Year 6 enjoying a great poetry day with Thomas "Breaking convention"


Our Year 5 pupils recreated parliament as part of our Equality Day and debated the question: "Do women have fully equal rights in society today?" The children were delighted when our local MP joined the debate on her visit to


Great to have a visit from our MP to round off our Equality Day celebrations. The children debated the issue of gender equality and Jackie spoke with each year 5 and 6 class regarding democracy and women's rights.


Our March for Equality goes all around the playground. The spirit of the Suffragettes is with today.


Our Equality Day started with assemblies celebrating diversity led by Mr Britt. Then we had an equality protest march through the academy.


Parents enjoying our "Equality-tea" Coffee Morning. Celebrating 100 years of women's vote with our parents and a day of learning and assemblies.


Overall winners at this year's Primary Sports Day 3rd place: Kent House and Peckham Park and 2nd place and runners up . Congratulations to winners Crystal Palace!!


Year 6 Boys were runners up! Huge achievement!!


Year 4 Girls and Year 6 Boys performed well for but just missed the podium.


Year 5 Girls winners !!


Year 5 Boys winners....


Year 4 Boys 3rd Crystal Palace 2nd Kent House and winners..... !!!!!


Awaiting the results Primary Sports Day 2018. Lots of medalists but will it be enough to win any team trophies?


pupils are at the sports day at Crystal Palace and are performing well in the heats. !


art club pupils explored the art of Tom Gates looking at line and shape. They used mixed media of pen and collage to create their own stories.


Art Club Students used wax and pastels to recreate the beautiful scenery from our Treginnis Farm trip.


Years 4, 5 and 6 pupils are all set for the sports day at Crystal Palace stadium tomorrow. Go HPACH let's support our athletes!


pupils explored art in Tom Gates' work. They used abstract art to create a story in pictures about their own lives.


Great to see two pupils with their World War II items brought in as part of the topic launch day.


This Friday we will be hosting our EqualiTEA event, which will include a community coffee morning, hosted in partnership with our PTA. We will celebrate 100 years since women were first able to vote. Come to the small hall doors at 9.00 am on Friday.

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Posted on May 2nd 2017

Football Friday Begins........

This year's Football Friday competition got underway on Friday 28th April. The first game saw Miss Ballinger who made her managerial debut with Japan take on Mr Thomas’ Belgium, who played in goal. The game was mostly dominated by Belgium, Caspar scored the opening goal for his team and they went on to win 4-1.


The second game was Miss Subohon’s Holland and Mrs Glynn’s Italy, both of these made their managerial debut. This was a very close game, each team conceding goals in turns. At a 3-3 draw and both teams showing a good fight, it seemed like the game would end a draw. But within the last 3 minutes of the game Italy managed to score 2 more goals to secure a 5-3 win.

The final game saw Miss Clarke’s Uruguay take on Mr Ellis’ Faroe Islands, who were both also making their managerial debuts. Mr Ellis went into the game feeling very confident as he represented his team in goal, he made some very important saves in the first half of the game. But this did not stop Uruguay who battled to the end to win 2-0.


Miss Challis’ players of each team were:

Japan – Aarav

Belgium – Caspar

Holland – Marco

Italy – Joshua

Uruguay – Danyal

Faroe Islands – Nathan