Roberts Primary School
- updated 10.11.2020
Please see below the information about COVID from the local authority.
COVID-19 cases are continuing to soar in Dudley, and now the borough has the highest figures in the West Midlands.
Unless the number of cases starts to fall, local restrictions could remain in place post lockdown, and in the run up to Christmas.
Residents are being urged to follow the national lockdown rules:
- Stay at home, except for specific purposes.
- Avoid meeting people you do not live with, except for specific purposes.
Please help us at Roberts by spending as little time as possible on school grounds, avoiding grouping together with friends and wearing a mask at all times when on the school grounds.
You must self-isolate immediately if:
- you have any symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste)
- you've tested positive for coronavirus – this means you have coronavirus
- you live with someone who has symptoms or tested positive
- someone in your support bubble has symptoms or tested positive
- you're told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace or the NHS COVID-19 app
In case you have missed the list of INSET days on the school website, Roberts will be closed for staff training on:
- Friday 18th December 2020
- Thursday 1st April 2021
- Monday 21st June 2021
Please note that children are due back in school on Monday 4th January 2021.
When dropping off or collecting children, please park safely and avoid blocking our neighbour’s driveways.
- thank you
Thank you so much for your Harvest collection of food and toiletries for families and individuals in our local community.
The Black Country Foodbank will use all we have donated to make emergency food parcels for people in crisis. With your help, we have donated 570.5kgs of food and 32.5kgs of non-food!
An incredible amount, enough to provide 1,141 meals and 32 toiletry parcels. This is absolutely wonderful and we are so thankful that you have supported us in this amazing
Key recent information for you:
Welcome to our website which we hope you will find helpful and informative. Please contact the school if you need more information.
"Lighting the Way to Success"
At Roberts Primary School we want every child to achieve their full potential, to be happy and to develop a wide range of skills to equip them for their future lives. We believe that everyone can be successful in some way. We offer every child the chance to learn in an exciting and creative environment and to experience a caring, personalised education, and are encouraged and supported to achieve the very best that they can. We extend to each child a wide range of out of school active learning opportunities which may enrich their school days and help them to develop tolerance and self discipline. We are committed to working in partnership with parents and other agencies to enable everyone to live a full and healthy life and to make a positive contribution to our community.
Through the National Curriculum and work of the school we aim to:
- encourage the children to develop positive attitudes to learning and to achieve high standards of success;
- provide equality of opportunity for all children and staff;
- foster close co-operation between the school, home and wider community;
- help children to acquire a set of moral and spiritual values and develop habits of self-discipline and acceptable behaviour;
- help children to understand the world in which they live and so become caring, reliable and responsible members of society.
At Roberts Primary School, we believe that to be successful learners children need to be able to:
- work in partnership with others;
- solve problems;
- become a good role model in society;
- think for their selves and make their own decisions.
In order to be able to do these things successfully, children at Roberts need to live and learn 7 learning behaviours:
- Respect; looking out for each other and our environment.
- Cooperation; working together.
- Reasoning; being able to work things out.
- Communication; explain their thinking to others.
- Resilience; not giving up when the going gets tough.
- Curious; asking questions and investigating further.
- Reflect; thinking about and learning from successes and failures.
To see our latest Ofsted report (January 2018: GOOD) click here.
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