Thank you to all our parents and children who have donated to our Harvest Celebrations we have donated to Rotherham Food Bank and The Chislett Center at Kimberworth Park, thank you once again for all your support this term.
Here are today’s special mentions, we have had a wonderful half term celebrating everyone’s achievements and proud moments. Our children have shown so much resilience and determination towards their learning. Well done everyone.
A huge thank you to Mr and Mrs Elliott for looking after our chickens this half term. We hope they have a wonderful holiday.
Good Afternoon Everyone. Here is our final Newsletter of this half term with all the wonderful things that we have been doing over the last fortnight. There are also reminders about the upcoming visits next half term and some things your children can get involved in so we hope you enjoy reading what we have […]
Well done to Y3/4P children for producing a wonderful piece of art based on the famous artists Lubaina Himid.
Today our children shared their wonderful Jingles which they have created and shared. Based on regeneration of the local area and what high street shopping may look like in the future. The children have been collaborating over the last two terms and are really enjoying making connections. We can’t wait for our next meeting.
1s Showcasing their harvest celebration, we hope you enjoy watching it.
A huge thank you to our parents, children, staff and Morrison’s for your kind donations towards our Harvest Celebrations. We are really grateful for your kind generosity and can’t wait to give something back to the community.
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 […]
A huge thank you to Reverend Lyn Wortley from St Mary’s Church for supporting our children with Remembrance. Our Year 6 children fully enjoyed their zoom call this morning in preparation for the service. We are so excited to be involved.
In 6B the children have been creating their very own scarecrows. Watch this space to find out about the role they will play in Harvest this year!
In Y6B the children have been immersed in The War Horse, week by week the environment has developed and children have become emotionally hooked and used the space to experience what it would have been like to experience the war. Their literacy and Artwork has been so powerful and reflected their understanding of the text,
Today, Y6 took part in a Zoom meeting with the Library service. We had a WW1 story ‘Where the Poppies Grow’ read to us followed by a series of letters from a local man ‘Albert Fretwell’ who wrote letters home to his mother from the trenches in WW1. Children were able to reflect on these […]
Today our Year 6 children really enjoyed their Dark Nights Assembly from @SYFR explaining how to keep safe at this time of year and look out for each other. A fabulous assembly which will be shared across school.
Mrs Buttree shared a wonderful assembly with us all today all about the 70s looking at the Music Industry, Fashion, Toys and Famous Events. It took us right back in time to a wonderful decade of disco, rock and soul.
The children have really enjoyed their visit to Crucial Crew the children have learnt so much from a variety of providers such as First Bus, Magistrates in the Community, St John Ambulance, South Yorkshire Safer Roads Partnership and South Yorkshire Police and South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue. The children have explored how to stay safe […]
Emily and her mum have loved completing the Family Learning project together, please see what they have been up to below – Our book was Charlie’s superhero underpants. Task 1 = we read the book together and then discussed it and completed our task sheet Task 2 we created a story sack together Task 3 […]
Here is this months edition of the Wingfield Ward News, please take the time to read and see what is happening in the local area. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKRMBC/bulletins/2a474b7
Our Year 6s had a very emotional day exploring Eden Camp. The children are learning all about the sights, sounds and smells of WWII. Mrs Buttree held a reflection in the chapel and it was clear the children really understood what people went through during this time in History and how it changed lives forever.
Good Morning Everyone, here is our fortnightly newsletter we hope you enjoy reading what we have been up to over the last two weeks and that you take a note of the reminders for school visits and events up to half term. A huge staff shout out to Mrs Slack for raising a whopping £260 […]
Our first visit of the year is to Eden Camp, our Year 6 children are off to visit the most exciting place to explore the sights, sounds and smells of World War II. The children will be able to make connections to their learning in school.
Today, we have started to think about our contributions towards Remembrance Day. Y6s are exploring different art media to represent the poppy. We have started to use sketching and clay. We also plan to use ink and textiles in the next few weeks too.
Today Mr Hanson explored the 60s and shared a range of his Favorite songs, the children and staff are really enjoying our Music Appreciation sessions. We hope you enjoy sharing the songs with your family. Music of the 1960s
It was so wonderful to have our Governor Mr Clark join our special mentions this week to enjoy listening to all the learning Experiences our children have had this week. He enjoyed it so much I think he wants to tune in every week. He said it is so wonderful to see the children enjoying […]
Here are our Y1/2 Children exploring Mindfulness.
Here are Lewis and Chloe demonstrating what it means to have a Healthy Body and Healthy Mind. We’ve had a fabulous week so far. Thank you to all our parents for sharing their photographs.
Fabulous Drama and reenactment by 3/4P telling the story of Robin Hood.
Our children in REY have a real love of reading and that is evident from speaking to the children, we hope our parents enjoy our new drop in room. You can share a story and use all the resources to act out and become the characters. Please encourage your child to share a story sack.
Good Morning Everyone, here is this weeks Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading about all the wonderful things that have been happening at our school over the last two weeks. The home learning and support from parents has been phenomenal. Thank you again. News Letter Week 4 September