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21/09/18

Thanks to the generous families of Roydon for have raised £186 so far today for You can still donate below. https://t.co/WXK5WbT7Sz. https://t.co/SaPPkI23Gk

21/09/18

Well done to our Year 1 and 2 football team who were brilliant this morning. Represented the school brilliantly and won 3 out of 4 games! https://t.co/BZ9xZXqIif

21/09/18

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Excited Roydon Primary pupils move into new classrooms. https://t.co/TjB4DdtHpn

14/09/18

Our pupils on the eco committe are very excited about our thanks to Some amazing equipment for the school! https://t.co/yEVOqd6U18

13/09/18

Only three days into school life and Reception are already sitting beautifully working hard practicing writing their names! https://t.co/6unNQwFKEF

13/09/18

Thank you to for coming to speak with Year 6 about It all sounded very exciting and it will be an amazing school with an inspirational leader! https://t.co/KTvVmBIxLS

12/09/18

The children are enjoying some more equipment in the playground this year! https://t.co/QRtBwdYH69

11/09/18

You are most welcome! Lovely to see the children in them!

11/09/18

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Fantastic work for providing excellent learning environments for our children!

11/09/18

Reception had a brilliant first day yesterday, lots of happy faces! A fantastic start to their Roydon adventure! https://t.co/WTevgk9dqh

10/09/18

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Amazing! Such a brilliant project ... 👌 https://t.co/fKTlulfx9v

10/09/18

Years 2 and 3 are very happy with their new classrooms! https://t.co/CrNU0q6mIT

07/09/18

Please remember our weekly newsletter can be found at the link below. https://t.co/7muZwU73Kh

07/09/18

Our beautiful new classrooms are ready! A whole school effort today to get them ready to welcome the children on Monday! Thank you to everyone involved in making this happen! https://t.co/nxynyzE5jv

07/09/18

A brilliant start to the school year from Year 6 this week. A really impressive display of writing based on their topic of the Titanic. https://t.co/exPo1b2YnJ

07/09/18

When Mrs Luscombe asks in assembly who completed her Summer challenge of learning to tie their shoe laces....and half the school stand up!!! https://t.co/clshguleHo

05/09/18

Information regarding Breakfast Club this year can be found at the link below. https://t.co/IPQLqranIo

05/09/18

Looking for a reception place for September 2019? Feel free to come along to our Open Morning. Mr Clark will take you on a tour of the school and answer any questions you may have. https://t.co/GXHBHXR4Zk

05/09/18

You are most welcome

05/09/18

This can now be found at the following link. https://t.co/C6HS8nRuHt Please contact the office should you need anything else. Mr M Clark

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Overseas trip a first for primary schools

Overseas trip a first for primary schools

Posted: 9th July 2018

A family of primary schools undertook their first combined trip abroad.

A group of 100 Year 5 and 6 pupils and 20 staff from BMAT primary schools Cooks Spinney, Freshwaters, Little Parndon and Roydon each spent a day in Bologne-sur-Mer.

With a 4.30am start, the group visited the old town where they bought croissants, had lunch on the beach and visited Nausicaa aquarium where they saw the new shark tanks.

It was the first time the BMAT group of primary schools had organised a combined trip taking young pupils overseas.

The Trust has employed a team of subject directors to work across the Trust’s primary and secondary schools to ensure children of all ages and backgrounds have access to experiences and opportunities to become experts in all subjects.

Flora Christofi, BMAT director of languages, said: “The trip enabled children to experience language learning in an authentic environment.”

Children were able to give communicating in France a go during a shopping trip to a French supermarket to buy gifts.

Stuart Pope, executive head for Cooks Spinney and Roydon, said: “It was the first time many of the children had been abroad and for most of them the first time on a ferry.

“The children were fantastic and really made us proud; they were impeccable on the ferry and very calm and respectful in the village. We enjoyed walking around the village and taking in some French culture before heading to the beach in Boulogne-sur-mer for lunch. This gave everyone some free time to enjoy the weather and chill out on the sand. We then went into the Nausicaa Aquarium and saw some amazing sea life, including sharks and sea lions. And the children thought the Cayman crocodiles were pretty cool, too!

“The children brought back lots of memories and stories to share. It was great for them to experience a different country, different culture, using different currency and to learn new language and understand a different way of life.

“It was a great experience and something we will definitely be doing again.”

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