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Doctor! Doctor!


Doctor! Doctor!

It’s been a busy week at Rownhams as we draw this half term to a close. We have had two outcomes and a great presentation from our Young Carers. It’s better to hear straight from our children so in today's blog you can read our reports from our News Team and two match reports from our footballers.

Moses continued, "The Lord your God will raise up for a prophet like me from along your fellow Israelites. You must listen to him."

Deuteronomy 18:15

Year 3/4 Doctor! Doctor! outcome:

On Wednesday, Year 3/4 had their ‘Doctor Doctor’ outcome. Many parents said that they enjoyed the many activities, including the much needed meditation and healthy diet planning. At the end, Leo W and Lucy T showed off all the wonderful home learning. Teacher Mr Warner said he was proud of his students and he was looking forward to their next project.

By Oskar W

Year 5/6 Harry Potter outcome:

On Tuesday the 11th of February, years 5 and 6 had their outcome of Harry Potter. All of year 5 / 6 children performed a dance and showed their movies that they filmed in lessons. They performed science experiments that used separating two solids or liquids using filters. They also showed parents/carers how to work movie maker and how they used green screen to film. Over the term, they were taught how to write a newspaper report and they showed these at their outcome. From a year 6 point of view, ‘we enjoyed it very much’. Now they can’t wait to see what their next topic!

By Ruby B

Young Carers Presentation:

This Monday we had an assembly about Romsey young carers and how they help people. In the assembly, the children in the Romsey young carers group said speeches about how it feels to be a young carer. Romsey young carers is a charity that helps young carers that live around the Romsey area and lets them know they are not alone and people are going through the same things as them. Every Thursday evening after school, they hold a club where young carers can do activities and have a lot of fun. On Mondays, they hold support groups where they get to bake cakes have birthday parties and make pom poms.

By Alex E and Tiffany M

Football report:

There were two teams, group A & B, Charlie & George played in Group B and others such as Ben, Farren, Dylan, James, Oswald, Finley & Jake played in group A. We had seven matches, we drew three, lost one and won three. The top scores were Dylan, Oswald, Ben, James & Farren. Oswald scored after Dylan had booted the ball up the pitch and Oswald toe-punted it next to the goalkeeper & scored. A big thank you to all of the teachers and PE coordinators who organised the tournament “

By Charlie C & George M-C

Behaviour Policy
We have updated our Behaviour Policy to reflect our current practice. Over the last two years, we have been adapting our approach to mirror our desired culture, ethos and to meet the needs of our children. We strongly believe in creating a happy and productive atmosphere that is underpinned by strong relationships between adults and children, and children and adults. We also believe in being overwhelmingly positive and maintaining calm at all times. You can read more about core principles in behaviour management and our approach in the new policy, which will be online from today (click here).


Staff news!
We have some exciting news to share for two of our members of staff. Mrs Shiers and Mrs Phillips are both expecting a baby in the summer! They are planning to begin their maternity from sometime in May but, of course, we will keep you updated as we know more and which teacher will be covering.

I am sure you will join me in wishing them both congratulations!


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