North Featherstone Junior And Infant School

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Summer Term Learning 

Please find below our class newsletter about our topic this term of...heartbeat! We will be learning all about the human body, percentages and mountains! Take a look for more information about our learning this term. 

Heart Dissection

On Tuesday 3rd May, the children in Birch, Beech and Oak class enjoyed a heart dissection lesson led by the biology teacher of Featherstone Academy. The children learnt about the different chambers of the heart and had an opportunity to see the size of each section, look at the valves and arteries and even have a feel of the heart muscle to see how strong and thick its walls were to keep all the blood pumping throughout our bodies. 

World Book Day 2022

In Science the children have loved dissecting different flowers, to find all the different parts which allows for flowers to reproduce. 


In RE the children really enjoyed learning about Mother Teresa, and they discussed how her teaching and the Christians beliefs were linked and completed their own research. In their small groups they each wrote about how they could combine their own thinking with their learning to follow a positive path in life.  

Rugby with Featherstone Rovers

Santa Samba


Remembrance Day in Featherstone

First Aid Workshop

Children in Oak class have all taken part in first aid training! They learnt how to assess as a first responder and put an injured person into the recovery position. They practised applying bandages and slings, on to support injuries before going to the hospital. A very helpful and educational experience for all, that could help save a life one day! 

Happy Halloween! 

Children in Oak really enjoyed 'Fitbeat' - which combined music, exercise and wellbeing. They looked forward to these sessions each week and showed great progression over the programme. 

The boys enjoyed an enquiry based lesson all about the different geographical elements of a river. It was an opportunity to revisit learning from Year 3 and build on their understanding. Key words included: meander, ox-bow lake, traction, upper course, estuary, mouth, source, silt, tributary, confluence.  

The girls in Oak class have been enjoying Forest Schools with Mr Mills. They have really developed their communication and resilience during these session! 

Year 6 have started their violin lessons with Mrs Rhodes, they are really excited about progressing and performing using this musical instrument!