Search Results

81 items found for ""

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    It's not about ideas, it's about making it happen. Pupil Leadership our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 Pupil Power At Rugby Free Primary School we recognise the importance of pupils having a voice in the running of our school. We understand that by working with our children, we can see the school from their perspective allowing our school to go from strength to strength. Pupil Parliament Three children in each year group can apply for a role in our Pupil Parliament. They present their credentials and are democratically elected by their classmates each September. Our Pupil Parliament members have an important responsibility to represent the views of their peers. They will attend regular meetings with the PSHE lead or senior member of staff to air their views and to suggest improvements. They make real changes and get things done! Other pupil leadership opportunities We also encourage children at our school to apply for roles such as digital leaders, sports leaders, eco-warriors and to be part of an enterprise team, setting up their own businesses. We understand that part of a child’s educational journey is to hold responsibility, see democracy in action and make a real difference. At Rugby Free Primary School we regularly ask children to feedback to us about their education, truly valuing the feedback that only they can give us.

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Times of School and Attendance Reception - 8.40am-8.50am start and 3.10pm finish Year 1 - 8.40am-8.50am start and 3.10pm finish Drop off and collection on Reception playground All other year groups drop off and collection via main playground Year 2 – 8.40am start and 3.10pm finish Year 3 - 8.50am start and 3.15pm finish Year 4 – 8.50am start and 3.15pm finish Year 5 - 8.50am start and 3.20pm finish Year 6 – 8.50am start and 3.20pm finish our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 School times for Academic Year 2021-2022. ​ Please wear a mask (unless medically exempt and have shown proof to school) when dropping off and collecting, arrive on time and queue/stay at least 2 meters apart from other families/parents. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world. Malala Yousafzai Attendance Children who come to school every day stand the best possible chance of achieving well at school. ​ Lessons are like building blocks. Every block that a child misses will affect their knowledge and understanding and it is not easy to make up for this lost time. One of the best ways you can help your child achieve well is sending them to school every day. ​ For this reason, we ask you to support us in providing your child with a high quality education by ensuring they are in school and on time every single day, unless there are exceptional circumstances. ​ If your child is ill, please contact the school office by 9am on each day they will be absent. If your child is ill with vomiting and/or diarrhoea, the school’s policy asks that your child does not return to school until 48 hours has passed since they last exhibited symptoms. ​ Please book routine appointments such as dental check-ups outside school time. Attendance should be 95% or above. Any attendance below 90% is classed as persistent absenteeism and school will need to get involved to improve it. O Excel PS faz sentido pra mim? Se você está no início da faculdade ou já está procurando estágio, cursa alguma Engenharia, Economia, Administração, RI ou Contábeis e quer garantir o primeiro grande passo pra estagiar na sua área, esse curso certamente é para você. Por que eu preciso aprender Excel? O Excel é a ferramenta mais utilizada em, provavelmente, 90% das empresas que você conhece. E a grande maioria das vagas abertas por elas - e são muitas - exigem o Excel como pré-requisito. Ou seja... para garantir suas chances de ser contratado, o Excel, mais do que nunca, precisa ser sua prioridade. Eu vou ser capaz de aprender o conteúdo? Mesmo que você nunca tenha pintado uma célula no Excel - ou nem saiba o que é uma célula, você só precisa seguir o passo a passo simples que eu te mostrar para em até 4 semanas você aprender todo o conteúdo e ter a segurança de um Excel Avançado que as empresas tanto buscam em você. Vou ter suporte ao longo do curso? Suporte é pouco!! Somos conhecidos e reconhecidos pelo nosso cuidado com os alunos. Você vai poder tirar dúvidas com nossa equipe de professores focada nisso, solicitar ajuda caso tenha qualquer problema técnico, participar de aulas ao vivo de reforço e de conteúdos extras. Nenhuma dúvida sua será esquecida pelo Suporte Motim. Esse preço vai aumentar? Olhaaaa, nós construímos um projeto com um valor gigante e um preço muito acessível! Sabemos que ele vale muito mais por tudo que entregamos. Queremos sim, aumentar nos próximos meses. Mas, por enquanto, ele está com essa condição especial para você dar o primeiro passo com a gente logo! Veeeem! Vou me adaptar ao treinamento online? Super entendo você perguntar isso, é uma das perguntas que mais recebo! Geralmente o pessoal pensa nisso por dois motivos: falta de disciplina e contato com o professor. Criamos o Plano de Estudos e todo Suporte Motim/Aulas Ao Vivo para você ficar super tranquilo, não ter dúvidas e sim sucesso. Pode contar com a gente! Por que me inscrever agora? O Excel é um pré-requisito básico na maioria das empresas e você precisa cumprir o quanto antes para ter tempo de dominar os diferenciais da sua área e deixar a concorrência pra trás. Mata logo isso e de quebra aproveita a condição especial. Combinado? Quando começam as aulas? Todo conteúdo que você precisa para colocar o Excel Avançado em seu CV já está gravado e assim que você se inscrever tem acesso imediato. Você pode fazer no seu tempo, super flexível. Além isso, de 15 em 15 dias você vai ter aulas ao vivo com a gente! Qual é a ementa do curso? Você vai aprender tudo o que as grandes empresas esperam de você e o que você precisa pra se destacar usando o Excel, de uma maneira simples, prática e divertida. Através de cases e desafios reais, você vai aprender todas essas fórmulas e ferramentas (toque aqui) . Application for Leave of Absence

