Characterisation and expression during our first rehearsal in small groups. Year 5 are preparing for their REAL Project taking place at the Rotherham Civic Theatre in January. […]
Odd socks hit Stratford! A Roughwood and Rockingham taster of their collaboration performance of ‘odd socks’ – team ‘RoughRock’
Mathematical verse structure and writing creative sonnets outside Anne Hathaway’s house. A wonderful day!
Not only have we learnt some techniques for the stage, but we have learnt about the famous ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’.
Roughwood and Rockingham teamwork has been brilliant. Boat trip on Stratford Canal, Shakespearean character sketching, and exploring a theatre. The rain won’t defeat us! The children are happy and well-fed, […]
Lunch in front of Shakespearean characters, Boat trip on Stratford Canal, sketching and finished with a quick visit to the theatre! Time for tea….
Some impressive pictures using pastel in this week’s art lesson! Miss Newton-Smith is impressed and is looking forward to seeing some more masterpieces next week…
Well done to all children who achieved their timetable rockstars certificate this half term. We are extremely proud of your achievements.
Some wonderful work published and written confidently and independently. Well done Year 5.
Excellent effort from children in our school. We are extremely proud of their successes.
Have a read of Year 5 persuasive letters, which are their independent writing pieces! They’ve attracted a popular audience to our Harvest Festival performance using their persuasive language… hope to see […]
Children learning to ‘stop, say, listen, think and choose’ before reacting. Children taking deep breaths and making sensible choices – very impressive.
Some collaboration with Y5 cross sectional Tudor designs. Did you know that glass was extremely expensive? Designs included steep roofs and wooden beams.
High level reasoning, teamwork and problem solving involved this morning in our maths lesson.
Well done for the children this week who had a special mention in assembly. Once again, it has been difficult for the teachers to choose. Kurtis was very confident, at […]
The children in Year 5 have been using gradients of tone to practise and create their artistic masterpieces. Don’t forget to ask the year 5s about how they have used […]
The votes are nearly in. It was clearly difficult to vote. Well done to all candidates! So much thought and preparation went into their manifestos and speeches. Here are some […]
After two days back at school after the summer holidays, we have some wonderful use of vocabulary for our character descriptions and some impeccable calculating of challenging maths questions. Keep […]