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Although we have a Victorian building, which first opened in 1878, it has been extensively modernised and has excellent modern technological resources. However, we do not want to lose the character and history of our building and so you can still see where the fireplaces were and the strong beams in the ceiling. The main teaching building is Victorian and houses four classrooms and the very modern ICT suite. Read more >>>
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Your Local Children’s Centres are here for you. We are friendly one stop shops for all families in Goole and the surrounding areas from pregnancy until your child turns 9. Having children is rewarding and exciting but we know it can be one of the toughest jobs around which is why we are here to offer support and advice.
All of the services the Centres provide are free.
Please click on the link below to view our Summer Programme 2016…
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The Government allocated £1320 per pupil in 2016-17 with £300 for service children.
2016-2017 = £17,460
Number on Roll: 45 (Reception to Year 6)
Number of Pupil Premium: 14
KS1 and KS2 SATS results 2016
To view the topic overview for the Autumn Term please click the link below.
Click on the link below to view planned expenditure for this coming year. 2016 – 2017
Click on the link to view strategies used at Rawcliffe Bridge and a brief review of last years spend
This year our school council are:
- Daisy Rowles;
- Ajay Bland-Davies
- Dexter Driscoll-Breen
- Alisha Sutton
- Henley Bland-Davies
- Evie Bainbridge
- Angel Bland-Davies
- Max Peacock
- Lexie Bainbridge
- Tia Nettleton
At the end of the school year 2015 – 2016, pupils in receipt of pupil premium were working in line with non pupil premium children across Key Stage 2. A more detailed analysis is available within school but due to small cohort sizes this has not been published online to ensure confidentiality.
Please click on the link below to see the results of our latest pupil survey.
Thank you to all of those parents who completed a parent survey. To see the results, please click on the link below:
A fun day was had by all who attended the Festival this year. Angel & Max did a great job of being attendants to the Festival Queen.
Monday 4th July & Wednesday 6th July.
We wish all our pupils well for their induction days at Snaith School.
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE.
Well done to our children who represented our school at the Tri-golf Tournament at Snaith Primary on 14th June and came third.
RAWCLIFFE BRIDGE SPORTS FESTIVAL
Saturday 18th June 2016 from 10.30am
Rawcliffe Bridge Primary School and Playing Field, please click on link below for more information:
Tuesday 21st June – 8.45am to 9.30am
Please come and join us for a French Breakfast with waiters and waitresses from Years 4, 5 & 6.
Click on the link below for more information:
Please click on the attachment to view our Summer Term newsletter.
The clubs that will be running this term are:
- Y6 Revision – ICT suite – morning breaks – Miss Knight;
- Y456 Rounders – Thursday 3.30-4.00 – Miss Knight;
- Y456 Tri Golf – Tuesdays 12.00-12.30 – Miss Knight;
- Y456 Knitting – Thursday 12.00-12.30 -Miss Robb and Mrs Knight
- Reception Y1/2 Change 4 Life – Wednesdays 8.15-8.45 – Mrs Pattison
- Nursery, Reception and Year 1 – Change 4 Life – Wednesdays 12.30-1.00 – Mrs Churchill, Arnie Measures, Macey Lugar and Courtney Whiteley
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School Re-opens after the summer break
TUESDAY 6TH SEPTEMBER
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