William Dean
Headteacher

Welcome to Highgate Primary School

Highgate Primary is a happy and successful two-form entry community school where there is great enthusiasm for learning from pupils and a highly committed and experienced staff team. Adults are referred to by their first name and we have a no-uniform policy. Music, art and whole-school performances, Mandarin, philosophy and sport are all highly valued and give our children many opportunities to shine. Our curriculum reflects our children’s interests and enables all pupils to achieve standards of which we are extremely proud.

At Highgate Primary children succeed because…

  • We are ambitious for every child
  • We know that consistently great teaching leads to outstanding achievement
  • We know that strong pastoral support can make all the difference
  • We know that children learn best through positive messages
  • We have talented staff who inspire
  • We are there for our community from birth to secondary
  • We listen to what children say and allow them to dream

We aim for all our children to move through school with confidence, good friendships and happy memories. Parents are always welcome to come and visit Highgate Primary where they can meet the children and staff and find out more about our school.

Coming Up

Wednesday 22nd June 

Infants Sports Day

Thursday 23rd June

Junior Sports Day

Saturday 2nd July

Summer Fair

Thursday 7th July

Nursery Sports Day

Friday 8th July

Reception Sports Day

Thursday 14th July eve

Leavers' Performance

Friday 15th July eve

Leavers' Performance

Tuesday 19th July

School Open Evening 4.00 - 6.30 

Friday 22nd July

Last Day of Term

Monday 25th - Friday 29th July

Highgate Primary Summer Camp

Story of the week

20 Jun 2016

Highgate Primary at Parliament with First News 

Brexit 2  with Nikki Cox

First News recently contacted Highgate Primary and invited us to attend a debate on the EU Referendum in Speaker’s House, Parliament at the end of May. Six lucky children from the Debating Club were chosen to represent the school. After meeting and grilling Nicky Cox, the editor of First News, the children moved into the historic Speaker’s House where they were welcomed by the Speaker himself, The Rt Hon John Bercow MP. The Brexit debate soon began, with children from schools around the country putting impressive arguments for remaining and leaving the EU. Questions were then put to the panel, including from our very own Debating Club. It was a real privilege for the school to take part in this fantastic experience which gave children a voice on the future of their country.

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