Well done to our REY and Foundation One children for creating your Video of smiles for our NHS workers, we have received lots of thanks and can’t wait to have this video played to the public, community and within Hospitals, Doctors and Care homes, Hi Mrs McDermott, What a wonderful collage of thanks. I know […]
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’s video from Mrs Fearnley is just wonderful, it really shows us how we can make people happy. Even at difficult times like this. Today has been Maisie’s birthday in 5/6H and we all wished her well today, including Mrs Elliott who sent a video of her singing. Have a look carefully at Mrs Fearnley’s […]
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 […]
Good Morning. I saw this request from a care home in Mexborough over the weekend and wondered if any of our children would like to help brighten up someone’s day. See the message below. ‘I work in a local residential home in Mexborough. We are currently on lock down due to the situation on going. […]
Good Morning Everyone, I hope you all had a wonderful nights sleep, I am a 5 today, the weather looks brighter today and I can hear the birds singing. Here is Mrs Fearnley’s, Day 6 Message, a wonderful video about keeping safe. I hope you all have a wonderful day everyone, Mrs Greenwood.
Good Morning everyone, I hope you have had a lovely weekend, enjoying quality time as a family. Remember that learning comes in so many forms and during this time we are all learning about each other and finding out more than ever, that we are one community who is there to support one another. We […]
I hope that you are all well. To help further support vulnerable people across the borough, we have established the Rotherham Community Hub with Voluntary Action Rotherham and the Rotherham Together Partnership to coordinate the Rotherham Heroes Volunteer Programme. Today, we are calling out for individuals, organisations, clubs and businesses who want to volunteer. The […]
Our Year 6s are organised and ready to embark on a new challenge of online learning, communicating through google hangouts, class dojo and online platforms. We have ensured children have resources and equipment to support this. A new challenge where we are showing resilience, care and empathy; supporting and caring for each other and the […]
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.
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 […]
Our Y3 children have been down to Fenton Road today with our parents and Councillor Elliott to plant trees and improve our community and environment. The children have really been thinking about creating a vision for a better world, having resilience and working with others in our community to enable them to build positive relationships. […]
Today we partnered up with Eskdale School in Whitby to talk about our NEMESIS projects and how we run our enterprise projects in school. The children at Eskdale interviewed our children and shared some the experiences and knowledge they have about developing a business or strategy to support the school, environment and local community. We […]
Our Year 3 children at Greasbrough and Rockingham have been working with parents, children and Craig McCrindle who is supporting the schools in planting trees in our local area. Trees will be planted along Ferham Road and our children will be involved in making this happen. We are now looking at how we can plant […]
Here is a list of opportunities your children can get involved in out of school, thank you so much to all the parents who responded . If you have any more ideas or suggestions that can support our young people’s talents we would really appreciate it.
Today we held our next meeting regarding the LEAF Centre we had support from all our community members, children, staff and parents to move our project forward. Today we have used our shared knowledge to formulate a plan to gather funding and support in order to finalise our plans. The children are creating leaflets, radio […]
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 […]