Harbinger is a vibrant and happy community school situated in the east end of London. We value the unique contribution every child has to make and believe that children learn best when they feel secure in themselves and their learning environment. We pride ourselves on being a warm and open community, committed to nurturing each individual in our care.

Our values of learning, well-being and togetherness underpin everything we do in order that children thrive in primary school and beyond.

Andy Smith
Headteacher

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Newsletter - January 2020

It has been a wonderful start to school at Harbinger and I cannot believe we are in the year 2020! We celebrate Chinese New Year this weekend and this year is...

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17/02/2020
Half Term
25/02/2020
Coffee Morning - Encouraging positive behaviour - Tips for calm and confident parenting
03/03/2020
Coffee Morning - Understanding your Child's on-line World
05/03/2020
Parents Evening
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Sapphire class made carrot cookies today using ingredients that would have been rationed during World War 2. They now have a deeper understanding of how hard it would have been to manage at the time.

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Sapphire class made carrot cookies today using ingredients that would have been rationed during World War 2. They now have a deeper understanding of how hard it would have been to manage at the time.

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Sapphire class made carrot cookies today using ingredients that would have been rationed during World War 2. They now have a deeper understanding of how hard it would have been to manage at the time.

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Sapphire class made carrot cookies today using ingredients that would have been rationed during World War 2. They now have a deeper understanding of how hard it would have been to manage at the time.

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