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16/09/19

It was lovely to welcome Rev. Richard Attew to Roydon today and to introduce him to some of the children and staff. We are looking forward to our trip to next week for the harvest festival. https://t.co/vVt9hCn5QY

16/09/19

EYFS has changed a bit, it may well be worth coming to meet and listen to the new EYFS teacher.

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13/09/19

Thank you to all who turned up for the first session this year! Join us at 8:20am every Friday morning to get active with your children. https://t.co/nr4rK4GqX4

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13/09/19

Our open morning is Wednesday 13th November. We look forward to welcoming all of our prospective students and families. https://t.co/q4yu35pYVa https://t.co/tTjg06BToT

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13/09/19

Thank you to for coming to talk to Year 6 about online safety. The children asked some brilliant questions and will now prepare a presentation for the rest of the school https://t.co/7gELqI2XGH

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13/09/19

The children this week democratically voted for their new House Captains. Here are our new leaders!! https://t.co/vQD7FYQ7pn

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13/09/19

Today Roald Dahl would have celebrated his 103rd birthday! A little wisdom from the great man himself... https://t.co/zigqRQXtpj

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12/09/19

Our new after school provision, Hedgehogs, has had a great first week! The children are loving the new equipment and outside areas. More details can be found on our website https://t.co/gudiZaD2bL

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11/09/19

We are collecting the kit for schools stickers! If you shop in Aldi and receive some stickers please bring them into school and we will add them to our poster. We need 300!! Could we be one of the 20 lucky winners?! https://t.co/cbzcvz9rXB

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10/09/19

Miss Spring took our first 'Share a Story' assembly today! https://t.co/Ww6kYkLN1M

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09/09/19

Fantastic to see our amazing Year 6 children helping our new reception class during their first lunch time https://t.co/co9imXvwFk

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09/09/19

Reception's number of the week is ....0 Thank you and for helping Mr Vullo and the children out this weekend locating lots of zeros! https://t.co/ZWU7O2rJKB

06/09/19

We look forward to this!!! Thank you ! https://t.co/FPCHQKMVP9

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05/09/19

Our new reception children have given the plants in their garden names and are taking good care of them. A big thank you to for the very kind donation https://t.co/tQzHOzstCo

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05/09/19

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Our open evening is this Thursday. We look forward to welcoming all of our prospective students and families. https://t.co/QsscmGZPB7 https://t.co/0HqcCwzQkx

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05/09/19

When Mr Clark comes to breakfast club and gets a little distracted.... Breakfast club runs every morning from 7:30am, no pre booking needed https://t.co/kZirsA0nc3

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05/09/19

The children came back yesterday to some lovely changes, a new sports cage, Reception canopy and a Computing Room!! As well as toilets and classrooms being painted! All thanks to Mr Hales hard work over the Summer! https://t.co/LsOAIqIM1c

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04/09/19

Rabbit Class have started their Roydon with a brilliant morning with Mr Vullo https://t.co/RU9L7V4YIE

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02/09/19

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Children at risk of being permanently excluded from school are being offered a lifeline. BMAT is working closely with to fill the gap in the provision of alternative education. https://t.co/MckLjg0Atn https://t.co/VyvwtCcdje

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29/07/19

Remember to get down to the library to the take part in the https://t.co/shcOtJRavM

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Enriched Curriculum

At Roydon, we follow The Enriched Curriculum for foundation subjects. It prepares pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life in the 21st century. The Enriched Curriculum uses The National Curriculum set out by the UK government as its basis. We teach all of the skills and knowledge children will need for their future education across a wide range of contexts.

How it works

Each year group selects a topic for the half-term and focusses on one of our three areas of study. By allowing children to learn within a context, each subject can be enriched and offer pupils the opportunity to deepen understanding and develop new skills.

Area of Study

Science and Technology

The Arts

Humanities

Subjects included

•Science

•Computing

•Design Technology

•Cooking and Nutrition

•Art and Design

•Music

•Dance

•Drama

•Geography

•History

•RE

Year group staff are able to choose their own topics for each half-term – no theme is off limits, so long as teachers can ensure they will be able to deliver the curriculum KPI’s via these topics.

We encourage teachers to play to their strengths and choose topics they are comfortable delivering. Teachers are also encouraged to think of topics that will excite, engage and encourage learners

Having some compulsory topics enables us to cover the entire National Curriculum whilst avoiding repetition of topics for our pupils. Topics such as The Victorians, WWII, Stone Age, weather and Ancient Civilisations.

Taking The Classroom Outside

We encourage taking our topics outside. From re-enacting scenes from Narnia to building Stone Age shelters, we don’t place boundaries on our classrooms. All pupils have the opportunity to get outside and use their surroundings as a backdrop for learning.

Cross-Curricular Learning

In addition to the key areas of study, The Enriched Curriculum also encourages cross-curricular learning in maths, writing, reading and science. We empower our pupils to make links across subjects by providing a clear context for learning.

Each topic is linked to a quality text – this allows for cross-curricular writing and reading opportunities. 

WOW Days

WOW days are an engaging and inclusive way to launch or consolidate learning within a topic. They can be carried out at any time during a half-term.

Trips and Visitors

Our keeps as database of approved visitors to call upon for WOW days including free visitors such as local PCSOs, emergency services workers, local faith leaders, local athletes, artists and charity workers. We also provide a list of paid visitors such as historians, actors, travelling theatres, animal handlers, explorers and scientists.

Trips are encouraged at least termly and can be linked to topics.

WOW Days, trips and visitors are interchangeable but we suggest year groups provide at least one per half-term.

For anymore information on the Enriched Curriculum please contact either Miss Lawman or Mr Clark.

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