Well done Lexie, Emmie, Lily and Freddie for being creative at home making their favorite characters!
The Year 6 NEMESIS project has reached March. Make sure to look at the calendar at the front of school for some different mindfulness activities. Hope you enjoy doing the activities.
This week is book week and we have some exciting things planned for all year groups, Mrs Buttree has been thinking hard this week about how we can make the activities as creative as possible. You could get the whole family involved. Please read the attached presentation and see what we have in store for […]
A huge congratulations to our winners this week. We showcased some fabulous examples of learning to our families this week. Thank you for all your support and commitment to remote learning. We are proud of all of our children and enjoy sharing their amazing achievements.
This week, we have been learning all about fractions. We know that ‘whole’ means to have all of an object or shape. We also know that ‘half’ means our object/shape has been split into two equal parts. We even know that to make a quarter, we must have 1 of 4 equal parts. We have […]
In our DT lesson this week, the children explored and evaluated a range of vegetables in preparation for soup making. We tried a variety of raw and cooked vegetables, letting our senses help us with our evaluations. Using cocktail sticks to handle each item of food, we considered the smells, textures and flavours. We rated […]
Mrs Burkinshaw and Mrs Waller have a new set of readers for 2WB. Taken from a recommended Pie Corbett Y2 list, we hope you enjoy the new selection of reads in our virtual library! Click on: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IM8m5Ejsjvff-PTFz_Pqt8jBgiRusqVL/view?usp=sharing to explore…
We have been using geo boards to draw examples of basic 2D shapes. We then moved on to drawing shapes, using a set of instructions: Draw a large rectangle on squared paper or dotted paper. Draw a square inside the rectangle. Draw a triangle below the rectangle. Draw a pentagon that is bigger than the […]
This week we have been talking about what we want to be when we grow up. The children have lots of different aspirations including a magician, baker, doctor, policeman and a swimmer.
We were very lucky in F2 to be able to speak to Police Sergeant Smith. We learnt so much and we’re able to ask lots of questions. Some of us really want to work in the police force when we grow up.
This week in Foundation 1 we have been talking about our future aspirations and what we would like to be.
Our book of the week was Think Big by Kes Grey. So we linked the learning all around Humpty Dumpty and friends and what they would like to be when they grow up. We have done a science experiment to see how to make an egg float. We have designed within an egg our future […]
In our DT lesson today, we explored and evaluated a range of vegetables in preparation for soup making. We tried new things and let our senses guide us. Using cocktail sticks to handle the food items, we described what they smell like, feel like and gently put them on our tongue to see what flavour […]
On Tuesday, after the live maths lesson the children were challenged to make 2D and 3D shapes. Here are some of the amazing examples the children made using items like pasta, marshmallows, straws and blu tack!
Our children in Year 6 have been exploring food decay and how we can slow the process down, what do you think?
Come and visit Mrs Burkinshaw and Mrs Waller in our new virtual library with links to some lovely reads.
F2 took part in a live talk about internet safety. We identified devices and what we use them for online. We talked about how to keep safe and who to talk to if we needed help.
For Record of Achievement day F2 made a proud cloud identifying what they are proud of achieving this term both at home and in school.
We have been learning about different cultures and celebrations in F2. We have wrote our name and age in Mandarin, made Chinese dragons and read the story The Great Race.
F2 children have been very busy at home making delicious pancakes.
A huge congratualtions to all the staff at Rockingham and to Mr Purshouse for all your hardwork on achieveing the Silver Modeshift Stars award. You have continued to increase active travel within our school and community, an amazing achievement. We can’t wait to continue our journey towards Gold. Thank you so much to everyone at […]
What did you have on your pancakes today?
We started by playing along to music with our standard and non-standard instruments. We moved our learning forward with some composing of our own. We have had so much fun learning about musical notes!
Can you trust what you see online? 3M explore their thoughts, feelings and ideas.
This week in Miss Tyzack’s Art session the children were learning how to draw a nose. They have been building up how to draw facial features over the past few weeks. The children will now over half term draw a face as a challenge and during the first week back we will guess who the […]
Today we celebrated our children who had won class dojo and who had showcased some outstanding learning. We are so proud of all of our children this week and we know that all our children are trying their best. Miss Stubbs announced the winners of our Art Competition today so well done to all our […]
Our KS1 children are so creative in their learning, showcasing their Oracy and Performance skills as you can see here through MFL and Literacy.
To keep up the moral on long voyages, sailors used to sing and make up sea shanties to make the tough tasks onboard more manageable and take their minds off the hard work needed for their daily jobs. It gave the crew members a sense of togetherness and made them feel like they were working […]
Here are a few happy faces of children in 2WB who received their very special delivery this week. We have had lots of messages of ‘thanks’ from parents and children who very much appreciated this gift!