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 […]
This week we have researched the famous pop artist Roy Lichtenstein to use his art as inspiration for our own. Take a look at our lovely sketchbook pieces.
Sensory circuits aim to facilitate sensory processing to help children regulate and organise their senses in order to achieve the ‘just right’ or optimum level of alertness required for effective […]
Today the children in Y4G became graphic designers! Children used a free web app called Canva to design their own leaflets about the plague. I can’t wait to see the […]
Y4A have used excellent resilience skills this afternoon on their pen and ink pieces. They continued to practice some skills in their sketchbook before starting their final piece.
Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi, is a Hindu festival. This term Y4 are are learning about Hinduism and today in RE we learnt about the festival of Raksha Bandhan. […]
Today in Y4G we have been using drama to help create dialogue for our narrative linked to The Children Of Winter.
Today, Herringthorpe Junior School were lucky enough to meet football freestyling champion Jamie Knight! Jamie, who is currently one of the top 10 football freestylers in the world, came in […]
Yesterday, our Y3 and Y4 Girls enjoyed their first Netball after school club. Some great passing and moving skills on show. Well done everyone 👏
It was our final class challenge for this term and it was smiles all round for Y4G and Y6G as they took the top spot on the podium. Well done […]
In year 4 we have worked fantastically as a team to build roundhouses. Take a look at us using our DT skills.
Year 4 absolutely loved their visit to Creswell Crags. We went in a real cave, built shelters, practiced throwing spears and even put together some skeleton bones. Take a look […]
The sun was definitely shining on Y4J today! It was a exciting lunch time filled with participation, teamwork, decision making, tactics and most importantly fun in our Class Challenge as […]
Great to see our Y6 Sports leaders supporting our younger children on their daily mile!
On Monday some of our Year 4 children participated in their first ever orienteering competition and what a great morning it was for everyone involved! With two of our boys […]
Y4J and Y6M winning their class challenges today – showing great teamwork and respect to the opposition. Well done everyone 👏
Today in Y4A we looked at how Stone Age art was created. Following this, we made our own paints using natural resources and painted our clay Stone Age necklaces. The […]
We were very lucky to have the opportunity to join Michael Rosen’s live World Book Day event yesterday. It was wonderful to listen to him performing some of his poems, […]
Big smiles all round as some pupils choose themselves a new book from our reading chest for all their hard work. They can’t wait to get reading them!