Mrs Foster and Mrs Bradbury were off to a flying start at cooking club tonight. The children have made decisions on what they would like to make over the next 5 weeks. Look how happy they are.
In cart👀n club, We had lots of fun learning about the early Disney cartoon ‘Steamboat Willie’ and how it was made.
Identifying what animals live in our pond, what can you see?
We have a wide range of opportunities on offer for our Children this term. What a wonderful time our children have had in their first session.
KS2 Art club with Mrs Buttree We have had a fantastic first art club today. Children have been looking at pattern and line work in Zentangles. Children from Y3-6 practiced their own designs first and then started a larger piece that will be finished in next weeks session.
Today in science club the children have made their own play dough. The children thought about the different materials such as flour, oil, food colouring and water and how they change state when mixed together.We had fun making different shapes and changing the colour of our dough by adding more food colouring.
Thank you so much to Calisa’s Nan for her lovely donations to our environment club. The children love being outdoors and improving our school grounds.
Pond dipping and tree rubbing with Mrs and Miss Elliott, the children really enjoyed getting outdoors and identifying different creatures in our wildlife area.
Today Mrs Elliott and Mrs Dowell had a wonderful time with our children during environment club. Here’s what they have been making.
Today in our booster club we looked at addition. We used concrete objects to add 2 numbers together. We are becoming much more confident with it now.
The children in baking club enjoyed making delicious smartie cookies. We measured out the ingredients, mixed them together and baked them in the oven!
The F2 children have had lots of fun in art club making lovely pictures, socks and ties to go on our new display!
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!
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 in KS2 have enjoyed a series of environmental challenges and a carrousel of activities in developing the grounds. We can’t wait to follow their journey throughout the term.
Y6H have loved getting back into their after school club. Enjoying time together and developing their skills. Well done 6H excellent team work.
Our 5P children love being outdoors with Mr Parkin developing their shooting skills. Miss Taylor’s team took on Mr Parkin’s some excellent competition. Well done everyone.
6B enjoying a game of Bench ball outdoors with Mr Hood. Y6 were very competitive and there some fabulous saves. Mr Hood even joined in too. Well being at it’s best.
The children in 2WB are exploring mindfulness through colouring, music and relaxation. What a wonderful atmosphere.
Are SEMH clubs are off to a flying start this week, the children have loved spending time with their friends, learning something new and being creative. Here are the children exploring the pond.
Today Mr Hanson enjoyed his first after school club with his class, making connections through team games such as basketball. The children loved being back on the playground together. We saw some big smiles and some excellent skills today, well done.
We have been very busy in Art Club making Easter baskets for our friends in class. We explored colouring, drawing and collage skills.
Welcome back Rockingham, we are delighted to share with you this weeks Newsletter, please take the time to read about all the amazing learning that has been happening in school. Newsletter 12th March 2021
Here is some wonderful learning outcomes from Spring 1 and our journey so far. We have had a remarkable term with live lessons, Extra Curricular Activities and competitions to make everyone smile. We hope you enjoy reading about all the wonderful learning that has taken place.
Today we gathered some everyday household items and got ready to try some alternative ways of messaging. Firstly, we looked at how we could use objects to make images of words or phrases. Then we used some special solutions to investigate what would make the best invisible ink. Our grand finale was making Morse Code […]
We had lots of fun completing different construction challenges in our extra curricular club. We made animals, built a tower one handed and even built a model blindfolded. Great job everyone!
Over the last two weeks the children have been focussing on the eye and mouth when studying the face. The children have really enjoyed working with Miss Tyzack and the have really enjoyed their discussions within the group. Well done everyone.
Thank you so much to Mrs Oram and Charlotte for our Extra Curricular club this afternoon. The children loved making fruit kebabs and fruit salads. Some of our children even created artwork using the fruit. I think the teachers loved this too. I think you should have your own cookery show.