Category : Deafinitely

Soho Theatre - A day to remember!
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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On Friday 15th July, Year 4, 5 and 6 went to Soho Theatre to watch the play they had helped to write with Andrew and Laura from Mousetrap Theatre. There were three other schools there that had also written plays. We were very excited about seeing our play. Our best line from it was, “Roding […]

Music Extravaganza!
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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Ruth Montgomery visited our school as part of our Deaf Awareness Week. Ruth plays the flute and as Deaf adult is an excellent role model for our children. Ruth took the Nursery and Reception children on a musical journey to the seaside and the jungle. The older children joined in with her music workshops. They […]

Karate Kids!
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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Or Karate Kids put on a wonderful display of the new skills they have been learning at our Deaf Education Day and in a school assembly. They have been learning karate with Sensei Ian since the beginning of the summer term. The Karate Club is held every Monday lunchtime and is supported by a Communication […]

Deaf Education Day
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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On Wednesday 22nd June, Deaf and Hearing Impaired children and their parents from all over Redbridge came to Roding Primary School to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week. The children enjoyed the fun activities and made new friends. The parents attended workshops where they had the opportunity to find out more about Deafness and how they could […]

Handprint Theatre
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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All the children at Roding were entertained by ‘Handprint Theatre’, as part of Deaf Awareness Week. ‘Handprint Theatre’ are a group of actors who also sign. The children watched a play about Mrs Red and Mrs Yellow who learnt to get along together and share. The Year 6 children took part in drama workshops about […]

NDCS Fingerspellathon
9 months, 2 weeks ago 0
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All the children at Roding had a fantastic time taking part in the NDCS Fingerspellathon. We were all so impressed with how well all the children could fingerspell and their enthusiasm towards the event. We were lucky to have the NDCS come and launch the event in our school assembly and teach the children some […]

1 year ago 0
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A lady from the NDCS came to teach us how to be a good Peer Buddy. Her name is Isabel. She taught us how to listen to other people and how to make our Buddy feel good. We are going to be a buddy for another Deaf child and help them. Year 5

1 year ago 0
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On Wednesday 25th May the NDCS Listening Bus came to visit us. The people on the bus showed us flashing door bells and vibrating alarms. They had different sorts of technology to help us listen to music. We all had a chance to listen to some music, it sounded really good. My mum came to […]

1 year ago 0
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On Thursday afternoons Mousetrap Theatre has been coming to do some Drama work with the Deaf children in Year 4, 5 and 6. Laura teaches us fun games to play and signs to us. Today we did a little play about meeting someone we wanted to ask a question to. We then all found an […]

1 year, 1 month ago 0
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On Friday 22nd April, the deaf children in Year 4, 5 and 6 went to a theatre in Greenwich in London to see a play called ‘James and the Giant Peach’. On the stage there were actors performing for us and a fake giant peach. The giant peach spun around and we could see inside […]