Kathrine's Running the London Marathon!
Please support Kathrine and our school by sponsoring her for running the London Marathon. Kathrine was an LSA at Harlow Fields School and is raising money for the Harlow Fields School Association. Good luck with this incredible journey!
1. Click on the Easy Fundraising Harlow Fields School link and register.
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Harlow Fields School would like to thank Kelly Moodie for raising £2,850.00 for the Harlow Fields School's Association from the Pagan event they held on the 8th and 9th August 2015. Kelly has expressed her desire these funds contribute towards creating a remembrance garden which forms part of the schools Garden Project.
Kelly has informed the school that she plans on making this an annual event with Harlow Fields Association being their preferred charity. Please see the link for further information of what happened at this year's Pagan Event.
Well done to our Mud Runners! A few parents and staff joined together to take on the Nuclear Blast Mud Run to raise money for our school. Well done on completing the course. Sponsorship money and donations are still being collected, so if you would like to donate, please contact the school.
David Bird raised £300 for Harlow Fields School Association by competing in the Great South Run on the 26th October. On behalf of everyone at Harlow Fields we wish to congratulate Dave and thank him for his great effort.
Harlow Fields School & College are delighted to announce a sponsorship agreement with Harlow Garden Centre in conjunction with our Gardening Project. Harlow Garden Centre have provided vital materials and plants / shrubs to assist with this new and vital project. Harlow Fields School & College express special thanks to Terry Albone and his staff at Harlow Garden Centre.