Y4 had an amazing day embracing themselves in Anglo-Saxon life. Many a battle took place but no blood was shed.
Y4 have recreated the digestive system in Science. We all got a little messy in the process but they are becoming real experts when it comes to the human body systems.
Y5KW joined Titans Rugby this morning, taking good care of the golden egg!
Y6 have had a wonderful afternoon interviewing potential candidates for the role of School Councillor. We were all very impressed with their manifestos as well as their public speaking.
In Geography Y5 explored Africa via Google 🌎. Botswana looks very different from Rawmarsh!
Y5/6 joined Darcy Bussell for an afternoon of dance.
Y5 is currently investigating life cycles exploring the egg. Can you help us answer which came first the chicken or the egg?
As a Royal tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, Y5 worked hard to create their own Royal works of Art!
In years 2, 3, and 4 we had a great afternoon recently when we had a very special visitor in school Local farmer, Robbie who came in to talk to the children about life on the farm. He brought in different seeds and crops that the children could explore and he also answered so many […]
As part of our maths learning this week we have been using ten frames and counters to find one more and one less than a number.