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, […]
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. […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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. […]
Our science learning this term is all about our eyes and light. To start the topic off we looked at the different parts of our eyes and the function that […]
This week at Miss Sealey’s Enterprise club, the children have been creating their own posters to promote battery recycling in our school. The children are doing this in order to […]
As Executive Head Teacher, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our website, we are very proud of your children’s achievements at Herringthorpe Junior School and we know […]
This morning, we used Scratch programming to animate our names in ICT. We were able to write and design our names and then animate each of the letters to change […]
Today we have had to have a steady hand and lots of resilience to develop our pen and ink skills. We have really impressed with our understanding of art terminology.
Can you tell what we are now reading? Y3 have been generating questions to find out all about the new reading area. We wonder what magical journeys we will go […]
In numeracy today, the children have estimated and calculated the perimeter of the school playground. They had to be resilient and use teamwork skills to work out the measurement accurately.
This newsletter includes reports from Young Voices and the Music Recital, also menus and dates for your diary. The full newsletter can be found here: Newsletter 19 January 2018
To prepare for our literacy learning on informal letter writing, we have been considering how it would feel to be evacuated during WW2.
Today, Thursday 18th January 2018, the children put on a wonderful musical performance for the whole school and for parents and carers to come and watch. Many musical instruments were […]
For past two weeks the Year 3’s have been looking at different graphs and learning how to collect and read data from them. Today we looked at Venn diagrams where […]
Today in Y3, we have been looking at how our Geography learning links to our big question: Where will your journey take you? We have been looking at our place […]