What a wonderful day at Clifton Park for our winning house! We enjoyed games, chips, an ice pop, and a run around on the playground. With their excellent behaviour and […]
Today we have tried two different types of printing techniques in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. We tried relief printing and stamp printing and compared the two. Take a look […]
Wow! What a fantastic morning Herringthorpe had participating in their Sports Day! Despite the rain, our spirits were not dampened and we all showed a tremendous amount of teamwork and […]
Today Y5 brought their Viking pouches to life! Using their RUBRIC and plans, the children stitched their material together using blanket stitch, running stitch and over stitch. They even added […]
In year 6, after completing an artist study on Leonard Beaumont, we have experimented with using Lino and styrofoam for relief printing. We are pleased with our results and can’t […]
Wow! What a fabulous day Y5 have had visiting the Viking Festival at Locke Park. The children fully immersed themselves into learning all about the Vikings. We explored Viking weapons, […]
This afternoon children used Google Sites to design and create their own websites all about Eyam. Their purpose was to inform visitors of all there is to do in the […]
Today in Year 4 we researched the history behind the stained glass window in Eyam. We then experimented with tint and tone before designing our own stained glass window which […]
This morning Y5 have been completing symmetric figures. We looked at symmetrical and asymmetrical images.
This afternoon, Y3F went outside to seek inspiration for the patterns we are going to create based on the work of William Morris. We took our inspiration back to the […]
In Y6G, we spent some time really focusing on completing a portrait of ourselves. We used back and forth sketching to first get the correct shapes matched up, before adding […]
Choir have been working incredibly hard on their songs with Elliott for the upcoming concert at Rotherham minster.
We used our forehand and backhand skills to try and make the longest rally with our partner before controlling the direction we hit the ball in a small game.
Developing sewing skills for design is a different skill to sewing with the purpose of joining materials. We noticed in our DT product analysis of different bags and pouches, that […]
Today in Y4J we evaluated different ‘don’t buzz the wire’ games as we are going to create our own! We looked at what materials were used and discussed how the […]
To kick off our new DT project for this term – creating Viking pouches to take on our upcoming visit- y5 have today begun looking at different existing products and […]
Today, y5 generated their own geographical investigation based around the question: why don’t rivers run straight? When asked to each draw a river, we noticed how everyone created bends and […]
Year 3 enjoying tasting home made Victorian bread and butter this morning.
This term Y3 are learning about Animals and Humans in science. Last week, we created models of our arm to show how muscles usually work in pairs to move our […]