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15/01/19

Elm Class are growing something special! https://t.co/L5VkMA4C6z

15/01/19

A huge thank you to the Law family for letting Year 6 look at the amazing collection of family medals from WWII. Something to be incredibly proud of! https://t.co/NUVVde8p6o

14/01/19

Code Club are busy this evening exploring Scratch https://t.co/GjGrlo45cF

14/01/19

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Royal Gunpowder Mills

Looks like had a great day at learning about vikings! Great photos. https://t.co/D1oKeuQtge

11/01/19

Year 4 map reading and brooch making https://t.co/j5ZtVEr5i4

11/01/19

More from year 4 Viking WOW Day https://t.co/7u7180yzY5

11/01/19

A huge congratulations to our Year 6 basketball team who came 3rd in the Harlow tournament today! A great achievement https://t.co/u4YFRVmnu6

11/01/19

Good work boys and girls!

11/01/19

The thralls at work for Freya wife of a Thane. https://t.co/boccrF74gt

11/01/19

Viking WOW Day for Year 4! https://t.co/OHjl7paV0W

11/01/19

Roydon Primary Academy Retweeted
Michael Rosen

At this evenings talk to teachers from a cluster of schools Cooks Spinney, Harlow I talked about this blog: What does it mean to read and understand a text? People then performed poems, they did 'secret strings' on poems: https://t.co/X7MCXtwH0T

11/01/19

The Viking quest begins for year 4 https://t.co/e4EzbJMR2Z

10/01/19

A huge thank you to Nathan for transforming our school library! The children and staff love it! https://t.co/of0gyOQiEi

10/01/19

Roydon Primary Academy Retweeted
Mrs Christofi

What incredible progress they are making! Bravo la classe! 🇫🇷🇫🇷 https://t.co/l3D4SN9Uqc

10/01/19

Year 4 are enjoying their French session this morning with Madame Christofi, 🇫🇷 https://t.co/8MGZnJaXaE

09/01/19

A big welcome to Miss Reid who will be teaching art at Roydon from this week! The children have loved their first art lessons with her! https://t.co/pyPCegCNvs

09/01/19

Thank you to for working with Year 5 class about Road Safety, Year 5 will now pass on what they have learnt to the rest of the school. https://t.co/dfrxwIKlKQ

08/01/19

The children loved listening to a chapter of Skellig during our share a story assembly today https://t.co/2nYdmec87X

04/01/19

Walnut Class have given Mr Clark a present, but what does it say? https://t.co/BUHDWMF7PB

04/01/19

The children are settling back into school today and starting their exciting new topics! https://t.co/ugNFxOlTVr

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Rewarding Children at Roydon

Roydon Primary school’s Code of Conduct: BE KIND, BE SAFE, BE RESPONSIBLE is the starting point for positive behaviour and effective learning.  Our code of conduct enables adults and children to talk about behaviour and learning in language that we all understand.  You will often hear adults discussing safe behaviour with children or praising them for their kindness to others.  

Verbal praise: we are always focused on our children’s learning and their behaviour.  Children are praised by all adults (and other children) when they are polite, well mannered, kind to others, responsible, share resources, think of others before themselves, are safe, make sensible choices and much, much more. Effort, progress and achievement in learning are all recognised as praiseworthy.  Praise can be given without a reward.  It is important that the children understand that behaving well and learning well are expected and can take place without a reward being attached.

Housepoints: Each child belongs to a house team and each week house points are given to children to acknowledge good behaviour, learning success and learning effort.  Your child may receive housepoints in their books for good work, completion of homework, excellent learning progress and much much more.  Teachers, TAs, office staff and dinner ladies all give housepoints for good behaviour and for following the Code of Conduct.  The children add their housepoints on to their housepoint charts and we encourage a culture of trust and responsibility as the children are expected to record their own housepoints.  Gathering housepoints leads to housetime.  If a child earns a number of housepoints within the week then they can take part in housetime.  House time is 20 mins of free time on a Friday afternoon as a reward for positive behaviour and good learning throughout the week. The children in each class who earn the highest number of housepoints that week receive a special letter from the Headteacher congratulating them on a good week.

Postcards: Special postcards are sent home if a child has done something particularly worthy of praise.  This enables parents to be involved in the celebration!

Headteacher awards: Children are often sent to the Head Teacher if they have completed a piece of excellent work, made good learning progress, met a challenge, worked well with others or has behaved exceptionally well.  Special Headteacher award stickers are given to these children – along with five housepoints!

Golden child: Each term one child from each class is rewarded in Golden Assembly.  The child is chosen because of their great attitude to learning and their kindness to others.  Parents are invited to this assembly and a special badge is given.  The children wear these badges with pride.

Certificates: Each week at Friday’s Celebration Assembly, certificates are awarded for progress and achievement in learning; badges are also given.  Code of Conduct certificates are awarded to children who have been kind, safe and responsible that week.  Lunchtime certificates are awarded by dinner ladies to children who have: eaten all their lunch, played well, shared with others, been responsible and kind.  We keep records of the children who received awards but there are no limitations on how many times a child can receive an award. The certificates are awarded on merit and may also be used to boost confidence and support positive learning attitudes.

House teams: become even more important as we train for sports day.  On Sports Day the children race for their House and we have trophies for the winning house in the morning’s competitive events and for the winning house in the afternoon for the fun sports events.

Trophies: Trophies are presented to Year 6 children at the end of year Leavers Assembly.  These awards recognise excellence in writing, mathematics, science and sport.

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