Y5A, Finding their way about.

This week Y5A have been exploring OS maps. They have found out what all the different symbols mean. Now they are ready to create new maps of the setting of […]

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Getting everybody active

We’ve had another busy term encouraging our children to be as active as possible. Breakfast club and breaktime sessions have been extremely popular …

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Sportshall athletics

Well done to our winning girls team. They showed excellent sporting qualities for their morning competing at St Ann’s in the Sportshall Athletics tournament.

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Year 5 are ready for Rother Vision.

Year 5 have been practising and polishing their performance of Everything is Awesome for Rother Vision. Hang on a minute they seem to be singing in French! Bonne chance Year […]

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Building it strong, with the Science Club

The Science Club have had the challenge to build a structure, using their knowledge of forces, which would keep and egg intact when it was dropped from a height of […]

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Enterprise Club Present the Global Goals

The past two weeks at Enterprise club we have been considering the global goals, the importance of these and how we can make our school more sustainable. We have created […]

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New instrument in Y3T

Today in Y3T, we experimented with a new musical instrument: The Glockenspiel We tried really hard to follow written musical notations. We wonder if you recognise the well known song?

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Fabulous footage of T4W in Y4C

This morning, Y4C began to use Talk4Writing to orally rehearse and compose sentences linked to our modelled text about the digestive system. Here we are performing our opening paragraph. What […]

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Newsletter 9 February 2018

This newsletter includes reports from recent school visits to Kelham Island and the Science and Media museum, important information for parents, also menus and dates for your diary. The full […]

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Talk4Writing in Y6W

Today we have been using our oracy skills to rehearse our science text on How the Eye Works. Some of us have opted for a ‘documentary’ style while others have […]

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Goodbye Mrs Roberts

Last Friday, we said a very sad goodbye to Mrs Roberts. She first started working at Herringthorpe Junior School in 2011 and has left a lasting impression across our school, […]

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STEM in Y5A

This week, we shared our Time Capsules which we made last term. Each group presented to the class how they thought that their capsule represented Herringthorpe Junior School in 2017/18. […]

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Year 5 visit to Bradford Media Museum

On Tuesday, Year 5 had an exciting visit to the Bradford Media Museum. The visit was to support their Film/Animation topic. They learnt about how many of the famous animations, […]

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Science in Y6S

Today in science we looked at how shadows are formed and how we can make them change position and shape. We carried out an investigation using torches and varies object […]

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Experiencing life as an evacuee at Kelham Island

Yesterday, Y6 had a great day learning more about life as an evacuee during WWII. We used our skills in history to use sources of evidence to teach us about […]

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Kelham Island

Today Y6 had a great time at Kelham Island Museum extending their knowledge about WW2. After the engaging workshops that the team delivierd, it’s safe to say that everybody really […]

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Science in Y6S

Today in our science learning we were learning about how our eyes allow us to see. We looked at different light sources and how the light travels into our eyes. […]

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