In our Early years we observed excellent communication skills, children were using their social skills to develop a conversation during snack time. We encourage our parents to take reading books home to share stories and develop a love of reading.
Our Foundation 1 children have been busy learning their initial letter sounds and enjoying feeding Metal Mike, they completed some wonderful learning and were able to identify all the sounds.
Here are our Reading champion winners for this term, congratulations everyone we are so proud of you all. Please keep reading and we hope you enjoy spending your book token. Please enjoy more stories over the Christmas holiday and we can’t wait to continue enjoy spreading the love of reading.
Our F1 children and 6B are having a wonderful morning singing Santa Shark we have loved watching them this morning. I think Mr Hanson and Mrs McDermott love this song too. Well done everyone. Children of all ages just love this performance.
Our children have been very lucky to have a visit from Father Christmas and each child in school received a book from his visit. We really hope you enjoy sharing your story over Christmas with your family.
A huge thank you to our Rockingham Early Years staff and children on your performance of some very famous Christmas songs. It was beautiful to watch and I knew the parents really enjoyed this too. Well done Everyone.
We are excited to share our new canopy in Foundation 1. Our children will love using this in all weathers. We love our learning environment and are very proud.
Today we had the wonderful opportunity to work with Elizabeth Kenny as part of the English Hub. We explored lots of ideas in developing reading across school and how we teach phonics. Here are our children in action.
Our Year 5s and Foundation have had a spectacular day exploring the space. Our Foundation 1 children were so excited about finding the hidden objects.
Look at our wonderful learning environment and continuous provision our children are fully engaged and love exploring. Which area would you like to explore?