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Department for Education Information on the Coronavirus

 

 

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We are continuing to keep you updated on the government’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Public Health England advises that the risk to individuals in the UK remains low.

Advice for those who have travelled recently

Yesterday, the Chief Medical Advisor for England, Chris Whitty updated advice for travellers returning to the UK from specific areas affected by COVID-19, which you can find at:

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Please share this guidance with your staff and cascade as appropriate.

If you have returned from the following specific areas since 19th February, you should call NHS 111 and stay indoors and avoid contact with other people even if you do not have symptoms:

  • Iran
  • Specific lockdown areas in Northern Italy (see link to maps below)
  • Special care zones in South Korea (see link to maps below)
  • Hubei province (returned in the past 14 days – see link to maps below)

If you have returned from the following areas since 19 February and develop symptoms, however mild, you should stay indoors at home and avoid contact with other people immediately and call NHS 111:

  • Northern Italy (defined by a line above, and not including, Pisa, Florence and Rimini – see link to maps below)
  • Vietnam
  • Cambodia
  • Laos
  • Myanmar

If you have a cough, or fever or shortness of breath and have visited any of the following areas in the last 14 days, stay indoors and call NHS 111 informing them of your recent travel:

  • China, apart from Hubei province (see link to maps below)
  • Thailand
  • Japan
  • Republic of Korea, apart from special care zones (see link to maps below)
  • Hong Kong
  • Taiwan
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Macau

Maps showing affected regions of China, Republic of Korea and Italy

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-specified-countries-and-areas

Advice for those who have travelled recently in a group, such as a school trip

There is no need to manage returning groups any differently. Pupils, students and staff returning from trips to the countries specified above should follow the same advice.

Where to find the latest information

Public Health England blog:
https://publichealthmatters.blog.gov.uk/2020/01/23/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-what-you-need-to-know/

Guidance for educational settings
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19

 
     

 

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Able Writers Day

 

A group of our Y5&6 children took part in the Able Writers Day that was held at Beacon Academy. The children worked with a Doctor Who scriptwriter who was able to provide lots of tips and advice to our writers.

 

Y3 and 4 Mixed Dodgeball

 

Well done to TeamRB who won the Y3&4 mixed dodgeball competition at Coben School. You are all superstars.

Cross Country

 

Well done to the team of 30 Robert Bakewell runners who entered the cross country races at Charnwood College. You all did amazing #teamRB

 

New Playground

 

The new playground opened today. It has already proved to be a big hit. https://twitter.com/i/status/1224263666679320576

 

Well done Rowan!

 

Congratulations to Rowan class for being the only class in school to get 100% attendance two weeks in a row.

Could you survive in the Poles?

 For this term the Reception children's topic is 'Could you survive in the Poles?' To start with they have been discussing the cold weather and that we are in the season of Winter. The children have been making snowflakes, creating snowmen and building igloo's for Space Bear Bob. It has been watching all the teamwork that has been happening for this task to be done.

Ancient Greece

This half term Year 6 are learning about Ancient Greece. Our question is: Would you rather be an Athenian or Spartan? 

The children have made a themselves into an Ancient Greek character and placed themselves onto a grid to show their vote. As we learn more about the difference between Athens and Sparta they may change their mind. You can see the grid on our Year 6 display in the 'Curriculum Corridor'. 

Insects

 

Cedar class have been learning all about insects. Edith brought in her worm habitat for everyone to see.

 

Year 3 Roman Day

 

We have had a very interesting visitor to our school this morning! The children have been recruited as Legionnaires into the Roman Army! They have learned all about what life as a Roman soldier is like, the equipment they would need and the formations they would have to learn!

 

Y5 Visit a Local Food Bank

 

Year 5 visited the local Food Bank in January and it was such an eye opening and interesting trip.  We saw where the food that we had donated at Christmas is stored, how it is stored and how it is then distributed to people.  We even got to have a go at putting dates on some of the items!

 

It was such a great opportunity to see how this amazing organisation works and to see just how hard people work to help it run smoothly!  

Dojo Winners

 

The child from each class who earned the most Dojo's in Autumn term was rewarded with a pizza lunch. Well done!

 

Pantomime at Loughborough Town Hall

 

The whole school attended the Jack and the Beanstalk pantomime today. Mr Bishop was a very good sport for going onto the stage.

Christmas PFA Fair

 

Our annual Christmas Fair was a huge success this week with a huge turnout from parents, children and friends of Robert Bakewell. All of the children had made a Christmas decoration for their parents to buy, Santa visited, mulled wine and cakes were on sale along with our raffle and lots of stall holders. Thank you to everyone who came and supported us.

 

 

 

Penguin Pete Production

Our Year 1 and 2 children performed their play for their parents and friends of Robert Bakewell to attend.

 

 

Y6 Residential Trip to Stanley Head

 

The annual Y6 residential trip took place in Stanley Head this year. The children had a brilliant time on the high ropes, climbing, caving and hiking amongst other activities.

 

Harvest Festival

 

Our annual Harvest Festival assembly took place today. We were very grateful for all of the donations. The three charities receiving our donations this year are the Salvation Army, our local food bank and a local cancer charity. Thank you very much to everyone who donated.

 

Apple Pressing

 

Our Reception and Year 1 had a fabulous time picking and then pressing apples from our trees. They all had a small bottle of juice to take home.

 

Macmillan Coffee Morning

 

Our annual Macmillan coffee morning took place today. We raised over £400. Thank you to everyone who donated.

 

 

Robert Bakewell's 2019 Creativity Challenge

 

We were very pleased to see the amazing work that has been created at home by the children of Robert Bakewell.  The children were allowed to create anything they wanted so long as it linked with their school learning and it could be in any form they wished. 

 

We were amazed by the creativity and dedication that each child has shown and as a result it was extremely difficult to choose a winner.

 

Our winners are:

1st - Olivia & Zara;

2nd - Archie;

3rd - Kate.

 

Well done to everyone that created wonderful work for us to share, and thank you to everybody at home for helping.

 

 Have a look at their wonderful creations below.

Robert Bakewell 'Take One Picture' Exhibition

 

Thank you to everybody who came to celebrate the wonderful creativity of the children of Robert Bakewell Primary School this afternoon.  The children were all very proud of their creations and we hope you were too. 

 

All of their work was inspired by Renoir's 'Umbrellas' and it was amazing to see the different outcomes of work that were created through the year groups. 

 

Well done to everybody involved!

Robert Bakewell Art Exhibition 2019

 

This afternoon we celebrated the wonderful art of the children of Robert Bakewell by having an exhibition incorporating the beautiful surroundings of our school grounds.  Everybody enjoyed walking around with their families and showing off their amazing art work.  Well done Robert Bakewell! 

Art Club

Art Club have been busy developing their observational art skills of nature this term.  The children have also created some wonderful fabric painted bags which will be on display at tomorrow's Robert Bakewell Art Exhibition on the school field.  Please come along and join us to celebrate the wonderful art your children have been creating this year.

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