At Roughwood Primary School, children across school have helped promote the campaign to prevent the spread of coronavirus indoors this winter. The ‘Hands. Face. Space’ public information campaign urges the […]
Please take the time to read the latest Newsletter. Have a wonderful week for half-term and keep safe. We hope to see all children back in school on Monday 2nd […]
Roughwood Primary school perform beautifully for the Harvest Festival. We are incredibly proud of all our Roughwood learners. Thank you to all parents and carers for donating this year. Unfortunately, […]
Over the last few weeks, Y3 have been writing a newspaper recount all about the break-in at the bakery in our class text, Meet me by the Steelmen. Today we […]
Class 9 have had the most amazing day exploring Eden Camp today! The children have been absolutely fantastic – they’ve been asking so many interesting questions, looking really carefully and […]
Children in Year 6 have been focusing on the proportions of the human boys while drawing evacuees. We have used pencil and markers to draw the outline and we are […]
Today, in Y6D, we decided to take our learning outdoors and have some fun with exploring short division by applying our knowledge of bus stop method to questions in different […]
Classes 8 and 9 have had a fantastic day today, learning all about how to stay safe, at Crucial Crew.
Today we celebrated world food day by creating a tzatziki dip and rainbow couscous. All the children had a hand in making the food and really enjoyed trying the array […]
Miss Dungworth’s class had a go at completing the light maze today, using all of their scientific understanding of light and reflection from this half term … They also showed […]
Classes 8 and 9 have had a wonderful workshop this morning with the Anne Frank Trust, about stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination. This has generated some really interesting discussion and we’ve […]
Year 3 have been creating tones and textures with pastels linked to our topic about steel. Our scrap metal art is looking fantastic.
Class 9 had an exciting challenge this afternoon! We’ve been learning all about light and reflection, and today we were given the challenge of lighting up the tunnels of a […]
Today, we’ve been researching history about space travel. Do you know the name of the first male or female cosmonaut or astronaut in space? What about the first dog? Next […]
Year 6 have been designing WWII victory gardens today, in ICT with Mr Clarke. Take a look at the incredible start they have made …
Class 9 have worked so hard this afternoon, learning all about WWII Spitfires. Take a look at their amazing outcomes … it’s hard to believe these haven’t been done at […]
To mark this year’s World Mental Health Day which was Saturday 10th October children in school have been learning about the importance of a healthy mind. During such difficult times […]
Year 6 have made a great start to their final day of remote learning this morning, with another fantastic live Maths lesson on Classroom! We are all so proud of […]
Our first visit of the year is to Eden Camp! Year 6 had the opportunity to experience the sights, sounds and smells of World War 2 through exploring the various […]
Please take the time to read the latest Newsletter. We have had a brilliant two weeks in school. Thank you for your continued support. Newsletter 08.10.2020
Yesterday, Class 9 had a fantastic first day of remote learning and continued to put all of the same effort, resilience and care into their outcomes. Take a look at […]
Class 4 have been using lots of drama techniques to help support them with their new writing genre a Newspaper Recount. Today we created some frieze frames to portray the […]
Well done Class 9. Children who have been asked to isolate today left school at 1:15 pm and were ready for their first online lesson via Google Classroom at 2:30 […]
Y6D have put together a few videos to demonstrate the importance of the NHS’ new campaign ‘Hands, Face, Space’ and how this is implemented throughout Roughwood Primary School.
Today has been our first music lesson via Zoom with Class 5. Children have been drumming as normal and the lesson was a great success. Well done for rising to […]
To launch our Lending Library, we are holding a ‘GET CAUGHT READING’ competition. To enter you need to get a photo of you being caught reading somewhere unusual, funny or […]
From using the White Rose schemes of work, here’s another example of where we have revisited previous learning at Roughwood and practised using previous methods to calculate. We definitely had […]
Year 4 learnt a new art skill yesterday and practised zentangle patterns. We tried some in our sketchpads first and then went onto our leaf pictures. It took a lot […]
Year 1 had great fun being super hero’s in PE. They developed skills such as changing director and dodging.
This week we have been reading the story Tinga Tinga and using this to write our own animal poems. Here is our video and some of our writing.
We explored silly soap outside in the tuff tray. It felt soft and smelt fruity. We practised writing the sounds that we have been learning this week in phonics.
A mysterious box appeared in our classroom this week. It had been delivered from the zoo. We made predictions what animals could be inside the box and used mathematical language […]
The children in Class 4 have done a fabulous job at achieving Miss Sare’s super high expectations. Their ‘Dear Diary’ pieces of writing looks beautiful in our Classroom and both […]