Diamond Class

The teacher in Diamond class is Mrs Rounce.  In the morning Mrs Smith teaches Year 2 and 3 in Sapphire Class. Mrs Glover and Miss Wollington support teaching and learning in Diamond class.


Home learning tasks can be found on Google classroom

Recent Activities

Forest schools – Roman Shields

We started this week’s forest schools with an exciting experiment. We tested the Roman Shields we made the previous week with water pistols!

The other activities were also lots of fun. Some of us took turns in whittling our own Roman daggers out of Willow, tried our hands at playing Roman dice games or made our own Roman coil pots. We still had time to find various shaped goals and a shield bug!


We started the year by reading Roald Dahl’s autobiography and then we wrote our own.

Samba Music

We have been learning about Samba music from the South America this term.

Students have been playing different rhythms on samba instruments. We have used Surdos (big drums) Tambarims (small drums) A-Go-Go bells and Gansas (shakers). Students have been working on following a conductor, different sections in the music and ostinato rhythms (repeated rhythms).

Forest Schools – Self Portraits

As part of our autobiography work, we all made our self-portraits using natural materials from the outdoors. Do you think they look like us?

Roman Day

Diamond Class visited the Castle Museum Norwich to learn all about the Romans. We had to decide whether we voted for the Celtic life or for the changes that the Romans brought. What would you have voted for?

Timeline of British History

The children looked at key events in British history and considered when they may have happened. They then worked with a partner to arrange the events on a timeline, looking carefully at the dates.

Spelling – Prefix and Suffix

In Year 5 and Year 6 we have been learning about prefixes and suffixes in our spelling lessons then ensuring we use words containing them in all our writing.

Forest Schools – First Lesson

We all had a warm welcome to this, our first forest school lesson this year. We started with a tennis ball game to enhance our listening skills and discussed the group rules on how to keep ourselves and the environment safe, and how to help ourselves and others achieve.

Our activities included creating a stick journey by winding coloured braids and objects we picked up around a stick and used a sound map to help us pinpoint the sounds we could hear around us.

The Norfolk Broads

Diamond Class are learning about the Norfolk Broads. Today they researched birds of the area. Cora said she has seen a bittern and a kingfisher before. We listened to the boom that a bittern makes on the ‘Norfolk Wildlife Trust‘ website. 

In our ‘Circles’ collective worship, we have been discussing these questions:

Pupil voice from circles collective worship groups

When someone behaves badly, how hard do you try to forgive and forget?

  • Ignore annoying behaviour
  • Accept apologies
  • We try hard
  • Could we get house points for forgiving?
  • It can be hard to forgive and forget
  • If they continue, tell and adult
  • Say sorry, even when you haven’t meant to hurt or upset someone

How does school help you to make positive choices?

  • School makes me happy
  • Teachers help us talk things through
  • Reflection time
  • Teachers check we are happy after a conflict
  • Consequences
  • We are helped to talk to each other
  • Teachers listen
  • Help in lessons
  • Having a break from people helps sometimes

Fleggburgh Primary School
Main Road, Fleggburgh, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR29 3AG

Executive Headteacher - Mrs Hayley Sonnex
Head of School - Mrs Ingrid Rounce
SENCo - Mrs C Laband

Contact Lisa Phillimore or Tina Cogdell in the school office
Telephone: 01493 369283
Email: office@fleggburgh.norfolk.sch.uk