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25/02/20

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Kids had a great time at mad scientist day today, I loved hearing about the experiments that they got to do:) https://t.co/Ncn5s1tT7k

24/02/20

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

Mad scientist day at school ! Fingers crossed the volcano works 🤞🤞 https://t.co/kBxSCDFiW5

24/02/20

Retweetd From Tracy M.R Boyd

David aka Albert Einstein all ready for "mad scientist" day at school. His favourite week of the school year 🤓👨‍🔬🥼🥽👓🧠 https://t.co/XcXwaKDut7

06/02/20

Retweetd From Tracy M.R Boyd

David couldn't wait to get stuck in to his new book. His teacher has been reading it to the class and I could tell he loved it. Thanks Mr Kerr at for the website info 📚 https://t.co/qCXz69TCGd

06/02/20

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Well done to all the children who performed tonight, wonderful show and all the children looked like they loved performing:) https://t.co/adb5dsUfjz

22/12/19

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

Wishing all the staff a merry Christmas and a happy new year the kids have enjoyed this year and cant wait to see what's in store next year 🎄🎄🎁🎁🎄🎄

20/12/19

Retweetd From Misty Barnes

its a pleasure to say thank you for this term as my children have been happy to go to school and happy to come home ! They have learned so much ! Thanks to fantastic teachers 👍👍 we wish you all a wonderful Christmas

18/12/19

Retweetd From Alan Kemp

Finley and his Teacher post Christmas Production. https://t.co/9TXeVl1DuI

18/12/19

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

We been waiting for the jolly postman to come and hes finally come love my christmas card and charlotte loved posting it with her teachers https://t.co/P2j7cENab7

11/12/19

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Thank you for hosting another mince pie making. Become a tradition with the kids now:) very messy but lots of fun had😀 https://t.co/1nemWWvjqA

24/11/19

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Well done Phoenix and Henley:) First time henley has competed and first medal either of them has won:) 3rd place in their team kata. https://t.co/YO5eOiLdbn

07/11/19

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Great time at the Diawai celebration today:) well done to all who helped to organise and help:) https://t.co/pmsaPr2DZS

11/10/19

staff ready for the annual Harris conference https://t.co/OlnCkbdhce

05/10/19

Retweetd From Harris Peckham

Congratulations to our fantastic teachers who attended the Harris ITT Graduation! https://t.co/LoRVOf3CFu

24/09/19

Retweetd From Paula J matthews

Miles finds spelling and handwriting hard and homework can be a challenging time but for the first time hes sat there willing to do it and even tried joining the words together https://t.co/jxvBDaVh10

10/09/19

Retweetd From Cheryl Kenyon

Happy kids:) https://t.co/bqamQ52lqB

09/09/19

Nursery all ready for our youngest pupils starting school https://t.co/NuzuPWynUX

09/09/19

Reception role play, reading area, small world and group activities https://t.co/yaaUCXJly7

09/09/19

Activities all set up for our new Reception pupils this morning https://t.co/XSW7WVvvCr

09/09/19

Our EYFS rooms all ready for our new pupils this morning https://t.co/3Cr4Sp4ip6

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Uniform

Students at Harris Primary Academy Mayflower are expected to wear the uniform in its entirety to the Academy on all occasions, unless there has been official notification of a non-uniform event that may be running at the Academy.  The Academy uniform is an important part of collective identity and sense of community.  It is important that students present themselves as ambassadors of the Academy at all times including when they are in public places or travelling to and from the Academy.

The Board of Governors at the Academy expects all students to adhere to the Uniform Policy.

All students are expected to wear the uniform detailed below.  This uniform will be checked on a daily basis by staff, and parents will be informed if the uniform code is breached. 

The uniform code is as follows:

Aims:

 

  • To encourage self-respect and pride in our Academy
  • To help promote the academic ethos of the school as a well ordered disciplined environment in which to learn;
  • To ensure that students are well presented and smart

 

This will be achieved by

 

  • Parents and carers all fully aware of the uniform requirements and where to purchase this from

 

The uniform is:

Branded items for Nursery (purchased online from www.brigadeuniformdirect.uk.com) :

  • V-neck jumper or cardigan – purple with academy logo
  • Polo neck with embroidered academy logo
  • Infant rucksack with crest for spare clothes- purple with academy logo (please note, pupils must use branded rucksack)

 

Non- branded items for Nursery (purchased online from

  • Trousers, skirt or shorts – grey
  • Shoes—black (not trainers)
  • Socks— black or grey (white for girls)
  • Tights—black or grey

 

Additional, optional items:

 

 

Branded items for Reception- Year 6 (purchased online from www.brigadeuniformdirect.uk.com) :

  • Blazer with embroidered Academy logo (Year 5 and 6 only)
  • V-neck jumper or cardigan – purple with academy logo
  • Full tie (not elasticated or clip- on) purple and gold stripe (also available to purchase via parentpay and collect from the school office)
  • PE t-shirt—white - crested
  • Swim/ PE bag—purple with crest
  • Rucksack with crest or book bag – purple and/or Backpack with academy logo (please note, pupils must use branded rucksack)

 

Non- branded items for Reception- Year 6

  • Trousers, skirt or shorts—grey
  • Shirt with collar—white
  • Tracksuit bottoms or shorts for PE—black
  • Shoes—black (not trainers)
  • Socks— black or grey (white for girls)
  • Tights—black or grey

Additional, optional items:

 

Jewellery and Hair:

 

No jewellery is to be worn except for a small discreet gold or silver ear stud in each ear.

Hair must be worn in a style appropriate to a school environment

 

Hair tie ups and hijab in purple or black only

 

No large bows or hair clips