29th September was the start of the Jewish New Year. Our children have been learning about Rosh Hashanah in class and assembly. During Rosh Hashanah Jewish people celebrate the New Year with celebratory food, such as apples dipped in
On Saturday the 5th October it is World Teacher’s day. We are sure parents and children will join with us in wishing all of our talented teachers a happy restful day. In honour and recognition of their hard work all teachers received a special ‘healthy brunch’ today. We hope they enjoyed
I am very pleased to say that I managed to secure funding from the Amicable Society to purchase brass instruments. Owen Wales our brass teacher is teaching group lessons to children on Tuesdays and has selected a dedicated bunch of children from year 5 & 6 to have the
On Wednesday 1st October Luke Lennon-Ford a British sprinter visited RPS. Luke is coached by Linford Christie and took part with team GB in the London Olympics in 2012. He won a silver medal at the IAAF World indoor championships in 2014.
We are starting a variety of music lessons. Please see below a letter listing lunch and after school clubs that children can join. Some of these are paid clubs. All money will be managed by Margaret. Please complete the form attached and return to school if you are
Last week RPS boys and girls from years 5 & 6 took part in a variety of cross-country runs being held in Southwark Park. The children represented the school extremely well and their behavior was fantastic. Some of the girls also came back with medals.
You are warmly invited to the opening of the Rotherhithe Public Living Room, a temporary project space that supports the development of meaningful relationships, and explores ideas for the future development of the Rotherhithe Holder Station
On 20th September 2019, young people and adults are protesting across the world to demand transformative action to address the climate crisis. This was a unique opportunity for the children and staff at RPS Primary to support this protest by taking action on this historic day.
With the School Council Elections coming up fast on 26th September, this week children have been busy voting for their favourite nominees representing their year group. The ballet box was set up in the Junior hall and the children took some time to consider and place
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