proud of their dedication so far and is confident they will work hard. Please pray for their success.We are confident they will succeed with all our duas. 

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13/04/15

How does your garden grow?

Year One will be our little gardeners this term and will be exploring  all about how to grow their very own flowering plant. They will be challenged to keep up their ‘gardening skills’ over the weekend too!

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26/03/15

As part of the Oceans and seas topic, Year 2 also made wooden rafts. They tried the olden method of tying each stick together but decided that glue was a much better option. Sails of various sizes and shapes were also designed and stuck on!

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23/03/15

To foster our knowledge of the topic ‘Space’, Year 3 explored materials in science, investigated and researched about the Solar System and produced abstract art. To further enhance understanding and exploration of this challenging concept - negative space,they visited Tate Modern to see an American Artist, Richard Tuttle’s installation… The Flying Machine!

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05/03/15

Years 1 and 2  students were thrilled to participate in a 'Scavenger Hunt' activity to celebrate World Book Day. They worked in pairs to find out words, expressions and images from books of all types; fiction and non-fiction within a certain time limit.

The day ended with receiving a world book day token that can be used to purchase books from the local bookshops.

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12/02/15

The PTA organised its first ever 'movie night' for children. The movie selected was 'Mohammed (SAW) - the last Prophet'. Students were thrilled to have a 'cinema style' experience with tickets, popcorn and refreshments.  It proved to be a fun and educational evening  for all.

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12/02/15

Year 5 and 6 went on a thrilling trip to the IMAX cinema to watch "Hidden Universe". This was a unique opportunity to see our solar system up close. We marvelled on the beautiful planets and stars Allah(swt) has created. Teacher Zayn was really proud when her class offered their seat to her on the train and was even more beaming when an onlooker commented on how well behaved and polite the class were!

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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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