Today, 5/6H and 6B used their knowledge of place value and the Olympics to complete a challenging orienteering course. This included so many skills including map reading, place value knowledge and spelling. Everyone had a great time carrying out the activity!
5/6H looked at some famous moments from the Olympics including Usain Bolt winning the 100m, Super Saturday from 2012, Derrick Redmond in Barcelona and Eric the Eel. We then discussed what makes a winner. There were some very well thought out responses. We decided that winning gold didn’t just mean you were a winner!
We made tangram pictures of Olympic sports today, practising our fine motor skills in 1/2B 🔷🔺🟢
The last couple of weeks, 5/6H have been producing some different pieces of artwork and design technology learning. They have focused on Olympic posters for painting and Olympic kits to design. The children tried really hard with the learning they produced.
Today we celebrated our Willow Tree Oscars where some of our children were awarded an Oscar for their animation and film making skills all based on areas of the curriculum and the topic they have been learning. We are so proud to announce that our Winners were …. Year 6 Animation of the Heart Year […]
Congratulations to our winners in 4D on achieving great results in our Willow Tree Olympics. We are really looking forward to our closing ceremony today.
Riley has again really impressed us with his fabulous artwork. He has been using a range of techniques and media to develop his knowledge and understanding of the Olympics. Looking closely at the rings and Olympic torch. Well done Riley.
Wow, what amazingly grown up F2 children! Our first ever handwriting lesson and what a fantastic job they did. Very proud grown ups today!
We have been learning all about our rainbow of rewards. We have put all our pictures on and we are happy to be there because it means we are following the rules and on task. If we do something amazing then our picture will be moved to the golden sunshine and we will be able […]
A huge thank you to PSQM for this fabulous video. Thank you for all your support and encouragement in our science journey. We can’t wait to continue this next year when working with the Ogden Trust to develop physics within our Curriculum. Thank you Miss Darby for leading science across our school.
In Y1/2B, we have been practising some of our sketching skills to reveal our Olympic sporting theme. Can you guess from our work? 🔍
As part of our DT project, we designed, made and evaluated our own Olympic medals in Y1/2B. We decided our medals must have the Olympic rings and the goddess of victory, Nike. They should be shiny and durable. They could have a ribbon attached, to wear around the neck. 🏅
Our Science investigation on push and pull forces (in sports) generated the question: How much force will make a ball travel the furthest? 🎾⚽️
Today we challenged ourselves to making the Olympic Rings using folding of paper techniques (Origami). It was really challenging but we persevered. We most definitely did not use a dot of glue to secure a couple of the main joins. Did we 6B? 🙈
This week in year 1 we have been exploring the Olympics and the different types of medals that can be won. The children then had a go at making their own Olympic medals ensuring that they were round and featured an emblem to represent the Olympics either the Olympic Rings, a mascot , the year […]
This week we learned about the history of the Olympic rings. We used our pastel skills to create our own picture of the rings and then added one of the facts we had learned.
What an amazing morning of maths learning. We have had so much fun this morning. We have done some Olympic maths. We have made olympic medals we can eat, counted how many times we can do olympic activities, making numicon patterns and exploring all the other maths activities in the classroom.
We had a look at our countries flag, we talked about what we would like to do if we were in the Olympics and read a story and listened to some facts all about Mo Farah. We even did the Mo bot.
Our Reading Champion Mia has been out shopping today to spend her book voucher. Mia loves reading and has made lots of progress this year. We are just so proud of you.
We were very lucky today as we got to see some real Olympic medals and hold some things that have been to the Olympics all over the world.
Today we celebrated the children’s achievements in their new class. It appears everyone has had a fantastic first week and really enjoying finding new friendships, getting to know their Teacher and learning new things. Well done to all our winners and we really enjoyed our Olympics theme.
This week our children in REY have been learning all about the olympics, we have looked at the Olympic Rings and spoke about what shape they are, how many they can see and the different colours! Throughout the environment we have had a variety of maths opportunities in different areas for the children to explore, […]
Our children in our early years have really enjoyed taking part in the Willow Tree Olympics. They showed some excellent skills, the favourite event was the sprint! We have some fantastic young Olympians here at Rockingham!
On Wednesday the 30th of June we celebrated our Year 6’s journey at Rockingham with a Prom, the children chose a black and gold theme and wanted to have a formal evening. We had the most amazing time and I hope these photographs capture a wonderful time had by all. A huge thank you to […]
Today we celebrated our successes across all classes in school. It was lovely to see the smiles on so many faces. We awarded children with trophies, certificates and book vouchers for – Excellence Friendship Respect Reading Champion Sportsman Sportswomen Overcoming Adversity Boy of the Year Girl of the Year, Here are our winners –
Today we had our music session with the Rotherham music service and really enjoyed our session.
In Y1today, children moved along to a familiar song and tapped back a set of beats, using a musical instrument 🎶
In y2 this week we have been learning all about place value. We have been discussing the value of tens and ones.