It was so lovely having our children and parents share in our special mentions assembly today. Thank you to all our teachers who are working so hard and sharing the beautiful learning our children are creating at home. Congratulations to all our winners today and good luck everyone for next week.
This weeks session the children were set the challenge to draw faces, looking at where different features would go. The children drew what they thought a face looked like and the discovery was incredible. The children learnt lots of new schools and worked together. Here is some pictures from last week to show some of […]
I loved being involved in the Dough Disco live lesson with our Foundation 1 children. We used lots of ways to shake our hands and get them ready before using the Dough. We really hope you loved what the children made. Thank you Mrs McDermott.
Today we practiced moving to music at different speeds. We used different actions for the different types of notes. We continue to learn the names of the notes and use them to tap out a beat. Our new skills allow us to read and tap along to musical notation. We used tambourines, pens and our […]
Since March 2020 we have been finding new ways to capture our learning, especially during this difficult time we find ourselves in. Together we continue to learn, grow and support our Mental Health and Wellbeing. We wanted to celebrate our children’s learning through the lockdown periods we have experienced together. We are so proud of […]
We used a video that has been going viral as inspiration for our Ball Skills lesson in PE today. We used one handed and two handed bounces to keep close control of ball movement. Using the music to keep time, we rolled the ball around our bodies and practiced throwing and catching skills towards the […]
Today @RotherhamMusic delivered our Winter-themed music lesson online. After warming up, we learned about our diaphragm and how to use our posture for singing. We tapped to the beats in a song, then moved to the beats. We can use musical notation to represent the different movements we did e.g. walk, stride, jogging and slow. […]
Our children in Key Stage 2 loved their Art workshop with Miss Tyzack. The children enjoyed learning how to copy a image.
What a great start to the year 6 home learning. So many children on the live lessons and some high quality outcomes. Here are some of the lovely sketches of shells we have created for our art learning.
We were lucky to be able to keep our music lessons while home learning. We started with repeating chants, using different voices. Can you tell which is the sad chant and which is excited? We began to learn a new song with actions We finished with some rhythm work We just had time to share […]
Thank you so much to Mrs Thompson Smith for a wonderful music lesson with our Year 3 children today. They loved it, smiles all around.
The children used a range of media to make their calendars. Here are some of the children with their rainbow calendars.
Y6B have loved making their enterprise gifts we hope you loved them too.
We have been working alongside Reverend Lyn Wortley at St Mary’s Church to create a Nativity Scene at the church. Our Year 6 children have loved painting pebbles which will be based at the Church around the Crib. Thank you for always thinking of us.
This morning we showcased our X factor production we had over 50 children audition this year. We are so proud of all of our children who are confident enough to give things a go and sing in front of a live audience. You are all winners in our eyes. Here is the X Factor performances […]
This week we had our final session with Mrs Robins. Thank you for teaching us new skills, we have enjoyed completing our final piece of learning.
Thank you so much to Revered Lyn Wortley for supporting us with out Christingle Service this year we can’t wait to see the Church Service and share this with our families. The children performed beautifully and worked so hard to share their learning.
Y6B have loved making Yule Logs for parents this week. Being creative with Holly, acorns and a glue gun. We hope our parents love them as much as we do.
Today we celebrated all our achievements and winners of the golden shield today. the children had some excellent learning to show and we are so proud of what they have achieved. I think they love their festive hats.
Our hall has been transformed through the arts and science to showcase how seasons change and the children’s love of the changes and differences between them.
I just wanted to say how proud I am of all the children and staff in our school who have created some fabulous displays in our hall this year. The there has been seasons linked to science and the arts. The Teachers set to work last to transform our hall. We hope you love our […]
The children in Y3M have explored the Christingle and explained what all the parts represent. A Christingle is a symbolic object used in the Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany services of many Christian denominations. Christingle, from a word of German origin, Christkindl, meaning ‘Little Christ Child’, is used to celebrate Jesus Christ as the “Light of the World”.Some beautiful […]
We are really looking forward to continuing our art projects next week!
Y4/5D have started making their Santa cups for the Christmas Fair. They really liked creating their design and making their final product.
Y6H are enjoying making their Christmas Fair Enterprise projects. They would love fabulous on your tree at home. Well done everyone they are looking great.
This week we have started our group activities in art. We are practising many skills such as printing, zentangle patterns, sewing and weaving.