I would like to welcome you to Rykneld Primary School. We pride ourselves on our passion and enthusiasm from all of our adults in school towards caring, supporting, nurturing and educating our children. We all love to see our children succeed but here at Rykneld, we like to enrich our children through the exciting curriculum that we offer, both in and outside of the classroom.
As a school, we pride ourselves in placing children at the centre of all that we do, focusing on their academic and personal development and reaching their potential in both. We love our school and are very proud of our achievements. We place great importance on learning and creating a learning community for children and adults alike.
As the school continues to grow, we are determined to offer a setting and environment which is deemed exceptional for both our pupils and staff. We are driven and supported by the excellent JTMAT in our vision and for this academic year, we are excited to welcome considerable changes and a full refurbishment to our Early Years setting.
We are a highly inclusive school and make sure that everyone can succeed in a place where they feel safe, happy and well. We are proud to be recognised as Runners Up in the National SEND Awards for 2019-2020 and this is a reflection of the considerable efforts that we all make towards an inclusive environment. Safeguarding children is very, very important to us. We take great care in making sure that our policies reflect our practice and procedures.
Children have a voice at our school. They are encouraged to help make decisions about changes we make. Some children are chosen, through a democratic election, to be on the School Council, become digital leaders, sports ambassadors, anti-bullying ambassadors, librarians as well as other forms of representative opportunities.
We have an open door policy and you will always be welcome here. Come and see what we are and what we do!
Mr. R. Cruise
Well done to 6C’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador for delivering an informative assembly about bullying behaviour. The children thought carefully about the messages shared and developed their understanding of how to be an upstander not a bystander 🏆 @ABAonline @andyoddsock https://t.co/h7naFpcCErread more
1H had a fantastic science afternoon. We investigated the five senses and explored taste and smell. The children enjoyed making predictions and finding out if they were correct. The children were really excited to try everything. 😂 #year1science #primary #keystage1science https://t.co/9IeuN1WIuxread more
2O spent time discussing what bullying is with their Anti-Bullying ambassador in class. The children had a good understanding of the different forms of bullying and thought about ways to help stop these behaviours. https://t.co/L6ND7hgPFyread more