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25/11/20

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: How To Be Happy. Practical actions you can take today to feel happy! https://t.co/CtLhOC08aJ

24/11/20

Today Reception enjoyed an ‘All About Me’ workshop delivered by . A little bit different to our usual visit with a mobile classroom, but just as fantastic and engaging. All classes from Nursery to year 6 have taken part in interactive PSHE workshops this week. https://t.co/L1xP2tMhwf

19/11/20

Inspiring training this evening from Hazel Forrester ‘Encouraging and Supporting Writing in the EYFS and KS1’ https://t.co/58o9sRxvQI

18/11/20

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Take a look at this toolkit specifically developed to support parents and carers. https://t.co/zRDUSS7SxB

16/11/20

🌈Today we have taken part in to celebrate what makes us all unique. Well done to everyone who made an effort today to wear odd socks https://t.co/Bw0gebG8uk

16/11/20

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A great day celebrating Children in Need. We raised £300! Thank you to all who donated. https://t.co/l498LXWQK8

14/11/20

Happy Diwali to all those celebrating. https://t.co/QwsUaC5diM

13/11/20

A great day celebrating Children in Need. We raised £300! Thank you to all who donated. https://t.co/l498LXWQK8

13/11/20

🌈Today is . If we all do just one act of kindness daily, we might just set the world in the right direction. What will your act of kindness be today? Have a good day everyone. https://t.co/0ALJZGboqC

12/11/20

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Children in Need, this Friday! Come to school wearing something spotty for £1! https://t.co/1ggJp4qOz2

12/11/20

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Pupils paused to reflect today with a minute’s silence at 11am. We also learned about the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal in classes today https://t.co/g6pO2R2nrS

11/11/20

Children in Need, this Friday! Come to school wearing something spotty for £1! https://t.co/1ggJp4qOz2

11/11/20

Pupils paused to reflect today with a minute’s silence at 11am. We also learned about the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal in classes today https://t.co/g6pO2R2nrS

05/11/20

Thank you to everyone who donated! You have helped to make such a difference https://t.co/QDAAFSzgny

04/11/20

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: Today is and with this in mind, we want to focus on one tip in particular: 'Try not be too hard on yourself’. Find out more about stress and ways to cope here: https://t.co/vZJmcQV0gG

31/10/20

🌈 ‘You never know what you can do until you try’ C.S. Lewis. Check out the new calendar for November to help find new and creative ways to keep learning and overcome frustrations. https://t.co/QBcXMmP7TT

29/10/20

🌈Enjoy making things? Love arts and crafts? Check out some of arts and crafts tutorials here, and make something exciting from things found around the house https://t.co/brVE6l67uA

28/10/20

🌈Wellbeing Wednesday: What do you have planned for this week? It doesn’t have to be something expensive, it doesn’t have to be grand, but try and plan an activity that makes you feel happy. https://t.co/DK8yj8qG6I

26/10/20

A few rainy days coming our way this week! Why not have a go at writing a poem or two? Michael Rosen has lots of fantastic tips and advice. https://t.co/8vTTEXxPqY

26/10/20

Something exciting for December! https://t.co/nN6XsWr16f

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Our Uniform

Pupils are expected to wear the Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace uniform at all times of the day and on the way to and from school. 

We believe that uniform, apart from being practical, helps the children develop a sense of identity with the school while at the same time creating an image that we can all be proud of.

Our new uniform provider is Stevensons. Click here for their website and click here for their price list.
 

Nursery and Reception 

White polo shirt with embroidered badge. Grey / black trousers (black joggers for nursery only) / skirt / dress / shorts
School jumper / cardigan with embroidered badge
Black shoes (no boots or trainers)


In Summer

White polo shirt with embroidered badge. Grey/black trousers (black joggers for nursery only) / skirt / dress / shorts
Blue striped / checked gingham dress.  
School jumper / cardigan with embroidered badge
Black shoes (no boots or trainers)

For PE

Blue t-shirt with embroidered badge. Blue shorts and black or white plimsoles for indoor PE and trainers for outdoor activities.
 

Years 1 to 6

White long or short sleeved shirt. Grey / black trousers / skirt / dress / shorts
School jumper / cardigan with embroidered badge
School Tie (blue & silver for Years 1-5 / blue & gold for Year 6)
Black shoes (no boots or trainers)


In Summer

White polo shirt with embroidered badge. Grey/black trousers / skirt / dress / shorts
Blue striped / checked gingham dress.  
School jumper / cardigan with embroidered badge
Black shoes (no boots or trainers)

For. P.E

Blue t-shirt with embroidered badge. Blue shorts and black or white plimsoles for indoor PE and trainers for outdoor activities.

 

Daywear

Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace DAYWEAR BOARD

Sportswear

Harris Primary  Academy Crystal Palace PE BOARD

Please note:

  • Children may wear our 'old style' uniform until it needs to be replaced
  • Parents are asked to ensure their children are properly equipped for PE and that kits are available throughout the week
  • The wearing of jewellery is not allowed.  If a child has pierced ears, studs only may be worn
  • Any headscarves or hijabs worn should be black, blue or white

Every article of clothing should be clearly marked with the child’s name.  Although there are procedures for dealing with lost property and for safeguarding children’s belongings, the school cannot accept any liability or responsibility for the loss or damage of any individual item belonging to a child.