♥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!
Rokesly Virtual Spring Cakes
April 14th 2020
Thanks for sharing your delicious Easter and Spring themed cake creations. Please keep sending your pictures to
and I will add them to the gallery below for everyone to see.
March 8th 2020
Thanks to the parents, children and other helpers who gave up their Sunday morning to dig, plant, get muddy and set up the new areas in the Reception playground. The weather held and the results are great. Thank you.
World Book Day March 5th 2020
This year at Rokesly Infants and Nursery we were treated to a riot of colourful character costumes for World Book Day. As well as dressing up, the children also brought in their favourite books to share and staff visited different classes to share a story, too. It was an incredible day – thanks for all the help from our brilliant Rokesly families!
Goodbye Key Worker pod
July 17th 2020
This week we said a final farewell to our last pod of Key Worker children. Since March, the children have been coming in to school while their parents do essential work to help the country through the crisis. We have loved working with the children and they have grown into a very special Rokesly family all of their own. On our last day, they celebrated being together with a special party.
Rokesly Joy Day - Elf Day!
December 6th 2019
Thank you to all our helpers for making Joy Day so special this year. This Joy Day we celebrated Elf day and raised almost £250 for people affected by dementia. Find out how your donations will help at: https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/elfday
The decorations you helped to create have transformed the school, too. Thank you.
Year 1 Festive Show
The Girl, The Bear and the Magic Shoes – Thursday 12th and Monday 16th December
The stage is set and Year 1 parents and carers are invited to this term’s big year group show. And this year due to popular demand, there will be TWO chances to catch the show. Expect lots of singing and dancing in this show based on the book by Julia Donaldson.
Masked Crusaders say ENGINES OFF!
November 8th 2019
Polution around schools is a real problem for our children and we are always looking for ways to tackle it. We joined the campaign because we want people to turn their engines off rather than letting idling engines polute our air. In the week before half term we had an assembly about engine idling, and spoke to the children about why it’s not good, and how we can all tackle it. Over half term the children made their own fun ‘anti-pollution masks’ out of recycled material-look in a handy ‘How to’ guide in book bags.
On Friday 8th November, the children used their masks to transform into ‘Masked Crusaders’ against engine idling, along with children in other schools across London.
See our story in the Metro here:
and in the Ham and High here:
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.
Lots happened while you were away
Summer works 2019
The mound has finally been removed and replaced with a beautiful lawned area. It will still be a while before it is ready to use, but we think it looks fantastic.
The mound has gone!
Haringey council worked with Jason and Kulvinder over the summer to make sure all works were completed ready for the start of term. As well as the new grass, we also have new fencing and planting around the reception and nursery playgrounds. We also installed new flooring and redecorated all three reception classrooms ready for the new children in September. It all looks amazing!