The School Day

The start and the end of the school day is staggered in each school to allow parents and carers to drop off and pick up children from each site on time.


At South Harringay Early Years, we aim to create a provision where children can be happy, motivated and excited to learn through rich and challenging learning experiences. We are committed to meeting the individual needs of all children.


English and Maths are taught daily and links are made to the International Primary curriculum (IPC) where possible. Foundation Subjects are taught using the IPC. IPC is a comprehensive, thematic, creative curriculum with a clear process of learning through specific learning goals for every subject, including international mindedness and personal learning.


At South Harringay School we are committed to helping every child to reach their full potential, including those pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). We aim to provide an inclusive environment and welcome pupils with SEND into the school community.


At South Harringay, we assess our pupils to keep track of what they have learnt and the progress they are making. In line with the new curriculum and raised expectations, which focusses very much upon ensuring that children acquire a deeper breadth and understanding of the skills and concepts they learn, assessment takes place in stages to allow teachers to plan for strengths and weaknesses.