At Rotherhite Primary School, we are always striving to offer the very best in everything that we do. This includes our website and how we communicate online to our parents and carers. Upon the launch of our brand new
Passion for learning
Passion for learning and high motivation are key components of our school’s success. By being confident, independent and collaborative learners, we aspire to achieve highly, both academically, creatively and socially.
We pride ourselves in providing a caring, happy and friendly atmosphere.
We aim to give the highest priority to academic excellence.
We believe that every child is different, yet equally important and valued.
Our school is well resourced and has stimulating resources for teaching.
The internet has changed all of our lives, particularly our children’s. For parents and carers this opens up a whole new world of things to be aware of. For many of us, this can all be a bit too much.
Its the first week back after the half term break and we are already hard at work here at Rotherhithe Primary School. This morning, we caught up with Jonathon, our music teacher who was busy working with some children studying the composer Johann Pachelbel. Johann Pachelbel (1653–1706) was a German composer and organist known almost exclusively…
It’s Friday 20th October 2017 and the last day of term; however, the school is looking busier than ever as all of the children are dressed up for Big Me Day 2017. So what is Big Me Day? Well, today both children and staff members have dressed up as what they want/ wanted to be when…
Welcome to RPS Newsround and our first video blog for the new term. In this round up, our brand new news team give us the low down on some amazing forthcoming events, some timely news on Secondary School applications and much more. To watch this months newsround, please click on the play button below.
The deadline for secondary school applications is the 31st October. If you have already completed your application and you live in Lewisham please contact Maxine Walters at the school office and inform her that the application has been submitted. If you require an further assistance please contact the school office.
October is Black History month. On Monday the children from year 1 to 6 were involved in workshops delivered by the Freshwater Theatre Company. The workshops were interactive and engaging. The presenter used props and encouraged children to act out scenes to help bring the workshop alive. The children were taught a bit about slavery…
What others are saying
Teachers are very accurate at assessing pupils’ progress. Marking is of a very high standard.
Teachers have high expectations. All pupils are set challenging targets in both English and Mathematics.
The school has comprehensive systems for checking pupils’ progress and very accurately identifies those that may need extra support. These systems have been very effective in raising pupils’ attainment and accelerating their progress.