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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Y6M: Mental Health Week P4C

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 […]

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WMIM Cyberbullying Workshop

Today, Sadie from With Me in Mind came along to support the y5 pupils in deepening their understanding of cyberbullying and the impact which this has on mental health and […]

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Banter or bullying?

Today 10 children from upper school took part in the Banter to Bullying Workshop at New York Stadium with the RUFC Community Team. They learnt that a laugh and a […]

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Y6 Impact of Words

This afternoon Y6 took part in a virtual session with Mrs Foxley-Johnson to learn about the impact of words on others and the importance of being kind. Well done to […]

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Shine ✨ Week 9

This week, our Shine Children learnt how to read and understand food labels as well as investigate how much sugar is in our drinks. They then participated in some team […]

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Shine ✨ Week 7

In this weeks Shine session, the children learnt about what foods and nutrients made up a healthy lunchbox. To finish off, we took part in some tennis teamwork games! 🎾

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Y6 Sign Up: WW2 Immersive Day

Major Jenkinson visited Herringthorpe today to find new recruits for the war effort. All new recruits were put through their paces to see if they were able to join the […]

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Y6 1940s Playground Games: WW2 Immersive Day

A very busy breaktime this afternoon, where Y6 were transported to the 1940s to play popular games from the time. Thank goodness the hail cleared so it didn’t stop our […]

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Y6 First Aid: WW2 Immersive Day

As part of our Home Front effort, Y6 took part in First Aid training. We learned how to bandage a wound, how to carry out a primary survey and how […]

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Week 5- Shine Club- Taste Testing 🍉🫑🍍🫐🍇

This weeks shine club was action packed! The children took part in a fruit taste testing session. We tried a variety of different fruits and gave them a score out […]

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Y4A kindness posters

One of our activities for mental health week was to create a kindness slogan . Y4A rose to the challenge and created some fantastic slogans to share in the classroom […]

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Keeper uppie – The Risk Factor 🎾 🏓

Our children continued their daily exercise and class challenge as part of Children’s Mental health week with a “keepie uppie challenge” with a difference… the children had to weigh up […]

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Y5- ‘Playing games online is all fun and games…’ What do you think? 🕹💻

Today Y5 engaged in a debate about whether playing online games was all fun and games. Working in our teams, we came up with reasons FOR online gaming and reasons […]

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HJS jump a whopping 404 metres in the standing long jump! 👏🏻

Today our children continued their daily exercise and class challenge as part of Children’s Mental health week with a standing long jump competition. Some excellent lengths were jumped with Y3L, […]

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Brain breaks to focus attention

In y5, we have recognised the importance of taking 5 minutes brain breaks in our learning to reenergise and refocus our thinking. Short bursts of exercise and mindfulness help us […]

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