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David Ross Education Trust schools create a rich and exciting learning environment that inspires students to become their confident, academic best.

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Rockingham Primary School

At Rockingham we are committed to being an inclusive school, providing the best possible standard of education for every child.

Enrichment

Enrichment is an important part of life at Rockingham Primary.

Our Enrichment Team

                                                           

Our children have the opportunity to participate in a range of extra-curricular activities during their time with us at Rockingham. 

Enrichment is a key driver for both our school and our academy sponsor – David Ross Education Trust. We provide a broad range of enrichment opportunities - Sports, the Arts and Culture - as we firmly believe that these opportunities have many benefits for our children, both academically and personally by broadening their life experiences.

 

Click here to see our personal development calendar for the current academic year.  This is updated termly. 

 

 

At Rockingham Primary we believe enrichment helps to develop the following skills:

  • Determination to succeed
  • Teamwork
  • Winning and losing with grace
  • Respect for others
  • Tolerance
  • Self Confidence
  • A sense of fun and enjoyment
  • Creativity
  • Focus and attitude
  • Awareness of health and wellbeing

Academies across the Trust are encouraged to work collaboratively to make the most of the opportunities on offer.

What has this included this year?

Autumn Term 21

DARE programme for Y5 September - December

Y5 Pupil

“Peer pressure is when someone who is similar in age to you tries to get you to do something you do not want to do.”

National Poetry Day October 21

Y6 Pupil

“If you read our poem Refugees from top to bottom, it sounds like refugees are not working.  When you read it from bottom to top, then you realise that the refugees are working.  Everyone who comes to the UK should have the right to work.”

 KS1 trip to St Columbas Church

Coding taster session Classes 11 and 12

 Y6 Pupil

“I enjoyed every second of the lesson because I was always interested in how games were made.  The Kodu lesson taught me a lot about coding.”

Animation workshop Class 10

Roman day LKS2

Children in Need

Y3 Pupil

“I was excited as Pudsey Bear has not been to our school before.”

 NSPCC Speak out Stay Safe

Y6 Pupil

“Every child should have food, water and a place to live.  Without food and water you would not be able to survive.”

 Online Safety workshops with Simon Aston from NCC

Y5 Pupil

"Block, report, and tell a trusted adult if anything happens that makes you feel sad"

Christmas Song Competition

LKS2 Christingle service at St Columbas church

DRET Santa Run

EYFS Nativity

 

Spring Term 22

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