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  • INSET DAY FRIDAY 8TH JULY 2022

    Published 29/04/22

    INSET DAY - FRIDAY 8TH JULY 2022

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  • Romilly Primary School Newsletter - Easter 2022

    Published 08/04/22

    ROMILLY PRIMARY SCHOOL   YSGOL GYNRADD ROMILLY

    Learning Together Growing Together - Dysgu a Thyfu gyda’n Gilydd

    Visit us @ Romillyprimaryschool.co.uk

     

     

    Thursday 7th April 2022

    Dear Parents/Carers,

     

    What a fantastic half term we have had here at Romilly!

    The pupils have been very busy this half term working hard with their reading and maths, and also exploring different topics. It has been so lovely to see the children and staff planning and adventuring out on various school trips, carrying out exciting activities to enhance learning, and ensuring that our pupils are receiving real life, authentic learning experiences!

    Different year groups have visited places such as Porthkerry Park, Barry Island beach, The Rhondda Heritage Centre, and of course year 5 and 6 have finally accessed their swimming sessions, which they have found thoroughly enjoyable and challenging. The progress they have made in this essential life skill has been fantastic, and we are very proud of their efforts and determination.

    We are also very proud of our Year 6 pupils who, as part of their topic, have chosen a coal mining charity to raise money for, and organised a ‘Moveathon’ which included a sponsored fitness afternoon of dancing, walking and running. They have raised over £800 for their chosen charity and will be presented with a cheque by the charity after the Easter break!     

    We have also had many visitors to the school including a magician, the fire service, a nurse, authors and of course the Easter Bunny!  Nursery children had a very successful and adorable Easter Bonnet Parade, which I hope the parents enjoyed and have made memories from, forever.

    Both teachers and pupils have already started planning their topics for next half term, which I know will be full of many more wonderful experiences for them, that will help them grow as individuals and engage them further in their love of learning.

    I hope you have been enjoying hearing about the wonderful things that your child has been doing in school through our new Marvellous Me app, and I hope you are finding this communication beneficial. We now have over 90% of our parents engaged with this service. Please do contact the office if you are yet to sign up as we can easily print off your code. Please also remember that you can share your code with other family members, if they would also like to be kept in the loop as to how well your child is doing in school, and to help aid positive discussions about learning at home.

     

    Please can I take this opportunity once again to thank you all so much for your continued support.

     

    Have a wonderful Easter break and we are really looking forward to seeing you again in the new term!   

    Many thanks,

     

    K.R Williams

     

    Miss K.R Williams

     

    Headteacher

     

     

     

     

    Headteacher – K. Williams

    Romilly Road, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan. CF62 6LF Tel 01446 736934

    Romillyps@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk

                                                                                             

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  • SCHOOL CHRISTMAS DINNER FRIDAY 10 DECEMBER 2021

    Published 22/11/21

    SCHOOL CHRISTMAS DINNER FRIDAY 10 DECEMBER 2021

     

     

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  • The Index

    Published 22/10/21

    The Index

    Dear Parents/Carers

    Please find attached a link to the Index website and a leaflet explaining the service. The Index is for families of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs. This short animation explains it. 

    The Index

    Many thanks

    ​Liz Durrant

    ALNCo

    Romilly Primary School

     

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  • NASAL SPRAY FLU VACCINATIONS AUTUMN/WINTER 2021

    Published 14/09/21

    Dear Parents/Guardians

    Please see the email below from the School Nursing Immunisation Team.

    The dates for the vaccines in Romilly this year are: 

    Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6) – 30/9/21 

    Foundation Phase (Reception – Year 2) – 7/12/21 

    This year, the consent forms will be electronic. One of the letters we sent yesterday has an email and a phone number you can use if you need support using the new e-form. Alternatively, if you are having difficulties accessing the internet, please contact the school and we will do our best to try and help you. 

    You will need to fill out the e-form even if you DO NOT want your child to receive the vaccine. There is a box on the form where you click either ‘YES’ or ‘NO’ to giving consent.  