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Calendar Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory. Dr Seuss

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    School Meals It has been shown that when children eat a healthy, nutritious lunch their concentration and learning is better in the afternoon. It also has the added benefit of teaching children more about social interaction and encouraging them to try new and exciting foods. Back to Parents our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 For those parents who have children with specific food allergies, intolerances or cultural needs, please contact the school office to make them aware of your child’s needs and discuss how your child can enjoy delicious free school meals along with all their class mates and the choices available. Imagine a world where every child was educated about how amazing food is. Jamie Oliver Universal Infant Free School Meals Pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 all have a school dinner. This is compulsory unless they have a specific medical need not to. This is free through Universal School Meals funding. We have a team of talented cooks who work hard in our own school kitchen. They provide a very balanced menu with four meal options per day. Children select their lunch option as part of registration each morning and are then given a band in the colour corresponding to their choice. Parents are encouraged to discuss their child’s meal choice with them in advance. School Meals for Children in Year 3 - 6 Pupils in Year 3 – 6 may bring a packed lunch or have a school dinner. The cost of school dinners is £2.50 per day and can be paid via ParentPay. If your child brings in a packed lunch from home, this needs to be balanced and healthy. Please avoid sending your child to school with any bars of chocolate, packets of sweets or fizzy drinks. At RFPS we teach and encourage healthy eating and hope that parents support us in this. We do not want to ban certain food items as we believe in parental choice, however, please be aware of the effect that sugar highs and lows have on concentration, learning and behaviour. If your child brings grapes into school as part of their lunch or at snack time, these need to be cut up length ways. We have a strict NO NUTS POLICY due to having children with serious, airborne nut allergies. Menus School lunch menus run on a three week rotation. Please find attached our latest menus. Lunch Menu 2021-22 Pupil Premium If you think you may be entitled to help towards free school meals, please click here . School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme The School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) is a government programme that entitles every child in England, aged 4-6 in fully state-funded schools to a piece of fruit or vegetable each school day, this equates to approximately 2.3m children in approximately 16,300 schools. The scheme was introduced following the NHS Plan, launched in 2000, which included a commitment to implement a national fruit and vegetable scheme by 2004. The School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme is funded by the Department of Health. The Scheme is part of the national 5 A DAY programme. Fruit and vegetables are key to a healthy lifestyle and it is recommended that children eat at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day. Research has indicated that on average children in England only eat around three portions daily, with many eating fewer. Children in years 3 through to year 6 can still enjoy fruit and vegetables at break time but this must be brought in from home. Please ensure this is fruit and vegetables only and nuts must not be included and is separate from their packed lunch. Cool Milk in School Our school provides a milk scheme that gives all children under five FREE milk. Our milk is provide by Cool Milk who supply us with fresh, cool, dairy milk cartons. At this time this is only dairy milk and does not include other milk to cater for allergies & intolerances. Children under five will automatically be offered milk once they start with us and this will stop on their 5th birthday. If your child is over five and you would like them to receive daily milk in school, then please complete the application form below and send directly to Cool Milk. This is chargeable at around £14 per term which can be paid for termly or annually. More details are available here: https://www.coolmilk.com/ Lunch times are supervised in the hall by our team of Teaching Assistants and Sports Coaches, who know the children and can encourage them to eat well.

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Local Governing Body (LGB) Rugby Free Primary School is primarily governed by Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow (LT2) Trust. However, in addition to LT2, we have an advisory board called the Local Governing Body (LGB). Go to Our Community our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 The LGB’s main focus is on Teaching and Learning and Safeguarding aspects of school development. This attention on specific areas of education allows for in-depth support and challenge which aids school improvement further. Instead of opting for ad-hoc solutions, the need of the hour is to tackle the root cause of the problems. Who is part of the LGB and what do they do? The LGB is made up of a group of highly skilled and dedicated parents, teachers and members of the local community who are committed to the constant improvement of RFPS. All of the members of the LGB give up their time to ensure that RFPS offers high quality and safe education to all of its pupils and the local community. The LGB holds 6 meetings per year where they challenge the leaders of the school about aspects of Teaching and Learning. Robust and effective discussions take place within these meetings and actions decided upon. The LGB members also come in to school on a regular basis to see learning in action. They observe lessons with a leader, look at the pupils’ progress in their books, meet with teachers to discuss their lessons and look at the curriculum and talk to the children about their experiences at school. Please find attached the list of LGB members and their specific area of school development or curriculum subject focus. If you are interested in becoming a LGB member, please email the school office and we would love to have a chat about the role with you. Although we have no vacancies at present, we may do in the future. You can find a copy of the LGB Register of Interests 2020-21 here. LGB Members & Roles

