Rendell Primary School Careers Site Eteach (17509)


Rendell School has been serving its local community for over 100 years having celebrated its centenary in 2003. The school offers a purpose built environment with modern facilities and resources. We serve a very diverse catchment area with children coming from both private and social housing in North Loughborough. Our Number on Roll is 330. We also run Little Owls Pre-school on our site. Our dedicated staff care about the needs of all our community, and strive to give children the opportunity to grow and develop as individuals during their time with us.

We fully recognise how important it is to work closely with our parents and carers to ensure our children are provided with the best possible start to their school lives. Children's learning is supported by a skilled team of teachers and learning support staff which has an effective blend of experience and youth. Our curriculum offers a wide range of exciting opportunities and learning experiences both in school and through an extensive range of clubs, day and residential trips. The school grounds include a school field, playgrounds, a garden area and an adjacent play area shared with the community with varied play equipment. We are part of a loose collaborative group of nine schools in the area. The Loughborough Primary Academy Partnership works together on joint activities such as curriculum development, monitoring and evaluation, and quality assurance work. It is a dynamic group that seeks to improve the educational experience for children in Loughborough.  


Rendell prides itself on being a warm, welcoming and friendly school with a rich diversity of cultures.  Our mission is to give all our children the opportunity to grow and develop as individuals during their time with us and to work closely with our parents and carers to ensure our children are provided with the best possible start to their school lives. All at Rendell work incredibly hard to provide a stimulating learning environment which we are very proud of and active learning is at the heart of our curriculum which is lively, creative and engaging, combined with the expectation of high standards.

Working for us

If you're searching for your next post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.

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Our Aims

At Rendell School it is our intention:

· That all members of the school, both children and staff, will work together to create an environment where both children and adults show respect, courtesy and kindness towards each other.

· To ensure both children and parents feel welcome and valued.

· To create a secure, stimulating and supportive learning environment, which is free from fear and anxiety.

· To enable children to develop an understanding of, and a respect for, cultures and religions different to their own.

· To ensure a process of continuous review and development of policies and procedures, which involves all staff and the Governing Body.
· To help all children reach their full potential regardless of gender, age, race or disability.

· To provide a curriculum which is both challenging and interesting.

· To provide learning situations which draw on the children's own experiences where possible and encourage them to make decisions and take an active part in their learning.
· To enable children to develop a positive self-image and a sense of worth.

· To ensure a structure where individual children feel secure and confident.

· To respond to the whole child and value each child's contribution.
· To enable children to develop an awareness of social responsibility to the school, the local community and to society in general.

· To encourage children to take part in group and team activities to enable them to develop social skills and accept responsibilities.

Candidate Benefits

Secure Car parking, refreshments, Tea and Coffee, Rendell Clothing for PE/Sports and out of school trips.  Programme of CPD. In-house coaching and mentoring.

School site entrance on Howard street with secure staff parking on Rendell Street.  On street parking for one hour (staff permits available on request).


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