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23/10/19

Great to see so many of the children enjoying their new books today! https://t.co/jo0iPZb5EA

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23/10/19

Parents the Book Fair will be open after school if you want to come in and purchase some books with your children https://t.co/tDnfnmESNi

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23/10/19

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BMAT sixth forms launch unique curriculum packages.https://t.co/aJVaVxd65P https://t.co/NxlJO5niPL

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22/10/19

A big congratulations to the Basketball team who came second on Friday narrowly missing out on the finals! They showed amazing sportsmanship and gave it their best! Well done! https://t.co/7PpidqwrEm

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22/10/19

Science Club this evening were trying to make to make paper clips float. https://t.co/iJJ6VK8xKj

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21/10/19

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Sixth Forms & have launched a unique curriculum to cater for whatever path students want to take. Whether looking to study A-levels, vocational courses or specialise in STEM subjects, the sixth forms have created a curriculum to suit. https://t.co/f6BWY7FTrn https://t.co/f4wuiLH0vj

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21/10/19

Thank you to who have given us lots of goodies to help the children stay safe as the evenings get darker. If you would like the poster please pop into the office for a copy. https://t.co/B46Wv1jzD3

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21/10/19

Great to see this group of Year 6 children starting their bikeability course today, learning to ride their bikes safely on the road! https://t.co/ZZdqPet5eb

21/10/19

We are thrilled to hear this!! Great job! https://t.co/DieLP54uaT

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18/10/19

An important Firework Safety message from https://t.co/Fs0vO0xN96

17/10/19

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17/10/19

Year 1 have been creating their own Rain Gauges ready to monitor them over time for their investigation relating to the seasons https://t.co/DtVkECLau4

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17/10/19

Year 3 were amazing this morning putting on a fantastic sharing assembly about the Stone Age! With aspects of learning from all across the curriculum! Delivered with such confidence! https://t.co/ErfMw2FV39

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17/10/19

Reception are learning about the 'L' spin in phonics and have made lions made out of leaves they collected! Stunning work! https://t.co/sY0E9UnOl0

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16/10/19

Lovely to welcome some volunteers from this morning for a special assembly. More info can be found on the website https://t.co/JYQ6meSRJ9 https://t.co/uWJ78UeYbZ

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15/10/19

Just two days to go with this weeks battle and the students are building a big lead in The teachers won the first battle but that is a big lead!!! https://t.co/1YvkmLi8aU

14/10/19

Right you are, typing error. Sorry

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14/10/19

When your in Year 2 and you create your own game in coding club!! https://t.co/U4ywdUV4pO

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12/10/19

This years Christmas Bazaar will be held on Saturday 30th November at school from 1-4pm. We look forward to spreading some festive cheer and raising funds for our great school! Please feel free to retweet!! https://t.co/kycrSJApU5

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11/10/19

Thank you to all the families and children who took part in this mornings despite the weather https://t.co/uFvYYiX05T

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Parents join children's Daily Mile

Parents join children's Daily Mile

Posted: 13th June 2019

An initiative to get children active every day has been expanded to include parents.

Every Friday morning, parents are joining pupils at Roydon Primary Academy to take part in the Daily Mile walk or run.

The school launched the initiative last year with a focus on children’s health and wellbeing.

Pupils take part in the activity every day with the challenge of simply being active for 15 minutes, whether they complete the mile or not.

Due to the success of the initiative, the school has had a track installed on the playground - 14 laps equal one mile - and activity stops to challenge participants to hop, jump and skip along the way.

To make the most of the track, the school is inviting parents to join in, with the first session attracting 30 families.

Headteacher Michael Clark said: “At Roydon, we love to involve our families as much as possible.

“The Daily Mile has been a huge success and has had a direct impact on the children’s concentration and fitness levels. We wanted to give parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles a chance to join in and make the best use of the track while enjoying some time with their children.

“We look forward to running the event on a weekly basis from now on!”

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