We were artists in residence today painting portraits of Queen Victoria. We have built up our art skills over the last few weeks to look at colour mixing for skin tone and developing texture. We did an amazing job and they should be in an art gallery!
Year 2 have been learning skills which Victorians would have used. We designed our own remembrance poppies and then worked with fabric to do running stitches. We are really proud of our DT work!
Our Y6 students recently took part in a live Q&A with a teacher from Rawmarsh Community School. In the session, one of the RCS teachers explained to students what school life is like for Y7s and answered a series of questions posed by the students. Take a look at the video below ⬇
Class 2 sang a socially distanced song ‘We will remember them’ to commemorate Armistice day. What beautiful lyrics! Lest we forget.
In Science this term, Y6 have been trying to answer the question ‘How does light travel?’.
Throughout lockdown and during the summer holidays, something magical appeared in our Foundation Stage outdoor area. Our children returned to brand new Outdoor Provision, featuring den-making posts, Get Set Go blocks, vehicle tracks, chalkboards, and so much more! Our Foundation Stage children here at Rawmarsh Ashwood have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to learn, play and […]
Year 2 celebrated their pirate topic by coming to school dressed as pirates for the day.