We are so proud of our staff and children who work tirelessly to ensure we work together to support each other, show kindness, respect and empathy. Valuing everyone is so important to us at Rockingham. Thank you to Ann Foxley-Johnson who we would be lost without. We need to now create our actions for moving […]
Special Mentions Assembly, today we celebrated all our winners of this week sharing their outstanding learning and positive behaviours. Congratulations everyone we are so proud of you. Foundation 2 also made a special appearance for their first assembly in preparation for Year 1.
Our Year 3 children really enjoyed working with Mrs Foxley Johnson last week and continued their learning. It is so lovely to hear their thoughts, feelings and next steps.
We had our workshop with our special visitor Mrs Foxely-Johnson. We had a fantastic time learning all about friendship and how to stay kind in our world.
The children in year 4, engaged really well with the workshop today. They shared their understanding of bullying. They also learnt the different forms of bullying, such as physical, cyber and indirect.
On Thursday the 31st of March Mr Purshouse took 10 Year 5 children to New York Stadium to explore the concept of Banter Vs Bullying. The children were looking at the use of words in friendship groups and how children talk to one another. They explored what their viewpoint was on banter and what this […]
Rockingham’s new trainee RP Reps are learning about the importance of being honest and trustworthy. We created scenarios and spoke about how we would deal with those issues and how using the RP hub can support us.
Today we were blown away by the learning of all Children, their behaviour, attitude and learning is fantastic . The way they applaud each other and celebrate their success is lovely to see. Our school really is the best in the world.
Here we are, finally back together at last. I think all the staff and children felt quite emotional. We have certainly missed being together, celebrating the children’s achievements. Our year 1 children led the way by getting up to present their learning first, you couldn’t hear a pin drop. Outstanding behaviour, togetherness and outstanding learning. […]
Our Restorative practice representatives were out in force today supporting our Foundation children with play and with their social skills, Well done everyone.
Our Year 5 children are supporting our Foundation 1 children with their play, building friendships and developing their social skills.
Please enjoy this weeks Newsletter to showcase our learning, awards and attendance.
This week we worked on the Module 1 training materials during assembly time. We enjoyed having the opportunity to discuss scenarios and ways forward. We learned the difference between being a bystander and being an upstander.
What a wonderful celebration of learning, we really do have the most amazing children on the planet.
Mr Purshouse is leading the way with Restorative Practice. The children are now in the new Restorative Practice hut looking at training into action. Focusing on different scenarios and how to resolve conflict.
Next week we have our activities to support Beat the Street. Get involved and join in the fun.
After cutting the sod our journey in developing our very own Nurture Provision hits the Advertiser. The children are really enjoying being involved in our Nemesis project and making a difference to the local community. Thank you Mrs Elliott for taking the time to bring copies in for our children, what a special keep sake.
Around school we have our RP Reps up and proud. They have done a wonderful job completing their qualification and learnt so much about the importance of their role. We can’t wait to see them out on the playground after Easter.
Here is the news from our local area, please see the local updates and information. https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKRMBC/bulletins/2aff13c
The UK Parliament engagement team delivered a fabulous assembly to our KS2 children. They introduced how parliament works, what MPs do, the role of the House of Lords and how laws are made. Thank you so much our children thoroughly enjoyed it.
Here is this months addition of Wingfield Ward Neighbourhood Newsletter – https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/UKRMBC/bulletins/2aa60fa
Well done to our Y5 RP reps who have completed their Module 1. After half term, we will continue to train our RP Reps and move on to Module 2.
Good Morning Everyone, here is this weeks Newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading about all the wonderful things that have been happening at our school over the last two weeks. The home learning and support from parents has been phenomenal. Thank you again. News Letter Week 4 September
Today we had a fabulous assembly, sharing our learning and finding out who had won the Golden Shield. We announced our Heads of House – Congratulations to Hoober – Maisie F/Jamie H Kepple – Georgia T/Jacob K Richmond – Layla R/ Mark W Scholes – Millie P/ Alfie C Our winners this week Hoober with […]
Today the children read their manifestos in Y6H, the children were confident, enthusiastic and determine to succeed. We are so proud of all the children who shared their ideas with the class. Congratulations Jessica and Mark.
Earlier in the week we asked you to send in entries for our Newsround show which will be published weekly and you will have full control over what we show. Mrs Buttree has created some themes and a competition to support this further. Can you create your own Jingle or Theme Tune using any form […]
Today our children were able to visit the Town Hall and meet the Mayoress of Rotherham; Jenny Andrews the children were able to ask lots of questions about how to be a Councillor and what decisions need to be made. The children were really excited to have a look around the Town Hall and look […]
Here are our new school Councillors who are very excited about their role this year. Our first challenge is to look at Science in our school and how well it is taught. Good luck everyone we are really proud of you.
Today the children read out their school council manifestos and the children voted for their favourite. We talked about democracy being one of the British values and what that meant.