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Ofsted

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It’s official – Ofsted have rated Harmans Water Primary as a Good school!
What’s more, some of our practice has been judged as outstanding!

“There is an ethos that shines through.”
“Classrooms are calm and purposeful places”
“Leaders have designed an exciting curriculum”
Ofsted June 2021

Read the full report here

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Local Community

At Harmans Water Primary School, we are delighted to have a partnership with The Wayz Youth Centre. They help us in all sorts of ways (or is that wayz?!) such as doing transition projects with Year 6, helping out at lunchtimes and mentoring some of our children.

Find out more about The Wayz: http://thewayzyouth.co.uk 

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Covid 19 Pandemic

During the Covid 19 pandemic, we have been running a foodbank. As well as essential food items, thanks to some very generous donations, we have been able to supply baby products, Christmas presents and Easter eggs!

If you know of anyone who needs assistance in this way, please contact Mrs Lorey.

All food parcels etc. are given in the strictest of confidence.

Children from HWPS have also drawn picures and written letters to elderly members of our community. They have been delivered for us by members of St Pauls Church.

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Messages to our community

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As part of our commemorations of the First World War Centenary, we made a display of our work at our local church, St Pauls, Harmans Water.

We also entered the local art and poetry competition and won several prizes!

 

We will remember them.

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Five of our children who won 'golden tickets' in a prize draw, went along to help open the new Lexicon shoppng centre in Bracknell.  They took part in the opening ceremony and were interviewed by the media.

We look forward to taking advantage of the new shopping and dining facilities in our town centre!

 

The Lexicon opening

Purple4Polio

In October our school was chosen by the council to take part in the “Purple4Polio” campaign. This is a campaign to help eradicate polio. Mrs Boon and Mrs Nineham took a group of school council members to plant 2,000 crocus' in Harmans Water playing field. Members of Bracknell in Bloom, Bracknell Rotary club and the Town Mayor were also at the planting. This was an exciting event for our school to be involved in and the children thoroughly enjoyed it. They represented the school in an exemplary manner.

Slow down!

In collaboration with the local police and Bracknell Forest Council, we designed posters encouraging motorists to slow down and put them up on lamposts near to our school.

We are hoping that drivers will heed our advice so that we can all stay safe.

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