William Dean

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

w/c 30th May

Half Term

Friday 10th June 9.30 am

5DN Assembly

Friday 17th June 9.30 am

5AC Assembly

Story of the week

30 May 2016

 Success at The North London Music Festival 

Highgate Primary Junior Choir

As part of the North London Music Festival last week, both our middle and senior choirs performed beautifully at St James’ Church in Muswell Hill. The standard this year was incredibly high but once again the choirs impressed the audience and adjudicator alike.  Congratulations to the middle choir who came first in their category. They clearly loved singing You’re Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile from Annie and Hushabye Mountain from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. The adjudicator hailed the confident performances as being “full of life” and admired the “great communication with the audience”. Well done to the senior choir who was awarded second place in their popular category. They really enjoyed singing  Don’t Worry Be Happy which according to the adjudicator “kept a lovely groove” and their performance of Fireflies was praised for the “well balanced counter melodies”. Thank you to Hilla for her dedication and inspiration and to the children for their engaging, energetic and incredibly memorable performances.

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In or Out? Some Highgate Primary children took part in this debate on Monday. First News buff.ly/1WZn8hH pic.twitter.com/tVu2Zkx9xC

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