Please take a look at the exciting things that have been happening in school since half-term. Don’t forget to check the school calendar for the useful Christmas dates coming up. […]
Class 7 members shared their disgust at the certificate that had been ‘found’ screwed up on the floor. They have been trying to work out who was culpable and might […]
This week teachers have been busy transforming the hall into a winter wonderland. Children have created some stunning pieces of learning linked to their topics and science.
In class 6 this week we have moved on with out literacy to looking at Instructions. Today we have looked at the features of instructions. We have also instructed Miss […]
Last week in literacy we created setting pictures to help us with our setting descriptions. We used pastels to create our pictures. They really helped us to uses adjectives and […]
This is an exciting time of the year. Rehearsals are in full swing for this years KS1 nativity. Children are excited to show their grown ups. Keep checking back to […]
Descriptive writing and high level language shared in our afternoon assembly. A difficult decision for teachers this week! A wonderful end for the week…
Can you find a word that rhymes with glistening? Such descriptive sentences in the children’s Sonnets.
Please take a look at the exciting things that have been happening in school since half-term. We have published the list of useful Christmas Dates so you won’t miss a […]
Today we took our Maths learning outside! We used ourselves as a way of learning division with remainders and quickly realised that it wasn’t always possible to divide a number […]
In Acorns, we have enjoyed reading about Pudsey Bear, we decided it would be a good idea to bake our own biscuits to raise money. We had lots of fun […]
After finding a screwed up 100% attendance letter we spoke about our thoughts and feelings towards attendance and how important it is to come to school. The children in Class […]
We are busy raising money this morning for Children in Need. Year 3 have baked buns this week to sell, year 4 have a name the bear competition and the […]
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!
Class 3 had a very special visitor to tell us more about Remembrance Day. Jo shared his stories about his Great Uncle Thomas Reid and his dad John Leach. He […]
In Acorns, we have been looking at friendship. We started by looking at who our friends are. We then chose one special friend and painted a portrait of them, using […]
Class 6 are involved in the Rotherham schools linking project. This project is to link children with other children from different schools to learn about diversity. Today the children had […]
This week is Anti-Bullying Week and in Class 2 we have been thinking about why some people might bully others. We discussed that some people may bully others when they […]
Not only have we learnt some techniques for the stage, but we have learnt about the famous ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’.
Once again Class 5 have been lucky enough to have an art session with Mrs Taylor! We have been learning how to create texture and tone using pastels. We learnt […]
We have been extending our french vocabulary even further this week! As you can see we had lots of fun labelling our class friend’s body parts with the correct […]
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, […]