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At Rockliffe Manor, we believe that primary education is the key to success.
Welcome to the Rockliffe Manor Primary School website where you will find relevant information about the school, policies, initiatives and news from around our school. Rockliffe Manor Primary School is a unique and diverse learning community that provides the best possible support in enabling all pupils to achieve their potential. Pupils and staff are highly motivated and firmly believe in learning together in partnership with our community and beyond.
Rockliffe announce a programme of parental engagement activitiesWe are pleased to inform you that we have put together a programme of parental engagement activities. These sessions will take place virtually and will be an opportunity to learn about a range of ways to support your child’s development. Presentations and workshops include ways to help and support your child with their learning as well as an opportunity to meet and connec...
Red Nose Day March 2021On Friday 19th March, Rockliffe Manor School are pleased to support Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day and invite children to wear a red top or jumper together with their school trousers or skirt (red noses are also welcome- official red noses or face painted on!) By taking part and donating £1, you will be supporting Comic Relief. Thanks to your donations,...
Regular Lateral Flow Testing for asymptomatic pupilsYou may know that staff within the school are testing twice a week using Lateral Flow Devices. This means that we are able to identify any asymptomatic cases and ensures another level of safety. The government has announced that Lateral Flow Tests will be made available to families and pupils as schools reopen via community testing. We highly encourage that families do use Lat...
- Posted on: 11/06/2021Year 3 have worked collaboratively to identify the impact of key female historical figures such as the suffragettes. They then created a human timeline, exploring the ways that these women have paved the way for gender equality https://t.co/71yzbjCd8C
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- Posted on: 11/06/2021Celebration assembly has given us something to really celebrate because for the first time in a year, we have most of the school together in person! Well done to all of the children who have been demonstrating our school values this week! 🎉🎉 https://t.co/0SZMHQubDW
- Posted on: 10/06/2021Year 3 have been inspired by their theme of local community to research key historical facts about their local area. We researched about the Thames Barrier and the Royal Arsenal and worked collaboratively with our teams. https://t.co/2YHamgn2xw