Mr Robins’ Dad has supported our Environment club with identifying weeds and new plants in our outdoor area. The children have been so grateful for his help and advice and of course making sure they are watered on Fridays.
Today we started to look at the painting ‘The Persistence of Memory’ by Salvador Dali. We decided to explore drawing and art pens with different thickness of nibs. The children explored the movement of the clocks perfectly. We will finish the colour work next week.
RJI Team VEX are up and running with our first build session this lunchtime 🦾
Our children have been busy observing their handy work. Everything they have planted is starting to grow and our sunflower competition is starting take off. Our tiny duckling has been watching them in action with our chickens.
Nearly finished our own interpretation of ‘Starry Night’. The children have worked hard on creating movement in the sky.
This week we have made our first set of story stones linked to some of our favourite characters . They look amazing
On Friday we took 30 KS1 children to the institute of sport. It was a fantastic day full of sporting activities and it allowed our children to shine through their sporting abilities. They were a credit to our school.
Our Environment are fully focussed on our outdoor provision. Here they are making planters and planting in the sunshine. I know they are keen to put their plans into action.
This week we began our art club by creating backgrounds using powder paint and watercolours. We are going to layer sea creatures on top of our back grounds.
Our Y3/4 girls have been preparing for their Gymnastics festival at lunchtimes by practicing balances, different movements and safety in gymnastics.
Today, we have looked at the famous artwork ‘The Starry Night’ by Vincent Van Gogh. We have started to think about movement seen in the sky to link with our Picture This theme. Children chose their paper type and media and we looked at drafting out and making sure our image was in proportion to […]
Here is this week’s Newsletter with all the fabulous events that have happened over the last two weeks.
This term the children have returned to school to see their beautiful daffodils that they had planted before the holiday. They are beautiful, the children have now started to plant a range of flowers around our pond area to attract more wildlife.
We are ready to take on the challenge of the Children’s University and support our children in achieving accreditations for their activities, clubs and boosters in and out of school. Good Luck everyone.
We are so proud to announce our new after school provision on Monday’s. Scotty’s heroes will be providing our children will new skills not only socially but globally
We are so proud of 3WB this term winning the attendance breakfast, they love coming to school and you can see from the smiles on their fances that they are very happy to win this special treat.
Our environment club have thoroughly enjoyed exploring our school grounds and identifying the signs of spring. What can you see?
A huge thank you to Alison who delivered a fantastic assembly for our children on Waste Mangment, I know our Year 5 children who are completing the SHINE project and our Environment club will definitley use this moving forward this term. Children thought long and hard about sustainability. We have some clear ways forward at […]
Our Year 3 children have become so excited about origami. They have been busy making a range of objects this week including flowers, houses, busses and cars. They came to share them with me today and Will couldn’t stop trying to see them he was excited too.
The science ambassadors enjoyed helping other children make paper helicopters and spinning tops. We had fun testing them.
Our children in 3/4P mastered the art of making sausage rolls this week. They kindly made lots of extra ones for the Teachers. They were delicious, I hope you continue to develop these skills further at home.
This week in art club the children painted the clay pots that they made last week. They explored colour mixing and really focused on their painting.
1/2B went bananas over puppy problem solving in our after school club 🍌
This week, we did and active maths investigation which focused on checking answers in calculations. The children used their team work skills well to complete the challenges.
Another fabulous week with RISE performing arts, our children look forward to this opportunity every week and have really developed their knowledge and skills.
We have more places available for February half term, thank you HAF – Holiday Activity and Food Program Healthy Holiday’s for Rotherham Children Thank you for this amazing opportunity for all children.
Mrs Elliott is leading the way in Maths at after school club in 3WB, can you hit the button? Our Year 3s are hitting the ground running with their tables facts.
Tonight theme for Foundation 2 was to learn French, the children have been busy counting and learning their colours.
This week in art club we made pots using clay. The children used there fingers to mould the clay into a round shape then pinched and pulled the clay to form the edges of the pot. They added patterns using clay tools.