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05/04/19

Parents and children dodged the rain to take part in the PTA’s ‘Eggstravaganza!’ Egg Hunt. Lots of fun was had solving clues and hunting for eggs on the treasure trail on the school field. https://t.co/FzlY1tWQyR

03/04/19

Year 4 & 5 visited this week to learn about science, technology, engineering & maths (STEM). This opportunity involved pupils being led by STEM ambassadors to 4 rides & completing a variety of observations & tasks whilst enjoying the rides themselves! https://t.co/qMNetg6d0R

29/03/19

Year 4 & 5 had an exciting opportunity to take part in a planting event. This will help improve our outdoor environment & enabled the children to learn about the environmental significance of trees & how they support the planet. Children each planted one of 120 saplings! https://t.co/wP2mp3NpaJ

29/03/19

Broccoli Brains came to visit our new dining experience and promote the power of vegetables! He loved our new look dinner hall, the herbs on the tables, the calm music and thought that the Dining Champions were spectacular! Lots of pupils tucked in to extra helpings of broccoli! https://t.co/DXIJGq7ima

07/02/19

Congratulations to the Year 5 & 6 pupils who played magnificently at today's Bromley Tag Rugby Festival. An excellent 3rd place in our group! https://t.co/qbVmxIUJyV

01/02/19

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

Lovely note from a pupil "I would like my teacher to know that I like Mandarin" and a gift from a pupil this week! https://t.co/EHfe6J9dvo

01/02/19

School is open as usual but due to the weather please use the Malcolm Road entrance (via the school office) today. Thank you.

31/01/19

As you are aware snow is forecast for this evening and into tomorrow morning. As a precaution, and as part of our risk assessment, we have put in place the following procedures (see image); https://t.co/vwgzpen7HA

30/01/19

Nursery took part in an African drumming workshop today. They really enjoyed learning how to bang the drum in different ways and about the sounds it produced. They all had a go at making rhythms together in unison. There were lots of smiles and happy cheers. https://t.co/YiuhMgfsis

30/01/19

Year 2 have been enjoying Adventure Learning this half term. Today they built a nest for a mouse, but were challenged to make it as well insulated as possible. Each nest was tested by measuring the temperature of a cup of hot water after 2 minutes in each nest. https://t.co/BMxPhMwBeh

23/01/19

Here are some photos from the launch of our new parent reading mornings in reception. It was really well attended and we all enjoyed reading the new books we've bought for our reading corner https://t.co/hftqLfITNr

20/12/18

Nursery’s first trip! To celebrate the holidays, the children made a Happy Holidays card. They learnt about postboxes & how letters get delivered. Finally it was time to post their cards in a real postbox. The children are very excited to receive the card at home. https://t.co/hewBMeh97e

04/12/18

Nursery had their second learning journal party of the year this morning which was really well attended. Parents loved seeing all the children’s fantastic work! https://t.co/exouGL1iSj

27/11/18

Many thanks to the many parents who attended the Maths & GPS workshops last week. If you missed out this time, they will be repeated on 28th Feb & 7th Mar https://t.co/mleFOYfBI6

15/11/18

Meet our newly appointed School Council Representatives from years 1-6 who met for their first meeting yesterday. They were presented with their official badges and discussed the responsibilities they have in their role. Here they are wearing their badges with pride! https://t.co/S7NL1oZGST

12/11/18

The Great Fire of London was brought to life in spectacular fashion when model houses made by year 2 pupils went up in smoke! Our dramatic recreation will really help the children to plan and write an explanation of how the fire started https://t.co/QCaNyziCQi

19/10/18

Congratulations to our Super Stars who have been shining brightly over this first half of the autumn term. Well done to you all for being simply brilliant! https://t.co/Psy5l2TtUi

12/10/18

On Monday, we had the pleasure of having players Mr Johnson and his teammate Nathan Thomas to take an assembly about the values of working hard in life https://t.co/3LSUTOKx4q

12/10/18

Wear Pink to school on Friday 19th October in exchange for a £1 donation. Proceeds go to https://t.co/FTf1WOAm4H

11/10/18

Retweetd From Cara Bleiman

Children started learning Mandarin on their second day in reception! We learned how to say 早上好 (good morning) and 晚上好 (good evening) and made these lovely day and night scenes! https://t.co/T2Ar1VEMPW

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The nursery at Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace is an Early Years provision with warm and welcoming staff. Our staff are a dedicated team of individuals who work together in a professional manner to promote a wide and varied Early Years Provision.

Our highly qualified and experienced staff offer the children a learning through play based experiences, under the areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. This contributes to the development of the ‘whole child’ as our aim is to enable all our children to have fun and foster a love for learning.

We have 52 part time places available in our nursery, 26 per session - am/pm. For nursery admissions details, click here.

Our morning session is from 8:30am - 11:30am
and afternoon session 12:30pm - 3:30pm. 

Our approach to learning embodies a positive attitude to life and learning as they prepare to start their journey through school life. We aspire to encourage our children to feel equipped to play an active role in life as they grow and flourish in our care. Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace believe that diversity is a strength, which should be respected and celebrated by all those who learn and visit us.

We are committed to ensuring equality of opportunities for all and we will endeavour to develop a culture of inclusion and diversity in which people feel free to participate fully in Nursery life, regardless of their race or gender.

Our play based curriculum covers the seven areas of learning. Prime Areas: PSED (Personal, Social and Emotional Development), PD (PHYSICAL Development) and CL (Communication and Language). As well as the Specific Areas: Literacy (Reading and Writing), Mathematics (number and space, shape and measure), EAD  (Expressive Arts and Design) and UK (Understanding of the World).

 

 

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