Yesterday evening, the Harlow Green Cheerleaders performed their incredible routine in front of an adoring crowd! They shook their pom-poms, cartwheeled perfectly and worked beautifully as a team. It was a joy to watch how excited and enthusiastic the children were before and during their performanc
Wow! Thank you so much for your continued support with our Mission Christmas Appeal. The amount and variety of gifts donated so far is overwhelming and the pile just keeps on growing! Don’t worry, if you would still like to contribute, you have until Monday 16th December, when the gifts will be co
Our new school choirs first performance took place today at St Ninian’s church. This is part of an ongoing community project to help increase dementia awareness and share the energy of youth with local residents. Singing for Happiness is an initiative that aims to bring joy to those experiencing dem
In Geography we’ve been learning about how land use changes over time and we were fascinated to look at maps of Harlow Green from now and 100 years ago. So much has changed – and we couldn’t believe how many pits there used to be! Article 29 – develop a broad education that supports different talent
A big thank you to everyone who has donated gifts to Mission Christmas so far. We are overwelmed by the kindness and generosity from our school community. There will be some very happy children at Christmas time. You still have time to donate a Christmas gift before the Christmas Elf comes to collec
The children in Key Stage 1 and 2 enjoyed a visit from the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution). Our two visitors led workshops for the pupils. They found out what to do if you get into difficulties in water and showed real life videos of dangerous scenarios. The children found out about d
What an incredible start to Mission Christmas! Thank you to those who have kindly donated gifts already. For any of those needing a little inspiration, please check out the gift ideas. UNICEF Article 2: All children have these rights no matter of their circumstances.
Today, the children had a lovely surprise when they went for their lunch. The cooks had baked special Pudsey Bear biscuits and decorated the dining hall with lots of different coloured spots! Everyone enjoyed supporting Children In Need with their Pudsey Bear ears and wearing non uniform and spots.
This afternoon, children from the Key Stage 2 choir were treated to a singing workshop with Sharon Durant – a renowned singing specialist both locally and internationally – in preparation for a 1940s inspired tea dance at Grace College. The concert will be held on Wednesday 13th November f
In science this half term, our topic is ‘Electricity’. The children have learnt that electricity is a type of energy we use to make everyday appliances work and have identified which appliances run on mains electricity and which are powered by batteries. They have also discovered the difference betw