Sausage rolls ‘to go’ in today’s cookery club… 🍴

Tasty treats in today’s cookery club? Sausage rolls!

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MacMillan Coffee Event

What a roaring success our coffee afternoon has been! We had over 40 entries to our cake competition 🍰, which school council proudly judged! Well done to our deserved winners […]

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Y6S Explore colour, texture and pattern

This week we have been exploring a variety of different materials, focusing on colour and texture. Using blue thread we trialled different stitches to see which one we preferred and […]

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Robin Hood’s Bay Year 6

Some of Year 6 spent the day at Robin Hood’s Bay today. We had a lovely day in the sunshine exploring the rock pools, identifying crabs and small fish, lunch […]

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Cooking club – beginning with local ingredients 🍏

Fresh from our school orchard, we were inspired to make apple crumble!

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Y6 Pond Dipping

Yesterday in Year 6 we spent some time investigating the Pond area of the school. We looked at the wildlife that we could find and thought about possible food webs […]

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Y6B collaborative character description

Y6B have got stuck into our new core text with a fantastic shared write. We discussed ambitious vocabularly, varied sentence structures and ways to build cohesion across paragraphs to create […]

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Padlet in Literacy

In 6J we have been using inference to think about how a character may appear. We worked collaboratively on padlet to share our ideas of ambitious vocabulary on the same […]

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Sports Day 2022 🏀🏃🏾‍♂️🎾🏃🏼‍♀️⚾️⛹🏼

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 […]

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Printing in Y6

In year 6, after completing an artist study on Leonard Beaumont, we have experimented with using Lino and styrofoam for relief printing. We are pleased with our results and can’t […]

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Y6 – This is me

In Y6G, we spent some time really focusing on completing a portrait of ourselves. We used back and forth sketching to first get the correct shapes matched up, before adding […]

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Sensory circuits

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 […]

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Outdoor explorers

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 […]

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Drama in Y6G

In our literacy lesson today, we acted out different sections from our class text – Wonder – to explore August’s feelings throughout his first day of school. This will help […]

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