On Friday 1st February 2019, Year 6 classes started a new month with a very special workshop on Road Safety led by The Riot Act. The Riot Act (a road safety theatre company) had deliberately set up a scene, the aftermath of a road accident.
Last term we introduced a new homework structure with the aim of creating continuity in approach across the school. We also wanted an approach that would keep you up to date with what the children are learning in class. Parents are children’s first
To support their learning about World War II, Year 6 children visited the Tower of London on Monday. They were given the opportunity to consider a range of artefacts and engage with an actor who was in role as a soldier.
Monday 21st January was Martin Luther King Day, and the children learned a bit about the charismatic leader who made such a difference to the lives of black African- Americans. King had a dream. It was a simple one: The children concluded that
Dear Parents and Carers, We have an exciting term of music ahead of us including an orchestral day at the Royal Festival Hall on 11th February. Learning orchestral instruments is a great opportunity for all children.
From January all year 3-6 class assemblies will be held on Wednesdays at 11:30 am. You are warmly invited to attend your child’s class performance. Year 3-6 Star of the Week assembly has moved to Thursday at 11:30
Rotherhithe Primary School has introduced “Maths with Parents” to its mathematics curriculum this term. To find out more about how it works and how you can get involved, please click on the link here: http://www.mathswithparent
We hope parents found the phonics workshop held today useful. All children in Reception and years 1 & 2 are taught to use phonic strategies to help them read. In June, children from year 1 and some from year 2 will
Year 1 and 2 children had the fantastic opportunity of seeing a theatre show at Canada Water Theatre today. The children saw a play called the Mousehole Cat. Based on a well-known Cornish legend, this heartwarming story of the friendship between a
We hope you enjoyed the free bagels that we gave out on Wednesday 9th January. They were a taste of things to come. We are launching ‘breakfast bagels’ soon thanks to Magic Breakfast. These bagels will be available in class in the mornings.