Year 6 enjoyed a trip to the Battle of Britain Bunker on Wednesday 30th November 2022 to support their learning in History about World Wars I and II. “I’ve really enjoyed the trip-getting to see the planes up close and wearing the uniforms was fun,” Danny (Year 6 Aspen class). “I really enjoyed the visitors […]
Year 5 Meranti class performed a brilliant assembly on Thursday 1st December 2022 based on their learning in History about the Vikings.
The years 5 and 6 boys’ football team came from 2 goals down to win 5-3 against Deanesfield primary school on Wednesday 9th November 2022 with player of the match, Ronnie Childs, scoring a superb hat-trick. Come on Harefield!
We took part in Hillingdon’s Gypsy, Roma and Traveller History Month Competition in the summer term are are delighted to have won second prize for our Traveller History Month display which is in the school hall. The Executive Director of Education in Hillingdon, Mr Hansrani, visited school on Tuesday 8th November 2022 to present the […]
Year 4 Juniper and Spruce classes went on a trip to The British Museum on Monday 7th November 2022 to support their learning in History about Ancient Egypt. “I liked seeing the Ancient Egyptian jewellery that they had in the museum,”Aiva (Year 4 Spruce class). “I was really interested in seeing the tombs where the […]
Please click on the link below to find some useful information for parents of pupils starting in our Year 3 classes in September 2022. Year 3 Induction Information Pack
All of our year 6 children learn to play Chess towards the end of the year and then we hold a year 6 Chess tournament. Congratulations to future Grandmaster, Nico, who was crowned Harefield Junior School Chess Champion 2022.
On Wednesday 20th July 2022, Year 6 pupils treated us to an amazing performance of Bugsy Malone that was sharper than a wiseguy’s suit!
Year 3 Willow class performed a fantastic assembly on Thursday 27th July 2022 based on the ancient Greek myth of the Trojan horse.
It was ‘Travel around the world day’ on Tuesday 5th July 2022 and the year 1 to 6 children visited different classes across the Infant and Junior schools which had been transformed into the countries that each year group have been studying in Geography this term. “I enjoyed travelling around the school and completing art […]
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