Year 5


Year 5 and 6 have enjoyed their Christmas Party today. They have danced, played games, eaten and most of all had FUN! Thank you to all of the parents for the buffet donations – we hope none of the children have over-indulged too much! Thank you for all of your support over this term. We wish you all


The Year 5 and 6 children have enjoyed performing their Christmas Carol Concert for parents, grandparents and friends. They have worked hard to learn their lines; words to songs; and poems to perform. They hope that you enjoyed the performance and would like to wish you all a very MERRY CHRISTMAS!


The children in Year 5 enjoyed a fantastic Christmas lunch.  They enjoyed their meal wearing their Christmas jumpers. and told jokes from their crackers.  U


This week has been cold and soggy at Harlow Green so the children were set a task to keep themselves moving, but would also develop their communication skills. The challenge was to set up an invisible assault course. First the children were put into teams. Each team-member had to devise their own in


Year 5 had an amazing time with a special visit from Dr Jo this week! She is an Anglo Saxon specialist who came in to launch our History topic. We learned all about day to day life for a typical Anglo Saxon, although we didn’t fancy the idea of working on a farm at 9 and 10 years old! We also took p


Over the last term we have been continuing our visits to Angel Court Residential Home. The children love to share stories about our hens here at Harlow Green, many of the residents remember helping out in the allotments as children so comparing hen related anecdotes is always fun. We decided we woul


The last couple of weeks have been very messy in Year 5! We have created a batik inspired piece of art, and we are all very pleased with what we have produced! We started by experimenting with materials – lots of ripping, gluing, re-ripping and re-gluing – to help us better understand how to produce