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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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Census 2021

census slide

We joined in the census by learning about why it is important and counting lots of things in our school.

In this photo, Year 4 are working out how to count and record the number of trees in our woodland!

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Harmans Water remembers 2020

HWPS remembers.mp4

We hope you enjoy our short video which features lots of our poppy art work, a poem by some children in Year 6 and cornet playing by Mrs Wyld! It incorporates a minute's silence.

We will remember them.

Doing our bit

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Brent PPE


During the Covid_19 pandemic, we donated goggles and face masks to adult social care and the NHS. Mr Ellis is pictured delivering to Wokingham Hospital.

Election '19

election posters
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We held our own election on the day of the December 2019 General Election. Children formed their own parties and campaigned for for a themed day to be held in the Spring term. The Film amd Drama party won. Sadly, due to the pandemic they were unable to carry out their manifesto.

First World War Commemorations

poppy display

At HWPS, we have been commemorating the First World War Centenary. We have held special assemblies, learned a remembrance song, put up a display of children’s work at St, Pauls Church and on Friday 9th November at 11.00, following the playing of the last post, we observed a few moments of silence (not quite a minute because of the weather). 

School Election day

On 8th June 2017, as the UK went to the polls in the general election, HWPS held its own vote. The school association, HWSA, donated £150 and children in KS2 formed polictical parties, each based on an idea for spending the money. Following an intial selection process, four parties were chosen to go through to the election proper. They were:

The Tuck Shop Party

The Hydration Station (healthy tuck shop)

The Snack Farm Party

The Clubs Party

All the children in school, from nursery to Y6, voted in a process which was as close to the real general election process as possible. One of our parents even supplied us with some authentic ballot boxes that weren't being used elsewhere!

The final result was a landslide victory for the Clubs Party - no hung parliament here!


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The Queen's Birthday

In June 2016 the whole school celebrated the 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. We used the book "The Queens' Knickers" as inspiration for lots of fun activities including decorating knickers! Between us, we designed a pair for every possible royal occasion - from parties to important state visits.

Some of the children from Year 6 visited a local day centre and interviewed people who were also 90 years old. They made some vidoes which they brought back to school so that we could all learn about what life was as the nonagenarians were growing up.

In the afternoon we all had a massive tea party for the whole school.

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