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Secure Your Future

Harlaw is hosting an Employer Engagement Event this Wednesday 28th September between 6pm and 8pm which is open to all…

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Recognising and Realising Rights

Over the last few years at Harlaw Academy a great deal has been done to increase pupil participation and to promote…

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12th-16th September – #secureyourfuture

The National Improvement Framework identifies the following priorities: • Improvement in attainment, particularly in literacy and numeracy; • Closing the…

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Welcome

Thank you for visiting we will try to keep information here up to date and relevant but would welcome your feedback and ideas to improve communications between the school and our community.  By way of introduction to the school the following information may be helpful Newsletter August 2016

As well as this website we have a number of twitter feeds including our main twitter feed  @harlaw_academy.

To contact Harlaw Academy, please use the following email address:  email hidden; JavaScript is required

We are also always keen to hear from people by more traditional means such as letter, phone call or face to face meetings.  Our school aims to be open and approachable so please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Our Vision

We have heightened expectations that through “learning and courtesy” we can all be:
Happy and successful learners in an inclusive school.

Our Values

Fairness Honesty
Trust Ambition
Perseverance Tolerance
Resilience Participation

Our Behaviours

Respect for People:

We will consider the health, safety and well being of ourselves and others.

Respect for Learning:

We will be on time, on task, trying our best and achieving success.

Respect for Community:

We will have a positive impact in school, locally and in the wider world.

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As with all schools we are seeking to help recognise and realise the UN convention on the rights of the child (UNCRC).  We have recognition of our work with the rights respecting Schools Award (RRSA) from UNICEF UK and hope to achieve level 1 of the award during session 2016/17.  Pupils or parents can find out more about UNCRC here UNCRC guide for children