Monday 11th November marks the annual day of remembrance for the many brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for freedom throughout Europe. In preparation for this very important day of reflection, the children have prepared
Throughout this week Rotherhithe Primary School has been taking part in Anti-Bullying Week 2019 organised again this year by the Anti-bullying alliance. This year’s focus is “Change Stars with Us!”. This means that we are responsible for making
We will be fundraising for Children in Need on Friday 15th November. Instead of their school uniform children can wear ‘spots’ to school in return for a donation for this worthy charity. We suggest a £1 donation which we will collect at the gates.
At RPS we are always encouraging children to be empathetic and supportive of each other. Next week we will be starting our ‘anti-bullying’ themed weeks. Children will be participating in lessons and workshops to promote an anti-bullying culture.
RPS is signing up to play an online word building challenge. The aim is for children to race against the clock to build as many words as they can from 15 letters. The competition starts next week; children will be
Bonfire Night is always an exciting event for children – whether their families decide to visit an official display or choose to purchase their own fireworks. But with many people, including children, hospitalised with firework-related injuries each autumn,
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
Join us on Saturday 26th October at the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre for the Poppy Appeal Launch 2019. The Royal British Legion invite everyone from the Rotherhithe, Bermondsey and Surrey Quay area to join them and the Mayor of
It is with sadness that we say goodbye to Iman, TA who will be leaving us on the 31st October. We have a replacement TA called Quendresa and welcome her to Rotherhithe. We will also be waving a fond fairwell to Kellie Ansell who will be taking a year long sabbatical
You may have noticed builders have placed temporary gates onto the school grounds on Hawkstone Road. This is so that they can clear the ground ready for the next stage of the building work. From December the school playground will be out of