This week we have transformed our hall to celebrate all the wonderful learning the children have produced linked to our P4C text ‘ A big bag of worries’ The Children have really developed their emotional literacy skills through discussing their feelings.
Children in Foundation Two have enjoyed reading the P4C text ‘A huge bag of worries’ by Virginia Ironside. We have talked about different emotions and identified times when we experience different feelings. We have discussed sharing our worries with friends and family and thought about how we could help others.
In 1/2P the children enjoyed sharing the story A Huge Bag of Worries. Together they discussed their ideas and generated questions for discussion.
Last week, we looked at the ‘Huge Bag of Worries’ story. We talked about how we can control our worries and how we can help each other.
In Y4/5D we have been practicing different yoga positions. We have been trying to stay focused and calm.
Can you support Rotherham Hospice with their Glow from Home Fundraising Event in place of the Midnight Memory Walk? Will you Glow from Home for Rotherham Hospice? Our usual Glow with the Flow is looking a little different this year but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get your GLOW on! Covid-19 has had a […]
We have been looking at the book ‘A huge bag of worries’. We discussed what a worry was and how they make us feel. We decided on some things that we could do to help us feel better when we have a worry.
Today Mr Purshouse and his children took part in Circuit training, the children were active throughout and learning a range of new skills. Today Mrs Smith has received our staff star of the week for her commitment to Physical Education and supporting our children along the way. She was modelling to the children how to […]
Family Learning is back with a bang! Calling all parents to take part and share pictures to enable us to collect free books for schools. Information from @Rotherhamcreat2 our wonderful Rotherham Creative Learning Community I wanted to inform you that our Family Learning will continue this year as a home learning opportunity. Engaging with parents […]
Today, 6B started our first P4C session of the school year, surrounding the story ‘A Huge Bag of Worries’. We posed the big question as a class of ‘What is worry?’ And tried to explain it. We then planned and started to make our own worry creatures; each personal to each and every one of […]
Today we received conformation of our Distinction Award for our commitment to Sports Provision during what has been a challenging Year. Through our Daily Sporting challenges, Dancing with Mr Hanson and our Virtual Sports Day with Mr Purshouse and Miss Tyzack. Congratulations everyone. Congratulations you have been awarded the DISTINCTION level! Well done to you, […]
Exciting News – Free Breakfast for all of our Pupils from REY to Year 6, National School Breakfast Programme Covid response – Our school has signed up to receive free healthy breakfast food as part of the Covid response offer, under the National School Breakfast Programme (NSBP), which is being delivered by the charities Family […]
We are so excited to welcome our children back tomorrow, here is a welcome back from Mrs Fearnley. Not long now, one more sleep…
Yesterday our new arrivals have arrived in school, we hope you can’t wait to meet them too. We have four new Pekin Chicken’s arrived safely and are enjoying their new home. We hope you can start to think of some suggestions for their names as we really want you to decide.
Here is the latest Newsletter from with me in mind which links directly to transition, WMIM Parent’s Newsletter Issue 3
This afternoon our children were using the front cover of the text ‘Wonder’ to create our own artwork using own own beliefs. They were selecting colours that reflected themselves.
NEWS: A new support centre for school children is hoping to cut the number of exclusions across Rotherham The LEAF Centre will be built at Rockingham Junior and Infant School after the Willow Tree Academy secured two thirds of the funding needed – with the children fundraising to make up the rest You can hear […]
For PSHE, Y3/4P looked at a poem written by Benjamin Zephaniah. We discussed the meaning of the poem on our Google Classroom and we related it to the current problems we have been seeing in the news. The children wrote an alternative paragraph of their own. Well done everyone.
Here is this months Newsletter from With Me in Mind, With Me in Mind Parents newsletter June As part of the Newsletter for parents here is an anxiety video to support our children.
Here is our Special Addition of News Round this week which focuses on our very first Virtual Sports Day, we hope you enjoy watching and a huge thank you to every family that got involved. This includes all our staff too. What an amazing day had by all!
Our F1 children are exploring their feelings through our daily scaling tool, this week they are looking at what the number 5 means to them!
Mrs Elliott and her nurture group continue their weekly session with a game of bingo, the children had a great time seeing each other and enjoyed scaling themselves. Well done Everyone!
Happy Half term to all our fabulous staff, parents and children we hope you stay rested, stay safe and enjoy spending time outdoors. Here is this weeks News Round we hope you enjoy.
Here is our F1 Video all about Kindness, it is beautiful and shows their wonderful smiling faces. Well done everyone some fabulous learning linked to Mental Health Week!
Without pieces of kindness the whole picture cannot be seen.