This morning Y5 have had a sneaky peak at each other’s plays. They have really enjoyed practising in front of an audience and getting some feedback from other classes.
We’ve made a wonderful start to our Tudor Rose folder covers this afternoon! Take a look …
Y3J have had a wonderful afternoon learning how to weave. Children used colourful material to represent all the bright colours of the rainforest.
On their final day at Herringthorpe our Chinese visitors entertained us with a concert and talent show.
Year 5 have been working exceptionally hard on their charcoal peer portraits with Mrs Robbins! Take a look at our progress so far …
Thank you to all of our Year 3 and Year 4 parents who attended the first of our Parent Workshops for Numeracy. Our children enjoyed showing what they have been […]
Today we designed our Bag For Life. We created a class RUBRIC to decide what features/ designs our bags should have. We then transferred our ideas onto a plan. ♻️ […]
We have really enjoyed getting into character today! We spent some time practising for our Shakespearean performance, looking specifically at the battle scene.
This afternoon we have been exploring environmental art inspired by famous artist Andy Goldsworthy. The children designed their own piece of natural art, they they resourced and collected the materials […]
Today in Numeracy, Y4C tested a variety of fruits. We then voted for our favourite and collected a set of class data using a tally chart. 🍎 🍊 🍌 🍇
This morning in Y3S we have been. Yeah busy considering our variables for our science investigation. Each child was given a seed and had consider what they were going to […]
Today, Mrs. Graham led the P4C discussion in Y5A. The children responded to a story stimulus which explained about a public park being destroyed to give way to a shopping […]
Today, the children in Y3E watched the touching Iceland advert which explained the devastating effects that humans are having on our rainforests! The children wrote diary entries and discussed their […]
Today, Mrs. Angus’ numeracy group used their measuring skills to calculate the perimeter of different parts of the playground. We then came back into class and used the perimeter measurements […]
Today Y4C ventured out into the cold for their Numeracy lesson. We worked in pairs to estimate the area of rectilinear shapes on our playground. We used metre sticks and […]
Yesterday, Year 4 visited New York Stadium to meet their Linking Project Partner from Kiveton Park Meadows. We had a fabulous day completing activities and games with our new friends! […]
This newsletter includes reports from visits to Gainsborough Old Hall, the Butterfly House and news about the Remembrance Service and our Chinese visitors. It also includes important information for parents, […]
A terrible thing happened today-a scrunched up, thrown away Attendance Certificate was found outside our classroom. This promoted much discussion in Y5A about, ‘Why would someone destroy something which they […]