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!
We would like all members of our community to support the drive to petition government regarding the need for fair funding for schools. As Head Teachers of primary, secondary and special schools, we have written to families across Gateshead to explain the funding crisis in our schools and the nega
In Religious Education, Year 6 have been learning about festivals celebrated in the Jewish religion. This week they have thought about Sukkot, where the Jews were led to their promised land. During this celebration, Jewish families build a Sukkah to remember when their ancestors were in the wilderne
The views of parents/carers are essential in evaluating our current work and shaping the way in which we develop our future practice at Harlow Green. Consequently, we would appreciate it if you could complete the survey which has been provided to your child (or can be downloaded below) and return
As part of their ‘Peacekeepers’ topic, Year 6 have started to learn about Judaism. Mr Glickman was invited into school to speak to the children about the religion and some of their main festivals including Rosh Hashanah. It was a really interesting and engaging discussion, where the children were ab
Year 6 have been designers and inventors in the making this week! They have researched what Morse Code transmitters were and how they were used to send coded messages during World War II. They have then designed and made their own transmitter. It was tricky to make the net, but in the end they all m
Year 6 have started to play netball in their P.E. sessions. They have been learning the difficult art of pivoting when they catch the ball to avoid a foul for footwork. They have been able to use chest, bounce and javelin passes successfully and are beginning to think about space in small-sided game