Rockliffe Manor is a diverse and thriving community with big ambitions! We pride ourselves on offering an engaging, global and high quality education for all of our children so that we can prepare them to be informed citizens of the 21st Century.

Building strong partnerships with parents and carers is at the heart of everything we do. We promote collaboration at all levels, both between home and school, as well as across our schools within the Inspire Partnership and beyond. We truly do believe that together everyone achieves more.

We strive for our children to be inspired by our exciting curriculum and to challenge themselves to excel in their learning. We are a values based school and this comes through in every relationship and aspect of school life. We actively promote character skills such as integrity, resilience and teamwork so that pupils develop the skills needed to become confident, compassionate leaders of the future.

We are very proud of our wonderful children and school community, and hope that you enjoy exploring our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to visit us or find out more.







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Latest News

Posted on: 07/03/2021

Regular Lateral Flow Testing for asymptomatic pupils

You 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 Lateral Flow Testing so we can work collectively to keep our community safe. Please note that this is weekly testing for people with no COVID symptoms. You can get tested weekly at a community testing site and can find the closest ones here: You can collect 2 packs of home test kits at a local collection point. Each pack contains 7 tests: or you can order kits for free to be sent to your home here: Testing for pupils showing symptoms Of course, if you or your child develops one or more of the following symptoms then you should get tested immediately by ordering a PCR test. a new continuous cough   a high temperature  a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)  it is very important that you do not send them to school. If your child develops one or more of these symptoms in school they will then be sent home and advised to follow the guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection  If your child has one or more of the above symptoms, you should: Request a coronavirus test immediately. Order a test. or order by telephone via NHS 119 Everyone living in the same household/ support bubble, including adults and other children, should self-isolate for 10 days  Keep the school informed about symptoms, self-isolation and test results. It is essential that you book a coronavirus test for your child and provide us with the result once you have this so that your child can return to school promptly.
Posted on: 10/12/2020

School Closure - Friday 18th December 2020

Following the announcement from the Government and Department for Education with regards to school closures for Christmas, please be informed that we are going to use Friday 18th December as an INSET day, and as a result of this all Inspire Partnership Schools will be closed.  The autumn term will officially end on Thursday 17th December 2020.     This decision takes into account the DfE recommendation that schools provide “six clear days” to manage any track and trace communication before Christmas Eve, as well as giving both pupil and staff families an extra day to isolate ahead of the period of relaxed restrictions over the Christmas holiday.    If your child tests positive up until the 23rd of December, please let us know by emailing After the 23rd of December, it is the responsibility of parents to work with NHS track and trace if a child tests positive for Covid-19:     Where a pupil or staff member tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), having developed symptoms more than 48 hours since being in school, the school should not be contacted. Parents and carers should follow contact tracing instructions provided by NHS Test and Trace.    All children should return to school on Monday 4th January 2021 when a full and normal timetable will resume. If your child is self-isolating during the holiday period and will miss the start of school, please call the school office on the first day back after the break.  Thank you for your support and co-operation through what has been a different and challenging term. Have a lovely break and we look forward to seeing you in the new year. 
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