Wow – look at these pieces of art work created on day one of our new topic. Created not only imaginatively, but utilising household items, objects and products to create […]
There appears to be uncertainty amongst parents across the country that they are expecting vouchers if their child normally gets FSM as part of the UIFSM system which entitles all […]
Good morning everyone. I hope you have had a wonderful break and an enjoyable Easter with your families. I know it will have been different this year with lots of […]
Founded in 2011, Zoom is one the world’s leading video conferencing software providers. It has a number of features, including video and audio conferencing, real-time messaging, screen-sharing and the ability […]
Why not continue and consolidate your learning during the holidays? How about receiving a maths certificate from Carol Vorderman? It usually costs money, but The Maths Factory is allowing free […]
Even though we weren’t in school to have our Easter bonnet parade I set them the challenge of creating an Easter bonnet. They got very creative with the resources they […]
Please take the time to read the attached letter from the school to further inform you about what will happen over the next few weeks. LETTER TO PARENTS
Why not create a maths story with your children at home during the Easter break, or to enhance their mathematical thought process and reasoning as part of story time? Have […]
As part of our topic ‘Towers, Tunnels and Turrets’ class 2 have been reading the story, Zog, by Julia Donaldson. The story is about a dragon called Zog who goes to school […]
Day 7, Mrs Fearnley explains a little more about our Photography challenge where we can reflect and appreciate the beautiful things around us. What can you notice on your daily […]
The CLC has created a range of resources and instruction sheets to support family learning at home. Creative Ideas for family Learning at Home. These are generally fun learning activities that […]
Good afternoon everyone, I am blown away with your creativity, resilience and passion for learning over the last week in such strange times. I would like to thank you, your […]
Today, Class 5 have been busy creating posters for a video to say a BIG thank you to the NHS and key workers and remind everyone the importance of social […]
Y6 made the most of the spring time sunshine with a ‘day long’ investigation. The children observed and measured how the shadow cast from an object changes in length as […]
Team B added to the rainbow window. Sharing positivity with the community. #hope #sharingpositivity #teamb
From FS1-Year 6, We could not be more proud of the children and families for their resilience and efforts with learning from home. Ours teachers have received such supportive messages […]
The children planned their orienteering course and placed markers around the grounds. Numbers, letters and symbols used for a variety of sessions.
A message from Mrs Fearnley after a successful first day of home learning.
The children decided to paint rainbows and decorate the windows in order to spread happiness in these testing times. We hope to continue this and see the rainbow grow as […]
Miss Would explored the thoughts and feelings of the characters from the Easter Story in the Garden of Gethsemane
Year 6 have been busy creating Air Raid Precaution (ARP) video’s to demonstrate the importance of being prepared during World War 2.
Some of our Year 5s have just come back from a maths residential of ‘problem solving and challenge’ at Crowden. Children have taken part in challenges which included mathematical archery […]
Crowden 2020 The Year 5s have returned from their problem solving residential with resilience, determination and such fantastic attitudes about working as a team. Well done to all children from […]
Today we are filming our instructional videos on ‘How to Survive an Air raid’ Look out for the finished products!
Miss Newton-Smith has called to say that the children have had a fantastic day doing their maths-themed outdoor pursuits. The children are exhausted and are settling down for a well-earned […]
A fantastic week of sport was finished off by all classes from FS1 to Y6 completing the Sport Relief Mile. The children showed outstanding resilience to complete the course and […]
In Class 7, we have been learning about antonyms, which are opposites. We have been practising together and then today we have tried some on our own. We are learning […]
The children arrived in numbers to test their shooting skills against goalkeeping legends Mr Tyas & Mr Ducker. The children had great fun and raised over £130 for Sport Relief. […]
With another week of hard work and creativity with our teaching and learning, the children have impressed us once again. Well done to all children with their achievement. We have […]
This week for Science Week, class 6 have built a volcano to predict and evaluate the reactions of different liquids with Mentos by measuring the distance (height) the liquid travels […]
In science this week, we have looked at the amount of light emitted from different locations within the classroom to evaluate the impact of shadows and objects. The children have […]
As part of Science week Class 4 were set with a task of designing and building a contraption that would encourage local wildlife to our environment. The children initially thought […]
This week in Computing, class 8 have been using Microsoft Excel to record results of their favourite dragons from “How to Train Your Dragon” by creating tables and pie-charts. The […]
To celebrate science week, we have been investigating how light travels and properties of materials to test materials that would be best-suited to make a blackout curtain in WW2. We […]
This week in Computing, Year 5 have been using Microsoft Excel to record results of their favourite dragons from “How to Train Your Dragon” by creating tables and pie-charts. The […]
Children throughout school have been reading books by their favourite authors to celebrate World Book Day this week. Here are a few video clips of children reading aloud.
