Our children had a great lunchtime with Mrs Elliott showing their creative side, the children enjoy team building and mindfulness ready for their afternoon learning.
Thank you Rotherham Music and the team for giving us the opportunity to perform today in front of our parents and the community. We are so proud of all of our children from Willowtree. We hope you enjoy watching,
Today we are performing Carols at Rotherham Minster organised by Rotherham Music Service. We are so excited to share our beautiful singing with our parents.
He’s got the Whole world in his hands, Y6 using Makaton to perform their song for our Christingle Service.
We had a fabulous time yesterday at our Christingle Service in St Mary’s Church. Thank you so much to our Vicar Lyn Wortley and Reverend Diane and Neil for allowing us to hold our Service at the Church thank you for welcoming us and sharing the story of the Christmas Cracker. All the staff and […]
It was so wonderful to see so many Rockingham children and parents this evening at the lights switch on. It brought really community spirit and brought everyone together. Thank you to Rob Elliott for inviting us. Lacey and Ally you did a fabulous job. Thank you. Miss Darby and I had a great time. […]
Today we had our Christmas Fayre which was a huge success, we had sold out within an hour. I think next year we could make double the amount. It was wonderful to see and the children had such huge smiles on their faces. A huge thank you to all the staff and children for creating […]
Just a reminder about Greasbrough Christmas Tree Lights Switch on. There will be Carol Singing and a Christmas Market in the Crown Pub car park from 4pm. The lights will be switched on at 6:45pm by a child from Rockingham and Greasbrough, We hope to see you all there.
All our children and staff are using the Kindness calendar to share acts of kindness and share goodwill.
We were so excited to have Ann Foxley Johnson back in school today to teach our KS1 children about their feelings and emotions and encourage the children to speak up. The children had a fabulous session and really enjoyed working as a team. Our KS2 children in the afternoon were discussing respect, what that means, […]
I must be the luckiest Head of School on the planet. Our amazing children have created some beautiful artwork all based on the theme of Christmas Carols for our hall, the Carols that you can see will be the ones we will sing at Rockingham around the Christmas tree. We hope to see lots of […]
The official Greasbrough Tree Light switch on takes place on Tuesday 3rd December 2019. The tree is located on land off Coach Road (where the Public Hall used to be). Festivities start at 6.45pm, and Children from Greasbrough & Rockingham School have been selected to officially turn on the Lights. Please pop along to this […]
Today we did a workshop all about respect. We considered how to be respectful to each other and the impact of this.
Here are our Year 3 children dancing to Change by Andy Odd Socks, they really enjoyed Anti Bullying week and learning all about diversity and acceptance.
What an incredible day, Children in Need has got off to a flying start. All of our pupils and staff have fully immersed themselves in today and have come to school in their Pudsey outfits and Pyjamas. Children have enjoyed decorating their own biscuits and in some cases even their toast. Thank you all for […]
During the week, 5/6H have had lots of lovely discussions about how to make friends and how we can be respectful to people. We then took photos of our friends.
Today we received our Anti Bullying Gold award, we took children from years 3 to 5 to explain what we do at Rockingham. The children were incredible and really enjoyed the morning. A huge thank you to Ann for all the support you give to us we are so lucky. #ChangeStartsWithUs, #AntiBullyingWeek.
Our children were so excited to read their letters and share them with each other. We have started to respond and are looking forward to our continued communication. I think we should organise a Skype call.
Today was a huge success at Rockingham taking part in Odd Socks Day, sharing how diverse we all are. This linked extremely well with our Anti Bullying learning and we loved flashing our socks on the playground. Mrs Baum stole the day with her Toy Story Socks!
This morning we had a beautiful Remembrance Service led by Mrs Tunks, we had some of our Year 5/6 children share some poems and had a two minutes silence. Well done everyone for your respect, empathy and knowledge of what today is all about. Our Year 3 children in Mrs Marlow’s class had their two […]
On Friday the 15th of November Rockingham is supporting Children in Need. We would like our children to come dressed in their Pyjamas and bring in a £1 donation, all funds raised will go to Children in Need. We will also be selling cookies for 50p. We hope to see you all on Friday ready […]
Next week is Anti Bullying and we have some wonderful activities planned for your children, please remember Odd Socks day on Tuesday the 12th of November. Wear your odd shocks with pride to celebrate diversity and share your support. @andyoddsocks Andy has a new song this year, please listen carefully to the lyrics and support Anti […]
A huge thank you to Mrs Bates for taking the beautiful photographs during our second Harvest celebration this morning, we can’t thank you enough for capturing this special occasion. Thank you to all the staff and children for all the hard work that has gone into this celebration especially Mrs Waller who pulled everything together […]
Here are some photographs for you to explore as a family, this is a sign of our ever changing world. How do you communicate as a family or with friends. Lets get the discussion started.
Special mentions assembly was fabulous on Friday, we celebrated children who had achieved certificates in sport, looked at some beautiful learning outcomes and presented our children with Heads of house and prefect jobs. During the assembly some of our children bought and presented prizes to children who had bought raffle tickets in aid of Macmillan. […]
Today was a very wet and rainy day, we decided to start a board games club in the hall with lots of old fashioned games. Children have taught each other how to play chess, drafts, beetle drive and snakes and ladders. The children had a wonderful time working in mixed classes and mixed year groups. […]
Over the past two weeks we have been talking to the children about their future aspirations and what they would like to do in the future. They have created some beautiful learning to share with you. We have a range of things from a fairy, princess to a surgeon.
Today the children read out their school council manifestos and the children voted for their favourite. We talked about democracy being one of the British values and what that meant.