Who says leaving can’t be fun? Check out the video below of the Year 6 children enjoying themselves as they sign shirts as a year group. Dancing Fun Video!
To all of our Year 6 leavers. We would just like to say how proud of you we are. You have been a fantastic year group who have worked hard, played hard and had fun. Go forward to your secondary schools and keep shining bright. Year Six Leavers’ Assembly 2 Last six hours of primary school Goodbye
The academic year is drawing to a close once again, and I am sure everyone is looking forward to a chance to relax and recharge this summer. It has been a very busy year for Harlow Green, with a wide range of successes having been experienced across our community, which we should all be proud of.
Today saw the dress rehearsal and then the final performance of the Year 6 Leavers’ Show. Students, teachers and parents alike were wowed by the children’s fantastic singing, acting and talents. It was a fitting way for a fantastic group of children to say a final farewell to Harlow Green. As with e
Every year, Gateshead School Sports Partnership host the annual School Sports Awards. This year we entered three categories with two pupils and a member of our staff! We are delighted to finally announce that they won all of their categories! It was a fantastic night at The Fed in Gateshead, enjoy
Today was a special occasion as the children celebrated their Graduation from Harlow Green Community Primary School. It was an opportunity to share with parents and carers their final moments at Harlow Green and reflect upon the journey that the children have been on. As a year group, they have made
Year 6 have been very busy over the last week with lots of preparations being made for their Leaver’s Show. In-between this, they have been doing some art work where they have been looking at the sculptors Henry Moore and Giacometti and the work they produced. The children enjoyed giving names to th
Hatching time came this week and the whole school got involved. It all started with chick number 1, Dave, who arrived promptly. The children took great delight in hearing the tap, tap, tap of the chicks as they start pipping from their shells. The chicks that hatch are left inside the incubator so t
The biggest win of the day was against the weather, with Harlow Green coming out as champions! After the problems of the previous day, we were basked in warm sunshine which allowed the children, from across KS1 and KS2, the opportunity to take part in a wider variety of sports events. Thanks to