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17/05/24

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! 🎨🖌️ pic.twitter.com/uJTDCKLGRz

17/05/24

Our wonderful Y6 football team played Kent House last week and drew 1-1 ⚽️ pic.twitter.com/oegVWd9Mrz

17/05/24

In DT, the Y1 children have had lots of fun making prototype puppets. They have used their sewing skills! 🧵🪡 pic.twitter.com/JD05qX66eD

17/05/24

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! 🎓 pic.twitter.com/c2klyYW6ce

07/05/24

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! pic.twitter.com/GXP49Q72xk

07/05/24

Y1 have been learning about attachments for fabrics. They have been learning to glue fabrics together, and basic stitching! 🪡 pic.twitter.com/SLlTfWNG8C

07/05/24

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! 🧯🚒🧑‍🚒 pic.twitter.com/s41PK6P3Sk

07/05/24

Y6 have been learning about soap carving in their Art lessons this half term! pic.twitter.com/PalhUjmgL6

07/05/24

Last week, Y5 went to visit Westminster Abbey! pic.twitter.com/iC2FYV6Vha

07/05/24

Y6 have been making cardboard models in the style of Barbara Hepworth! 🖌️ pic.twitter.com/D25HbwotJI

26/04/24

Today our Y6 football team represented us in their first match against Harris Kent House. Well done boys! 👏🏼⚽️ pic.twitter.com/o9RDs55e19

25/04/24

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! 🌧️🌨️🌤️ pic.twitter.com/rB607E8fLa

25/04/24

Last half term, Y3 had an exciting trip to look at London landmarks. They saw Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and St James’ Park! pic.twitter.com/i7xRg4f3V5

25/04/24

Y6 have been learning about rotary, ready to think about the mechanisms they will need for their own mechanical toys! pic.twitter.com/jcVLkVpDaJ

25/04/24

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! ☀️🌤️🌨️🌧️ pic.twitter.com/a5HCDBqJlM

25/04/24

There has been some amazing writing in Reception this half term."Please help us find Evil Pea" 🫛🥔 pic.twitter.com/BJFRzraxj1

25/04/24

Early Years loved learning about St George this week.  St George saved our beautiful princess from a Dragon! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 pic.twitter.com/L54clslzyt

25/04/24

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! 🥁 pic.twitter.com/ah9FhBQsxE

15/03/24

It’s comic relief day and we are celebrating by wearing red, as well as telling our favourite jokes and rewarding a ‘humour champion’ 🔴 pic.twitter.com/rCuawX8K79

15/03/24

An amazing session with today to celebrate Science Week 🧪🥼 pic.twitter.com/0KJCpqIKk7

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Nursery Admissions

Contact: Miss S Bowyer
Telephone: 0208 778 4742
Email: info@harrisprimarycrystalpalace.org.uk
Address: Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace, Malcolm Road, London, SE20 8RH

At present, all three and four year olds are entitled to up to 15 hours of free childcare a week for up to 38 weeks a year, and this entitlement will continue. From September 2017, the government increased free childcare to 30 hours a week (for up to 38 weeks a year). This is part of the Childcare Act 2016. However, this increase will only be available to families who meet certain criteria. Criteria from September 2020 for three and four year olds

Eligibility for the additional free entitlement will include households where:

  • All parents (whether two-parent families or lone parents) are working and earning the equivalent of 16 hours a week at the National Minimum or Living Wage (includes income received from tax credits or Universal Credit) and/or:
  • One/both parent/s is away on leave (parental, maternal etc.)
  • One/both parent/s is on Statutory Sick Pay
  • Parents on zero-hours contracts will be eligible, as are those who are registered as self-employed
  • One parent is employed and the other parent has either: substantial caring responsibilities and/or disability; is a foster-carer with their own three- and four- year old children
  • Parents who are in training will not be eligible as they can receive other Government support
  • There is an income cap. If one parent's income exceeds £100K the household will not be eligible

For more information, please visit: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk and www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/providers/communications-toolkit/

Admissions Procedure

Please contact the school office if you are interested, or download and complete the Nursery Application Form and return it to the school office. Visits to the Nursery are welcome, please contact the school office to make an appointment.
 

Nursery Places

We are able to offer a combination of full and part-time, up to 26 places per session.
15 hours eligibility = 3 hours per day, 5 days per week (8:30am -11:30am or 12:30pm -3:30pm)

Full time spaces are available to parents that are entitled to 30 hours funding. To find out if you are eliglibe for funding you will need to apply via the link www.bromley.gov.uk/30hours. If you are entitled to 30 hours funding we will charge a fee of £25 per week to cover the extra hour per day. All full time places are subject to 5 days a week. 


Nursery Criteria:
 

  • Children looked after, or who have an allocated social worker who has provided written support of the application
  • Children who are recommend for a place at that school by the Disability or Locality TAC (Team around the Child)
  • Children with professionally supported educational, medical or social needs. When deciding whether a child has an educational, medical or social need, the Principal will consider the child’s needs or circumstances, and supporting evidence from other professionals
  • Children with a brother or sister currently attending our school, and who will still be at school when the child is admitted
  • Children who live nearest to the school on the basis of distance between the child’s home and the school, measured by a straight line

Nursery admissions arrangements 2023 - 2024