View our posts


EYFS children have enjoyed painting, mixing different colours to achieve the desired effect for their art pieces. Take a look at some of our work! 🎨🖌️


Our wonderful Y6 football team played Kent House last week and drew 1-1 ⚽️


In DT, the Y1 children have had lots of fun making prototype puppets. They have used their sewing skills! 🧵🪡


We are so proud of our Y6 pupils, who have completed their SATs tests this week. We celebrated today with an afternoon in Crystal Palace Park! 🎓


EYFS had a lovely day sharing and tasting food from different cultures. They had food from more than 20 nationalities in our Nursery and celebrated that between them, they speak more than 20 languages! Diversity is beautiful!


Y1 have been learning about attachments for fabrics. They have been learning to glue fabrics together, and basic stitching! 🪡


Reception have had an exciting trip to Beckenham Fire Station this half term. They had a tour of the station, the fire engine and even got to practise spraying the hose! 🧯🚒🧑‍🚒


Y6 have been learning about soap carving in their Art lessons this half term!


Last week, Y5 went to visit Westminster Abbey!


Y6 have been making cardboard models in the style of Barbara Hepworth! 🖌️


Today our Y6 football team represented us in their first match against Harris Kent House. Well done boys! 👏🏼⚽️


Last half term, Y1 had a great workshop from Freshwater Theatre about weather and seasons. They also enjoyed acting out different animals found in different area of the world and why they are suited to their environments! 🌧️🌨️🌤️


Last half term, Y3 had an exciting trip to look at London landmarks. They saw Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and St James’ Park!


Y6 have been learning about rotary, ready to think about the mechanisms they will need for their own mechanical toys!


In Science,  KS1 have been looking at different types of weather and discussing with their partners what type of clothes they would wear in those conditions! ☀️🌤️🌨️🌧️


There has been some amazing writing in Reception this half term."Please help us find Evil Pea" 🫛🥔


Early Years loved learning about St George this week.  St George saved our beautiful princess from a Dragon! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿


Yesterday, Y1 and Y2 had a great day learning how to play the Samba drums! They then performed their music to their parents in the playground at the end of the day! 🥁


It’s comic relief day and we are celebrating by wearing red, as well as telling our favourite jokes and rewarding a ‘humour champion’ 🔴


An amazing session with today to celebrate Science Week 🧪🥼

Harris Academies
All Academies in our Federation aim to transform the lives of the students they serve by bringing about rapid improvement in examination results, personal development and aspiration.

Central Office


















EYFS - spring term

Communication and Language

  • To be able to listen to others and respond by making relevant comments and answer questions about what they have heard.
  • To be able to contribute to small group and whole class discussions offering prompts and cues during conversations. 
  • To speak in complete sentences keeping conversations going by remaining on topic


  • To be able to represent amounts and tell you one more with numbers from 0-5.
  • To be able to compare mass and capacity.
  • To be able to explore the numbers 6, 7, 8.
  • To be able to combine groups.

Expressive Arts and Design

  • To draw a simple representation of an object or person
  • To join two materials together
  • To recognise and mix secondary colours
  • To design for purpose and explain their process
  • To copy and continue a simple beat, rhythm, pattern

 Physical Development

  • To experiment with different ways of moving and adapt movements
  • To develop a range of ball skills including kicking, batting, passing and aiming
  • To use small tools with greater proficiency.  

Understanding the World

  • To talk about aspects of life in other countries and to make simple comparisons
  • To draw simple comparisons between their own culture and heritage and those of others
  • To identify key features of their local community
  • To show care for living things and environment
  • To make predications and ask questions

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • To recognise a wide range of emotions through body language, expressions and tone of voice
  • To understand why we have class rules
  • To understand the need for healthy lifestyle choices
  • To initiate play with peers and consider the views and opinions of others


  • To write simple sentences that are phonetically plausible. Sometimes using full stops and capital letters
  • To recall stories, rhymes and poems with increasing detail
  • To know we get information from non-fiction books and digital devices
  • To form lower case letters and begin to form some capital letters correctly.
  • To know set 1 special friends and red words