Skip to content ↓



In this section...

Latest News

Scroll down to see our latest news from around the school...

November 2017

  • Odd Socks Day to support Anti-Bullying weeks

    Published 29/11/17

    On Wednesday, children came to school a little puzzled to why they had  been asked to wear odd socks that day. All was explained in the morning assembly...

    Andy Day (from Cbeebies) and the Odd Sock band worked together with the Anti-Bullying Alliance to create a song called Unique.

     Their songs are all about being unique and appreciating others unique qualities. It’s a wellknown fact that encouraging acceptance of individuality at an early age can help prevent bullying later in life.

    By wearing odd sock our aims were - 

    •   to empower children to celebrate what makes them, and others, unique

    •   help children to understand how important it is that every child feels valued and included in school, able to be themselves, without fear of bullying 

    •   enable teachers and school support staff to celebrate what makes us ‘all different, all equal’ by celebrating difference and equality and taking individual and collective action to prevent bullying, creating safe environments where children can be themselves

    Thank you to everyone that has supported this very important message with the aim to stamp out any sort of bullying at Roebuck Academy!


    Read More
  • Roebuck supports Children in Need

    Published 17/11/17

    What a beautiful array of bright, bold and spotty children we have at Roebuck Academy to raise money for Children in Need.
    We saw Pudsey and Blush ears, rainbow hair, neon nails, fantastic personalised T-shirts and lots of CIN accessories
    The winners of the raffle to win a Pudsey were Elisia in Pine and Jamie in Yr 3. Well done!
    Thank you everyone for supporting such a worthy cause, we raised £240. What a great effort!!

    Read More

News Feeds

You can subscribe to a feed of the latest news items, using the link below. Subscribing to this news feed is free and will keep you up-to-date with the latest news stories that have been posted.To subscribe, simply right-click on the link below, click "copy shortcut" and then paste the URL into your feed reader software.

Subscribe via RSS (Latest News)