We’ve had a very different Spring Term but despite the challenges faced, everyone at HJS has been extremely overwhelmed by the support of. our parents and carers and the hard […]
Amazing outcomes for the final week before Easter.
We would like to celebrate the start of our Easter Break by sharing our wonderful Easter Celebrations with you.
As part of the census Y3 had to create their own tally charts and pictograms. We collected data for what type of house we live in. Finally we presented our […]
This week we have been building our scripts to report on a close call involving a broken lighthouse and an oncoming ship. After writing the story last week, we decided […]
This week, all children in school have participated in the ultimate egg hunt challenge, using orienteering and teamwork. Children have had to solve a range of maths problems to help […]
Take a look at some of the ways that our Pupil Premium children are supported in school. Children who are currently receiving free school meals, or have done previously because […]
Today Y6Sn took part in a maths Easter egg hunt. We had to use our arithmetic and orienteering skills to locate the questions around the school and crack the code. […]
Y3 have been practising their teamwork skills this afternoon at afterschool club. We have had a great time.
Well done to everyone for your efforts on Red Nose Day! Here is a round up from our dress as a super hero and dance-a-thon from the day. We hope […]
This week, Y5 focused on the ‘growth mindset’ story in PSHE and P4C and explored how, especially after this tricky year, we can develop a ‘can do’ attitude. We discussed […]
Y6M had a very interesting discussion based on ‘My Strong Mind’. We chose to discuss whether it is ok to be angry and moved onto discussing the ways to deal […]
Today the Y6 children joined a live maths lesson from the Beamish cobbles. We took a step back into the 1940s to calculate maths problems linked to money, temperature, shape […]
Today Y3 have been learning about symbols they could find on an a map. They then used this knowledge to create their own symbols they could use on a map […]
Today, Y5 used their observational skills to analyse examples of art and textiles. They then created their own example of a Tudor pattern, using their sketching pencil.
Today our year 3 children have been exploring growth mindset. We created our own comics with postihe messages to help people who might be struggling with this.
Y6St have loved science week. We have completed our own circuit investigations, completed our lighthouse STEM projects and taken part in a live science experiment with Sheffield Hallam University!