Miss Guntrip enjoyed teaching Year 1 online this morning, she even had a little helper! What is your favourite thing about online remote learning? Would you like to share your experiences? Let your class teacher know or share what you have been up to on our Facebook page.
Mrs Pearce spotted this lovely heron down by the lake in Walton Park this morning! The heron, just like our school logo, is a very clever bird. Did you know: Herons spend much of their time alone, feeding in damp places or wading in water. Did you know that the RSPB will be celebrating a…
Staff shout out (autumn 2)
It has been a very unusual half term in school. There have been bubbles closed, home learning taking place, LIVE lessons via Zoom and children back in school to continue their learning. The team have worked incredibly hard together, whether on site or working remotely to ensure that the standard of education remains high. The…
This week year one have been thinking about who they are grateful for. They wrote thank you letters to NHS staff and careworkers! Lakeview Lodge Care Home and the NHS staff at Milton Keynes Hosptial enjoyed reading the messages from the children.
The children and staff had a wonderful time singing along to the twelve days of Christmas on zoom! Each class and some adults had their own part in the song! What a lovely way to end a busy half term!
Santa visited every classroom in a slightly different way this year, the children enjoyed dancing and singing along to his music!
Thank you to our Christmas cooks
Our Christmas dinner day is always a popular day for the children at Heronshaw school. It takes a lot of hard work to put everything together. Tracy (left) and Sophie (right) made it a very special day for the children. Thank you ladies for your efforts.
Sports for Schools
The children had an amazing time meeting Kristian Thomas who is an Olympic Gymnast and was part of the British team that famously won Olympic bronze at the London 2012 Olympics. Alongside Sports for Schools, we have managed to raise a grand total of £1196.76! What a fantastic achievement, thank you for all your generous…
Christmas Jumper Day Raised Great Total
On Friday 11th December the children and staff wore Christmas jumpers, sweaters and other Christmassy clothes to help raise money for a good cause, Save the Children. This year you all helped to raise £202.07 Thank you everybody for your support. You can read more about Save the Children here. https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/christmas-jumper-day/about
Year 2 pupil earns a Blue Peter badge
We are very proud of Isabella in Year 2 for earning herself a Blue Peter badge. Isabella was proudly wearing her badge in school this week and then brought in her letter from Blue Peter to share. Mr Ainscow showed them in the Friday celebration assembly that was broadcast onto our YouTube channel. Blue Peter…