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 […]
A huge thank you to Rotherham Hospice and Alyce Clark for coming into school to present the children with a cheque showing the money they have raised during the Santa Dash. They even brought Rosie Bear. Thank you so much and we look forward to working with you again soon.
Ella shared with us today how her parents have supported the 4Ocean project by buying bracelets made from plastic recovered from the sea. This has raised awareness in 6B of a potential charity that we can support in our NEMESIS project about reducing plastic in the ocean.
Today we had our first Co-Design meeting with our LEAF centre representatives across Willowtree. Two children from each school have been selected as advocates for drive the project forward. We have looked at the project designs, visited the house and discussed our fund raising opportunities. Over the next couple of months the children will be […]
Here are our Christmas wishes from Y5/6H, please have the tissues ready. They have really thought long and hard about the changes they want to make. What changes would you like to see? What are your Christmas wishes? Well done 5/6H.
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 […]
A huge thank you to everyone for taking part in the Santa Dash we had a fabulous morning, we had lots of parents joining in and raising money for Rotherham Hospice. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. We will keep you updated on how much you all raised together. We hope […]
Our children in Y4/5 have been reading their letters from our Spanish partner school, thank you so much we can’t wait to respond.
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.
This morning we have had Mr Williams, Mrs Whitworth and some children from Roughwood visiting at break time to look at setting up their own internet Cafe. It was lovely watching the collaboration between the children, sharing ideas and questioning to find out more. We can’t wait to return the visit on the first day […]
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 […]
Well done everyone who got involved with the challenge today. Keep going till Friday.
Great effort this morning. Great to see children out exploring and finding their pebbles. Well done.
Great to see so many children in Y3/4P participate in the travel challenge today! Well done.
Well done girls for completing todays challenge.
Children from 1/2W, 6B and 5/6H showing off their wacky wellies! Well done children.
Y3/4P taking on the Wacky Wellie Challenge!! Well done everyone.
1S and 6B completing Monday and Tuesday’s challenge. Well done everyone.
Teamwork Tuesday was today’s active travel challenge. The children and their families travelling to school in groups. Well done everyone for participating.
Lilly had a lovely message for everybody completing the Active Challenge today. Tomorrow is Teamwork Tuesday, come in your groups and take lots of photo’s to receive your sticker and special 5!
Enterprise club have had a wonderful first meeting discussing their internet cafe project. They have looked at different items that we can sell that are popular and cost effective. The children have also looked at profit, loss and expenditure to allow them to develop real life skills. We have had a group working on advertising […]
Today we held our Macmillan coffee morning in aid of the wonderful charity supporting families who are suffering with cancer. Please explore the website to see the reasons why we raise money and hold this wonderful event annually – https://coffee.macmillan.org.uk/about/why/ Thank you to all the parents, children and staff who donated cakes, muffins and to our […]
A huge thank you to John Capper at Oakworth homes for allowing myself and Mrs Fearnley to come and look around your business and explore the possibility of working together on building our Nurture Base on the site of our old caretakers house (Project 525). We are so excited to finally get this project underway […]
I would like to say a huge thank you to Jim Staveley for all his hard work this weekend on renovating the pond area, the children and staff are so lucky to have you. It now looks incredible and is a user friendly space for children. This is now the perfect opportunity for learning to […]
Here we are celebrating our new crossing that allows all Wingfield children and families to cross the road safely. Thank you to our Wingfield Ward Councillors for allowing our children to be part of the iconic Beatles Album cover. We can’t wait to see the photograph in the Advertiser! We look working alongside our Community […]
This week the children in 5/6H discussed how are world and school could be better. Everyone has an opinion during class discussions and then we put our ideas into speech bubbles for us to remember throughout the year ahead. There were two key messages from our discussions: Our world would be better if there was […]
We are finally able to share our community safety video with you that was created to discuss some of the challenges that our young people face when in the local area. We hope to raise awareness of how a persons actions, body language can make another person feel. We hope to develop empathy within our […]
Please watch our NEMESIS Video on how we plan to support the Mental Health of Families in our local Community through the LEAF Centre – The LEAF Centre
So proud of Rockingham children today, from Year 4 to Year 6 working alongside each other to share with our European partners what we have been doing during our NEMESIS projects. The children were very articulate and confidently able to present to a range of adults new learning. Well done!