How many books has your child read this week? With Christmas fast approaching we decided to help you with some Christmas present ideas for your children…books! Reading is very important to us at Rotherhithe.
On Monday 13th November 2017 all children in Key Stage 1 and 2 took part in anti-bullying workshops, delivered
Our year five Cutty Sark have been studying science this week. This weeks project is about thermal conductors. Materials that are good conductors of thermal energy (heat)
Friday 17th November is Children In Need Day! Please come to school wearing spots in exchange for £1. We will be talking more about children in need on Monday in assembly.
We are looking for parent volunteers to read with children in school. If you could dedicate an afternoon each
This week children from Reception to Y6 took part in a puzzle workshop led by The Puzzle Company. Teamwork and perseverance skills were tested to the limit! Children thoroughly enjoyed
Its the first week back after the half term break and we are already hard at work here at Rotherhithe Primary School. This morning, we caught up with Jonathon, our music teacher who was busy working with some children studying the composer Johann Pachelbel. Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706) was a German composer and organist known almost exclusively…
It’s Friday 20th October 2017 and the last day of term; however, the school is looking busier than ever as all of the children are dressed up for Big Me Day 2017. So what is Big Me Day? Well, today both children and staff members have dressed up as what they want/ wanted to be when…
Welcome back to RPS Newsround. Its the last day of term and the news team are back with some great news and reminders about the term thats just completed and the new term coming. To watch the news, please click on the play button below.
Welcome to RPS Newsround and our first video blog for the new term. In this round up, our brand new news team give us the low down on some amazing forthcoming events, some timely news on Secondary School applications and much more. To watch this months newsround, please click on the play button below.