Any excuse for cake! 😉
A huge thank you to Mrs Foxley Johnson for our assembly this morning, our Year 1 children kept raising their hand to say that they are going to stop bullying everywhere and were fully behind you. Thank you for always supporting Rockingham we love you.
On Friday the children wore their pyjamas to school to celebrate children in need! They had so much fun and enjoyed decorating their own pudsey bears! Today the children have worn odd socks to kick start our friendship/anti-bullying week and they thought it was so funny wearing odd socks!
Y3M are really getting into the spirit today with Andy Oddsocks and Anti Bullying week. Here they are in action. Great work 3M
We hope you love our Odd Socks in Foundation 2. We have loved sharing our photographs with our teachers.
The children look fabulous in their Odd Socks today to launch Diversity, Difference and Friendship. What a fabulous start to the week.
We got involved in a whole-school project and made some 3D hand shapes today, using our clay modelling skills. We had to think about the thickness of our clay, keeping it flat and even. We worked with a partner to carefully draw around our hands. We used precision tools to cut around the shape we […]
We had our class visit on Wednesday, exploring a local interest site and investigating the local physical and man-made features in the land. Adults wore masks and we took our sanitisers along (in our coat pockets). We avoided touching any gates, etc. unnecessarily, to keep ourselves safe. We were lucky with the weather and had […]
Our Ks1 children and staff have done an excellent job of developing their outdoor space. Through their Nemesis project they have contacted a range of local community members to support with donations and the children have completed some incredible designs that were showcased in assembly. They were outside this afternoon enjoying a wonderful numeracy lesson […]
We have been reading the story Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson. We discussed the themes of friendships and thought of ways to help each other in class. The children practised applying their phonics to write labels and painted some wonderful pictures of the sea creatures from the story.
Thank you to Mrs Foxley-Johnson for delivering our Module 2a training today. The children focused on recognising feelings and how they can help solve conflict on the yard.
FS2 rose to the Active Travel challenge again this week. They took part in Road Safety I Spy, Go Green day, Joe Wick Wednesday, Be Bright Be Seen! and RJI’s I Spy.
Here are today’s special mentions, we have had a wonderful half term celebrating everyone’s achievements and proud moments. Our children have shown so much resilience and determination towards their learning. Well done everyone.
Huge congratulations to 6H on winning the attendance breakfast this term. So proud of everyone across school, it has been a challenging term and you have all shown great resilience in getting to school. Thank you and well done 6H.
How do you stay visible on your way to school?
During session our children took part in the active travel by completing a 5 minute Joe Wick’s workout! The children loved this copying all the actions and exercises and the children were full of energy afterwards! Also Emily wore something bright on her way to school this morning!
Lily-Rose got active before school today. Do you like to work out with Joe Wicks too?
Amelia wore a scarf for #stayactivestaysafe How did you go green?
A huge thank you to our parents, children, staff and Morrison’s for your kind donations towards our Harvest Celebrations. We are really grateful for your kind generosity and can’t wait to give something back to the community.
Today we shared our Harvest Assembly live to our children in school and our children learning at home. What a fabulous first, children were all so excited to see each other and it was evident that all of our learners support each other. They were even discussing their home learning in the chat box. Thank […]
Our children loved wearing green for the #10datc challenge!
Emily has enjoyed the road safety I-spy and she also made her own pebble of encouragement! We love Emily’s Green accessories!
Well done to our Y5 RP reps who have completed their Module 1. After half term, we will continue to train our RP Reps and move on to Module 2.
Well done Y3/4P for going green.
Well done everyone for completing the challenge today despite being in isolation.
We are superheroes on our way to school in REY!