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17/07/19

Roydon Primary Academy is saying goodbye to its longest serving member of staff this summer. Carolyne Pretty is retiring from her role as catering manager after 25 years. https://t.co/IMG90MruS6 https://t.co/MMGFYH5kO7

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16/07/19

Juggling, trapeze, skipping, plate-spinning and funny clowns were all part of a unique day at a village school. The whole Roydon Primary Academy community came together to welcome the circus to Roydon. https://t.co/Aolh09xTps https://t.co/qxWSjQnRSU

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16/07/19

Today we sadly said goodbye to these 30 amazing children. We wish them all the best in their new schools! They are all welcome back anytime! https://t.co/Ks6sUiyjsN

16/07/19

We wish all our families a safe and enjoyable Summer break. We will see you all back on 4th September!

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16/07/19

A special performance gave young children an opportunity to demonstrate their new musical talents. Year 4 pupils at Roydon Primary Academy spent ten weeks working with First Access Music to learn to play the recorder. Full story - https://t.co/FApRxQ8Xcs https://t.co/Pw8iZekQlj

16/07/19

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16/07/19

A huge cheer went up as Carolyne served her last lunch after 25 years at Roydon! She has done a brilliant job and will be missed. Happy Retirement!!! https://t.co/6TP6qsqc9U

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16/07/19

A huge well done to our eco committe who today received their Silver Award from ! Well done for all your hard work.#roydonprimary https://t.co/uDnf6XCNmv

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15/07/19

An emotional afternoon saying goodbye to this amazing group of Yr 6 pupils. Their performance was great and it was lovely to see them receive awards for their achievements whilst with us. A lovely leavers tea to finish! https://t.co/oyETYu7Aq2

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15/07/19

The Summer reading challenge 2010 is taking off at Roydon! The children had their mission set this morning to collect stickers from the local library for reading books of their choice over the Summer. https://t.co/Luvn5J9H3M

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12/07/19

The staff Vs Year 6 rounders match was enjoyable this evening! An 12-8 victory to the staff was followed by refreshments and cakes! https://t.co/U4rmDkNTxH

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12/07/19

Thank you to for visiting Walnut Class today and giving them the wonderful gifts for their runners up spot in the HEART exhibition! The children are delighted we have adopted an Amur Tiger!! https://t.co/4AiYwIYsGA

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12/07/19

We are very proud to announce that for the 4th year running we have been awarded the Gold Mark! Next year we will now go for Platinum! Well done Mrs Luscombe and all the boys and girls who took part in competitions this year! https://t.co/tTuVUqnICx

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12/07/19

Year 5 have been given their Year 6 ties and have been learning to tie them with Mr Clark https://t.co/CS8D3lzfnZ

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11/07/19

Reception loved going to 'Big School' today using the food tech rooms . The staff and students were amazing with Elm Class as they made cakes for all the teachers and then delivered them on their return! Thank you for having us! https://t.co/JjEyK0Xjx8

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11/07/19

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VACANCY: Educational Welfare Officer Based at Designated Academies (across Essex) https://t.co/ZatL1uBbwk https://t.co/H1fXUHoYQa

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11/07/19

Mention Minecraft and you’re halfway there to capturing children’s attention. Performing humorous poems about a granny’s trials and tribulations learning the popular computer game and children are learning about literacy without realising it. Full story - https://t.co/UNUjIMiIJi https://t.co/bjH2BvdqDD

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10/07/19

Year 4 have had 10 weeks of tuition on how to play the recorder and this afternoon put on a small performance for their parents 👏👏👏#roydonprimary https://t.co/Yw7H7TANSM

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10/07/19

fever has hit PE this week! Even staff are getting involved! https://t.co/OiZfKQeNLC

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10/07/19

Year2 at Audley End House finding out how the servents lived and worked. https://t.co/VFnFPNCIcg

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Breakfast Club

The aim of the Roydon Primary School Breakfast Club is to provide high quality care and a healthy breakfast for children before the start of their school day.

At breakfast club, we are able to provide children with a healthy meal at the beginning of the day as well as a safe and familiar environment. Research into Breakfast Clubs has shown that children who attend:

  • Have improved attendance at school
  • Are more relaxed and ready to learn if they have eaten and had an enjoyable start to the day 
  • Have improved concentration and academic performance
  • Develop their social skills and interaction 

Benefits for Parents:

  • Reassurance that their children are safe and in school at the correct time.
  • Meets the needs of the family by enabling them to return to full /part or shift work or training. 

Terms and Conditions

Dropping off

Children must be brought to the side gate where they will be taken in by a member of staff.  This is to ensure the safe arrival of all of the children.  All children must be signed in NO EARLIER than 7.30am and NO LATER than 8am.   Any arrivals after 8am will not be accepted.

Breakfast

Children will be given a choice of foods from a breakfast menu, including: toast and various spreads; a range of healthy cereals; fruit and a choice of drinks.

There will be a range of activities available for the children each morning including; Group games, board games and art.

Booking and Payment

The cost will be £2.50 per session. The school’s breakfast club will be non-profit making, all money generated in fees will go towards running costs and staff.  

By sending your child to breakfast club, you are agreeing to pay in advance for your child’s session at breakfast. This is to ensure that we can keep the cost of breakfast club low at £2.50.  Your child is not permitted to attend breakfast club if your account is in debt. If you have any queries regarding making payment, please just speak to a member of staff in the school office. 

You will not be required to book a place for your child/ren as we believe that this will be more flexible for you, as a parent if you are able to drop your child/ren off when it’s suitable for you. 

School Closure

If for any reason there is a school closure we will endeavour to contact you as soon as possible. Please also check the Home Page of the School Website. 

Contact Information

You must ensure that the School Office has your most up to date contact details should we need to contact you in an emergency.

Please ensure this is completed and handed in on the first session. Details will be checked everytime the child attends Breakfast Club. 

Failure to sign your child into breakfast club or keep your ParentPay account in credit will result in your child losing their place

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