Today in science, the children we presented with ‘challenge cards’ they needed to complete with the objects on their tables. The children were adamant that some of these tasks were […]
What an exciting morning! Special visitors from SYFR came into school and discussed with the Y3 children all about the importance of keeping safe in the case of a fire […]
This week we have been learning about Gregor Mendel, the founder of modern genetics. This supported our learning about plant reproduction. We explored how Mendel explained how we inherit eye […]
Children at Herringthorpe have been getting very creative to create their own design of a red nose. So many children applied and they were all fantastic. Well done to the […]
We had an interesting P4C discussion in Y6M today, based on a short film called, ‘German in the Woods’. We picked the question, “Would you have shot the soldier if […]
We were pleased to say hello again to David Lawrence Jones as he returned to school today to meet the children and sign their books.
Have you ever wondered what a Pug dog and a bath have in common. Well the answer is David Lawrence Jones author of the Bradley Baker books. This afternoon the […]
As part of National Science Week, Y3E have been busy looking at the Human Body and it’s functions. We created our own models to show how the skeleton moves, created […]
Today, Mrs Angus’ numeracy group found fractions of numbers using natural materials.
Year 5 had a very interesting morning listening to our visitor, a Professor of Cell Biology from Sheffield Hallam University. It was explained how gels are being developed to transmit […]
World Book Day 2019 was off to a fantastic start with each class holding a Reading Breakfast. A calm start to the day as parents and children shared a simple […]
Y6M had a fantastic World Book Day. Can you guess who we all are?
Science week has started early in Y6. Today we had the privledge of taking part in a science workshop involving lots of exciting experiments linked to energy-particularly explosions! The children […]
Y6 had an excellent day experiencing life during WW2 at Kelham Island. The children dressed up as evacuees and took part in several workshops that gave them an insight into […]
We are coming to the last few weeks of our fun maths club. Today we are having a game of maths-opoly. Who will be the winner?
Today, Y3 have stepped back in time to the life of a steelworker on our visit to Magna. We looked at how the steelworks were once used and found out […]
Year 6 had an excellent afternoon with TOFFEE Music. We found out lots more information about our World War Two topic and were entertained with some World War One and […]
This afternoon we have been learning about the 7 continents of the world. We started having a discussion about things we would find in each continent and then learnt a […]
Y6M have been busy revising their fraction calculation strategies. We completed a tarsia using multiplication of fractions. We also had to use our simplifying skills.