Today, Scarlett and Albey in Y6 interviewed Mr Williams, Head of School at Roughwood Primary, as part of our Herringthorpe past and present project. We found out lots of information […]
A small reflection of the huge amount of work and effort we have seen from Y5GE during the lockdown. We are proud of each and every one of you. Mrs […]
Miss Meaburn’s bubble enjoyed exploring the pond area today. It was amazing to see the excitement from the children as they discovered what they had caught – especially the newts!
Welcome to your final year at Herringthorpe Junior School! Your teachers are Miss Snowden, Miss Meaburn and Miss Stanton. The teaching assistants are Mrs Savage, Mr Jenkinson, Mrs Morris and […]
Well done year 3 for rising to the challenges this year has brought, you have faced them as strong and resilient learners!
Miss Cooper, Mrs Evans and Mrs Ebbs are so excited to welcome you into Year 5! Our Y5 Teaching Assistants will be Mrs O’Brien, Miss Hayes, Mrs Marsh and Miss […]
This afternoon, we have been filtering dirty water to see which methods were the most successful. We experimented with a variety equipment and concluded that using the piece of cloth […]
Hi all, Please find attached the Y2 to Y3 transition booklet. Click the link here: https://www.flipsnack.com/misssealey/y2-transition-booklet.html Thank you, Y3 Teachers
We often think of video games as an activity involving children sitting in dark bedrooms for hours on end barely moving. In reality, gaming is often an active experience for many kids. […]
This week, we have been working hard planning a Maths board game linked to our topic, ‘What makes me, me?’ First, we evaluated a range of Maths games before planning […]
This afternoon the Y3 children in school connected with the children at home. We discussed what we are looking forward too in transition and the new school year. It was […]
We never tire of receiving the amazing work that is being completed at home. This weeks video focuses on the work on Y3 and Y4. We are thrilled by the […]
Today we published our explanation texts about how the human heart works.
This morning in y6 we have been putting our reasoning skills to the test with odd and even numbers.
This afternoon, our Y5 pupils became NASA scientists as they took on a STEM challenge to create a prototype for a moon buggy. They needed to create a model which […]
The children were set the challenge to creat a 3D model of a heart. Just look at some of the fabulous outcomes-very creative!
Our amazing y3’s have worked so hard this week to complete their very own Victorian game designs and then put them to the test! Well done everyone!