Every Tuesday after school (3.20 - 4.20), Science Mania is run by Professor Kaos.
Everyone who goes to science mania has a blast!
Each week we get souvenir to take home; it’s usually something we have made in Science Mania. So far we have had: a pot of colourful goo (made out of 2 chemicals), a rhyme to learn the order of the planets, a pot of Shrek’s swamp sand, a green compass and a crystal.
In science mania, we have been creating explosions! We sent a rocket up into the sky from our own school field.
Another time, we put vinegar …
At hula hooping club we are learning how to hula hoop and do tricks. At the beginning of each lesson we have to do a warm up which includes: putting your hoop in your hands above your head and twisting your arms; doing the same but with your hands down by your side and twisting; rolling your head side to side back and forth and wiggling your chin. Sometimes you get bruises because the hoops are weighted.
We are practising a routine for the summer fair, which is on the Saturday 25th of May 2016, at Romsey primary school. Miss Culver started …
Break times & Lunchtimes are a very important time for all of the children here at Romsey Primary School, so I thought it would be a great thing to write about, here in my blog.
At the moment, Year 6 have got a section of the field as a treat after their SATS so if you can please can you warn your children to stay away from it please as they deserve it.
Also, some lunchtime’s people who work at Sports School come play sports with all years from Year R – Year 6.
Every day at break times tuck goes on. …
In P.E we have been doing street dance for one lesson and quick-sticks for another. In our free time we play diamond nine which is a type of cricket.
So the game (diamond nine) is where four people stand in front of a wicket (one wicket each) and one bowler stands in the middle of the diamond with cones forming a diamond.
Quick-sticks is a mini hockey game but with the name quick-sticks. There are two games going on at the same time, with two referees in each game.
The rules are:
You start in the centre of the …
Change4life club, which is a fun, healthy activity club, started in January. It is run by Zian and Isabeau, who are in year six. Our goal is to get children into sports, but we also like to teach them how to live a healthy lifestyle. This week in change4lifeclub the theme is exercise videos – also we included some dancing. When we do our exercise videos and dancing we always have a drink: drinking is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. Some of the moves in our exercise videos have some movements that we have to do …
In our unit of ICT, we have been learning how to blog. We started this in summer term.
Blogging is an online diary; anyone can write a blog. They keep the public up-to-date with the website. It is important to blog because people need to know what you’re doing and you find out what is going on all around the world. Our year six blogs are all about our lessons, clubs and the special events going on in our school. Keep on reading to find out about the special events.
So we can find out what you think about the blog, …
Romsey Primary School & Nursery is a very special place. The children are amazing and we have the most dedicated staff who put the children at the heart of every decision. Ofsted has judged us to be Good in every aspect of what we offer. We are lucky to be one of only a handful of schools in Hampshire that have a maintained nursery, which allows us to nurture and inspire children from below three to eleven years old!
Our site and grounds are fantastic. The school was built in 2007 and has a real ‘wow’ factor; we have spacious grounds with an adventure trail, our own pond and woodland area bursting with trees, bushes and plants used for outdoor learning and play.
The children are ‘very proud to come to school‘. Behaviour is good and ‘pupils are enthusiastic about their learning’. Children enjoy their learning and have a positive attitude to lessons. Teaching ‘is consistently good and underpins the rise in standards and the rapid progress pupils make’ (Ofsted 2014).
We have a strong sense of the ‘Romsey Family’ and this is a significant strength of the school. We have a thriving PTA and positive and purposeful relationships with parents and the wider community. However, don’t take my word for it: come and visit us to see the children actively learning and playing and get a feel for what it is like to be part of the Romsey Family!