Churchfield Primary School

Snydale Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S72 8JR

01226 710523

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welcome to the Hardworking hedgehogs class

Welcome to our page!. This year we are The Hardworking Hedgehogs, and also known as class 7. Our teacher is Mrs Bailey . We are also very lucky to have Mrs Deakin , Mrs Tibble, Miss Chu , Mr Hames and Mrs Hanley help us with our learning too.  

Keep checking back for regular updates on all the exciting things we will be doing throughout the year!

These are The Hardworking Hedgehog Class Councillors

First we have our two School Council members who represent our class and take forward any suggestions which are made during class council meetings.

We then have a Fair Trade representative and also an Eco Representative who share our ideas on helping our environment.

Monday 18th june - archery

Friday 15th June - NSPCC Circuit training

Friday 8th June - re week

Thursday 10th May 2018 - visit to whitby

What a fantastic day we've had at Whitby today! I would like to thank all of the children in The Hardworking Hedgehogs for making the day so special and the adults who went with us for helping us. Take a look at the photographs below including the ones where we were enjoying our  yummy ice creams. 

Monday 30th april 2018

This afternoon we have been learning all about ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and we even had a go at writing our own messages. We had lots of fun doing this and our work was really well presented too!

Friday 27th April 2018

Today we have been extremely busy in our classroom. First we used our creative skills to make Canopic Jars and then we revealed our mummified tomatoes. Please take a look at our photographs below:

We have been measuring right angles around the classroom

Tuesday 20th March - We have had a very busy day today! first we had a taster session in judo and then we went to saint john's church

Friday 23rd February   today we have been really busy making mood boards about kenya


Our class igloo made out of recycled milk cartons And is now a great reading area 

Monday 19th february    Welcome to our reading camp

Tuesday 19th December - Today we have been busy making Christingles ready for the Christingle Service at saint john's church on Thursday 21st december


in science lessons this week we made electrical circuits and found out how to make a light bulb light up. we learnt about conductors and insulators and gave examples of these.

A BIG thank you to everyone who was able to attend the year 3 sharing assembly on Wednesday 25th October, both year 3 classes were fantastic and both Mrs Bailey and Mrs Scattergood were very proud!

Design & Technology  Week Commencing Monday 9th October

We are very proud to show you our finished train models that we made using a wide range of skills including: designing, measuring ,cutting with a saw and gluing with a glue gun.

Fair Trade themed week

During our Fair Trade themed week we all worked really hard to present our ideas in a wide range of ways. We will be sharing some of our completed work at the Harvest Celebration on Wednesday 11th October at 1:30pm. Hope you can make it!

Tuesday 19th September National Railway Museum

We all had a fantastic time at the National Railway Museum and as well as seeing lots of different trains, we also took part in a workshop on building bridges. 

Thursday 28th smoothie making using fair trade products

Thursday 7th September 2017

What a wonderful start to the year with The Hardworking Hedgehogs' incredible Industrial Revolution homework.

Thank you for your hard work over the summer.



Spellings are given out every Monday for a spelling test the following Monday.

 Home week 4 for test on Monday week 5 Summer 2

Red Group

make, asked, back, I'm, fruit, notice, enough, disappear

Blue and Green Groups

suppose, surprise, pressure, occasion, notice, increase, enough, disappear, consider, fruit


Library books will be changed every Monday afternoon. Please ensure your child brings their book bag with their library book and reading record on Mondays.


Maths homework will be given out every Friday and will need to be returned on the following Tuesday.

If you require any support with homework please pop in to see Mrs Bailey who is always happy to help.


useful links

Take a look at the National Railway Museum website to see what's in store for us on our trip.


*Class 7 PE will now be on a Thursday morning

Class 7 have now completed their block of swimming lessons at Royston swimming baths