Visit to Sheffield

We took Paddington to a visit to Sheffield. We had a fantastic time in the Cathedral before walking into the city to the Winter Gardens and Millennium Galleries. Please follow and like us:

Postcard Home

Mason loved receiving his postcard home for fantastic effort in phonics lessons. Thank you to Mason’s mum for sending me the picture, it’s lovely to see the pride in his face! Please follow and like us:

Shireoaks Marina

The children had a fun packed day at Shireoaks Marina. They went pond dipping and learnt about a wide range of plants, insects and amphibians. Next they visited the Dawn Rose, a replica of a cuckoo boat and found out about how it was made. After break, the children learnt how to open and close the […]

Quorn cooking

Today we had a guest from Quorn to show us how to make meals using a meat substitute. We discussed what a healthy plate is and had a taste of the wonderful cooking. Please follow and like us:

Our Trip to Sheffield

Yesterday we went on our trip to Sheffield. We had such a fun day and we all learnt so much! We got on the tram train at Parkgate and got off at the Cathedral where we had a tour, baptised a baby and sang some songs. After that we went to the Peace Gardens and […]

Well done Lewis and Family

Beautiful home learning Lewis with the support of your family, we are very proud of you and we are looking forward to seeing more London models from KS1! Please follow and like us:

Thank you Wingfield!

We would just like to say a personal thank you to Mrs Wootton Ashforth for visiting our Y6 children and discussing what will happen as they enter on their journey and transition to Wingfield. The children felt much more at ease and are really looking forward to flying the nest and spreading their wings! Please […]

6B Exploring Handwriting.

Y6B have been working on the methods taught by Martin Harvey and here they are exploring the techniques to develop accurate letter formation.   Please follow and like us:

Seaside Experience

Our children had the exciting opportunity to be involved in a seaside dinner day which came from Mrs Parry our Cook. The children and staff really enjoyed eating their lunch and are looking at more ways to explore new cuisines. Please follow and like us:

NEMESIS Showcase

So proud of Rockingham children today, from Year 4 to Year 6 working alongside each other to share with our European partners what we have been doing during our NEMESIS projects. The children were very articulate and confidently able to present to a range of adults new learning. Well done! Please follow and like us:

Drama in Y4H

Miss Harrison has been teaching all the children in Y4H the skills and features of playscripts. The children have been generating their own ideas to apply their learning to a new context. Here they are performing what they have composed. Please follow and like us:

Picture This!

All children in school are creating art work for the Picture This Exhibition! The Exhibition will once again be a central part of the Rotherham Children’s Festival which is taking place at Magna.  We are delighted to let you know that the Exhibition will remain open, in the Red Hall at Magna from Wednesday 26th June […]

Presentation at its best!

Martin Harvey – Handwriting All staff across Rockingham have been working alongside Martin Harvey a consultant for Handwriting and Art to develop the children’s pride and love of writing. We have an agreed policy and scheme that we would like to share with parents, this will enable you to support your child at home. We […]

Y5/6H Congratulations Attendance winners!

Well done Y5/6H winning the attendance breakfast for the second time! We are really proud of you and know that you value the importance of learning. Good luck everyone for Summer 2. Please follow and like us:

Diversity Week in FS1, It’s good to be different!

In Foundation One we have been thinking about lots of ways in which we are different. We have talked about our different families and found out that we all have different homes. We have talked about how our bodies are very similar in some ways but very different in others. We enjoyed dressing up for […]

Literacy – Non fiction features

In literacy this week we have looked at non fiction features. Children categorized fiction and non fiction features and discussed which features are the most important using their opinion line. From that we created our own RUBRIC to use for our writing next week. Please follow and like us:


Y3/4P enjoyed our circled time discussing diversity. Children had some really good discussions about how important it is to be proud of yourself and to be different. Please follow and like us: