Maths Workshop FS2

Thank you to all the parents who attended our Maths Workshop. It was lovely to see everyone getting stuck into the activities and finding out how we learn and develop numeracy skills in Foundation Stage.  Please follow and like us:

Foundation Stage Race to Read

We have now started our Race to Read which is on display in the Foundation Unit. Children will receive a sticker for every 5 times they read at home.  At the end of each term we will count up the stickers and award a prize to the child who has read the most. Please ensure […]

Attendance Breakfast

What an absolutely lovely morning everyone had at the breakfast for the winning class with the best attendance! The children in Y5/6 H really deserved it for all the effort they made for having the best attendance in school over the first half term. It was great to see so many happy and smiling faces. […]

Sports for Champions Rich Wills

On Friday we had the pleasure of welcoming Rich Wills, a Para-Power lifting champion to our school to raise the aspirations for all children, please read some more information about him below – https://sportsforchampions.com/athletes/rich-willis/ As a school we managed to raise over £500, the children were able to learn about healthy living, healthy eating and […]

Macmillan Coffee Morning

We would like to invite you to our very own Macmillan coffee morning on Friday the 28th of September, please complete our attached letter to confirm your attendance. Macmillan Coffee morning Last year was a huge success and we would like to get more parents and grandparents into school to support such a wonderful charity.  […]

Wingfield Open Day

Key Stage 2 Open Event at Wingfield Academy, a fabulous opportunity for you to meet the staff and look at the learning opportunities that are on offer when your child reaches Secondary Education. Please follow and like us:

Sports Day

On Thursday the 28th of June we had our Sports Day, a huge thank you to our Sports Leaders for supporting our younger children. We had a fabulous day and the children really enjoyed taking part, congratulations to Hoober on winning sports day and to all our children who won a sports award for their […]

Year 6 Prom

On Tuesday the 26th of June we held our Year 6 prom which was designed and created by the Year 6 children. The children looked stunning and parents really enjoyed the celebration, children arrived in style and were met by the teaching staff. A huge thank you to Mrs Buttree, Mr Purshouse and our LSA’s […]

Wonderful Wildlife and Woods

On Saturday, we were very lucky to have one of our parents, Mr Wood who has his own landscaping business, come to school to help tidy up the wildlife area. Have a look at the before photos and see the amazing difference with the after photos! We are so grateful to have such caring and […]

The Hub – Wingfield Ward

Here is the Spring edition of The Hub Magazine, please see what is happening in the local community. A huge thank you to the Councillors for all your support. The Hub Spring Edition 2018       Please follow and like us:

Anti Bullying at RJI with Ann Foxley-Johnson

A huge thank you to Miss FJ for supporting the school in its journey to understanding bullying. Thank you to the parents for your support in attending the workshop I really hope you valued the experience and support school in stamping out bullying. The children enjoyed a whole school assembly and interactive workshops throughout the […]

NSPCC activity

Year 1 did 5 activities to earn our 100 points for the NSPPCC – Speak out Stay Safe fundraising activity. The children did really well and embraced all the activities. We love PE!   Please follow and like us:

  WELCOME TO NATIONAL SCIENCE WEEK! Following on from our fabulous Science Assembly with our brilliant Science Ambassadors.   Here is you first experiment to try at home. Most of the ingredients are household products so you should be able to find them at home. Ask permission first. Remember that as a Science Busker, you […]

What to do during an air raid

Last week, we looked at what to do during an air raid in our literacy lessons. We have been focusing on instructional writing so, using our prior knowledge on the air raid procedures from our Kelham Island trip, the children designed their own air raid procedure advert. Please follow and like us:

Scientists investigating in 1B

In our Materials learning in Science, we were investigating which would be the best types of paper to a)mop up water and b) paint on. We had great fun with the investigating. The conclusion we came to was that paper towels were the most absorbent paper for mopping up water and art paper was the […]

F2B Stay and Play making rockets

F2B have enjoyed creating their own space rockets with family members at our stay and play session this week. Everyone was very enthusiastic and the children were excited to use their imaginations. Well done, each rocket was fantastic and unquie! Thank you to all the adults who came to support us! Please follow and like […]

Fairy Tale Castle

The Year 1 children have been busy over Christmas and in the last week! They have made castles from recyclable materials such as left over Christmas paper, cardboard boxes and toilet roll inners! They are embracing their learning about Towers and Turrets with vigour. Well done 1B !   Please follow and like us:

Awesome Art from 1B

In our Art lesson this week with Mrs Taylor, we learned about Tone using a 4B pencil. The children copied parts of the fairy tale castle and used their skills to show different tones and create some fantastic artwork. Please follow and like us:

F2B sharing activities

This week F2B have been learning all about sharing objects into equal groups. We started off small by sharing objects between two groups and then moved onto sharing objects between three and four groups. The children have made excellent progress with sharing and can talk about the strategies they might use to share objects equally. […]

F2B Measures

 This week the children have enjoyed learning about height. They worked with a partner to create towers of different height, they used everyday language to describe the height of the towers allowing them to order and compare them. We moved onto measuring height using nonstandard units. Darcie was enthusiastic to measure objects around the classroom […]

F2B Space Topic

F2B are enjoying exploring our new text How to Catch a Star and our space themed topic. In literacy the children made predictions about how the little boy might catch the star. In numeracy they have been recognising numbers and counting out stars on the playdough table. Olivia enjoyed created her own alien painting and […]

Measuring madness!

Happy New Year! This week we have focused on measuring height and length this week. We started by comparing the height of objects and using vocabulary such as tall, taller, taller, short, shorter and shortest. Then we practised measuring objects using a non-standard measure such as counters. At the end of the week we progressed […]