Shireoaks Marina

The children had a fun packed day at Shireoaks Marina. They went pond dipping and learnt about a wide range of plants, insects and amphibians. Next they visited the Dawn Rose, a replica of a cuckoo boat and found out about how it was made. After break, the children learnt how to open and close the […]

Quorn cooking

Today we had a guest from Quorn to show us how to make meals using a meat substitute. We discussed what a healthy plate is and had a taste of the wonderful cooking. Please follow and like us:

Seaside Experience

Our children had the exciting opportunity to be involved in a seaside dinner day which came from Mrs Parry our Cook. The children and staff really enjoyed eating their lunch and are looking at more ways to explore new cuisines. Please follow and like us:

Picture This!

All children in school are creating art work for the Picture This Exhibition! The Exhibition will once again be a central part of the Rotherham Children’s Festival which is taking place at Magna.  We are delighted to let you know that the Exhibition will remain open, in the Red Hall at Magna from Wednesday 26th June […]

Presentation at its best!

Martin Harvey – Handwriting All staff across Rockingham have been working alongside Martin Harvey a consultant for Handwriting and Art to develop the children’s pride and love of writing. We have an agreed policy and scheme that we would like to share with parents, this will enable you to support your child at home. We […]

NEMESIS CO-Creation Lab 5

Today we held our 5th Co-creation lab with our community partners, thank you so much to – Our local Councillors, Wingfield Academy Early Help RMBC Our PCSOs NEMESIS Partners We are working towards a shared vision and goal in achieving a new SEMH provision for our children and parents with the project 525. Here we […]

Ann Foxley Johnson – Diversity

This week is Diversity week at Rockingham, we have been incredibly lucky to have Ann Foxley Johnson in school teaching the children about what it is like to be different and exploring stereotypes. The children and staff came dressed in clothing to show their personality or to represent a hobby/interest or tell others who they […]


We took our learning outside to do some planting. We looked at what plants need to grow and used our investigation skills to plan an investigation. We chose to put our plants outside, in the cupboard, on the window sill and under a tree to see which one would grow the quickest. Which one do […]

Immersive Reading Environments

Today Mr Hanson and I went to explore the Immersive reading environments and read the class novels the children are exploring. Thank you to all the staff who are really developing a love of reading with their children. We couldn’t wait to get inside and share the story with the children. Well done everyone we […]

Our new planters!

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter with your families and enjoyed seeing our new planters on the playground and a place where parents can sit and wait for their children after school. The children are responsible for caring for the plants and watering them. We do need to make sure the children are […]

Willow Weaving

This lunchtime Mrs Tunks took the children out to the willow dome and taught them how to weave. They had a wonderful time in the sunshine and now have a new skill. We are calling for all parents and grandparents to support us in a family learning program which we would like to run on […]

NASA Visits Rockingham

Today our Year 5 children have had an introduction to their new topic on space. Dr Hanson and Professor Darby had an action packed day with a range of activities to get the children excited about their topic. I know the children are really excited about their new topic from the home learning that arrived […]

Reading Champions

This week we celebrated the achievements of our staff reading champions and our spring winners at Herringthrope Junior School. David Lawrence presented certificates and awards to the children who had made the most progress in reading this half term. We are so proud of all staff and children who work so hard on their reading. […]

Family Learning – Monster Mash

This morning we have had the most incredible, exciting family learning session. The KS1 children have been creating their own moving monsters using so many creative materials. Mrs Tunks and Mrs Greenwood had to choose only four winners, this was a difficult task. The designs and ideas that have been generated this morning with the […]

NEMESIS Co-Creation Lab 4

Developing collaboration methods between children and adults- Yesterday the children and adults worked together to interview each other about the project. They asked a series of questions to gain an insight into their thoughts and feelings about being involved in the NEMESIS project. Are you enjoying being involved in the NEMESIS project? Do you feel […]

Worsbrough Mill

As part of our topic we visited Worsbrough Mill to learn all about how flour is made. We had a fantastic day exploring the mill and the woodland areas. We talked about all of the different parts of the mill, saw lots of types of flour and we even saw a water wheel! We had […]

The Hub 2019 Newsletter

Here is the Wingfield Hub Newsletter 2019 with all the latest updates of what is happening in your local community. Please take the time to read and get involved in some of the exciting developments. Please click the link below – The Hub 2019 Newsletter Please follow and like us:

Aqua Festival

Huge congratulations on winning the Aqua Festival today, our first tournament in water. The children performed to a really high standard and it was lovely to have the opportunity for children who don’t necessarily enjoy sport but love to swim. Well done Everyone! Please follow and like us:

Big Pedal Leaderboard

This week we are involved in the Big Pedal 2019, we are looking for children and parents to get behind the project. We are encouraging people to be healthy and develop their fitness levels through arriving at school through walking, cycling or using a scooter. If parents get involved in this project we will also […]

Ratio and Proportion in 6B

Today the children have been creating a range of ratios using objects around the room, including the ratio of adults to children, the ratio of boys to girls etc. With this information the children used their learning to create pic-collages to present their findings. Please follow and like us:

Big Pedal

We are taking part in the ‘Big pedal’ with all children in school starting next week. We are recording how the children travel to school, if we can encourage more children to walk, cycle or scoot to school there are opportunities to win prizes. There are resources that we will be using in school to […]