Geography

16Jul2021

This week has been sports week at Harlow Green and everybody has had so much fun.  The week started with our sports afternoon.  The children took part in a range of events such as sprinting, the egg and spoon race, skipping and the sack race.  Everyone was so encouraging.  Year One also took par

9Jul2021

We have followed the children’s interests in holidays and the seaside and looked at ‘under the sea’. Together we have looked at different sea animals and their habitats, thinking thought about how they move, and then recreated their actions. Our story of the week has been ‘Rainbow Fish’ an

18Jun2021

Continuing our topic on the ‘Great Outdoors’, this week, we found out all about ladybirds.  We listened to the story, ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ by Julia Donaldson and discussed how the animals managed to trick the robbers and save the prize cow. We looked at the map of the farm that the robbers had

17Jun2021

In Geography this half term, Year 5 are learning all about the world! We started off this series of lessons by discussing how we find something on the earth, and what we would do if the internet wasn’t working when we needed to use Google maps! The idea of longitude and latitude were introduced as a

11Jun2021

We have been working on data and statistics in maths this week, looking at different ways data can be presented, recorded and then interpreted.  We also squeezed in a conversation about protecting our data and being careful about what we share. In Maths we started with pie charts, bar charts and tw

11Jun2021

This week, Year 6 have started to do some Geography work based upon Pompeii and the eruption of Vesuvius in AD79. They enjoyed researching what causes volcanic eruptions and then used an atlas to locate volcanoes around the world. We then began to focus on Pompeii and what it was like prior to the e

7May2021

In Geography, Year Two have been learning all about the continents, oceans and climate zones. They learnt that Asia is the biggest continent in the world and is home to giant pandas, tigers and monkeys. Also, they were very interested to find out that Africa has the most countries of any continent –