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January 2018

  • Music day

    Published 29/01/18

    On Thursday 26th January music was celebrated at Roebuck Academy. All teachers planned musical activities in class and we were excited to be joined by lots of visitors. Many thanks to teachers from Barnwell and Thomas Allyene Secondary Schools. We were also delighted to be joined by teachers from the Music Service. Activities included using Boomwhackers, Ukuleles, Virtual DJ music, Djembe and composing music.  Many thanks to all our helpers. You really helped to give the children a wonderful day of different music experiences. A sharing assembly was held at the end of the day to share what we had learnt and celebrate our achievements.

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  • Dream catcher assemblies continue to inspire!

    Published 25/01/18

    Last week we were very lucky to be joined by Andy Nation who is a long distance swimmer and grandad to three of our children.

    Andy has taken part in many events over the years and has raised considerable amounts of money for charity. Children listened in awe as Andy told us about the different events and activities he has been involved in and shared photos in a really inspirational presentation. His passion and enthusiasm and words of advice telling the children that they can be what ever they want to be really resonated with many of our children. One child even went home and said that they wanted to be a swimmer when they are older and that they hope dreamcatcher assemblies are still happening in the future so that they can come back and inpsire other children just like they have been inspired now! WOW! What an amazing impact these assemblies are having. If you think you could help us inspire our children please do contact Mrs Thomas.
    If you or your child would like to know more about Andy, you can visit his website:
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  • EYFS and KS1 carol service

    Published 16/01/18

    We celebrated the christmas season with carols. Due to the snow we were unable to walk to the church so we are very grateful Rev Kate Sharples was able to come to us. All the adults were impressed with the singing. We heard the christmas story by pulling crackers. In each cracker there was an object linked to the story. Many thanks to Rev Kate Sharples and all the parents who were able to attend. It was a lovely morning.

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  • EYFS Working Party

    Published 15/01/18

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    We can not say enough thank you's to all the children and parents that came to school on Saturday 13th January to help spruce up the EYFS outdoor area.

    There was gardening, painting, roofing, clearing, sorting, dismantling and stone shovelling to name a few jobs.

    There are still a few job to do but the difference it has already made is amazing. We will be having another working party in the near future.

    Keep a look out for the new and improved EYFS outdoor area over the next few months.


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