The School Council thoroughly enjoyed judging the Easter Egg Competition They were very impressed with the creative and original entries. Choosing the winners and runners up was a difficult task. The winners are… Nursery AM 1st- Maya W Runner up- Jack L Nursery PM 1st- Betsy L
As part of our topic on Ancient Baghdad, Year 5 used ‘Inkscape’ to create Islamic style geometric patterns. Once designed, the pattern was adapted and carved into printing tiles and used to print onto fabric. We then learnt a few basic sewing stitches to hem and join the fabric, with bandanas as
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
Year five and six have had a fantastic afternoon at Gateshead Leisure Centre taking part in a Sportsability event. The boys and girls took part in lots of fun activities, scoring as many points in each event as possible. The children got to show off all of the tennis, cricket and hockey skills they
Here you can see the residents and children creating collages of birds, following the 1960’s theme, these will be hung in the community garden area to brighten things up for the upcoming Summer Fayre which will be held on the 21st of July. This event is open to the public if anybody would like to go
A massive well done to the year five and six children who came first place in their football tournament and won the Summer cup! The teams played a combined 11 games and played brilliantly in all of them, they even had some glorious weather to spur them on! Well done everyone!
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