On behalf of our pupils, staff, parents/carers and Governors welcome to Harrington Hill Primary school website. We hope you will enjoy browsing through our site and you find lots of useful information about our super school! Harrington Hill is more than just a school – it is family. We pride ourselves on being a friendly and inclusive school that works hard to meet the needs of all our children. We strive to engage our children in learning in a fun and interactive way to ensure they all make good progress and attain highly. This is captured in our school motto:
Striving for Excellence. Achieving Together
You should find everything you need to know about our school on this site. If however you have any questions or would like to visit our school please do not hesitate to get in touch. Thank you for visiting!
Kirstie Barrett - Head Teacher
Hold tight, Summer is approaching! Here's our little jingle to encourage your children to put down their digital de… https://t.co/4WOFoltB8F
National Online Safety
A great time was had by all at our Summer Fayre last Friday! BBQ, face painting, raffle, games, popcorn, ice cream… https://t.co/Ib6GnVNRG0
Some searching questions from a child. My favourite is ‘Are you fat?’
We are all so proud at @Harringtonhill3 to be part of this amazing project!
Red Box Project Hackney North and Stokey
What parents need to know about - Telegram
National Online Safety
Only a few days until the Summer Fayre - Friday 5 July 3.30-5.30pm!. One of the highlights is always the raffle and… https://t.co/V692pvdgfv
Reminder - Bag2School will be collecting from Harrington Hill on Tuesday 2nd July at 9am. Please bring your bag (or… https://t.co/CtW8Oh3HoK
The positive and negative impacts of Social Media and Mental Health
National Online Safety
Our ‘Summer 2019 Playscheme & Activities Guide’ is now available to be downloaded from the following link:… https://t.co/YN1AgVlyXN
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