Today we explored capacity and volume in Maths. We used different containers to see how much water they held. We learnt lots of new vocabulary including full, half full and empty.
Today in PE we learnt all about defending. We built up our skills through the lesson by defending a target then adding in a bean bag and finally throwing a bean bag to score a goal and defend the net.
Well done to everyone participating in the Big Pedal competition.
This afternoon we used Google Maps to look around Eyam, a village that was affected by the plague, and where it was in the UK.
We ll done to Y3/4P for being active this morning. Great start to the Big Pedal Competition.
Mr Purshouse is leading the way with Restorative Practice. The children are now in the new Restorative Practice hut looking at training into action. Focusing on different scenarios and how to resolve conflict.
Mr and Mrs Elliott have brought Prescott and Phoenix in to visit today. The children are learning all about baby Goats. They are one week old today.
In REY we have been on a little adventure around our school grounds this week to look at the surrounding areas. We walked to the new leaf centre site across the car park and all held on to the hoops to ensure we were safe , we then walked across the school yard to see […]
Here’s Emily exploring some of the routes around Rotherham on her bike to keep active and use her fob pick up points 🚲 🗺
Next week we have our activities to support Beat the Street. Get involved and join in the fun.
Our Year 6 children showcased their learning during special mentions this week focussing on their topic ‘What makes me me?’ The children explored who they are as a person through art and through literacy. It was lovely to hear them discuss who they are as a person and how they feel about themselves. Fabulous PSHE […]
This week we celebrated History within our Special mentions. The children across school are learning about a variety of Historical Events that changed the lives of many people. Our KS1 children are learning about he History of London and the Great Fire of London. Our Year 3 children are studying ‘The Victorians’, in Year 4 […]
Y6B have enjoyed visiting our Hens this week, the children have loved checking the nest box for eggs and supporting with the cleaning and caring of our battery chickens. The children have been learning about the life cycle and care of animals. We can’t wait to have the goats in next week.
Alfie in Rockingham Early Years is my Head Teacher Award Winner this week. His resilience, determination and enthusiasm for learning is outstanding. Mr Hanson loves visiting Alfie to play football with him as he has a passion for sports and really enjoys getting active. We are proud of you Alfie!
After cutting the sod our journey in developing our very own Nurture Provision hits the Advertiser. The children are really enjoying being involved in our Nemesis project and making a difference to the local community. Thank you Mrs Elliott for taking the time to bring copies in for our children, what a special keep sake.
Emmie and Bella love finding all the Beat the Street boxes across Rotherham. We are so proud of the children as they have been posting on Twitter daily and sharing their journey with us. Congratulations girls.
Our Early Years Children are out exploring again. This time they have been to see if our Hens have laid any eggs. The children have learnt so much about Chicken’s and this links really well to their learning in Science.
Gideon is doing a fabulous job of collecting his Beat the Street points. We are so proud of him and we know he is loving finding them. Well done Gideon, keep going!
Our Early Years children really enjoyed visiting our LEAF Centre site. They were asking lots of questions and listened really carefully. They are really excited to watch our amazing new site develop.
This week in baking club we have made chocolate rice crispy buns! We had so much fun mixing the chocolate and rice crispys and licking the spoons after!
This week F2 have met Mrs Durkin our new music teacher! We did lots of fun learning and learnt 2 new songs!
This week we read our new story The Foggy Foggy Forest by Nick Sherratt. We have enjoyed exploring our immersive reading area, creating wax pictures of a Forest, learning a new rhyme: 5 Little Fairies and going on a treasure hunt.
In F2 this week we have been learning about numbers 11-20 and how to represent them using tens frames, blocks and numicon.
We have been busy taking care of our plants . Making sure that they have water in order to grow 🌱. The children have been working together to water the plants.
Today in art the children focused on creating texture with pencil. We practiced our skills and then applied them to our drawings of a dragon eye.
This week in Maths we have been looking at measuring weight. Today we used cubes to measure the weight of different objects.
Our KS1 children wanted to show their amazing Science learning, we are so proud of their messy mixtures learning. Excellent process and progression of skills.
The children love attending Coordination club with Miss Tyzack, developing their gross motor skills and concentration through a series of exercises. The children in 4/5D love their morning routine.
Our children have loved coming back after Easter to their new Reading Environments. It’s been wonderful seeing the children fully immersed in the class texts. I can’t wait to hear all about your reading.