Archive for the ‘Curriculum’ Category
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
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
On Friday 29th September we held a STEM dress up day to raise funds for the STEM activities coming up in the coming weeks. The children embraced their inner Einstein and came dressed as some amazing scientists or science experiments.
10.03.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
Heron Park is now officially a School Games GOLD school. We are all extremely proud of this stunning achievement, only a handful of schools/academies in each county reach this milestone each year, and we are one of them. The award recognises our efforts to provide a wide ranging, high quality sports program that is inclusive […]
06.21.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Parents, Student Enrichment
06.15.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
06.14.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
Please support our school and nominate us for lots of lovely new books! https://www.nationalbooktokens.com/schools#.WT_B9E0kvcs
06.13.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Parents, Student Enrichment
Key Stage one and Key Stage 2 took to the stage on Wednesday 29th March to showcase their topics for this term. They performed with enthusiasm and passion it was a pleasure to watch!
03.30.2017 : Posted in Curriculum, Student Enrichment
Year 5 enjoyed a STEM workshop run by Weald Technology Ltd about engineering. They each came up with a vehicle design, then in groups they combined their individual drawings to create a whole new design!