This week, Year Two have been working hard to compare, order and partition two-digit numbers. They used the comparison symbols (< > =) to decide whether a number was greater than, less than or equal to another number. The children learned a trick to help them with this – the crocodile eats the
After a break of two years due to the pandemic, Hot Chocolate (or Juice and biscuits for younger children) with Mr Malik has returned. This reward is given to children in Year 1 to Year 6 who have constantly tried their best in class and at break/lunchtime. These are children who follow the thre
In English, Year Two are reading Beauty and the Beast. To launch our new book, the children made terrifying beast masks. After listening to the story, they had to decide whether they liked or disliked the beast. The children used some fantastic adjectives to explain their opinions of the character.
Tree recognition can be tricky, so many varieties and so difficult to remember new names. This activity helps the children begin to recognise and match, shape, colour and textures. First each child was given a collecting bag, then into the woods we go to find their favourite leaf shape. They collect
On Friday 10th September, the Rights Respecting Officers attended the Tour of Britain on behalf of Harlow Green. Gateshead played host to the finishing line of stage six of the event where the cyclists ended their Carlisle to Gateshead race under the shadow of Sir Antony Gormley’s iconic Angel of
This week, lots of boys and girls came back to school and started their new year group. In Year 2, we have been amazed at how sensible, hard-working and cheerful the children have been. We have been delighted to see their wonderful writing. The children wrote sentences all about their Summer holiday