Herne Bay Junior School is proud to announce the publication of the first issue of their online magazine, the HBJS Happy. In this very first issue, you will be able to read two interviews: one with Sarah Baisley, the talented creator of our wonderful new woodland mural; and one with our very own Miss Neame reflecting on her time both as a pupil and a member of the staff at HBJS.
The issue also includes sports news, original poetry and a quiz page. Please take a look!
If you are a pupil at the school and you would like to submit something to be published, watch out for the post box that will be by the quiet area at lunch times.
Year 4 had an exciting start to their 'Ancient Worlds ' Topic with a visit from Mr Egypt, who is an Egyptologist. The morning consisted of learning about life during the Ancient Egyptian times and the children even had a go at dancing! During the day, the children wrote their names in hieroglyphics and had a go at Egyptian Maths. In the afternoon, the children learnt about mummification and even had a go at wrapping a mummy, which was great fun!
Despite the challenging and unprecedented times we are in, our lovely Year 6 children have managed to pull off an outstanding performance for their end of the year production of Jungle Book. We have been really pleased with the enthusiasm shown by the children at the auditions stage, the different stages of rehearsals and during the final performance.
Our children have been busy engaging with their google classroom home learning, having live sessions with their teachers and class mates but also finding time to immerse themselves in some fun activities too.
We wanted to share with you some of the images the children have sent in showing what they have been up to starting with Erin in 3BH has received her medal for her 5K run which is very impressive. Well done Erin.
Charlotte in 5JN has been busy baking these delicious looking cookies...if only you could put your hand through the screen and enjoy one with her!
Alesha in 5DE has been enjoying the interactive PE lessons at home, some fabulous balancing skills being demonstrated here.
William in 3AR has been missing Lincoln our well-being dog so decided to create a mosaic picture of him. I wonder if this will make it’s way to Mrs Hewitt’s office.