The children at RFPS have loved our learning based around the book “Here We Are!” by Oliver Jeffers. Here are just a few examples of the fabulous work completed. How amazing our children are! #CLPEWordsForTheWorld #OliverJeffers
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From Monday 8th June RFPS will be open for all Reception and Year 1 children. However, things will be slightly different – please see the videos below for more information.
Over the next week, we will be selecting some Year 4 pupils to take part in a Reading competition which will be ran by the local library. We will be creating a team and the team will take part in activities, such as book-related quizzes in a fun atmosphere and compete against other schools in […]
Rugby Free Primary School will be entering a Christmas Tree in the ‘Festival of Christmas Trees’ exhibition at St Andrew’s Church in Rugby. Every child has made a Christmas decoration to go on the tree and it would be really lovely if you could go and vote for our tree at the church. There will […]
On Monday, Year 3 visited the THINKTANK Museum in Birmingham. We split off into our groups and explored lots of different Sciencey things, from how bodies work, to past mechanics and engineering. We also had a ‘Magnets and Forces’ workshop with one of their experts. We learnt about how they work and we even got to […]
Congratulations to the children who have been elected to become part of Rugby Free Primary’s pupil Parliament. These children are: Year 1 – Theo, Roman, Calleigh Year 2 – Zara, Kieran, Sophie Year 3 – Skye, Bonnie, Sydney Year 4 – Minal, Annabelle Chinalurum
On Thursday 26th September 2019, RFPS celebrated European Languages Day. How exciting! We choose to study European Languages Day because lots of people around us speak different languages and at RFPS we want to celebrate all of the different cultures we have here at our school and all around our world. We find it fascinating […]
On Friday, Year 2 took part in lots of different activities to celebrate Roald Dahl day. They created their own poem in the style of Roald Dahl, took part in a quiz about his life and they even invented their very own chocolate bars just like Willy Wonka! They had a fantastic day celebrating their […]
This week we saw Reception performing their ‘End of Year’ show. It was a reflection on their first year at school and they showcased their adventure in the form of a bedtime story. All of the children were absolutely incredible and their Teachers couldn’t be any prouder! Well done to each and every one of […]
This week, we had two amazing sports days. Reception and Year 1 had theirs at school on Thursday and they enjoyed lots of different activities. Everyone showed greats sportsmanship by cheering each other on and supporting each other. Years 2 and 3 went to the athletics track to do their sports day and it was […]
On Tuesday 11th June 2019, Year Two went to visit a Mosque because they have been learning about Islam in their SMSC lessons. It was a rainy morning however the trip was fascinating. The Imam (priest) taught the children about lots of the similarities between the Islamic and Christian faith. Year Two enjoyed seeing the […]
Our D & T project this half term was to test a product on the market and research the taste, texture and ingredients. We researched flapjack before adapting the recipe to create our own. We chose marshmallows, sultanas, mixed dried fruits, apricots and chocolate chips. They were delicious!
On Monday, Year 3 visited Cadbury World as part of their Scrumdiddlyumptious topic. They learnt about the history of the Cadbury family and how they improved living conditions by creating Bournville. They had an opportunity to learn about chocolate through the ages, manipulate chocolate including writing their names in chocolate, sample their own chocolate pots […]
On Friday 7th June RFPS celebrated World Ocean’s Day, particularly focusing on litter pollution. Reception read a story about the ocean called ‘The Journey’ and explored how litter effects the ocean and the sea creatures. We then represented this in our own artwork. Some children created posters and made a mini Ocean to portray pollution […]
This week we had some special visitors in Reception, in the form of Amphibians. Tilly and Terrance the Tortoises joined us for a few days and we got to learn all about them and why we shouldn’t call them Turtles! We got to hold them, feed them and even bathe them. A special thank you […]
On Thursday, Year 2 walked to the top of the road to conduct a traffic survey. Before we left we made predictions and lots of children thought that we would see the most lorries as there are lots of factories in our local environment. Whilst we were there, we created a tally chart of each […]
To launch our new topic ‘Commotion in the Ocean’, Reception were given the task of either creating 3D models of different Sea creatures, or creating a diary of an experience they had over Easter. We almost fell over in amazement with the results of their hard work, so much so we wanted to display them […]
We have had a fabulous morning in Year 3 sharing our learning with our parents and peers. We have made sentence fortune tellers, story dice, completed interactive spelling and grammar quizzes and much much more. Thank you to all our parents for their support.
