This week we shared some outstanding learning from our children and discussed all the wonderful outcomes from Anti-Bullying Week. We have had such a wonderful week starting with Odd Socks day and finishing with Children in Need. Congratulations everyone.
We are nearly there with the LEAF Centre. We can’t wait to share our updated photographs. We are hoping that it might be possible to have our New Provision up and running in the New Year. Watch this space …
Our Foundation 2 children celebrated Odd Socks Day celebrating their differences and sharing their similarities.
As part of friendship week, we had a look at a very special book, one kind day. It made us all think about all the kind things we already do and what new kind things we could do to help others. We talked about the power of a smile and passed a smile around our […]
To kick start friendship week off in REY our children wore odd socks, we spoke about being kind to our friends and we loved dancing to Andy’s song ‘One Kind Word!’. It’s been a lovely day in our early years! 🥰
Today we worn odd socks and thought about how we are all unique and different in our own way. We looked at the story One Kind Day and thought about how we can do kind things to change someone’s day and make them feel happy.
Our children in F1 couldn’t wait to show everyone their odd socks this morning, well done everyone and a huge thank you to the staff who have also embraced the start to our Friendship week. We always celebrate our differences at Rockingham.
1/2B found out why some people wear purple poppies for remembrance and made our own interpretation using sketching skills 🎨
Today after our 2 minutes silence we created some very detailed poppy pictures . the children used art pencils and pens to create a lovely image.
The first Remembrance day was held a year after the first world war, it was to commemorate the agreement that was signed which ended WW1 after years of fighting by 32 different countries. The agreement called Armistice was signed on the 11th day of the 11th month at 11am So from that first year, we […]
This week we celebrated all of our learners achievements. We have so many children who are moving to the next planet on their maths passport challenge and I know our children love being challenged. We have had colour mixing, map work and some fabulous rollercoasters in science. It has been such a wonderful week and […]
In our sketchbooks, we refined our pen skills thinking about tone, line and texture in preparation for Remembrance Day.
Recycling old pumpkins into bird feeders in Environment Club the children had a wonderful evening working as a team to hang pumpkins in our outdoor environment.
A huge thank you to Counsellor Rob Elliott for allowing our children to decorate the length of Church Street to show our appreciate and remember the soldiers from Greasbrough. Thank you to Adrian Hall a resident from Church Street and Charlotte, George and Alfie!
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Thank you to our fabulous parents and staff again for their Harvest Donations. It’s a beautiful display ready to share within our Community.
Look at our amazing characters all made from Vegetables. Let’s retell the story together.
We love celebrating all our successes and learning weekly with our children in the special mentions assembly. All our children have produced high quality learning outcomes and developed new knowledge. It is so lovely to hear about what makes our school so special. Congratulations Jenson on winning this weeks Head Teachers Award for alway being […]
This week in 1M we have discussed our part in the world and how we can help look after it .
As part of our P4C learning this week we discussed what it was like out of lockdown and new beginnings. We then discussed the question does everyone deserve a second chance. There were some very interesting responses.
Last week, year 6 visited Crucial Crew to learn about lots of different situations. They looked at hate crimes, fire safety, road safety and our favourite the magistrates court. The children learned lots of new things and how to cope in different situations.
We have loved coming to school in Yellow today to share our support for Mental Health. This wonderful colour spread joy and happiness across everyone faces. #HelloYellow