Victory in Europe at EHPA! (posted on 17.02.2017)

By Mia Brown, age 10

On Thursday 9th February, all of Year 6 held an amazing V.E. (Victory in Europe) Day party to celebrate the last few weeks in our study of WW2.

During our fabulous party, we played, danced, ate and played even more! There were many food and drink choices: the delicious spam or jam sandwiches; nutritious carrot cookies; some refreshing lemonade; and dandelion and burdock.

In addition, we danced until we dropped! We did a show dance, a jive and a ladies’ excuse me. Finally, we played a game of beetle drive (a WW2 game).

The person who sat next to me for the meal, Charlie Thompson, said, “I enjoyed beetle drive because I got to spend quality time with my friends.”

One of my friends, Ben Nicolls, said, “The show dance was the worst – it went wrong.”

If you want to know more about our V.E. Day party, you can ask some of the Year 6 children who went.

Safer Internet Day (posted on 16.02.2017)


Safer Internet Day 2017 was celebrated at East Herrington on Tuesday 7th February with the theme ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’.

 Here are a few websites you may find useful: – blocking advice, general safety – has a great ‘How safe are you?’ audit. – Useful advice and activities for all ages. Cracking range of video resources. – Advice on protecting children from radicalisation. – Online safety advice – how to set up parental controls. – Child friendly search engine. – Child friendly search engine. – Advice on all media including film and TV.


Anti-Bullying Week - Well Done Charlie! (posted on 10.02.2017)

One of our Year 6 boys – Charlie Thompson – has won a city-wide poetry competition.  Charlie won the primary section of the competition which was held to mark Anti-Bullying Week.  His prize (an iPad) will be presented to Charlie by the Mayor of Sunderland in March.

The organisers said there were hundreds of entries, so well done Charlie! His poem might even be included in a book to mark the occasion.


East Herrington Pupils see wonders of the world thanks to Google Expeditions! (posted on 10.02.2017)

Children at school have seen the wonder of The Amazon River, the North Pole and even space all from the comfort of their classroom.

Read the Sunderland Echo article here

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