Heron Park Primary Academy Blog & News
Year 5 produced some wonderful science work in class this week they’ve been learning all about the solar system and planets.
01.23.2018 : Posted in Curriculum
On Monday Year 3 enjoyed a visit from Sama Karate, a local group that runs after school each week at Heron Park. The children joined in the demonstartion with lots of enthusiasum!
: Posted in Student Enrichment, Uncategorized
The staff performed a twist on Dick Wittington for the children on the last day of term. It was great fun to watch and the children loved it!
01.02.2018 : Posted in Student Enrichment
As of January 2018 we will no longer be accepting cash in school either via the office or the Kitchen. All requests for money for trips or to pay for lunches must be paid through Parent Pay. Thank you
: Posted in Parents
The KS1 Nativity this year was Lights, Camel, Action! The children put on a fantastic show and looked amazing! Thanks go to all who helped with costumes, set design and learning words!
12.19.2017 : Posted in Parents
3RS enjoyed a wonderful day out to the cinema and a walk around the harbour with a talk at the lifeboat centre! Mr Ali gave a talk about pontoons and locks as well.
11.23.2017 : Posted in Student Enrichment, Trips
The girls Football team held their own against Ocklynge School on Saturday with a fast and furious match that ended in a draw! Well done girls!
11.17.2017 : Posted in Student Enrichment, Trips
Mr Bray’s class took a walk this week around the school grounds, having a look at what nature lives in and around the school grounds.
11.09.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
On Thursday and Friday KS2 enjoyed fun days filled with experiments and tomatoes! In one experiment the children had to figure out how to get the tomatoes down the slope without them breaking. They also had to make a boat that could float even when huge amounts of weight were placed on it. The children really […]
10.13.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
Year 6 visited Devonshire Park and took part in this year’s Safety in Action event. They learnt how to stay safe around fire, water, electricity, strangers and hazards. Each team was awarded points out of 20 for each section with Heron park children scoring 20 in many of the challenges!