A huge thank you to all of our parents, staff and children, over the last two weeks you have shown commitment, enthusiasm and a really sense of team spirit. I am so proud of you all collectively working together to ensure our children have the best possible experiences and being able to reach their full […]
Today we used a range of kitchen ingredients to make a lava lamp. We looked at the science and how the different components react when they are together. Why don’t you try this at home?
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.
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 –
Here is our thank you video to all the key workers out there who are looking after everyone in our community and wider world. We wanted to say a huge thank you and stay safe. We would like our video to be played in doctors surgeries, care homes and hospitals. Please contact us as we […]
The CLC have created a range of resources and instruction sheets to support family learning at home. Creative Ideas for family Learning at Home. These are generally fun learning activities that children and adults can have a go at within their home environment. We have also set a 100 Activity Challenge. Our aim to keep families occupied […]
Our F1 children had a lego challenge, can you see how creative they have been. Well done everyone we are so proud of you!
Please share your science learning with Mr Hanson, can you complete the challenge?
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.
We would like to say a huge thank you to Councillor Elliott for supporting all of our Community projects and giving us the opportunity to plant trees in our local area. Over the last three years he has supported us in so many ways. We can’t wait to continue our partnership. Thank you for making […]
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This week we have been learning how to make catapults. We have been so resilient and can not wait to test them out! We are going to test which design is the best and record our results in a table.
For our science week investigation we went on a hunt around school for the best place to find mini-beasts . We learned lots about habitats.
During science week we have designed and made catapults ready to complete an investigation tomorrow. The children had so much fun.
Here are some pictures of the children’s science home learning. Well done!
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.
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.
What a wonderful end to a busy week, we said goodbye to Greasbrough who are returning back to their school on Monday. We have really enjoyed having them and wish them lots of luck back at school. We have celebrated Maths passports, Hot Reads and children who deserved a special mentions including Ben, Noah, Maisie, […]
Today Eila shared advice and support with our Year 3 children about the dangers of TikTok, She discussed the dangers and advised the children not to use the app which has been designed for teenagers. I’m really proud of how you approached this and shared your thinking.