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  Welcome Back   Dear Students, Parents and Friends of Royal School, A hearty ‘Happy New Year’ from all of the staff at Royal School. Certainly we are all excited as we move into 2018 – especially after such a pleasant Christmas break. I sincerely hope that all of you had a restful, peaceful and safe festive period. However, as […]
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Last week, on the 15th November, we were very proud to host an event which highlights both the surprisingly swift development of Royal School as well as the commitment to excellence in Romania: the official opening of the Secondary Section at Royal School. The parents and visitors to the school were welcomed by the school Ambassadors and escorted to the […]
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Financial education is increasingly important, and not just for grown-ups but also for students. It is becoming essential for the average family trying to decide how to balance its budget, buy a home, fund the children’s education and ensure an income when the parents retire. Of course people have always been responsible for managing their own finances on a day […]
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This week we are going to discuss Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), a term originally used by Elizabeth Newson and her collaborators in the 1980s to describe children with difficulties in social communication, in establishing relationships and using language accompanied by obsessive and rigid behaviours (The British Psychological Society, 2017). This syndrome is not yet registered with a diagnostic manual (DSM-5) […]
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Dear Parents, Our school is taking part in the Anti-Bullying Week this half term, Monday through Friday, 13-17 November 2017. The Anti-Bullying Week helps schools to shine a spotlight on bullying and encourage all children, teachers and parents to take action against bullying throughout the year. The theme this year is ‘All Different, All Equal’, as announced by the Anti-Bullying […]
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Dear Parents and Friends of Royal School   This week we are going to look at learning difficulties. Right from the start, we would like to underline the difference between learning difficulties and learning disabilities. To understand better, let’s focus on the following definitions: – specific learning difficulties (SpLDs) are socio-emotional or learning problems that distress a person’s ability to […]
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In line with a tradition we are slowly building, the newsletter for this week will discuss another interesting subject, highly controversial for the 21st century parenting: autism. It is controversial because, as of now, we know there is no one cause of autism. The recent research has been suggesting that autism develops from a combination of both genetic and non-genetic […]
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This, the penultimate Academic Newsletter for this half term, has a slight change of focus as it is designed to introduce the topic of “Learning Difficulties”.  The mandate for this is to educate and enlighten on the issues that many face on a day-to-day basis.  At Royal School, we have a policy which limits the numbers of students who need […]
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The topic of this week’s Academic Newsletter is Repeating a School Year and this can be a particularly difficult topic to breach with parents and students.  One of the main philosophies at Royal School is clear and transparent communication and, in this way, there are no surprises at the end of the academic year.   Royal School Academic Progression Criteria […]
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Upcoming Events
  1. School Legends preselection

    February 12 - March 16
  2. Half term

    February 16 @ 3:15 pm - February 26 @ 8:15 am
  3. School Legends round 2

    March 12 - March 16
  4. Global Money Week

    March 12 - March 16
  5. Community Assembly

    March 16