As part of our schools fundraising for the NSPCC each class from year 1-6 created and performed a sponsored dance routine. The children were amazing and staff have loved watching […]
Class 2 enjoyed reading in their pyjamas with a cup of hot chocolate this afternoon to celebrate world book day.
Year 6 have been using their formal writing skills to write letters from the government in war time. They are informing the citizens of Great Britain about Operation Pied Piper […]
Class 6 enjoyed reading in their pyjamas this morning, to celebrate World Book Day. I hope that they will develop a lifetime love of reading.
Y5/6 first Tag Rugby training session preparing for the upcoming festival. Children developed their passing skills and how to effectively carry the ball.
Class 5 working collaboratively hunting for matching calculations around the classroom! Keep up the hard work!
Year 6 visited Kelham Island today to discover Sheffield’s involvement within WWII. They have learned about the lives of those who worked in the steel industry during WWII, the importance […]
Today, we have investigated reflection using our scientific enquiry skills. We have used IT to present our learning.
Children: Can you beat your timestable rockstar score? These children have at home! The best score so far is 46 questions, and the quickest time is 1.3 seconds per question! […]
Today, children who are our elected School Council visited the Town Hall and met the Mayor. We learnt about democracy and how our wonderful towns history.
Another fantastic week at Roughwood Primary School. We have class 8 with 99.8% attendance, and our learners have been resilient with their learning this week. Well done to all children […]
We’ve learnt about how sound travels, and we’ve found out that we watch 4 days of adverts per year! That’s a lot of Television! From the Wonderlab, to the Gaming […]
Class 5 have been continuing our Roscars project this week! We are really excited for our entry this year as we look back through the decades at the significant happenings […]
We have some very excited children to see the Dalek and some excited teachers to see the Zippy and George! Our coach driver says we are one of the lovelies […]
This week, the children have been busy creating foil Direction pads to control their sprites within the maze during Computer club. The children have also been experimenting with Bananas to […]
Our watercolour poppy artwork is progressing well. We are looking forward to the finished product.
Today, Year 6 (Class 9) have been designing and drawing sprites and backdrops for their animations. The animations cover World War II child evacuations and the Christmas Truce that occurred […]
Class 7 have been learning about sexual and asexual reproduction in plants, and about vegetative propagation – artificially regrowing plants. Today we set up our own investigation to regrow spring […]
Class 5 have been working collaboratively, researching all about the Church, it’s purpose and why people worship in them. Each table had a specific part of the Christian church to […]
Please take the time to read the latest Newsletter. We have had a brilliant two weeks and so much has been happening in school. Newsletter 14.02.2020
As part our Nemesis Project we have been visiting Cherry Trees Residential Care home. The children and residents have thoroughly enjoyed it and we look forward to visiting again next […]
We had a wonderful trip to the Rotherham Transport Museum.
Well done to Class 2 this term for winning the attendance Breakfast. Thank you to all the parents who have attended. Let’s keep up the hard work and improve attendance […]
A fantastic session with Ann Foxley-Johnson about staying safe on the apps we use. We have now created our own posters about using these apps.
Well done to Angel and Brianne for being chosen to feature in the next Young Writers Book. This is the first time either of them have been published, so we […]
In the penultimate week before half term begins, we could not be more proud of these children. There have been so many opportunities for deep learning and we’ve been learning […]
We have ended our subtraction strand of maths with a challenging orienteering course!
The KS2 corridor were disturbed during their learning this week by an unexpected crime! The children were puzzled to why anyone would destroy our fantastic learning environment!
Year 3 showcasing our amazing ART skills! We are creating booklets based on our picture this picture ‘Sheffield Through the Ages’
Find your brave… this week we have been focusing on children’s Mental Health Week and we have been exploring courage.
What can we do to help us face our fears? Class 6 voted for this question after looking at the P4C book this week for Children’s Mental Health Week.
In Y5, we looked at some statements and decided which ones were brave and which ones weren’t. We decided on different ways to categorise them; some of us ranked them […]
This week in literacy we have been learning about poems. We used talk for write to write and perform our own poem.