During our final day of home learning today children have had to sort food from there cupboards into healthy and unhealthy. Some children even looked into the five different food […]
As part of our Road Safety Week this week we have been trying to promote road safety throughout the winter months. Children have dressed in their brightest and boldest colours […]
This week is Anti- bullying week and we have been wearing our odd socks at home (as we are isolating) to celebrate individuality and to show that we are all […]
This week is Anti-Bullying week and it began today with Odd Socks Day. A day where children are encouraged to where to odd socks to school (or at home, because […]
Being at home hasn’t stopped class 3 from creating some amazing videos to let others know how to cross the road safely. We read the story Super Cat’s Road Safety […]
Today is the first day the KS1 bubble have spent at home. We had our first zoom meeting so that we all know what to expect on Monday and we […]
Children at Roughwood Primary School have dressed in spots today to support Children in Need. A big thank you to all parents and carers who made a donation!
“On the 11th Hour on the 11th Day of the 11th Month, WE WILL REMEMBER THEM” We held our Remembrance service on the KS2 yard today, distanced from each other, […]
This week we have been thinking about what makes us worry. First we shared the story “The huge bag of worries” and then we talked about how worries make us […]
We are inviting children back to school who are in Year 5 from Wednesday 24th June. Our Year 6 children wanted to show you what kinds of things you may […]
Children from Roughwood have really been thinking hard about how and what keeps their mind healthy as part of mental health awareness week. We thought about the different emotions we […]
In this week’s Zoom discussion, Class 5 have read the story “Lucy in Lockdown” and discussed the meaning of the story. Here are a few snapshots from the session.
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.
As part of our mental health week we did lots of work on courage. We discussed what courage was and children thought about times in their own life when they […]
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.
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 […]
Y3 and 4 have enjoyed a workshop with Mrs Foxley-Johnson this morning, exploring how to manage their emotions.
Y3 and 4 have had a really meaningful discussion with Mrs Foxley-Johnson this morning. The children have discussed what it means to be ‘brave’ and also how to read other […]
Class 6 have been Secret Santas this afternoon and have donated 25 bags of clothing to YMCA at St John’s Green, who will sell the clothes and donate the proceeds […]
We have enjoyed taking part in anti-bullying week. We started by reading Don’t Hog the Hedge. Hattie the Hedgehog was really kind and shared her hedge with her friends. We […]
We worked together to create our wreath, which is now proudly on display in our classroom.
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 […]
Children at Roughwood are in the process of setting up a break time shop to sell toast and smoothies. To help us set up our business, children visited Rockingham to […]
The children have learnt so much today at Crucial Crew. We have learnt about road safety, first aid, criminal responsibility, internet safety and hate crime. A very informative but fun […]
We read the story, it was hard to understand that words can change the way we feel. We used some role play to understand the different things we may say […]
In class 7 we looked at “Words and our heart”. Our question was – “Should you think before you speak?” We thought of lots of other interesting questions we could […]
Class 4 recently had a very though evoking conversation around words and the effect they can have. The question we came up was “how can words make you feel heartbroken?” […]
Class 2 shared the story words and your heart. We had a long discussion about how this made us feel and how our own hearts were affected. Not everyone agreed […]
Today Y3/S decided to hold their P4C session outside in our school environment. We thought what better way to discuss the impact our actions are having on the rainforest environment! […]
In Acorns this week, we have been talking about how we feel. We have come up with a simple way of finding out and tracking how everyone is feeling. We […]
We know that when we set our minds to it, we can achieve almost anything, but how can we keep our magic working well? This is our P4C question this […]
We have celebrated some magnificent achievements today and recognised some wonderful behaviours in children. Respect, Friendship and Excellence awards have been given out as well as Teacher Awards and our […]
This week in Nurture we have been reading ‘The Huge Bag of Worries’ We have talked about our worries, what it feels like when you are worried and what we […]
This week we are celebrating Diversity and today we have been working alongside Mrs Ann Foxley-Johnson from the Anti-Bullying Conpany!
We discussed what makes us happy, sad and angry and about how we know what others are feeling. After reading Lucy’s Blue Day we talked about how we show emotions […]
In Chestnuts, we have been thinking about our feelings. Our question this week is: What are feelings? And how do we know what feeling it is? We discussed […]
Does sadness spread as easy as happiness? This week in Class 2 we have been thinking about our wellbeing both physically and mentally. We have shared ideas on what we […]
Can you always see how someone is feeling? How can you change the way someone is feeling? This week we have been thinking about our well being both physically and […]
During P4C this week, Class 5 decided to discuss whether or not people can still feel emotions even when they might not show it. We talked in detail about […]
This week we have been thinking about healthy minds. We have begun our afternoons with mindfulness to help us to relax and recharge ready for learning. Our P4C discussion this […]
Mason has successfully completed the Healthy For Life programme. We are very proud of you Mason!
In PHSE this week, Class 5 thought about the difference between roles and responsibilities. They thought exceptionally hard about what their roles and responsibilities were as part of our school […]
In Y6, we have explored the meaning of a screwed up attendance certificate. The children pondered over whether it was done by someone with poor attendance as an act of […]
During our afternoon session this week, we discussed the importance of attending school! We talked about how we should always try to come to school when possible as school is […]
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 […]
Odd socks hit Stratford! A Roughwood and Rockingham taster of their collaboration performance of ‘odd socks’ – team ‘RoughRock’
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 2 have been investigating the question ‘How does paint dance?’ in our P4C sessions. We used the picture from ‘The Noisy Paint Box’ to explore this in more detail […]
We listened to the story ‘The Noisy Paintbox’Noisy Paintbox – Scanned and had a reflection time to understand what we have read/listened to. We then worked in pairs to come […]
After watching the story of The Noisy Paint Box, children voted on their favourite picture from the book as a stimulus for their P4C enquiry. This is the one […]
We used the stimulus of ‘The Noisy Paint Box’ for our P4C enquiry. We listened to the story and used 4 pictures from the book to discuss some questions. Each group […]