Pupil Participation

"We have a culture in school where all children have a voice"


What our KS1 children say about us

What our KS2 children say about us

 What we do well

What we are not doing so well

Turkish Food Tasting in Year 5

Messy Maps in Year 4

What an amazing Jungle Experience the Year 1 children had this morning! 

Year 6 Football Competition

Year 3 Dance Off

KS2 Christmas Shows

12 Days at Rivelin -  Part 1, 2 and 3

Reception and KS1 Christmas Shows

Rivelin's Got Talent 2018

What amazing talent we have here at Rivelin - well done to all the children they really demonstrated their courage muscle.

Have a look, take a book!

The new bookcase caused quite a stir around school this week.

Music Assembly

Y6 Residential 2018 - PGL

Tortoise Visit in FS2

As part of our topic on Autumn and hibernating animals in FS2, we had some special visitors!  The children were able to find out how to care for a tortoise and all about how they hibernate. 

The Year 1 Children enjoyed an Autumn walk in Rivelin Valley 

Roman Day in Y4

As part of our Roman Empire topic work, the children spent the day with a visitor who transported them back into time to Roman Britain where they looked at clothes, money, catapults and even become soldiers!  


What an active Golden Time!

Y3 Stone Age Trip

The Year 3 children had a fantastic day at  Manor Lodge. They discovered how people survived in the harsh stone age conditions and they  had the opportunity to practice tracking and hunting, including making their own spears. 

Music Recital 2018

Over the course of this year, many children have been learning to play an instrument. They performed a music recital for all the children and parents to see the progress they have made over the year.

What an active Golden time!

Y2G were awarded the best class in KS1 - their treat was a trip to Jump!

Y6 Production 

Y4 Buddhist Centre Trip

The year 4 children visited the Sheffield Buddhist Centre in Walkley. The children had the opportunity to meet some Buddhists, they looked at Buddhist symbols and artefacts, they experienced taking part in drama activities and studying karma and the life of The Buddha.

Violin Recital Y3BG 2018

Violin Recital Y3R 2018

Guide Dog Assembly

Y4 Life as a Roman 

As part of the Roman Empire topic work in Year 4 some interesting visitors came into school. They spent the day with each Y4 class investigating and experiencing life as a Roman soldier and civilian. This was a huge success as the children had an immense amount of fun whilst learning valuable information about life as a Roman. They were transported back in time to the Roman era where they become soldiers and participated  in a battle, they also experienced what it was like to be a wealthy and important Roman.

Y6 Production - Shakespeare Rocks

Music Assembly

Mr Hawksworth comes into school on Thursday mornings to teach individual  and small group guitar lessons. During the whole school assembly last week, the children wowed us all with their creative  renditions of some very famous songs - the children are so talented. 

Orienteering Egg Hunt

Orienteering is an exciting and challenging outdoor sport that exercises both mind and body. The Year 1 children were able to navigate between control points marked on an orienteering map to find the many decorated eggs.


Y5W Carols at Loxley Court

On Thursday 15th December Miss Woods' class visited Loxley Court Sheltered Housing to sing carols for the residents.  

Christmas is always a good time to think about those who may be on their own over the festive period, the residents thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and can't wait for us to visit again!!




This summer a herd of elephant sculptures will descend on Sheffield for the biggest public art event the city has ever seen!

This exciting initiative brought to you by The Children’s Hospital Charity and Wild in Art will unite businesses, communities, artists and schools, and leave a lasting legacy for the city.

The elephant sculptures will be uniquely created and decorated showcasing the creativity of artists. The sculptures have been generously sponsored by local businesses and will go on display for 10 weeks during the summer of 2016. They will be joined by smaller elephant calves which are designed by local school children and teachers, which will appear in herds across the city.

As you can see our creation was a joint project by many individuals.