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30/07/19

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Have you found out you are attending this September? supply their uniform, have a look at prices and images online! Uniform can be bought in store or online... https://t.co/hhv79u4zX4

23/07/19

✨What a year it's been!🌟 💫Thank you to all of our brilliant parents/carers, friends, pupils and staff💫 ☀️ Enjoy the well deserved break!☀️ Thank you to Mrs Rowland for the amazing Year Six leavers cake too! 🍰 https://t.co/0c7Dpa8aOm

18/07/19

The nursery children are busy getting ready for their graduation assembly. We are looking forward to showing the parents and carers on Tuesday 23rd July at 11am! https://t.co/Gb0IgBLUwI

17/07/19

Night 1️⃣ of ‘Robin And The Sherwood Hoodies’, written and created by and complete ✅ https://t.co/UiqeciUN0L

16/07/19

Year 6 have performed both of their dress rehearsals of ‘Robin And The Sherwood Hoodies’, written and created by and , to the rest of the academy and are eagerly waiting for the two evenings of performances to their families. https://t.co/rOBaL6Fadx

16/07/19

Here are some more of their fantastic poems! https://t.co/OmGw757WxN

16/07/19

Last week, 6B learnt about blackout poetry and spent time creating their own. They thought carefully about the chosen words and how to create an appropriate blackout image to match the theme of the poem. https://t.co/g36ROavCA7

11/07/19

The nursery children have been looking after their growing area. They have been watering the plants regularly to help them flourish. We have also eaten the strawberries from our strawberry plants! https://t.co/wtJqy8D8vr

09/07/19

Year 5 and Year 6 enjoyed some Punjabi, Hindi and Bengali taster sessions today delivered by university. https://t.co/Iv2jwC8PZU

09/07/19

🇫🇷 In French, Year 6 have researched French speaking countries has part of International Week.🌍🌎 They have also tasted some traditional food. Can you guess some of the countries from the picture? https://t.co/BlQ0GedJmk

06/07/19

🎾WOW, it really is good to see so many children enjoying their weekend playing tennis and taking part in Finals Day🎾 Thank you for sharing Mrs Rowland! https://t.co/rpWnIIlOBr

05/07/19

Year One have been visiting the giraffes, butterflies, lions and fish at . They’ve even helped the zoo keepers look after the lions! 🦒 🦋 🦁 🐠 https://t.co/0yAQT0aS9d

05/07/19

Year One are very excited to see the tigers at now 🐅 https://t.co/PKqL8S6FIP

05/07/19

Year 1 have arrived safely at and are very excited to visit the gorillas next 🦍 https://t.co/dbz2PFyEya

03/07/19

Enid Blyton class are learning about Italy this week. Look how fantastic our costumes are! https://t.co/IsPgDBluO3

01/07/19

Well done to Wandle for collecting an amazing 5️⃣7️⃣2️⃣ house points last week. 🔵The House Cup will sport the blue ribbons until the next house point count! https://t.co/z01qBHR3Cr

01/07/19

The Springboks have arrived in Year 1! 🇿🇦#southafrica https://t.co/dIn1qa3PFe

01/07/19

Mandela class enjoying South Africa dress up day! https://t.co/o7cGByh3zs

26/06/19

The Nursery children are enjoying their learning in the ‘Dinosaur Museum’ role-play in nursery! https://t.co/Exwu3Wjwf0

25/06/19

The have sent Joe a thank you email for his hair donation last week. ‘Thank you very much for your wonderful hair donation. We can confirm that it has safely arrived!’ https://t.co/1fDQH24vIM

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Nursery

The nursery at Harris Primary Academy Kenley 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.

Staff:

Teacher: Mrs Grimwood

Early Years Educator: Mrs Robinson

Teaching Assistant: Miss Callan

Our highly qualified and experienced staff offer the children 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 welcome your involvement in your child’s learning and development and hold regular open mornings so you can share with their learning journals with your child and talk to staff.

We cater for 26 children and we run two sessions per day.

Our morning session is from 8:45-11:45 and afternoon session 12:15-3:15.

At Harris Primary Kenley, we are proud of the unique provision we are able to offer our families.  All 3 year old children are entitled to 15 hours of free child care –equivalent to 5 x 3 hour sessions each week, which in most other schools is offered as a morning or afternoon session.  However, we appreciate families would benefit from greater flexibility in choosing when these sessions are taken.   For example, parents at Harris Primary Kenley can choose to send their children in for 2 sessions per day plus an additional afternoon or morning session; they can choose 2 morning sessions on two days of the week and then afternoon sessions for the remainder.

In addition to your allocated 15 hours each week, we offer the opportunity to supplement this with attendance at a lunch club from 11.45 – 1pm at a cost of £2.50 or the purchase of extra sessions at a charge of £12 so a child would attend the academy from 8.45am to 3.15pm.   This works well for some children who attend maybe 3, 4 or even 5 full academic days per week.

As of September 2017 a new government intiative of an extra 15 hours can also be claimed. Please visit the government website www.childcarechoices.gov.uk to check eligibility and further information. 

Harris Primary Kenley 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 endeavor 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 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.

If you would like to apply for a place in our nursery, please complete our application form and return to the Academy office.  Please click here for an application form.