Year 6


After a hearty breakfast, the three groups jumped straight back into the challenge of the different activities.  Today, the children came face-to-face with the Leap of Faith, abseiling, archery and aeroball amongst others. It has been pleasing to see everyone getting into their ‘stretch zone’ which


An action-packed first afternoon had children involved in laser tag, tackling a course whilst blind-folded, building vehicles and (possibly the favourite although scary) 3G swing! Year 6 have had great fun whilst already pushing themselves out of their comfort zones to meet the challenges set. &nbs


Year 6 arrived safely at Dukeshouse Wood, in Hexham, for the start of their three day residential visit.  After a (thankfully) uneventful coach journey, the children went through an initial orientation, the challenge of making up beds and then some midday refuelling.  Let the activities commence.


The Year 5 and 6 children have competed in the annual Glynwood Games. The children were entered in running, throwing and jumping events and the games concluded with the relays. The Year 5 team eventually came 4th and the Year 6 team came 3rd. All of the children really tried in their events were the


Year 6 had a well-deserved afternoon in the sun after a long week of SATs. The children enjoyed playing games and eating cakes. The visit from the ice-cream man was an added bonus! Well done Year 6 – we are extremely proud of you all.


This half term in PE Year 6 have been working on their cricket skills. Batting, fielding and catching skills are improving and the children are thoroughly enjoying playing competitively!


This week, as part of our whole school topic ‘Heritage Hunters’, Year 6 have been looking at different types of housing and how the housing in Harlow Green has changed over time. The children worked in small groups to research and then order and date pictures of houses. Some of the children were ver


Year 6 have begun the school topic ‘Heritage Hunters’ by looking at modern maps of Harlow Green  and locating their houses.  The children then played ‘Where’s Wally’ where one pair of children placed a picture of him on a map and the other pair had to ask questions using positional language and po