This we week we have focused on our story telling and started to act out our drama role play. The children loved the centre stage.
We had a circle time session where we spoke about the importance of Restorative Practice. We discussed our scaled scores and what makes us a 1-5.
Y3/4P researched what Vertebrate and Invertebrate means and what animals would be classified as Vertebrate or Invertebrate. Next lesson, we are going to look at other classifications and how we can group living things.
Our Children loved the Google Internet Legends Virtual Assembly! They learnt all about internet safety and the importance of using the web safely. It provided the children with so much information in order to for them to make informed choices.
Here are some of our completed barbed wire artwork images. Everyone has produced an excellent final sketch and have worked hard on their shading skills. There is some great detail in some of the hands and finger images.
5P have had a fantastic couple of weeks with their learning linked to space. Last week they researched an area of space with a partner and then contributed to a document together. This week they then went in front the camera and presented their learning on the green screen.
Y3/4P continuing with their football building on what we did last week. We focussed on dribbling once more but implemented pressure through defending.
Well done to everyone who applied for the school council role in Y3/4P. Very brave to stand up and speak to the class. Well done Charlotte and Harvey for winning the vote.
In literacy we have been learning about the use of language and how to engage a reader through story telling. The children have used their immersive reading area for inspiration. Look at the smiles on the children’s faces and how proud they are of their learning.
Today the children read their manifestos in Y6H, the children were confident, enthusiastic and determine to succeed. We are so proud of all the children who shared their ideas with the class. Congratulations Jessica and Mark.
This week we have started doing Hockey skills. Firstly we have focused on dribbling and simple tackling skills. Looking forward to passing and shooting skills in the next couple of weeks!
Taking inspiration from World War 1 battlefields, we used sketching skills to produce images of barbed wire. We will add images to these in future art lessons. The children experimented with tone and shading really well.
Y3/4P completed a Maths Orienteering cours3 based around Rounding to the nearest 10/100. The children enjoyed answering the questions and breaking the code.
Last week, we looked at the ‘Huge Bag of Worries’ story. We talked about how we can control our worries and how we can help each other.
Y3/4P started the PE last week with Football. We focussed on dribbling, looking at ball control.
Welcome to the army. Recruitment speeches in 6B Today we have started a new genre of writing, persuasive speeches. In WW1 young men were persuaded to join the army by recruitment officers. In our first session we looked at our model text and thought about how we could command an audience using our voices and […]
In Y4/5D we have been practicing different yoga positions. We have been trying to stay focused and calm.
The children used their ordering skills to solve a code cracking challenge.
Today the children in Y3/4P have been learning to play the drums. They have had their first lesson today and really enjoyed learning different techniques and rhythms.
Our Year 6 children are really enjoying their break times especially our new Reading Huts, we love Reading at Rockingham.
This week all children from REY to Year 6 have been completing P4C sessions on the text A Huge Bag of Worries, each class has been sharing their worries with their class teacher and building really positive successful relationships. In 6B the children have made their own worry monsters and Jayden really enjoyed sharing his […]
Today Mr Purshouse and his children took part in Circuit training, the children were active throughout and learning a range of new skills. Today Mrs Smith has received our staff star of the week for her commitment to Physical Education and supporting our children along the way. She was modelling to the children how to […]
This week 1S and 3M have had their first music lesson of the year with Mrs Thomson Smith. Our Year 1 children have been learning all about Rhythm and Pulse and our Year 3 children will be learning the Ukulele. We are also very excited to tell you that 3/4P will be learning to play […]
Ordering Numbers This morning we went outside for our maths learning. We initially started with an active maths challenge liked to times tables before our ordering activity. We had lots of different challenges and we could only move onto the following challenge if we had correctly ordered the cones correctly.
This week the children in 6H are in charge of looking after the chickens. They are taking the responsibility really importantly and making sure they are fed and have their water topped up.
Today, 6B started our first P4C session of the school year, surrounding the story ‘A Huge Bag of Worries’. We posed the big question as a class of ‘What is worry?’ And tried to explain it. We then planned and started to make our own worry creatures; each personal to each and every one of […]
Before the Summer our Year 6 children wrote letters and completed Artwork to share information about themselves with their new teacher. They are now on display and looking fabulous. Well done Year 6, I think Mr Hanson and Mrs Buttree are really enjoying getting to know you all.
Our Year 6 are loving getting back to Guided Reading, sharing texts and exploring the immersive reading environment. The children are using different techniques to develop their understanding and fluency.
The children have started their artwork through experimenting with tone. They have used their pencil to develop different shades.