• Book Fair - October 2017

    Our Scholastic Book Fair has raised £806 in free books for our school. Thank you to everyone who attended at helped out at the book fair.

  • Zone 1: The Pentecostal Church, Eve Lane - Thursdays term time, 6.15pm - 7.30pm

    Zone 1 is a church based club with stories, songs, quizzes and games. For more details, call the church on 01902 663000 or 01902 662777.

  • BBC Children in Need 2016. Roberts Primary School - TOP FUNDRAISER!

    Roberts has been identified as one of the top 500 fundraisers out of the 17,000 schools that were involved in last year’s has been awarded a loyal supporter award.

  • Handy Helpers: Macmillan Coffee Morning - £191.40 raised.

    The coffee morning was a great success.  The final total sent off to Macmillan was £191.40, thanks to all who took part.

  • Football: Roberts v Foxyards - Thursday 14th November 2017 (away)

    Our first football match of the year - and 5-0 to Roberts! Well done!

  • Handy Helpers Meeting - Tuesday 23rd January 2018, 6-7pm

    Come along and find out how you can help. Meet in the main entrance at 6pm. See Mrs Hunt or Mr Hughes for more details.

  • Nursery and Reception: Puppet Show, Monday 18th December

    Children from Nursery and Year 1 get their annual puppet show.

  • Year 1: Christmas Workshops, Monday 18th December

    Georgina Varney comes in to work with all Year 1 children.

  • Years 1, 2, 3 and 4: Flip and Dippy Visit - Tuesday 19th December

    Flip and Dippy come into school with their own form of very special entertainment.

  • Nursery: Christmas Party Day - Tuesday 19th December

    Nursery get the chance to come into school in their party clothes.

  • School Closes - Wednesday 20th December, 1.30pm

    Don't forget that school closes at 1.30pm on Wednesday 20th December (Nursery closed all day) . Have a good Christmas and Happy New Year.

  • Tuesday 2nd January 2018 - back to school!

    Welcome back! Doors open at normal time of 8.45am.

  • Gold Book Praise Assembly - Friday 5th January

    Well done to all children nominated for their achievements. Come and join us from 9am to share in their celebration.

  • Choir: Young Voices Performance - Tuesday 9th January

    A chance for children to perform at the Genting Arena.

  • Year 4: Water Cycle Workshops - Wednesday 10th January

    Year 4 work alongside Severn Trent Water as part of their topic work.

  • Year 1: Forest Schools begin - Friday 12th January (Red 1 and Blue 1) and Friday 19th January (Yellow 1)

    Wrap up warm, Year 1 are back into the woods for their Forest School!

  • School Council: Change4Life - Friday 12th January

    Some of our School Council get to meet other school School Council members at a Change4Life event at St Mary's C of E Primary School.

  • Nursery Application Deadline - Monday 15th January 2018

    Please make sure that nursery applications for the academic year 2018/19 are submitted by Monday 15th January 2018.

  • Year 1: Arctic and Antarctica Polar Regions Workshops - 22.01.18 (Yellow 1), 24.01.18 (Blue 1), 25.01.18 (Red 1)

    An invite to parents and carers to come and join in Year 1's Polar learning so far.

  • Handy helpers Meeting - Tuesday 23rd January, 6pm

    All welcome, come along and join us and find out what you can do to help us.

  • Are you claiming, or about to claim, Universal Credit?

    Come and talk to Dudley Council Plus about how to manage your money during these changes. Free one-to-one support and guidance available on 0300 555 8100

     

  • School Dinners 2017-18

    Please note that from Monday 11th September school meal prices will be £2.30. Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 do not have to pay for theirs.

  • Reception and KS1 Parents and Carers: Keeping Up With the Children - English Course

    A Family Learning Course to help you develop your skills in supporting your child's Literacy skills. First session Friday 6th October, 9-11am.

  • Please tell us if you change your address or contact details at any time.

    Help us to keep in touch with you by text and mobile!

  • Blue 6 Assembly - Friday 19th January

    Come along and join us to find out what Blue 6 have been doing in their classrooms. Approximately 9am start.

Brightsparks

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Brightsparks offers parents and carers a  safe, stimulating and caring environment in which children will have opportunities for a variety of play activities including board games, arts and crafts, use of computer suite and much more.

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Children are given breakfast in the morning and a snack in the evening. Menus are available for parents to see. We will of course try to accomodate special dietary needs.

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During the year special events at the end of term, when school closes early, are arranged for all Brightsparks registered children (like cinema or zoo visits).

Telephone 07825 194150 to speak to Sarah, our manager,  about your child's place, costs and availability.