Sports Provision

At Harlow Green, our vision is that children will not only develop academically but will develop physically and emotionally so that they are able to lead long, successful and healthy lives.  An essential aspect of this is to develop a love of sport and physical activity.

Within the school day, through PE sessions, break/lunch times and extra-curricular activity, we aim to have children be regularly active and improve their understanding of healthy lifestyles.  All children within KS1 and KS2 have two sessions of PE per week where they will be introduced to games, gymnastics, dance, swimming (Y4) and outdoor pursuits.  A great many children in our school find that sport is a particular passion and we have various teams which compete in local competitions.

Schools are now in receipt of specific funding for improvement in sports and health provision – Sports Premium – which the government aims for schools to use to develop practice and have a positive impact upon children’s health.

Below is our school’s Sports Premium Plan as well as a link to the National Guidance for Sports Premium.

Sports Premium Reporting Harlow Green 2019-2020

Sports Premium Reporting Harlow Green 2018-2019

Sports Premium Reporting Harlow Green 2017-2018

Netball
Netball
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....
Gateshead School Rugby Tournament
Gateshead School Rugby Tournament
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....
Harlow Green does STRICTLY!
Harlow Green does STRICTLY!
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...
Year 3 Tennis Club
Year 3 Tennis Club
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...