We asked the children to reflect on there strengths and what they thought they could do better at. They recorded this in the shape of Humpty Dumpty’s shell.
The children in F1 tried some of the food eaten by The Very Hungry Caterpillar. They tried pickles, Swiss cheese, salami, cakes and watermelon! The watermelon was very juicy and yummy but the cakes were everyone’s favourite!
The children in F1 discussed Diwali and the different celebrations they celebrate with their families at home. They made Diva lamps using cards and decorated them with different things!
The children have been very busy crafting at home. They have made some wonderful snowmen, snowflakes and winter homes for our hall display.
Good Luck Mrs Burnett on your Maternity Leave, we really hope that you enjoy every second of Family Time. We are really going to miss you. Lots of love Everyone at Rockingham. Thank you Mrs Sweeney for creating such a wonderful video from our children in Foundation.
We proudly present Rockingham’s Science Fair 2020. Here we are exploring scientific concepts and testing out ideas. We hope you enjoy the our explanations and learn something new. Stayed tuned for more science learning coming soon! We hope you like our learning as much as we did creating it.
Our F1 and REY children have had a virtual tour from Thornberry Animal Sanctuary this morning to support our learning about animals for our NEMSIS projects!
Our scientific explorers have been on the hunt around their home looking for objects than can be pushed and objects that can be pulled. What can you find in your house?
Our Foundation 2 children have been creating some beautiful acts of kindness whilst learning at home. They have worked really hard to create some fabulous learning through Art. Well done everyone.
Our Foundation 2 children loved exploring their local visit into Greasbrough. They looked at the local shops and pieces of History around the village.
We hope you love our Odd Socks in Foundation 2. We have loved sharing our photographs with our teachers.
Our Foundation 2 Children are really enjoying getting involved in their learning from home. The children have been in their PJs all day celebrating ‘Our Children in Need’. Thank you to everyone for getting involved and we hope you’ve enjoyed your day.
We have been reading the story Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson. We discussed the themes of friendships and thought of ways to help each other in class. The children practised applying their phonics to write labels and painted some wonderful pictures of the sea creatures from the story.
FS2 have been creating their own versions of artwork by Alma Thomas. We explored mosaic patterns through cutting and arranging paper. We were brilliant at controlling a paintbrush to paint different sized spots and arranged them in different ways.
For our Leaf Man story we have been out into the school yard to find the leaves to make a Leaf Man picture!
F1 have been practising our ICT skills by using digital cameras to take pictures of our environment and our friends!
The children in F1 have recently done some science work linked to reactions. We used baking soda, food colouring and vinegar to create fizzy rainbows. The children loved looking at what happened when the baking soda and vinegar met!
The children in F1 have made Rainbow Fish CD’s. They decorated them with fins, lips and sparkly bits for all of the Rainbow Fishes shiny scales!
For Black History Month the children in F1 completed some artwork inspired by the artist Charles Gaines. We used the paintbrushes to flick the paint onto the tree.
FS2 rose to the Active Travel challenge again this week. They took part in Road Safety I Spy, Go Green day, Joe Wick Wednesday, Be Bright Be Seen! and RJI’s I Spy.
Today we shared our Harvest Assembly live to our children in school and our children learning at home. What a fabulous first, children were all so excited to see each other and it was evident that all of our learners support each other. They were even discussing their home learning in the chat box. Thank […]
I can’t wait for our Foundation children to see their new reading environment on Monday. I couldn’t wait to get inside and explore. We hope you love it as much as do.
The children in FS2 did a great job of being superheroes for the active travel challenge.
Well done Foundation and Early years for completing Superhero Friday.
Our Children in Foundation 1 have used CDs and a range of materials to create some beautiful Rainbow Fish for their display.
We have been doing some orienteering sessions in F1 linked to clues about planting seeds. We looked for the clues and each clue led us to a material we would need to plant a bean seed! We had so much fun and now we are waiting for our seeds to grow!