It has come to that time where we have to say goodbye to our Year 6 children. Over the last week there has been plenty of opportunities to reminisce, share memories, laugh and reflect upon their time at Harlow Green. The children have had a picnic together, a party and have graduated from primary sc
Dear Parents/Carers, We are now at the end of term which, unfortunately, has been another complicated year, to say the least. We all know the wide-ranging difficulties that families have had to deal with which, at times, has appeared never-ending. However, within such great adversity there have
Due to the pandemic our wonderful visits to Angel Court had to be suspended. Though this was terribly sad for all of us, it was clearly vital to ensure their protection. Miss Rowe has been in touch with Angel Court and the Hensioners of Wood Green throughout this difficult time and as a school we ar
Today, our Year 6 children have enjoyed their graduation ceremony. It felt a little strange without the parents being there to share the occasion, but the children have enjoyed themselves and understood the importance and significance of the occasion. Throughout their time in school, all of the teac
As part of Sports Week, Harlow Green children were involved in the Race for Life which allowed them to use their personal fitness to help others who are unwell. Although the children found the running event fun, it was clear that they all understood how this was going to help raise money for a ver
This morning, the children completed the Race for Life by running 13 laps of the school field. Well done to all of them – and to the other children in school who completed this race last week. Understanding why this race is done each year, has been something that the class have discussed with matu
It was lovely to have all of Year 6 in school and enjoying their final primary school sports day. Although no parents were present, the children ore than made up for it as they supported each other in sprints, long distance, hurdles and, some of the more fun events like sack race and egg and spoon.
Year 6A were happy to be back in school today to enjoy a Hoopstarz session. They learnt tricks, worked their abs and enjoyed listening to the music. There were certainly some good skills on show – although not from Mr Allen!
As part of Sports Week, Year Six (Mrs Galvin’s class) took part in lots of fun activities: clay modelling to make sculptures to represent their time at Harlow Green; making sculptures of sporting events out of foil in the style of artist Giacometti; and producing posters to promote water safety. The
A wonderful week of sport was also celebrated in our Forest School with an orienteering challenge. Map reading is such a useful skill to learn and all ages could take part in this simple navigation activity . The children were provided with a site map marked with location symbols and a set of instr