We will be collecting pennies (and pounds) in the playground before and after school for Children in Need. Please empty old coat pockets, look down the back of the sofa and send all your spare change in to school for this worthy cause.
Sunday 27th October saw the start of diwali, a hindu festival. This festival is often referred to as the festival of lights. In assemblies and class this week children learned that hinduism is one of the 4 largest religions in the world. They found out that the festival also marks
This week our year 3 children had valuable road safety training. Each class had a professional who talked with them about the rules for crossing the road safely. Then the class went out of school to put this knowledge into practice. The children had to identify safe places to
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
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
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
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
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.
Parents and Carers, do you sit in your car with the engine running while you wait to collect your children after school? Under new proposals to cut pollution, such ‘idling’ could be banned outside
Press On! may be your answer… Join artist Fay Nicolson at our free drop-in printmaking workshops that run alongside the RCA: Print MA Interim Show at The Gallery.