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Recent Events

4th April

In times of national emergency HWPS satff work together. Click on the link to find out more!


We are delighted that our work has been recognised by the Pariamentary Review. You can read the article here:


Gambia Project

We reached our fundraising target and the roof at the Soma New Lower Basic School has now been removed. Some of the old tiles are still serviceable so they will be used on the roof of another school. Well done HWPS - helping two schools for the price of one!!!

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Gambia Project

Over half term Mrs Wyld, Mrs Kearney and Mrs Tumelty will be travelling to The Gambia to visit our link school, The Soma New Lower Basic School. We will be taking work and photos from HWPs and will create joint displays in both our schools.

Thanks to the generosity of the HWPS community, we have already mended the water pump at the African school which has given staff and children much needed access to water during the school day. We are now raising money to help fix the roof.

Harvest Assemblies

Well done to everyone who took part in our Harvest assemblies this year. We collected a huge amount of food for the foodbank so thank you for your generosity.

8th June HWPS election result.


All the votes on the HWPS election have been counted and verified and the results are as follows:

Total number of votes cast: 624

Spoiled ballot papers: 7

The Tuck Shop Party: 88 

The Hydration Station: 98

The Snack Farm Party: 70

The Clubs Party: 368

The Clubs Party is duly elected and we will be meeting very soon to discuss how the money will be spent.

Well done to all the parties for a well fought campaign.

Monday 5th June

All the sports days last week were wonderful. Well done to everyone who took part and a big thank you to Mr Ellis for organising them all!

Sports day(2)Blog

On 8th June, as the country goes to the polls so will the children of Harmans Water Primary School. The Harmans Water School Association has kindly agreed to put up £150 and we have challenged the children in KS2 to come up with an idea about how they would like to spend the money in school. They have been busy costing their ideas and persuading their friends to vote for them and on polling day, every child in the school will have a vote. The idea that wins the most support will be duly elected and we will spend the £150 accordingly!

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