    This link in the email from the School Nursing Immunisation Team will take you to the e-form for Key Stage 2 pupils only – Years 3-6.

    NB We will issue you with a new link for Foundation Phase pupils about 2-3 weeks prior to their vaccination date if yiu have any in he school as well. 

    If you have any questions about the e-form or the vaccine, please contact the office. 

    Kind regards 

    N.Williams

    Niki Williams

    Acting Headteacher

    Romilly Primary School

    Romilly Road

    Barry

    CF62 6LF

    Tel: 01446 736934

    Email: romillyps@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk

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    Dear parent or guardian, 

     

    The school nursing team will be visiting Romilly primary School to offer children a nasal spray flu vaccine on  Thursday 30th September 2021 for Key Stage 2 children (Year 3 to Year 6 classes) & Tuesday 7th December 2021 for Foundation Phase children (Reception to Year 2 classes).  

    This year the programme has been extended and flu immunisation will be offered to all pupils from reception class to year 11 in secondary school, this is part of the wider planning for winter. It is more important than ever this year to help protect against flu, as flu and Covid-19 will be circulating at the same time.  

     

    The vaccine is recommended to help protect children and young people against influenza (flu). Flu can be very unpleasant and can sometimes cause serious complications. Immunising your child will also help to protect vulnerable family and friends, including the very young and elderly, as it will help prevent flu from spreading. 

     

    Please use the link below or scan the QR code to access the E-Consent Form - please complete even if you do not wish you child to receive the vaccination.

     

    https://forms.office.com/r/wyJtdxHhZP

    Fill | 2021/22 School Flu Vaccination Consent Form 

    The Childhood Influenza Vaccination Programme 2021/22 will be commencing in September.  All children from Reception to Year 11 will be offered a vaccination in school/community setting by the School Nursing team.      For more information on flu and the vaccine, visit www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/immunisations.  If you have any questions or want to discuss the vaccination further with a school nurse, please email immunisation.CAVUHBschoolnursing@wales.nhs.uk  This consent form must completed by a parent or a guardian with parental responsibility for the child.    You must act in your child’s best interest when considering whether to give your permission for them to have the vaccine. If you have more than one school age child, please complete one form per child. The nasal flu spray contains porcine gelatine.  Some faith groups accept the use of porcine gelatine in medical products  as it has been highly purified to the extent that molecules of actual porcine are no longer present in the final p

    forms.office.com

     

    Please scan QR Code by holding over your mobile phone with your camera app open.

     

     

     

    Kind Regards

     

    School Nursing Immunisation Team

    Tel 02920907675

    Immunisation.CAVUHBschoolnursing@wales.nhs.uk

     

     

     

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    Cofiwch fod yn ymwybodol ei bod yn bosibl y bydd disgwyl i Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Caerdydd a�r Fro roi cyhoeddusrwydd i gynnwys unrhyw ebost neu ohebiaeth a dderbynnir, yn unol ag amodau'r Ddeddf Rhyddid Gwybodaeth 2000. I gael mwy o wybodaeth am Ryddid Gwybodaeth, cofiwch gyfeirio at wefan Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Caerdydd a�r Fro http://www.wales.nhs.uk/sitesplus/864/cymraeg

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  • MY SCHOOL FUND SAVING YOU & THE SCHOOL MONEY

    Published 18/05/21

    How does it work?

    My School Fund links your spend to your chosen school, meaning every time you make a purchase at participating retailers, currently Sainsbury's, Argos & ESPO, you both benefit through an innovative cashback scheme.

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  • Romilly Primary School Parent Teacher Association Virtual Spring/Summer Fair

    Published 15/04/21

    Romilly Primary School Parent Teacher Association Virtual Spring/Summer Fair 

     

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  • Romilly's High School Musical Video

    Published 15/04/20

    Our very own Video for the children to enjoy and show them how much we are missing them.

    A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who took part and especially to MRS SHERYL HOPKINS and DAUGHTER ALEX for editing and putting the video together

    If you can't see the video please click on this link https://youtu.be/Txfjy1NYEqc

     

     

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