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OUR VALUES AND VISION

Our Vision

We have a strong vision for Rockliffe built upon our core values of:

  • Kindness
  • Respect
  • Effort
  • Cooperation
  • Responsibility
  • Individuality

Each of these values permeate our curriculum and underpin every interaction we have with the wider school community.

Our aim is to provide a safe, happy and stimulating learning environment that engages and inspires all learners and encourages every child to reach their full potential.

We achieve this by:

  • Creating a safe and happy environment that inspires curiosity
  • Establishing a supportive partnership with parents, carers and governors where we are all responsible for our children's learning
  • Working alongside the school community to enhance children’s learning and further develop the school
  • Creating inspiring learning opportunities for all children that reflect the diversity, values, cultures, beliefs, abilities and additional needs of children within our community
  • Providing a bespoke, broad and balanced curriculum which fosters a love of learning and a curiosity about the world
  • Encouraging children to become resilient and compassionate members of society

     

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Latest News

Posted on: 27/04/2021

Rockliffe announce a programme of parental engagement activities

We 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 connect with other parents. These sessions have been planned to share with you some of our key priorities over the Summer Term. Parent Workshop focus   Date Lead RSE: How Relationship Education will enhance our curriculum offer at Rockliffe Manor   Wed 28th April 2021 1.30pm   Miss Smith Zoom details https://zoom.us/j/95361902944?pwd=OWVjaXJEYW1XSGs1djF2KzRZYm1YUT09 Meeting ID: 953 6190 2944                       Passcode: 2tmm70                                                                                                                       Parent Workshop focus   Date Lead Limitless Minds: How to learn, lead and live without limits   The session will explore what the Limitless Minds approach is, how it is incorporated into our curriculum and the impact this has had so far.   Thurs 13th May 2021 9.30am     Ms Wallace Zoom details   https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85081616948?pwd=amVkSFFOSXJCM083U1hUY2FLWDFGQT09   Meeting ID: 850 8161 6948                          Passcode: Rockliffe Parent Workshop focus Date Lead Oracy: Talk vs Oracy   The session will explore what oracy is, why it is important, how it is used in the classroom and what can be done to support this at home.     Wed 26th May 2021 9.30am     Miss Lilley Zoom details https://zoom.us/j/93376244262?pwd=QWZKaEQxR2FIbEdTYktsNHQ3dzREQT09   Meeting ID: 933 7624 4262 Passcode: oracy Each of these activities will take place over Zoom via the above details. We welcome all feedback and ask that you email us this on info@rockliffemanor.greenwich.sch.uk. We look forward to welcoming many of you to these and to building our relationships with you once again following the long break of restrictions.
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: https://find-covid-19-rapid-test-sites.maps.test-and-trace.nhs.uk/ You can collect 2 packs of home test kits at a local collection point. Each pack contains 7 tests: https://find-covid-19-rapid-test-sites.maps.test-and-trace.nhs.uk/ or you can order kits for free to be sent to your home here:  https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests 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. https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-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.
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