On Wednesday 3rd April, Colleen and Danielle (Learning mentor) took 18 children to Goldsmiths University, for the next round of Debate Mate. They had a wonderful time. Their eloquence is impressive. They have now won so many
It’s time to get creative. We call all children to make and design spectacular bonnets during the Easter holidays, which we will display at our Easter Bonnet Parade. We will be holding the Parade on Wednesday 24th April. Reception will parade at 1:30
At RPS we are an inclusive school. We celebrate cultural diversity and teach tolerance and respect of all. Because of the excellent work we do in this area we hold the Inclusion Quality Mark and are a flagship school.
Dear Parents and Carers, I would like to draw to your attention that as of Monday 1st April 2019, School Uniform prices will be changed to the following: School Jumper (3-4 | 5-6 | 7-8 | 9-10 | 11-12): £11.50 School
As part of their topic covering nocturnal animals, Year 2 had an amazing visit by a number of exotic creatures and creepy crawlies on Thursday 28th March accompanied by Dave Sharpe of Raptorxotics! RAPTORXOTICS is a family
A sickle cell nurse provided training for teachers, parents and support staff this week to raise awareness of this medical condition and ensure that children with this medical need receive appropriate care in school. Thanks to Sharon Hudson
This week our children have been participating in an athletics competition. The advantage of this competition is that it has been held in school ensuring that the competition is fully inclusive.
There will be a range of opportunities for parents to see our children’s performing some exciting dance pieces. Please come. Year 1 & 2 parents: Monday 25th March at 2:30 pm Reception parents: Thursday 4th April
Seahorse Class have been learning all about Easter during RE Class this term, and as part of their learning, on Wednesday 20th March the class set off to visit St Mary’s Church. During their visit they heard more about
As we continue to work towards becoming a sustainable school, our year 5 children have continued to carry the eco-baton by visiting a recycling centre. Southwark’s education centre provides an informative