Y5C have been enjoying their transition picture book, The Lost Words. Our book is a collection of all the words that have been taken out of the children’s dictionary. Today, […]
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 […]
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 morning Y5 have been completing symmetric figures. We looked at symmetrical and asymmetrical images.
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 […]
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 […]
This afternoon Y5 have been exploring life cycles. We discussed amphibians and how their life cycles can differ to insects. We then created our own life cycles of a frog.
Today, we were introduced to protractors and used these to accurately measure a range of angles carefully
Y5C did a great job today working on their movement and foot work on their first tennis PE lesson
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 […]
Looks at the impressive skills y5F have been using to create their artwork. Can you think what they might be creating ?
Today, the y5 children investigated the different parts of a flowering plant and their functions in the process known as pollination
Today we linked the outdoor explorers to the Jubilee – some children made a leaf bunting, others did the collages of the Queen and then they re-potted their sun flowers […]
Yesterday, the Y5 children continued their geography learning by exploring rivers around the world using digital mapping
In Year 5 this week we have been looking at formulas on a spreadsheet. We have been trying to work out how to make the spreadsheet work out the missing […]
Paying close attention to detail, we recognised the definition of texture and how visual texture can be created in art. As artists, we replicated some of these visual textures with […]
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 […]