About Roman Way Academy .....

 

Roman Way Academy is situated in large grounds with a range of play equipment located on the playground and on the field.  We also have a heated outdoor swimming pool with changing facilities.

The school has twelve large classrooms which are situated in two buildings on our school site.  Classrooms are well equipped with computer access with Interactive Whiteboards and use of chromebooks, netbooks, ipads and visualisers.  All Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 classrooms have access to their own outside learning areas.  The outside learning areas are all securely fenced and used for outdoor learning opportunities, cross curricular practical work, creative activities and whole group learning.  The whole school has access to a nature area, outside heated swimming pool, extensive field, two playgrounds with climbing equipment and a hall.  In addition to the classrooms the school has a separate dining room, hall, music room and library. The music room is used by the whole school and our specialist music practitioner takes classes.  The music room enables the teaching of singing, drama opportunities, music lessons and extra curricular instrument sessions on musical instruments such as keyboards, ukuleles and recorders.

 

Everyone at Roman Way is committed to the safety of our children. All our staff and governors have up-to-date Child Protection training and are fully committed to the safeguarding and welfare of each child.

 

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News Blog

Romans Topic Key Stage 2

         To begin the KS2 topic on Romans, the children investigated 10 artefacts. They looked at them in detail, predicting what they could be or made of and asking historical questions to help them find out more about the object.

        (Please see photographs in the Key Stage 2 gallery)
 

Kings and Queens

Key Stage 1 had a wonderful afternoon becoming Royalty, parading their homemade crowns and celebrating the end of term. (for more photo's see the Key Stage 1 Gallery)

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