World Book Day 2021
March 4th 2020
This year we enjoyed a VIRTUAL World Book Day celebration. Children dressed up at home and shared their amazing costumes and favourite books in our zoom assemblies. We also had a World Book Day competition and the children made bookmarks and finger puppets. You can see the winners in the gallery below.
Nite Owl visit
November 10th 2020
In line with this half-term’s EYFS topic ‘Day and Night’, and Year 1’s ‘Senses’, the Nite Owls came in to do a special demonstration for the children. Seeing the beautiful and fascinating birds flying in the hall has inspired some great artwork, too. You can see it in the gallery below.
New Neon Rokesly Hoodies
November 16th 2020
New neon Rokesly hoodies are available to buy from the PSA. They look amazing and will help everyone to BE SEEN on the way to and from school – especially now the days are shorter!
Happy Diwali to all our Rokesly Families
November 6th 2020
The children have been finding out all about Diwali this week. They have listened to the story in our special assembly, made and painted diva lamps and created rangoli patterns as part of our celebrations. Happy Diwali everyone!
♥ROKESLY♥ WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER - EVEN WHEN WE ARE ALL APART
April 3rd 2020
Rokesly Infant and Nursery school is closed to all but a small number of children. School staff are working on a rota to look after a group of children whose parents are essential workers.
During this time of National school closure, we think it is important to stay in touch, give you updates, and also give your child tasks and activities to support their learning at home.
Visit the page below to find the latest message from your child’s class teacher
Happy Ramadan 2020 to all our Rokesly families spending the holy month in prayer, fasting and reflection. May your homes be filled with warmth and peace. We were very lucky last week to receive a special delivery from Hamza and his mum – some delicious Ramadan treats to share while we are working. Thank you Hamza!
School Memories Week
Theme Week October 2019
Thank you to all our lovely parents and family members who came in to school to share their school memories with the children.
The children also learned about history beyond living memory with trips to Bruce Castle Museum. We also had Victorian classrooms, country dancing and traditional games here in school. It was a lot of fun and we hope the week inspired some school memories for the children to cherish when they are older.