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Data Protection and Freedom of Information Rugby Free Primary School is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses data in order to meet it's data protection obligations under the UK GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018. our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 The Data Protection Act 2018 is intended to improve the safety and security of personal data held by organisations and to ensure that people understand what information is held about them and why. Safety starts with awareness. Awareness starts with you. Go to Key Information What does the UK GDPR mean for schools? A great deal of the processing of personal data undertaken by schools will fall under a specific legal basis, ‘in the public interest’. As it is in the public interest to operate schools successfully, it will mean that specific consent will not be needed in the majority of cases in schools. ​ GDPR will ensure data is protected and will give individuals more control over their data, however this means schools will have greater accountability for the data: ​ Under GDPR, consent must be explicitly given to anything that isn’t within the normal business of the school, especially if it involves a third party managing the data. Parents (or the pupil themselves depending on their age) must express consent for their child’s data to be used outside of the normal business of the school. Schools must appoint a Data Protection Officer and be able to prove that they are GDPR compliant. Schools must ensure that their third party suppliers who may process any of their data is GDPR compliant and must have legally binding contracts with any company that processes any personal data. These contracts must cover what data is being processed, who it is being processed by, who has access to it and how it is protected. It will be compulsory that all data breaches which are likely to have a detrimental effect on the data subject are reported to the ICO within 72 hours. At Rugby Free Primary School we have always taken great care of the personal information we hold about pupils and parents, however, the new law means that we are taking some further steps. Please click the following links for more information: General information, details of our Data Protection Officer and related policies including our Data Protection Policy which includes our data breach and subject access request procedures LT2 Privacy Notices for Students, Parents/Carers, Staff, Applicants and Visitors/Volunteers Subject Access Requests and Freedom of Information

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Key Information COVID-19 Information Pupil Premium ​ School Development Priorities Admissions ​ Sports Premium ​ OFSTED ​ ​ Policies ​ COVID-19 Catch Up Premium Equal Opportunities and Diversity Safeguarding ​ Curriculum ​ Data Protection & Freedom of Information SEND ​ School Data ​

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Year 5 In Year Five we foster a caring, stimulating environment where pupils can learn in a place filled with happiness and mutual respect. Back to Year Groups our core values kindness red endeavour tint our core values 1/18 Our school values are taught throughout our curriculum and continuously remind pupils how to further develop their personal, social and emotional development. Experience is the teacher of all things. Julius Caesar We prioritise the well-being of our pupils and aim to create strong relationships where our pupils can openly discuss their thoughts and feelings and know that they will always be listened to and made to feel safe. We hope for our pupils to be much more independent in Year Five and we focus highly on growing the children’s mindset. When children stumble across more difficult challenges both academically and socially we work hard with our pupils to support them in overcoming hurdles. We believe in doing so it will prepare them to tackle many different situations and scenarios both in and outside of the classroom and support them in becoming great citizens within our society. In Year Five we have designed our curriculum using the national curriculum and building upon vital knowledge and skills acquired in KS1 and KS2. Our pupils continue to learn through carefully chosen topics. Throughout these topics children will be exposed frequently to a variety of subjects including Maths, English, Art, Design Technology, Science, Music, PE, History, Religious Studies and Geography. Below you will find curriculum letters and knowledge organisers for each topic. These documents outline what your child will learn each half term. It also outlines what a typical day looks like for our Year Five children and contact information for your child’s class teacher. You will also find a long term plan which outlines which topics your child will be learning about throughout the course of their academic year. Pharoahs Alchemy Island Stargazers Off With Her Head Allotment Scream Machine Knowledge Organiser Year 5 Long Term Plan 2021

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Letters Home Please click below to see the letters sent home: Education is the powerful weapon you can use to change the world. Nelson Mandela Covid Update Letter – April 2021 School Parking Nov 2020 School Parking April 2021 – From CEO Parent Letter for WOW – Walk to School Challenge 2021 Compass School Health – March 2021 Rainbow Reading Challenge – October 2020 RSE Letter – March 2021

  • Rugby Free Primary School

    Year Groups Reception Year 5 Year 1 Year 6 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4