In P.E. the Year 6 children have been learning netball skills. They have been practising their chest pass and bounce pass and learning how to pivot and use footwork when they catch the ball. this has proved a difficult skill as their natural reaction has been to run. with health being a curriculum d


Some of our Year 5 and 6. children enjoyed competing against other Gateshead schools in a tag rugby tournament at Winlaton Rugby Club.   Harlow Green entered three teams, who each played four matches.  The children were able to show off the skills they have learnt in our after school, tag rugby cl


To round off our term of hockey coaching in P.E.,  4A and 4B had a play off between classes with a tournament of 5 minute games with total won games and goal count going towards crowning the overall winning class. This time we awarded 4B with the champions title…let us see what happens in the nex


Year 6 parents, guardians and friends had the opportunity to visit their children in school today during their dance lesson. Health is one of the key drivers of the school’s curriculum and P.E. is an essential part of the school week. The children have been learning the Jive and the Jitterbug, dance


This term, the Year 3 Tennis Club have begun training for the new academic year.  Within the club, there are a range of experiences with two children who have played previously and who are even members of clubs where others are starting to play for the first time.  However, the main focus is for e


Year 6 have been beginning to learn  how to play tag rugby. In their first couple of sessions, they have really focused on how to pass and move with the ball. It takes a bit of getting used to that you have to run forwards, but pass backwards. Once this was understood, the children were able to per


What a fantastic afternoon! The whole of KS2 showed just how fantastic they are with brilliant behaviour, amazing athletics and super sportsmanship! Determination, resilience and team spirit were all clearly demonstrated by the children. The children were all split into 4 teams-the last four countri


Year 6 enjoyed running a mile and completing a soccer skills challenge to raise money for UNICEF. It was excellent to see the enthusiasm that they had and also the understanding they had of the importance of thinking of others and the need to raise money to help those less fortunate. There were cert


Last week, some of our fantastic Year 6 athletes walked to Lyndhurst Bowling Club to take part in a tournament against different local schools. All the children had lots of fun trying out this new sport and both teams came third! Article 29 – We all have the right to develop our talents and abilitie