This week, Y6 have focused on recycling and the effects of this on our school, at home, the wider community and the planet. During our P4C session, we looked at […]
As part of our reading into writing process, the children in class 6 have been reading the book called ‘Cosmic’ and have analysed how Liam Digby feels at different parts […]
In Chestnuts today we learnt all about the importance of brushing our teeth regularly and correctly. We had a go at brushing our teeth in class and have added our […]
As part of our learning about space in class 6, the children have completed a range of resilience challenges during their astronaut training day and undergone a range challenges to […]
During our PSHE lessons, Year 6 have learnt how to deal with a minor head injury and have produced short videos to inform other children of what to do if […]
In KS1 today we were lucky enough to have another workshop with WMIM. Today we created our own worry monsters using craft materials that we can take home and use. […]
Today in class 3 we have completed our fourth lesson of my happy minds. We learnt more about happy breathing and how we can use it when we are feeling […]
In Year 5 in our first week back, the children have thought carefully about who will be appointed for 2022-23 as our class’ School Councillors. After generating thought showers of […]
To help our children with their worries each class has a worry monster. We had a group discussion of our worries and explained how we can write down our worries […]
We had a fantastic first P4C today in our class! We read our transition text, ‘Something Else’ as the stimulus, and generated lots of philosophical questions about the themes of […]
Before transition to Year 6 begins, the children in Year 5 begin their balanced arguments by engaging in the debate, ‘Is social media a good thing? There were some extremely […]
Today, children who have completed application forms and successfully completed the Restorative Practice modules have taken their final Kahoot Quiz. We are pleased to say that all children have passed […]
During our Restorative Practise learning sessions, we’ve been learning about active listening and we used freeze frames to show what positive active-listening looks like. We learnt how important open body […]
This week our School Council were lucky enough to have a Zoom call with MP Sarah Champion. We got the opportunity to ask her lots of questions about her role […]
Today our RP Reps have completed further training and delivered an assembly to the whole school about Restorative Practice. Restorative practice is about building strong relationships so that everyone can […]
Show Racism the Red Card’s annual Wear Red Day will be taking place on 22nd October 2021. So today we showed our support and all children and staff wore red. […]
It has been great to see our Playground Friends supporting games outside this lunchtime. Sports leaders have also been busy running sports on the playground too.
Mrs Graham’s new class had a fantastic P4C session this afternoon in the sun, all about being kind to our friends … Our question was: is it ever right to […]
Year 6 have enjoyed their last week at Roughwood this week before moving on to secondary school. To celebrate the end of a profound journey at Roughwood children have created […]
As part of Our PHSE we looked at how people can be the same but different. We used a stimulus which was a book titled, “same, same but different” to […]
Year 4 have been learning all about teeth in Science, finding out about the different teeth we have and thinking how we keep them clean and healthy. This afternoon, Class […]
In P4C today, we watched a video about some birds being unkind to another bird, just because he looked different to them. This led to some excellent question generating! Here […]
Y3S began looking at capacity and volume in maths today. We had also been doing lots of discussion in PHSE/P4C about what makes people unique and how people are different. […]
As part of our DT and PHSE learning, Class 4 today made home made vegetable soup, fruit salad, aswell as trying lots of different fruit juices they’d not tried before. […]
Class 3 have spent the afternoon thinking about how they use the internet and how they keep themselves safe whilst using it. As a class they have come up with […]
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, […]
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.
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.
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 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 […]