The boys and girls in Year 3 have been investigating mixing colours. They began by mixing two primary colours together to create secondary colours and then explored what happens when you mix a combination of these together to create tertiary colours. The children had great fun making their own colou
A big well done to all of our KS2 boys and girls who have been taking part in their Sports Day this afternoon. The children took part in lots of different activities, including a penalty shootout, sack race, sprint, javelin and even some hurdles. The children all did brilliantly and were very sports
To celebrate England making it through to the World Cup semi finals, everyone gathered on the school field and had their lunch outside. The children, dressed in sporty attire then had the surprise of a penalty shootout! Every child from Reception up to year 6 took a penalty against either Mr Malcolm
The boys and girls in Year 3 have been practising different skills in preparation for a box making project in DT. The children learnt the importance of accurate cutting and how to score for precision folding. Our first step was to explore how different 3D shapes can be made from nets.
Today everyone at Harlow Green was invited to come into school wearing red, white, blue or sports kit to celebrate England’s first match in this year’s World Cup. The festivities kicked off with an assembly this morning. Each class is following two different teams that they have drawn at random. We
In Year 3 the boys and girls have been learning about places of worship and special objects. Reverend Mark came in to school to talk to the classes about Church and Christianity. He brought with him a collection of artefacts and clothing to discuss. Everyone was really interested to find out about t
A massive thank you to everyone who attended our food festival this year, once again it was a great success! There were lots of delicious food stalls, activities and even some beautiful weather throughout the afternoon. The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves, indulging in the weather, some footb
Some of our year three and four boys and girls have spent a day at Lord Lawson Academy getting involved in some orienteering. The children, along with other local schools have been taking part in different orienteering activities. One of which, involved using directions and maps to find items hidden