Year 6 Mount Cook Residential Visit

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Jul 162021

Year 6 were fortunate to have a wonderful three days at Mount Cook Adventure Centre in Derbyshire earlier this week. They very much enjoyed the activities on offer: zip wire, archery, high ropes, land kart building, bushcraft, campfire, adventure walk and orienteering. Not only were the activities exciting, the meals were wonderful and plentiful! Perfect for building up the energy for the next day!

Here are some photos from the trip:

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Sports Day 2021

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Jun 272021

We were blessed with perfect weather for this year’s Sports Day and the children all competed brilliantly. Year 3 and 4 had their Sports Day in the morning, Year 5 and 6 in the afternoon. They started with the team events, every child competing in their house over the 8 events around the field and the playground. The team events were followed by the individual obstacle race, long distance race, sprint and sprint relay finals. The whole school came out onto the field at the end of the day to hear the final result – well done to everyone in Neptune who celebrated a fine win.

It was such a shame that friends and family were not able to attend, but the children enjoyed the day nevertheless. We look forward to things returning to normal for next year’s Sports Day! Here are some photos from the day:

Year 3 and 4:

Year 5 and 6:


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Year 6 Football

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Jun 092021

We played our annual Year 6 boys and girls football games against Carnarvon Primary this afternoon and what a pleasure it was to see children from across Bingham take part in the games with such great attitudes. 

The girls were up first and Carnarvon scored first. Robert Miles hit back and then went into the lead 2 – 1, Carnarvon fought back and drew level at 2 – 2 and took the lead again with a 3rd. Despite Robert Miles’ best efforts, the equalizer never came and the game finished in a 3 – 2 victory to Carnarvon. Well done to Carnarvon and well played to all the girls. 

It was then the boys’ turn and it was another very tightly contested match. Chances for both sides came and went until Robert Miles scored late in the second half. This proved to be the decider, and after a very exciting second half with disallowed goals and goal line saves, the game finally finished 1 – 0 to Robert Miles. Once again, well played to all who took part. All the players who played today in both games should be very proud of how they represented their schools. Here are the Robert Miles teams:

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Year 4 Boys Football

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Jun 082021

A really big well done to the year 4 boys football team who played this afternoon against Carnarvon Primary School. This was the first inter school football team we have played for well over a year and it was great to see so many children from both schools enjoying a sunny afternoon playing football. 

The boys were paying for the Alex Munn Interschool Trophy, and it was great to see Robert Miles retain the trophy with a fine 9 – 1 victory. Well done boys!

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Full Reopening on March 8th

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Mar 052021

We are very much looking forward to welcoming all children back to school on Monday 8th March. All parents and carers should have received full details about the reopening via email along with the following documents that you may also access here:

Full Opening Plan March 21

One Page Practical Guide March 21

What to do if guide

Please contact school if you have any further questions about school’s operation from the 8th March.

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RMJS Remote Learning Plan

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Jan 052021

In order to ensure that learning is continued in the event of national or local lockdowns and self-isolation, Robert Miles Junior School has developed the following plan. This plan offers remote learning opportunities whilst also acknowledging that some households have limited access to devices and would require hard-copies of work and resources and/or loan of a school iPad.

This plan will be applied in the following instances:

  1. An individual is self-isolating because of a positive test within the household;
  2. A group of children are self-isolating because of a case of coronavirus in the bubble;
  3. A whole bubble or cohort is self-isolating because of an outbreak of coronavirus;
  4. The whole school is closed due to staffing issues relating to coronavirus or a National Lockdown.

The plan complies with the expectations and principles outlined in the DFE document Guidance for Full Opening of Schools and Remote Education Good Practice, and meets the expectations for Remote Learning  as set out in the DfE Guidance for Schools (pages 46-50).

Click here to access Robert Miles Junior School’s full Remote Learning plan. 

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Year 3 Greek Museum

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Mar 032020

Year 3 have been learning all about the Ancient Greeks and had to research and make an artefact that you might find in a museum. They made some wonderful things, as you can see from the photographs. Not only did they make the objects, they then had to take the role of museum curator and answer questions about their artefacts from the children from other classes who came to have a look round. 

Thank you to all who helped out with the homework project, we very much appreciate your support.

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