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14/12/19

Very proud of the amazing Fox Class. We just recieved this appraisal from the https://t.co/f88JLCUj7O

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13/12/19

Today all the children recieved their Christmas lunch served by the staff and we are all in Christmas jumpers!! Magical! https://t.co/VTzIieQoPh

12/12/19

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Richard Attew

Wonderful to see everyone this afternoon! Have a blessed Christmas. 🙏🏽🎄 https://t.co/ohRJNbZUDJ

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12/12/19

Rabbit Class (Reception) walked down to the pre school this morning to watch their nativity performance! What a great performance it was to! https://t.co/7zL4DTcj90

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12/12/19

This afternoon we are holding our first 'Project Homework Exhibition' all projects are on display in the hall for all the children to see and discuss. So much hard work has gone into these 👏👏👏 Parents can visit after school as well! https://t.co/Fz0HXkHS0H

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11/12/19

Thank you to everyone who came to this afternoon for our Christmas Carol Concert! Well done to all the children who were fantastic. https://t.co/8R1d7DKz91

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10/12/19

Thank you to all the parents and families who came to watch Year 1 and Year 2 perform their nativity this afternoon! The children were amazing!! 👏👏#roydonprimary https://t.co/OP7kcZDrqA

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10/12/19

Oscar in Year 6 produced this amazing piece of Geography work this afternoon, looking at Europe in more detail. https://t.co/4mCcf6OFtf

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10/12/19

We have a visitor in the main office! https://t.co/7Yq3fjwzqk

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09/12/19

Reception Class were incredible this morning visiting a local care home to sing Christmas Carols to the residents. https://t.co/ImgerTWA4r

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06/12/19

Year 6 have been working hard this afternoon creating masterpieces based on the works of Pablo Picasso https://t.co/1DH8bxd0J2

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06/12/19

Year 3 have been to today as part of their Geography topic on Africa. The white lions look incredible! https://t.co/0DhMQruHcx

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05/12/19

Reception wrote some very special letters this week and then walked to the post box yesterday to deliver them. They even met Steve the postman who stopped to chat! https://t.co/dSfdWQBNQo

02/12/19

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Mummyto3Bears

My son is in this class and it has really inspired him! ❤️ well done https://t.co/Q4c25RuP5c

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02/12/19

Children in South Africa are helping pupils to learn about the wider world. Year 3 pupils at Roydon Primary Academy have linked up with The Grove Academy in Cape Town, South Africa. https://t.co/LyLnpAz97K https://t.co/OdWhj8dG0n

01/12/19

A huge thank you to the new FORSA committee and everyone who helped at the Bazaar yesterday! What s great day! We have such an amazing supportive community who helped to raise over £3000!! A brilliant afternoon! https://t.co/YaWUgqbtAs

30/11/19

Today is the day......come to school between 1pm and 4pm for some festive cheer in aid of our amazing school! https://t.co/5GDtuqiJLR

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29/11/19

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Mummyto3Bears

⭐️ P R O U D ⭐️ :: So tonight I had the opportunity to set my Christmas goodies stall ahead of tomorrow’s Christmas Extravaganza! 😍. :: Must say - I’m really pleased how it’s come together and I hope it makes lots of money for the school! 🎅🏻.⭐️😍🌲🤘🏻 https://t.co/SFkhL23prK

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29/11/19

Badger Class (Year 5) were getting musical today! https://t.co/bOzFNte5Zr

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29/11/19

Come along tomorrow for our Christmas Bazaar! 1-4pm at school for some festive cheer whilst raising money for our amazing school! https://t.co/a9AuGRAkYf

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Young actors take to professional stage

Young actors take to professional stage

Posted: 21st November 2019

Young actors took to a professional stage as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival.

Year 4 pupils at Roydon Primary Academy performed Romeo and Juliet at The Harlow Playhouse.

Archie Jones, who played Lord Montague, said: “This show helped me to get over my shyness and acting in front of people.”

Fellow cast member Francesca Webb, who played Tybalt, said: “The experience has made me realise that I can push myself further in life.”

Class teacher Whitney Watson said: “Every child has been working extremely hard over the last few weeks to learn lines and bring the performance to life. Throughout the entire process, they showed a great deal of enthusiasm, dedication and hard work.

“The final performance was incredible! They showed bravery and confidence on a professional stage in front of an audience of almost 400 people. It was remarkable achievement from these young people performing alongside three secondary school casts.

“They showed a great understanding of the challenging Shakespearean language and created a thoroughly enjoyable performance. The school are very proud of everyone and thankful to all the parents who came to show their support.”

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