On Thursday, Year 1 performed their Easter Production, ‘Here comes Jesus’. The children have all worked really hard to learn their lines and the catchy songs. Thank you to everyone who came to watch and we hope you have a great Easter!
This week, three prizes were up for grabs for the children who have been participating in the reading challenge. Don’t forget to read regularly and have your reading diaries signed so that you can also be in with a chance to win at the end of the year. Good luck!
It was world art day on Friday 5th April for Rugby Free and we celebrated this special day by spending the whole day practicing art skills and being super creative! Each year group had a particular artist and image to look at and we either recreated that image or created our own interpretation of that […]
This week, Year 3 proudly presented their play Cinderella and Rockerfella. They have worked extremely hard to put their play together and we are very proud of them!
On Tuesday, Year 2 visited a Garden Centre to learn more about Plants. The trip was amazing. Although the weather wasn’t ideal, we managed to hunt through a secret garden and identify many plants we’d never seen before. Miss Bailey also tried to trick Year 2 by hiding some difficult facts for them to find […]
On Monday, Year 2 were very lucky to have a Beekeeper called Ray come and visit them as part of their ‘Scented Garden’ topic. Ray bought in a Beehive and taught Year 2 all about the different parts that help extract honey for us to eat. Year 2 even had the opportunity to try a […]
Year 1 had a very special visitor on Wednesday. A lady called Sarah Condry (a guide dog trainer) came into school with her dog Luna to see all the children for our Paws, Claws and Whiskers topic. We learnt a lot about the job of a guide dog and what you need to do as […]
On Tuesday Year 1 had an English Inspire Workshop where both children and adults took part in many different activities to support the understanding of how English is taught at RFPS. We created our own stories using story stones, practiced our letter formation, matched contractions, used Now Press Play to role play a pirate story […]
On Tuesday Year 1 visited Twycross Zoo. They saw lots of different animals including gorillas, zebra, giraffes, meerkats and leopards. During the visit they got to take part in an educational talk all about herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Year 1 saw elephant teeth, cheetah teeth and stroked a tortoise.
Friday 8th March 2019 is International Women’s Day. At RFPS we have celebrated this day by learning about influential women. Year 1 learnt about Mary Anning and Amelia Earhart, Year 2 learnt about Frida Kahlo, Mary Anning and Coco Chanel and Year 3 have learnt J. K. Rowling. Throughout the day the children took part […]
What a fantastic response we had for World Book Day! Staff and children enjoyed dressing up as their favorite book character. We were so impressed with the costumes that we asked each year group, in assembly, for a fashion show! We also did lots of amazing work based around a book called ‘The Flower’ over […]
Year 3 pupils and staff had an incredible time at the Hindu temple in Leicester today. They went as part of our Religious Education curriculum on Hinduism. They came back so excited about the beautiful building that they had seen and the ornate carvings etc. They were spoken to about what Hindus believe in, how […]
Year Three have had great fun making their own seismographs to measure the movement of the earth’s plates and then testing how they work. We have realised that in design technology we use a whole host of skills including maths, science and speaking and listening.
In Year 2 we have been learning about our similarities and differences. We have been celebrating all of the things that make us individual and have been learning to respect each others views and opinions. Year 2 believe that if we were all the same, the world wouldn’t be as exciting as it. We love […]
Dear Parents and Carers RE: Proposed new starting and finishing times – September 2019 Following the announcement in the newsletter a few weeks ago informing you that we are considering staggered start and finish times next year, I wanted to write to you to let you know what we are planning to implement. However, it […]
Reception’s Topic for this half term is all about fairy tale stories. This is to help our story language and writing. Last week, we were focusing on the ‘Gingerbread Man’ and on Thursday we made some yummy Gingerbread Men of our own. We made the dough, cut out our men and placed them in the oven […]
Year 3 have been investigating the strength of different rocks by testing whether finger scratches, coins or nails leave a mark. We’ve had fun trying to find the evidence to test our predictions.
Year 3’s text this term is ‘The Pebble in my Pocket’. We used the language from the text to help us create vivid images of a volcano before annotating them with vocabulary from the text. We have also been writing group poems based on a pebble linked to our science and curriculum topic. We collected […]
A huge thankyou to the Friends of Rugby Free Primary School who have kindly bought the following for school. We are incredibly lucky to have such a dedicated team of parents to help enhance our learning with such wonderful resources!
On Wednesday Year 1 had the fire brigade in to tell them all about how to stay safe in the event of a fire. We learnt how to alert people when there is a fire and how to get to the nearest exits. We learnt about good and bad fires and what to do if […]