Curriculum

28Mar2024

This term in Art, Year Two have been learning about tie-dye. They have then used these techniques to create their own pair of tie-dye socks. First, the children learnt about the artist Yokisho Wada. The boys and girls found out that she used different dye techniques to create her artwork. Her work i

28Mar2024

This week we have been learning about toys and games in the past. First we started by discussing toys and games we all play with today.  LEGO and games consoles seemed to be the most popular.  The children then looked at a range of toys from the past such as jacks, a cup and ball, rocking horse an

28Mar2024

In the build-up to Easter, Year 6 have been finding out about the Jewish celebration of Passover and the Christian celebration of Pentecost. An understanding of the beliefs of others, and a recognition that children have a right to follow their own religion is a core right of all children in the UN

28Mar2024

This morning, Year Five tackled some tricky tangrams in their Maths lesson. Tangrams are mathematical puzzles that use basic shapes to create larger, or more intricate shapes and objects. The puzzle consists of a square divided into seven pieces called Tans. Each of the pieces had a different shape.

28Mar2024

This unit, in Design and Technology, we have been looking at different food groups, produce from Brazil and made the final product alfajores. We started the unit by getting the children to look at their own diet across the span of two days and investigate which food groups they could identify in the

27Mar2024

This half term, some children from Year Four have attended Music Club with Mrs Galvin. The children have had lots of fun listening to, and making music, in different ways. They enjoyed playing games like ‘Pass the Cup’ using different rhythms, using the boomwhackers to make different sounds to m

27Mar2024

In Geography, the boys and girls have been learning about rural and urban areas. They began by exploring what these terms mean and identifying rural and urban areas from photographs.  They then compared maps of Harlow Green over the years and concluded that it has changed from a rural area into an

27Mar2024

Year 4 have been studying mountains this term, and to finish off our Geography topic we took a trip to the hilliest park we could find (Wharton Park – Durham – our version of a mini-mountain). Whilst there, we took part in some orienteering and compass work all around the park, run by Durham County