Pupil Well Being Workshop

TUESDAY 18 JUNE A reminder that we are running a workshop for parents and carers looking at Pupil Wellbeing on Tuesday 18 June from 6.30pm – 7.30pm. In advance of the new RSE curriculum, which will be statutory from 2020, we are holding a parent’s consultation evening to gather your views and thoughts on the topic. Miss Hassett, Head of Wellbeing at Rosendale will lead the session and we will be joined on the evening by Janis Marsh PSHE, EHWB and Healthy Schools Coordinator from Lambeth. We are keen to work in partnership with parents and hope to see as many of you there as possible.

If you would like to book childcare (for school age children (4-11) only) during the session please email parentcommunications@rosendale.cc.

Advertisements

Important Trip Letter

Today you will find this letter n your child’s book bag.

The children have been carrying out fantastic maths and writing work. Well done!! Hope you all have a great weekend .

Forest School

We are planting hollyhocks, sedum, fennel in the forest school area. We are also planting foxgloves in pots to go in the greenhouse. They are biennial so will flower next year.

The children have used rope to look at different knots and have had fun trying out their shelter!

Planting and halving in RGJ

The children got to prepare their own pot to put their cress seeds inside. Everyone got to write their name on their pot and find a place for it on the windowsill.

In maths we carried out halving problems using concrete objects.

IMPORTANT TRIP INFORMATION 

In order for us to plan the trip, we need all letters returned ASAP. Unfortunately if we don’t hear back from parents, we will assume we don’t have enough parents taking their own children and we will be unable to go on the trip.

Please return the letter (or just tell me whether you will take your own child) by Monday 10th June.

Many thanks

 

Solving Doubling Problems in RGJ

We worked in our Kagan partners to solve practical doubling problems picking up objects from our classroom.

This afternoon the children carried on enjoying using the story bags to come up with their own narratives using storytelling language.

Before the end of the day we play the game ‘sausages’ and Miss D and myself had a go at guessing who was saying the word in a funny voice. The children really enjoyed finding out how hard it was for us to guess who the voice belonged to! 🙂