Today is the start of the weekly SUMDOG competition. Certificates are available, so please encourage all children to enter. This competition is on for a week only. The results are […]
Welcome to all our new starters who joined us for our stay and play picnic. It was a wonderful afternoon and great turn out. We can’t wait to see you […]
Last week, Roughwood Primary School hosted two of our annual musical concerts for parents and carers to watch in school – Key Stage One and Key Stage Two Music Performances. […]
Children at Roughwood have accomplished a lot this half term. During this weeks assembly, the teachers and their classes reflect on their achievements in their different lessons. As we prepare […]
What a wonderful morning of scientific learning! As part of British Science Week, Year 3 and 4 parents were invited to take part in a special science lesson with their […]
On Friday class 2 decided to have a wellbeing quiz! We shared our favourite memories of the current lockdown and had a fun film themed quiz after. It was great […]
This morning at break time KS2 have enjoyed a slice of toast sold by our enterprise club for 20p. We have learnt a few lessons from our first day and […]
Thank you to all the parents that engaged in our family learning session on Monday. It was a great event, which the children thoroughly enjoyed! We hope you enjoyed it too.
This week we have had an amazing 74 Families engage with our Tea, Toast and Tables mornings which have seen parents and children playing tables games to raise awareness of […]
Thank you to all families that attended the sessions with Rotherham CLC, who kindly came to do a “structures and materials” session with children and families from classes 7 and […]
Our Forever Fashion Clothing Exchange has been a massive once hit again, with more donations than ever – you are wonderful, wonderful people! We have prevented kilos of clothing from […]
Wow! There have been some amazing designs for our Easter Bonnet competition this year. The children have done a fantastic job with help from parents and carers. Well done everyone. […]
The children and parents have spent the last 3 week’s creating a Book in a Box! Here are a few from each class and their winners. Acorns Chestnuts Class 2 […]
As part of our STEM project, Class 5 drafted in the help of parents to help create their very own robot following the design they created. The children found the […]
We’d like to thank all parents and carers for attending the maths workshops over the last term. Your enthusiasm and engagement has been truly wonderful. The children have really risen […]
Children from Class 2 were joined by their parents in learning all about Phonics. We looked at the different ways in which you can support your children with their learning […]
Stay and play session led by Wendy Leak, linked the the story Little Monkey. A fantastic turn out again, thank you to our parents again for your support.
Children from KS1 have been joined by their parents to learn about recycling in our family learning sessions this term. We have been weaving rugs from old clothes donated by […]
Year 6 have celebrated having the best attendance in school this term with an attendance breakfast. Parents were invited into school to celebrate with their children. Thank you to everyone […]
On Thursday parents came into school to help with our Rags to Bags project. We really appreciated all the help to get our t-shirt bags nearly completed.
Today we are adding embellishments to our innovative designs in preparation for the big stitch up next week. This is our penultimate session and I just wanted to say a […]
What a great turn out for our family learning session. Thank you to everyone who came to support us, we hope you had a fantastic time.
Roughwood Primary have taken part in the worlds biggest coffee morning to raise money for MacMillan. The morning was a great success and children even got involved at break time. […]
Year 3 have had the opportunity to take part in Family learning with Mrs Crossland. Children and parents have been making bird feeders to link with our Year 3 topic […]