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23 04, 2020

Advice for parents during Coronavirus April 2020

Advice for parents during coronavirus Whilst coronavirus is infectious to children it is rarely serious. If your child is unwell it is likely to be a non-coronavirus illness, rather than coronavirus itself. Whilst it is extremely important to follow Government advice to stay at home during this period, it can be confusing to know what [...]

14 04, 2020

Fun things to do in isolation March / April 2020

As you can see the children have been doing lots of interesting new things, please keep your photos coming in, its a great way for everyone to keep in touch!

13 04, 2020

Easter April 2020

This Easter was like no other Easter but it has not stopped the fun.   It is important especially for the children to try to keep normality during this uncertain time. A huge thank you to all of the children that sent in their Easter bonnet and decorated egg competition entries. The creations were so [...]

13 04, 2020

Home Learning March / April 2020

It has been fantastic to see all your photographs this that you have shared with us of your children doing their homework (and fun stuff too) at home. Please keep sending them in to our  Facebook page it really does make everyone smile in this worrying time that we are going through. Stay well, stay [...]

13 04, 2020

Rainbows of Hope March / April 2020

Colourful pictures of rainbows have started appearing in windows amid the coronavirus outbreak – and this is the reason why. Pupils across the country are being encouraged to put up the paintings to “spread hope” during this troubled time. Schools are now closed to children of non-key workers, with thousands of youngsters trying to continue [...]

13 04, 2020

96.5% and over attendance for Autumn Term Dec 2019

Well done children on achieving 96.5 and over for attendance and punctuality in the Autumn term. Having high attendance has a vast amount of benefits. 78.7% of children that have 100% attendance go on to achieve 5+ GCSEs including English and Maths. Setting good attendance patterns from an early age, from nursery through primary school [...]

16 03, 2020

100% Autumn Term 2019

Well done children on achieving 100% attendance and punctuality in the Autumn term. Having high attendance has a vast amount of benefits. 78.7% of children that have 100% attendance go on to achieve 5+ GCSEs including English and Maths. Setting good attendance patterns from an early age, from nursery through primary school helps your child [...]

6 03, 2020

World Book Day March 2020

Children at Royd have celebrated World Book Day by looking at a range of of authors, illustrators and books. Each year group selected an author and then completed an activity with their teacher. Afterwards they were taught by the other teacher in the year group and whilst focusing on the same book they completed a different activity. The children thoroughly enjoyed [...]

5 03, 2020

“The Star” March 2020

As most of you will be aware our school was nominated for the National Autistic Society's Inspirational Education Provision Award by the NHS Speech and Language Therapy Services department who were impressed by the school’s Rainbow Room which offers specialist support to children with autism. The Star were really interested in this and wanted to [...]

2 03, 2020

Well done Rainbow Room!

On Thursday 27th February Miss Jones, Mr Sly, Mrs Swales and Mrs Fieldsend attended the National Autistic Society - Autism Professionals Awards. The school were nominated by the NHS Speech and Language Therapy Services department. The awards seek to acknowledge the outstanding contributions and achievements of individuals, teams and organisations who have demonstrated excellence, dedication and commitment to [...]