The school has three easy to remember rules: READY, RESPECTFUL and SAFE. In recognition of those who have been following these rules to a high degree, on a daily basis, as well as trying their very best in all that they do, teachers nominate children to have time with Mr Malik where they can have
Over the last two weeks, we have been looking at where we live in the world. We started big – looking at the planet and how it is divided into different areas, including land and sea, continents and climate zones. We also looked at the 5 key lines of latitude including the Equator, Arctic circles
Today, the children of Harlow Green took part in a non-uniform day to raise money for Children in Need. It was amazing to see the variety of colourful costumes that the children were wearing in exchange for the kind donations that were given. During P.E. sessions this week, each class were challen
This half term, year 4 are using a new text as a stimulus for their work in English. To launch the text, they were given the mission to be Histronauts for the afternoon. This involved travelling back in time to visit a Viking settlement to learn about their way of life. The children needed artefacts
During their Forest School sessions, Year 4 have been thinking about how to construct with survival in mind. They needed to think of the potential risks associated with surviving outside, particularly if it was over night. We discussed what effects being exposed to the elements can have on the human
Today, we marked the start of Anti-Bullying week by wearing odd socks to school. Odd Sock day is a day when schools, workplaces, and individuals join together to show that it’s okay to be different and to stand up against bullying and discrimination. Odd Socks day is designed to be fun! It
In History over the last half term, we have been learning about Viking longships and the features of them that made the Vikings such successful explorers. Linking this to DT, the children have designed and coloured a Viking sail and then created a pulley mechanism to raise and lower it. We looke
Today, our Key Stage 2 Rights Respect Officers visited the People’s Kitchen in Newcastle. They met a volunteer who gave them a tour and described how they support adults in the local area. They found out that in 1995, a lady called Alison Kay had an idea to provide food for people who were una
This week, the whole school has had a change from their normal English lessons and there has been a focus on writing and performing poetry. This is an important element in the National Curriculum and one that enables children to develop their creativity and confidence performing in front of others.
Over the last two days, the children have enjoyed getting ready for Halloween. A huge number of children from Years 1 , 2,, 3, 4, 5 and 6 enjoyed our Halloween discos. They played party games and danced with their friends. Many children came in Halloween costumes which were ‘spooktacular’.