Welcome to your final year at Herringthorpe Junior School! Your teachers are Miss Snowden, Miss Meaburn and Miss Stanton. The teaching assistants are Mrs Savage, Mr Jenkinson, Mrs Morris and […]
This week, we have been working hard planning a Maths board game linked to our topic, ‘What makes me, me?’ First, we evaluated a range of Maths games before planning […]
Today we published our explanation texts about how the human heart works.
This morning in y6 we have been putting our reasoning skills to the test with odd and even numbers.
The children were set the challenge to creat a 3D model of a heart. Just look at some of the fabulous outcomes-very creative!
This morning in Y6 we have been continuing to explore pop art. We took some photos in the y6 block and completed our learning by using a photo editor.
Today we looked at pop art from the famous Andy Warhol who inspired us to create a portrait of ourselves using some different media. Take a look…
In Year 6, we have been using Inside Out to think about managing our feelings, particularly around returning to school from lockdown. Abi in Y6M worked extremely hard to produce […]
This week, Y6 have been finding out about the components of our blood and the different jobs each of the cells do to help our bodies. To help us understand […]
What an incredible morning for our very first HJS virtual sports day! A huge well done to everyone who took part, whether on Zoom or throughout the morning. A big […]
It was lovely to be joined by so many of Y6M to complete a quiz. It has been such a long time since we all connected. Mrs O’Brien and Miss […]
Today some of our Y6s were part of a NEMESIS co-creation lab. We were joined by some parents and the area manager of the British Heart Foundation to discuss ways […]
Today, in school, we thought about what kindness looks like to us. We used animals, colours, facial expression and flowers to represent kindness in different ways. Y5/6 completed a P4C […]
To start a weekend of VE celebrations the Y6 team held a Zoom meeting. Some children dressed up in true 1940s style while others made banners and bunting to mark […]
A challenge was set to make a number of unusual things happen: make a balloon stick to the wall, make your hair stand on end, move a can without touching […]
A huge well done to our Year 6 pupils who enjoyed an amazing Maths residential. We had a fantastic time, learning new skills and applying our Mathematics knowledge. Thank you […]
Today in Y6, after much preparation, we started to build out Anderson shelters. We used our Tinkercad designs to up scale our designs into a model.