Here are some more support videos for parents and children on how we teach children to multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000. Good luck everyone and we hope you find these useful.
This week we have seen some fabulous learning in 5/6H. We have also had entries to the photo competition and lots of people learning how to cook. I am so pleased to see lots of new skills taking place. Keep it up!
Last week, some very lucky year 5 mathematicians got to go to Crowden to do different activities which linked to problem solving in maths. I was amazed at the reasoning and problem solving skills of our children. Everyone was really brave doing the crate stacking and zip wiring. It was also great to see the […]
Thank you so much Mr Purshouse for sharing this amazing video by Alfie and George making their own pancakes, I hope we get more videos to follow. Thank you Mrs Evans for sharing. Well done boys, I am really proud of you. Lets make pancakes –
Today we wrote our spellings in chalk on the playground, we used different sized lettering and styles. It was a beautiful day and a great way to learn our spellings. Why not give it a try.
Here are some numeracy support materials from Mr Hanson, we hope you enjoy watching and you find them useful for supporting your learners at home. Addition and Subtraction Multiplication and Division
Our Year 6 Children have worked in teams to solve mathematical equations involving multiplication and division. What a challenging workout for everyone.
Mr Purshouse’s children have been investigating Minibeasts this week and exploring the school grounds. They have been creating their own fictional minibeasts in literacy this week, well done everyone,
Today at Rockingham we challenged the children to come to school dressed as a science related job, I loved exploring school to find out what different jobs I could find. I was so impressed with all the children in school. Two really stood out today in our Foundation 1, Mrs Hinch and DNA can you […]
What an incredible morning we have had in Y5/6. Today I have been a suspect in a crime, stealing vegetables from 6B. I have had my shoes checked, finger prints, handwriting and had my measurements taken. Our children were incredible in solving the crime and gathering evidence. Look carefully at the evidence they gathered and […]
Huge thank you to everyone involved for helping us with our NEMESIS project. @treesforcities @RMBCpress The children planted Willow Trees all along the front of the row. We are hoping to get a plague which shows that Willowtree academy pupils have planted the trees.
Year three have had a wonderful morning planting trees on Fenton road.
Our Y3 children have been down to Fenton Road today with our parents and Councillor Elliott to plant trees and improve our community and environment. The children have really been thinking about creating a vision for a better world, having resilience and working with others in our community to enable them to build positive relationships. […]
For dance in PE, we have started looking at dancing from World War Two. The first steps we had a go at was the Charleston. Even Mr Hanson showed off his fancy footwork!
As part of our learning on procedural writing for air raids, the children did a talk for write for how to survive in an air raid at home.
The children in 3/4P are learning how to tell the time with a focus on the 24 hour clock. They are using our hall space to practically create a clock face, the children really enjoyed developing their skills.
Today Wingfield Academy came into school to deliver science assemblies to our different key stages, the children were so excited to discover the types of investigations you can do. Thank you so much for supporting us during science week you really have inspired our children. https://twitter.com/wingfieldsci?lang=en
Y3/4P made a model to show the 4 layers of the earth this week.
Y3M have been developing their skills as an artist using pastel to create different tones.
What a fabulous day celebrating the wonder of our vocabulary. Some amazing outfits on show all day in class. It was lovely sharing stories in our costumes!
Today the Teachers decorated tables in the theme of characters from a range of books, can you guess which characters they are? A range of children were invited to come and have lunch at the table and share a story. Which is your favourite?
Today our Teachers all changed classrooms to read with some different children. It was wonderful to see Miss Stubbs in Year 6 and Mr Hanson in Foundation. I was really lucky as I was able to go and share the Hungry Caterpillar in REY. Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm our children had a wonderful […]
Today the children were observing the frogs in their natural environment. The children were looking at the frog spawn and the life cycle of a frog, discussion adaptation. They then continued to work on the raised beds and hand their bird feeders.
Our oldest children were training our Year 1 children in the skills needed for Sports Hall Athletics. The children were exceptional and showed some incredible talent in a variety of activities. Our Year 6 children recorded their data and analysed their scores. Well done everyone.
Today, Y4/5D and Y5P have had lots of fun learning about film and animation at Bradford Media Museum. We looked at lots of examples of early animations and photography. We also looked at gaming devices over time and leant about how animation is used to create games.
After a fabulous three days at Ilam Hall our year 4 children have been reunited with their families. It was lovely watch to the excitement and hugs given. Thank you to everyone who has followed our residential blog and for supporting the staff. Here are a few of our favourite pictures.
Today we are so proud of Y3M with their coordination and control whilst playing their ukulele. The children were focussed, resilient and showed great concentration skills. I can’t wait to see how you progress.
Our Year 3 children at Greasbrough and Rockingham have been working with parents, children and Craig McCrindle who is supporting the schools in planting trees in our local area. Trees will be planted along Ferham Road and our children will be involved in making this happen. We are now looking at how we can plant […]
Tonight the children have really enjoyed making chicken fajitas, they smelt incredible as you walked through school. The children said they were delicious.
Today Enterprise club are ready for action tomorrow for pancake day. We hope you all enjoy our delicious pancakes tomorrow. We have many toppings to choose from.