Events and Activities

19Oct2018

Each week, three children will be selected by their teachers to have a very special award: Hot Chocolate with Mr Malik.  These children will have constantly been trying their best, been respectful, polite and friendly, helped others and produced work to the highest standard they can.  This will no

17Oct2018

This year, we are taking part in Operation Christmas Child! This is a global project in which gift-filled shoe boxes are distributed to children in need around the world. Gifts to put in the shoe boxes range from toys, clothes or even something homemade! A full list of items that can be included and

14Oct2018

Last month we launched a recycling campaign in school  linked to national recycling week (week beginning Monday 24th September).  We had two ‘Waste Awareness’ assemblies where the children learnt about the benefits of using rechargeable batteries, how to recycle batteries responsibly as well as th

5Oct2018

Our choir meet with Mrs Reynolds every week.  They have been practicing the following songs: ‘Try everything’ ‘One in a Million’ ‘No wars will stop us singing’ ‘Remember Me’ Their enthusiasm and singing talent is fantastic and the sound of their singing brightens up our school on Thursday lunchtime

1Oct2018

Year 1, 2 and 3 had a special visitor today to lead the morning assembly.  Reverend Mark came to Harlow Green to present the assembly which was about Harvest and being thankful.  To illustrate the need to be kind and considerate at this time, the reverend told a bible story in which Jesus was than

28Sep2018

A big thank you to everyone who attended and donated towards our Macmillan Coffee Afternoon, there were plenty of wonderful cakes and biscuits to go around. It is fantastic that we can host such an event for a brilliant cause and look forward to doing more in the future. When we have tallied up the

14Sep2018

Year Six had a visitor in school today from the RAF to launch their ‘Peacekeepers’ topic. Corporal Michael Galvin came to talk to the children about his experiences and why he had signed up for the role. The children enjoyed asking questions and handling some different items from Corporal Galvin’s w