Tasty treats in today’s cookery club? Sausage rolls!
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 […]
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 […]
Great sportsmanship on show this evening from our year 5 and 6’s. Wonderful matches in our second week of Willow Tree Cup Competition.
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 […]
Fresh from our school orchard, we were inspired to make apple crumble!
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 […]
Y6S have explored place value this week, ordering, partitioning and grouping numbers up to 10,000,000!
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]