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05/03/21

It's our final Masked Reader for with Mr Girvan, Mrs Turner, Mrs Johnson and Mrs Case! https://t.co/Za1lTHrtY3

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04/03/21

It's ! Who were today's Masked Readers?? Mrs Egan, Mrs Luscombe and Mrs Lincoln! https://t.co/t9POTLbcY9

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03/03/21

The Masked Reader continued today with Mrs Watson, Miss DeFriend and Mr Vullo! https://t.co/k1Tc7crYRH

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02/03/21

The Masked Reader continued today with Mrs Gee, Miss Thomas and Miss Smith! https://t.co/h4oc8oKNmZ

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01/03/21

Today saw Heat 1 of The Masked Reader! Mrs Lockett, Mrs Exley and Miss Hazel were all unmasked. Stay tuned for more... https://t.co/n4xB0jybUB

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15/02/21

Children working remotely from home have been taught how to stay safe while online. Roydon Primary Academy used to explore the reliability of content on the web. https://t.co/Rpsb2fri93 https://t.co/kQOcGd9LyJ

04/02/21

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If teaching from home is leaving you with aches and pains, try Sarah Power's quick and easy chair yoga exercises https://t.co/jrEu74Dq0z

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04/02/21

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BMAT have vacancies for an IT Technician and a Senior IT Technician based in Harlow with frequent travel to Harlow and Epping schools. For more information visit - https://t.co/GJjumrMOBP https://t.co/tnjVlXa7rc

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29/01/21

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Out Now! The new issue of Latitude - The magazine for BMAT Schools, Parents and Communities. Read it online here - https://t.co/aqc2Xy6VVz https://t.co/Q0yot71LNk

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14/01/21

If your child is due to start primary school in September 2021 don’t forget to submit your application by Friday 15th January. https://t.co/wYTJX2bVQh https://t.co/RHcQCJ9fbv

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30/12/20

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BMAT are recruiting a new team to support the mass testing for COVID19 across our secondary schools in Newham (London), Harlow & Epping (Essex) and Stansted (Essex). Full details and application info: https://t.co/GJjumrMOBP https://t.co/l1QBVVnarb

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18/12/20

Avengers assembled to battle against Covid-19 in a modern nativity play. Pupils and parents at Roydon Primary came together to produce a unique show. https://t.co/0F3OXPfAvF https://t.co/2O78rXUbB5

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16/12/20

Families showed their gratitude to their child’s teachers by supporting a local charity. Reception teachers at Roydon Primary Academy suggested parents donate the money they would normally spend on gifts for them to . https://t.co/Vqz3qWy3f6 https://t.co/XFz4zoeHI1

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11/12/20

A great dash by all, thank you for organising Mrs Luscombe! https://t.co/Sp7nfPUt5s

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11/12/20

Last but not least, completed the 🎅🏼 https://t.co/1nQ7fvLbjw

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11/12/20

Year 6 taking on the challenge https://t.co/pZstiM626V

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11/12/20

Rabbit Class have successfully completed their Well done 🎅🏼 https://t.co/0ogkmq5iQs

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11/12/20

Year 1’s time to shine! 🎅🏼 https://t.co/wT59W3mRIG

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11/12/20

Year 2’s turn to complete the Santa Dash! 🎅🏼 https://t.co/DR1jYAI5Lr

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Children taught to be safe online

Children taught to be safe online

Posted: 15th February 2021

Children working remotely from home have been taught how to stay safe while online.

Roydon Primary Academy used Safer Internet Day to explore the reliability of content on the web.

Pupils completed activities focusing on who they can trust online, how the online world can influence them and what to do if worried about online activity.

Head of school Anna Myatt said: “We want to give our pupils the skills to support one another and the strategies to spot and speak out against harmful and misleading content online.

“Through Safer Internet Day, we investigated why inaccurate content exists, where it comes from and what young people can do in response.

“The internet hosts lots of misinformation and fake news which can affect young people and impact on how they feel about their time online. It is necessary to equip young people with the skills they need to spot inaccurate content, which can sometimes be a complex task.

“The online world is a great source of information for children to learn from. There are lots of opportunities to research, learn new facts or skills. The internet is so important during the current lockdown as it’s a way for children to retain the relationships with their peers; to play, interact and share their lives. Children are constantly making decisions about who and what to trust online in the context of playing games together and socialising online.

“Safer Internet Day gave children the opportunity to talk to adults in a safe environment, while building the skills they need to be able to make the best decisions.”

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