Children were taught how to stay safe in the woodlands and spot potential hazards. They also looked at staying within certain boundaries. The children were given time to explore the woodlands and use their imagination. The teacher then hid name cards in the woodland for the children to find.
Sheffield Children's University (CU) was established in 2008 and now has over 44,000 members who have collectively taken part in around 3 million hours of high quality learning outside of normal school hours! The Children’s University celebrates children and young people’s achievements with award certificates and badges. Learning can be at either CU subscribed schools [...]
A huge thank you for your donations made as part of Red Nose day on Friday 19th March. Royd raised £350.45. Your generous donations will enable Comic Relief to continue to make a difference to the lives of millions of people across the UK and around the world. For more information visit: https://www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday/
Our Eco monitors were very busy checking the bins in classrooms last week to ensure everyone in school is recycling effectively. DON'T FORGET there is still time for your child to enter The Great Busta bake competition! There are some DELICIOUS PRIZES up for grabs! A reminder for how to enter the competition: -Students need [...]
For Arts Week, the children in Class 1 and Class 2 read the story 'Billy's Bucket'. We then did lots of art activities based on the story. These included making clay starfish, making bubble wrap jellyfish, painting our own under the sea scene and lots more. We are really proud of our achievements!
On Thursday 4th March 2021 we celebrated World Book Day. We all dressed up as our favourite characters from our favourite books. The children read the story 'Room on the Broom' by Julia Donaldson and completed some activities based on the story. These included making a potion, making a broomstick and designing and making a [...]