Shirts: Plain, white, cotton long/short sleeved shirt with collar or white polo t-shirt Jumper: Blue school jumper / fleece with the school badge (available to purchase at the School office) Trousers: Grey Trousers – no tracksuit bottoms Skirt: Grey, plain
On the 20th September young people around the world will be demanding action to protect the environment. They are calling for an end to use of fossil fuels and attempting to raise awareness of important environmental issues to help create a cleaner and
Monday 16th September is ‘National Teaching Assistants’ Day’. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness of the valuable contribution teaching assistants make to the education and support of children across the country. We would like to thank our teaching assistants for their
Dear Parents and Carers, On Tuesday 17th September 2019, Rotherhithe Primary School will be hosting a special workshop for parents covering all aspects of Secondary School Transitions. The workshop will offer a very clear and
Dear Parents and Carers, First of all, a huge welcome back to a brand new term here at Rotherhithe Primary School. We also offer a warm welcome to our new pupils and parents starting here with us. We all are looking forward to meeting you all and to enjoying a
Dear Parent/Carer, We are delighted to inform you that we are now offering a 15hr top up service in the nursery. If your child is currently attending 15hrs per week and you are interested in additional hours, please speak to Rachel Kearns.
The Executive Head Teacher has met with the successful contractors who will be starting the new build works from the 25th July. The first stage of these works will involve moving electrical equipment. Class teachers are busy trying to clear these areas of the building ready
Sadly, it is that time of year when we need to say some goodbyes. Goodbye Orla Walsh, Naomi Jameson, Rebecca Wear and Alex Hall. Four of our talented teachers. We thank each of them for their hard work and dedication to our children. We wish them all the best in
Currently year 2 and 3 have 3 classes. This was due to the local authority asking the school to open additional classes due to an expected high intake in those year groups. The reality is, however, that London schools have falling rolls. This means that more children are
Year 6 have been working tirelessly on their end of year performance the Lion King. Children across the school have had the opportunity to watch the play. It was truly like going to the theatre – the children thoroughly loved it. They looked amazing too with their faces painted.