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 […]
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 […]
We used our forehand and backhand skills to try and make the longest rally with our partner before controlling the direction we hit the ball in a small game.
Building strong foundations for ks3 on our transition day this morning. The children were lucky to meet Trixie- the therapy dog 🐶
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 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 […]
What a wonderful end to our World War Two topic. For the first time in 2 years we were excited to invite our parents to join us for a singing […]
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 […]
After listening to Eleanor Rigby by The Beatles, Y6M discussed the concept of loneliness and the difference between being lonely and being alone. Take a look at some of the […]
We had a busy morning in Y6 cooking some WW2 recipes – cheese and potato dumplings, carrot cupcakes and apple crumble. The pupils worked well in their groups to follow […]
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 […]
What a fantastic 12 weeks we have had completing our first Shine project at Herringthorpe Junior School. Over the past few months, our Shine children have grown from strength to […]
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 a lesson away from singing today, Y6 discovered how to use a stave to show different notes, as well as the different between semibreves, minims and crotchets.
It was the Y5/Y6 boys last week of football after school club tonight. They took the responsibility of the size of the pitch and having to decide whether to dribble […]
Our Y6 sports leaders continue to lead and develop basketball games during lunchtime -with a focus on passing, shooting and also game related play. Well done everyone 👏
What a wonderful day of immersing ourselves in the 1930s and 1940s! The curiosity our children showed, made for an amazing visit, where knowledge was deepened and extended.
Some of our children enjoyed their first Tri Golf festival today. Fantastic technique on display as our children learnt new skills and gained valuable experience playing golf. Well done everyone […]
After learning about the persecution of Jews during the 1930s in Germany, Y6M watched a short video about the life of Nicholas Winton and how he supported the Kinderstransport. A […]