Tasty Toast

Our KS1 Children had a fabulous morning during their REAL project Tasty Toast celebrating the end of their topic. Well done everyone I hope you all enjoyed it. Please follow and like us:

Reading Champions

This week we celebrated the achievements of our staff reading champions and our spring winners at Herringthrope Junior School. David Lawrence presented certificates and awards to the children who had made the most progress in reading this half term. We are so proud of all staff and children who work so hard on their reading. […]

Numeracy Easter Egg Hunt!

Mrs Buttree’s maths booster group has created a maths Easter Egg hunt. Children had to write a SATs style question for someone else and then hide it in the outdoor area. We all had fun solving the problems- Please follow and like us:

Real Project – 3M & 3/4P Fundraiser

3m and 3/4P have completed their fundraiser for the British Heart Foundation. The children have completed the ‘Skip A Mile’ challenge and have so far raised over £300. Please donate if you havent already, you have till tomorrow at 3.15pm. Well done everyone and thank you for everybody who has donated. Please follow and like […]

Family Learning – Monster Mash

This morning we have had the most incredible, exciting family learning session. The KS1 children have been creating their own moving monsters using so many creative materials. Mrs Tunks and Mrs Greenwood had to choose only four winners, this was a difficult task. The designs and ideas that have been generated this morning with the […]

Maths Egg Hunt

Last week in Maths we were learning all about addition and subtraction. We finished off our week with a Maths egg hunt around the hall. We had to find 30 eggs all with different number sentences and work out the answers. It was so much fun! Please follow and like us:

Arts Award Learning

In 1S we have been contributing work towards our arts award. Last week a dancer came to visit and we interviewed him to find out all abut him and his dancing. We learned so much! Please follow and like us:

Creating Animations

Y4/5D have been working hard on creating their animations. They have developed their stories, produced backgrounds and written dialog. The children are now using the iPads to record and edit their animations. Please follow and like us:

NEMESIS Co-Creation Lab 4

Developing collaboration methods between children and adults- Yesterday the children and adults worked together to interview each other about the project. They asked a series of questions to gain an insight into their thoughts and feelings about being involved in the NEMESIS project. Are you enjoying being involved in the NEMESIS project? Do you feel […]

Practical maths

In Y4/5D, the children have been calculating volume in numeracy. The children used problem solving skills to create different shapes and then calculate their volume. Please follow and like us:

Worsbrough Mill

As part of our topic we visited Worsbrough Mill to learn all about how flour is made. We had a fantastic day exploring the mill and the woodland areas. We talked about all of the different parts of the mill, saw lots of types of flour and we even saw a water wheel! We had […]

Preparing For Our Performance

Y4/5D are working towards their arts awards. Last week the children were adding the finishing touches to their dance, ready for their performance at Magna. Today the children have been thinking for questions they would like to ask their guest dancer, who will be attending and performing at their rehearsal this week. Please follow and […]

A Watery Week in Foundation One

In Foundation One we have enjoyed exploring boats and water as part of our learning about the coastguard. We have explored materials and sorted objects that float and sink. We have created boat shapes using foil and counted passengers into our rescue boats. We have made simple sailing boats and had a fantastic time racing […]

The Hub 2019 Newsletter

Here is the Wingfield Hub Newsletter 2019 with all the latest updates of what is happening in your local community. Please take the time to read and get involved in some of the exciting developments. Please click the link below – The Hub 2019 Newsletter Please follow and like us:

Floating and Sinking FS2

This week we have been exploring the science concept of floating and sinking. We investigated and sorted objects and developed our vocabulary to talk about our observations and make predictions.  Please follow and like us:

NEMESIS – Making the Video for Wingfield

This week the Year 6 children and Jayden have worked together to make a video for Wingfield students on their thoughts and fears when visiting the local shops. Our children have expressed concerns that when they visit the shop outside Wingfield they often feel quite intimidated and frightened as they find it hard to get […]

Exploring Ratio with Smoothie Making

In Y6B the children were set the challenge to calculate the number of ingredients needed to make smoothies for 36 children. They had to find a recipe they liked which served 2/4 people and calculate the ingredients using ratio and proportion. Each groups was give a set amount of ingredients and 36 cups to fill. […]

Pen and Ink in 5/6H

The Year 5/6 children have produced some beautiful Pen and Ink drawings this afternoon, I can’t wait to see them on display. Please follow and like us:

Aqua Festival

Huge congratulations on winning the Aqua Festival today, our first tournament in water. The children performed to a really high standard and it was lovely to have the opportunity for children who don’t necessarily enjoy sport but love to swim. Well done Everyone! Please follow and like us:

Talk 4 Writing 5/6H

As part of recount texts, 5/6H developed their introductions by doing Talk 4 Writing. The children worked well developing their images and actions to help them talk through their introductions. The results were fabulous and will hopefully develop their writing as a result!   Please follow and like us:

Y5/6H Sports Hall Athletics

Over the past term, we have been developing skills in athletics competition indoors. The children have developed their running and teamwork skills during relays whilst developing their throwing skills using the javelins and chest push competitions. The children have performed well individually and as part of a team.   Please follow and like us:

Angle hunting 5/6H

5/6H looked at why angles are important in real life situation. We investigated the angle of returns during a tennis match so the player is ready to hit the ball and the angles used to help navigate away from other objects in space! It led to some very interesting discussion and competition.       […]