What an amazing experience we had today in Year 4! We were very privileged today to watch Mr Brooks, from Casting Innovations, melt real aluminium cans and mould them into […]
This year, the children at Roughwood Primary have created a video to celebrate the meaning of Easter by retelling the Easter story and sharing some of their artwork and poetry.
Please take the time to read the latest Newsletter. Please read the leaflet about reporting positive test results carefully. It is important that you report any positive cases of COVID […]
What a great start to our morning on the last day of term! The children in Class 8 have enjoyed our attendance winner breakfast this morning. A huge well done […]
Today we have held our end of term assembly. We have passed on our DoJo trophies for the last time this term and we have also given out some awards. […]
Children at Roughwood Primary have been celebrating the beginning of Spring and Easter today by wearing their very own Easter bonnets which signify new life and rebirth.
We have written our own Easter play scripts, used numicon to represent decimals, played maths games and also discussed different forms of Transport in French! We’ve also been learning a […]
Work started last week on developing our new outdoor learning space, with a litter pick and general tidy of the area. This week, children have helped POPs to recycle all […]
Staff and children at Roughwood Primary have been busy enjoying the good weather we have had over the last few days by having a picnic outside.
At Roughwood Primary, we support Comic Relief this Red Nose Day to help tackle important issues including homelessness, child poverty, domestic abuse, and mental health stigma, all of which have […]
What a wonderful afternoon of sewing we’ve had in Mrs Graham’s class today! The children absolutely blew us away with their amazing sewing skills, showing incredible concentration, determination and patience. […]
This afternoon, Year 1, 2, 3 and 4 children have been learning about riding their scooter safely. We have had lots of fun whilst learning new skills and how to […]
Unfortunately the children in Chestnuts class are learning at home this week due to bubble closure. But it hasn’t stopped us celebrating the National Census. We have met the Counting […]
Mrs Graham’s STEM Club made a fantastic start to their Knex car project, after school yesterday!
Year 4 started work today on a very exciting project with POPs! We are working towards building our very own outdoor classroom! So today, we assessed the area where it’s […]
Class 6 made a fantastic start to their new learning in Maths today, applying what they already know about fractions to our new unit on decimals. We worked together in […]
As part of our DT and PHSE learning, Class 4 today made home made vegetable soup, fruit salad, aswell as trying lots of different fruit juices they’d not tried before. […]
Today Class 4 worked in their sketch books to blend primary colours to mix brand new colours – also known as: secondary colours. We then used base colours, black and […]
Class 9 have been busy creating videos to persuade people to embark on a three-year voyage around the world with captain Cook! The video’s include special offers, emotive language and […]
Year 5 & 6 have been using their Oracy skills to creat a video to persuade people to embark on a three-year voyage around teh world with captain Cook. Children […]
What a wonderful start Year 4 have made to their fabric artwork this week! We can’t wait to see these on display!
Year 4 have made a fantastic start to Science Week, creating their own water cycles out of sandwich bags!
With the largest class in school (29 children), we certainly had lots of catching up and had a wonderful day back. What a fantastic first day back for class 7, […]
Today Class 4 began science week with applying their knowledge of the different parts of a plant and each of their functions by creating a step by step visual diagram […]
What a brilliant first day back! The children in Class 8 have been exploring and observing the effects of static charges and learning about atoms and how they are formed. […]
What a fantastic first day back for KS1! We have tried 3 science experiments today which the children thoroughly enjoyed. We created underwater fireworks, a volcanic eruption and began to […]
This week is our science week and we have made a wonderful start to our investigation about static electricity. We have explored and observed the effects that static charges have.
From making our favourite characters out of fruit and vegetables, stitching out favourite book characters and finding out favourite places to read, what a week we’ve had! The children learning […]
This week for World Book Week, teachers at Roughwood Primary have been busy sharing their stories with others. Can you guess which story belongs with which teacher? Click on the […]
Good luck everyone! See if you can compete your questions at the quickest pace possible. There will be a class winner and a winning class each day and this contest […]
The time has come again… Here’s a quick reminder that the next SUMDOG Rotherham contests begins tomorrow. This time, we’d love for children in EYFS to get involved with their […]
Reading in an unusual place. The children in class 1 took their books out of class today to find an unusual place to read.
Please take the time to read the latest Newsletter. We have released this a day early as it contains important information about your child returns to school on Monday 8th […]
We have been developing our fine motor skills by creating some weaved potion bottles. The children were so resilient and proud of their creations that we have put them on […]
Today Class 4 have been learning how to count, order and recognise in tenths. The children in school decided to wrap up warm and use the outdoor environment to make […]