Headteacher: Ms J Allen - It is my great pleasure to warmly welcome you to the website for The Downs Primary School and Nursery. The Downs is an inclusive primary school in the heart of Harlow. We have a dedicated staff team who ensure that the needs of each individual child are met, enabling every child to make the best possible progress.
We have now uploaded a new Early Years video, for you to see what children get up to in the Early Years.
As part of anti-bullying week, Monday 15th November is odd sock day.
We have a limited amount of stock for Children in Need. All items can be purchased via SIMS-Pay. Items in stock are: Pudsey Ears - £2.50 Blush Ears - £2.50 Multischool Ruler - £2.00 As we are limited with stock, it is one of each item per child.
The Downs have been awarded the green level Modeshift STARS Accreditation and are the FIRST school in Harlow to achieve this!
We hope you all have a lovely and restful holiday, we look forward to seeing you all well on Monday 1st November.
Children in year 3 are being given the opportunity to attend Harlow College to take part in their show 'All Together Now.' The children will be taught songs and dances and will be lucky enough to perform them on stage!
Year 5 took park in an Ancient Greek workshop. The children completed some quizzes, played with some Greek puzzles and learnt about Spartan warriors. They also took part in their own Greek olympics. https://t.co/92A0HOqJpK
Larch Class enjoyed drama hot seating by acting out the characters from Shrek. This has helped them gain confidence for their Christmas production. https://t.co/uRTQxm03MU
The children used their social skills in cookery club this week and had great fun in chopping up the fruit and trying new fruit and making fruit kebabs and fruit salad. https://t.co/J3tHFAPAPR
During 'No Pens Day' today, Year 6 enjoyed playing Four Corners to revise their knowledge of Science, History and Geography. https://t.co/VSCyoJ9p5K
Year 6 started No Pens Day with games to practise their multiplication in Booster. They wanted to improve their own time or beat Miss Weekly's time of 30 seconds. https://t.co/eADYW7w6Ev
Children in year 3 played Totality to practise their mental addition and subtraction during No Pens Day today. https://t.co/RJRzDdogmW