At Rowlatts Hill Primary Academy, part of the Rushey Mead Educational Trust (RMET), we have high expectations of our children regardless of the individual challenges they may face. Learners make progress through the broad, balanced, enriched and creative curriculum which is delivered by the highly committed and skilled teaching and non-teaching staff. The curriculum will continue to evolve and be responsive to 21st century learning needs including global awareness and sustainability as well as ensuring it equips our learners with the essential skills they need as they develop and grow.
The statement of the school’s values “together we succeed through challenge and enjoyment”; more importantly these individual values of – Do challenge yourself; Do listen; Do show respect and Do be kind and Gentle can be seen in the way in which learners behave well in lessons and respond positively to the challenges set by their teachers. The school aims to provide every learner with a personalised education, where the individual and the particular needs of each learner are met. We will support our learners to be community citizens through respect and celebration of the varied cultures, racial backgrounds, languages spoken and individual characteristics which they represent. Their views will be sought and valued in all aspects of school life including the curriculum and what helps them learn including the curriculum and what helps them learn about life in modern Britain.
We are extremely proud of the improved academic performance the school has made since being removed from Special Measures in 2009 as we know it gives our pupils the best possible chance of opening up a wealth of life and career opportunities, not least setting them on track to achieve 5 A-Cs at GCSE. Rowlatts Hill Primary will continue to drive its own improvement, set its own challenging targets and recognize that for the sake of our learners we can always do better.
Rowlatts Hill Primary continues to be committed to maximizing learning opportunities across the whole school day and beyond. The school offers a wide range of drama, musical and sporting activities for children of all ages. We are particularly proud of our success in extra-curricular sporting activities which are offered to both girls and boys at no cost to our families.
The pupils and staff make Rowlatts Hill Primary a happy and special place to learn.
School Premises Manager
Full time (52 weeks) – Permanent Position
37 hours per week (working one of two shifts. 7...
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Rowlatts Hill Primary Academy
Balderstone CloseOff Ambassador RoadLeicesterLeicestershireLE5 4ES
Phase: Primary Schools
No. of Pupils: 358
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