Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at Roughwood Primary School. See you in 2018!
We regularly enter competitions for aspiring writers or artists and sometimes we win. Pictured here are Erin and Isla O’Donoghue who did just that. They both submitted poems to the […]
For the first time ever, this year we decided to do something a little different at Christmas and have a whole school concert. It is a good few years since […]
This afternoon, Class 9 invited their parents into class to complete a STEM activity, which was inspired by our Viking topic. With their parents, the children have made some excellent […]
The most conclusive proof that we are firmly on the road to Bethlehem came today, when the children in our Foundation Stage performed their nativity for the rest of the […]
In sewing club, we made our own monsters! We had to cut out the felt pattern, design our own monster and sew everything onto the monster. It was a bit […]
Once the soups were made, it was time to taste them and decide on the winner! Class 5 and 6 both made vegetable soups (that were still different from one […]
Once we decided which soup we liked the best, we made our own! Vegetable was the clear winner so we looked at the ingredients to make our own. We used […]
Our REAL project this half term is Masterchef! We are making our own soup across y3/4 and having a “taste-off”. First of all, we had to try a variety of […]
We practised writing instructions by making a jam sandwich and making sure our instructions were clear! Sometimes we found we weren’t being precise so we had to change our instruction.
We have been learning about how machines move. We discussed lots of different machines and thought about the force that makes them move. We then used k’nex and worked collaboratively […]
We have been learning about Hinduism and created our own rangoli patterns using 2d shapes and coloured paper. We had to also apply our maths by thinking about repeating patterns […]
We learnt about maps and made our own using ICT