Rubbish adventure the children looked at how they organise rubbish. We looked at how the machines work through practical activities. IsJ
Today we have been very fortunate to have Safe at Last in school today to teach the children about homelessness and what it means to be homeless. The children have learnt so much about how and why some people become homeless and now they might feel. They have then moved onto looking at what they […]
What a wonderful afternoon. Rockingham children really can spell some tricky words. What a battle at Y2. Outstanding spelling! We had to access Y3 words to find a winner. Well done to all finalists but our winners are: Sebi Y1, Siena Y2, Lily Y3, Kayleigh Y4, Georgia Y5 and Oliver Y6
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.
Y3/4P have started their NEMESIS project, raising money for the homeless. They are looking to develop a sustainable project where they can continue to support others. They will be working with Safe Haven, The Light House project and Shiloh to develop a strategy of support. I know Mr Purshouse is keen to invite parents to […]
This morning we were given the lovely opportunity of hosting a Christmas Craft Family Learning session this morning. Thank you to our parents who attended and to Trish Sharp and the CLC for providing this amazing opportunity, we have loved it.
Today during P4C, Y3/4P discussed hard work and achieving our goals. We discussed about what we need to show to succeed and how we can overcome our barriers. We related our discussion to Pips Adventure.The question the children wanted to ask Pip was ‘How did he feel when he helped the old woman?’.
Today we did a workshop all about respect. We considered how to be respectful to each other and the impact of this.
Y3/4P have given and follwed oral instructions on how to make sandwiches. The children work well in groups and used time conjunctions and adverbs really well.
Today in literacy we have started our research on Clive King, the author of Stig of the Dump. Children worked really well in groups and found some interesting information for their Non-Chronological report.
Great effort this morning. Great to see children out exploring and finding their pebbles. Well done.
Y3/4P have been brilliant over the last 3 weeks and have tried really hard on their narrative. These children have produce a wonderful piece of writing and deserve a special mention for their hard work and resilience.
In Mr Pursehouse’s class this term the children are learning all about recycling and they have been collecting plastic bottles to make sculptures. They have also been using a range of materials to make a collage. Well done everyone.
Y3/4P taking on the Wacky Wellie Challenge!! Well done everyone.
Today in Numeracy, the children did some multiplication learning in a carousel structure. Children completed some timestable rockstars, rehearse multiplcations, worded problems, column method and multiplication top trumps.
Tyler and Aiden leaving messages for their friends about active travel. Well done boys! Looking forward to seeing Teamwork Tuesday.
Y3/4P started to learn how to play Abba- Mamma Mia today on the trumpets. Children were real Super Troupers today and are progressing nicely with their instruments. Thank you for the music Mr Ward and I can see the Money Money Money with our future musicians.
Today our families returned to make a collage all about recycling and how we can keep our environment safe. We looked at animals and plastic in the ocean and created some beautiful artwork that we can’t wait to display.
Y3/4P did some active numeracy today, completing an addition & subtraction circuit. We’ve been practicing our column method and the children enjoyed their collaborative learning outside.
Y3/4P had some lovely discussions this afternoon during our P4C session. We watched the video Veni, Vidi and Vici and discussed the journey of a young roman soldier. The children came up with some fantastic questions and they wanted to know – Why did the other soldiers bully the little soldier?
A wonderful family learning event on Friday with families from Y3/4P. We looked at how to recycle and created some lovely recyclable items.
Children were learning how to introduce each other in French today. We did a lot of speaking and listening activities, sang a few songs and produced a lovely piece of learning for our topic folders. Well done everyone.
Which class will win our class challenge this year and be the first to get their name on our new trophy? Today Y3M took on the challenge against Y3/4P to compete in a cross country competition ready for our first tournament. All the children worked really hard to build their stamina and show their fitness […]
Y3/4P had their first brass session with Mr.Wade. The children had a fantastic time learning about the different parts and the way you play a brass instrument.
This week we have being doing some drama in our literacy lessons to understand the main character in our class novel Stig. Children have been acting out scenes from the book and interviewing the character.
Calling all parents in Y3/4P to come and join our first Family Learning session of the year. The sessions will run on the 20th and 27th of September 9am – 11:15am, this links directly to their topic based on recycling, We hope to see you there.
This afternoon we looked at a story called ‘Almost Anything’. The children discussed the character George who was low on confidence to try new things. The class discussed the story wonderfully and came up with these brilliant questions.
Today we had a guest from Quorn to show us how to make meals using a meat substitute. We discussed what a healthy plate is and had a taste of the wonderful cooking.
This afternoon, we looked at different types rocks and how they are formed. We looked at how we can identify the difference between igneous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.
In literacy this week we have looked at non fiction features. Children categorized fiction and non fiction features and discussed which features are the most important using their opinion line. From that we created our own RUBRIC to use for our writing next week.