Address: Bridge Lane, Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole. DN14 8NH Tel: 01405 839249 Email: office@rbps.eriding.net To find out where we are visit view a map on our Contact Us page.

Building a Firm Foundation for tomorrows world.

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A warm welcome to School Name School in the rural village of Eastrington. We are a vibrant primary school with years of teaching experience and a strong involvement with the local village community. Our children find themselves in a busy and enthusiastic learning environment where there is always much to do, see and learn. We are glad you are visiting our website and we hope you enjoy browsing to see all that we do at school

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Goole Children’s Centres – Kingsway and Marshland Summer Programme 2016

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…

Goole Children’s Centres – Kingsway and Marshland – Summer Programme 2016

 

 

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Year 6 Summer 2017

Sats Results 2017

*Due to the small cohort size the data is anonymous and not in any particular order

  Maths Reading GPS Writing
Pupil 1 103 108 112 Expected
Pupil 2 100 102 103 PKS
Pupil 3 107 108 108 Expected
Pupil 4 98 104 100 WTS
Pupil 5 106 102 106 Expected
Average 102.8 104.4 105.8  
PP AVERAGE 102.5 106 104
Non PP Average 103 103.3 107
Boy Average 99 103 101.5
Girl Average 105.3 105.3 108.7

 

Swimming Gala

A HUGE congratulations and well done to our swimming team, who took part in the inter-school swimming gala on Tuesday 28th February. Daisy Rowles (Year 6), Macey Lugar (Year 6), Carmen Hare (Year 5), Ajay Bland-Davies (Year 6), Alfie Lugar (Year 5) and Max Peacock (Year 3).

You were brilliant and as always acted as great ambassadors for our school. You definitely showed determination, respect, friendship, and courage.

Spring Term

This term we have been taking part in a whole school topic based on dinosaurs and the ‘Secrets Beneath our Feet.’ Just look at some of the photos on the school blog to see what fun we’ve been having!

In Spring II, Years 4, 5 and 6 will be learning all about ‘Mexico and the Mayans’, Years 2 and 3 about ‘Sensational Safaris’ and the EYFS ‘Once Upon a Time’

A Mad Hatters Tea Party

MARCH 2ND IS WORLD BOOK DAY

Don’t forget this World Book Day our school theme is a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Come dressed as either your favourite character from Alice in Wonderland or come join the fun dressed as your favourite book character.

School Dinners 

Spring Term 2016

We have not increased the cost of our hot dinner for some time: however due to our rising costs from January 2017 these have now increased to £2.30 per day or £11.50 per week.

Click the link to view the Spring, Summer Menu for 2017

Spring , Summer Menu 2017

Dear all,

Thank you for all of the club suggestions that you sent in – there were lots of different ideas and a wide range of clubs you would like to see. Over the next half term and the summer term, I will hopefully be able to arrange for many of these to run. Unfortunately, due to our small staff, we won’t be able to offer them all, but I will keep many of them in mind for September.

Clubs that will definitely run in spring II – letters to follow

  • Ms Bainbridge will run a Craft club on Tuesdays 3.30 – 4.00
  • Mrs Kendall and Mrs Pattison will run a Textiles club on Tuesdays 12.30 – 1.00
  • Miss Knight will run Box 2 B Fit on a Wednesday 3.30 – 4.15
  • Miss Knight will run Animation club on a Thursday across lunchtime for Y5-6
  • We are also in the middle of organising an Aerobics club on Thursday 3.30 -4.00
  • Mrs Lofthouse will run a Cross Stitch club on Mondays 12.30 – 1.00

In the summer term we are hoping to run:

  • Rounders and Tri-Golf;
  • Animation for Y3-4;
  • Choir;
  • Walking;

Thank you for all your continued support,

Miss Knight

Sports Premium Planned Expenditure

Planned expenditure: Sept 2016 – March 2017 £4,789

The aim for 2016-2017: To continue to further develop the engagement of all pupils in regular physical activity – kick starting healthy active lifestyles; ensuring that all children continue to have broader experiences of a range of sports and activities which are offered to all pupils with increased participation in competitive sport and increased confidence, knowledge and skills of all staff in teaching PE.

We will aim to do this by…

  • Being part of the school sport partnership (£1500)
  • Attending cluster events (projected £700 dependent on where second rounds are held/if reach)
  • Holding a range of clubs and inter-school tournaments (£
  • Developing healthy lifestyles through making it a focus point across school (projected £1600)
  • Making outdoor learning an integral part of the whole school curriculum (£1,000)

 

April 2017 – August 2017 £3,421

Clubs

Well done to all the children that have attended the sporting events so fat this year.

Dodgeball – a group of children from years 5 and 6 attended the dodgeball inter-school tournament at Snaith High School. You played brilliantly. Well done on your second place.

Girls Football – fantastic throughout the tournament. Well done on some brilliant goals.

Boys Football – a great performance boys.

Cross Country – congratulations on all that competed and took part.

Christmas Enterprise

Address: Bridge Lane, Rawcliffe Bridge, Goole. DN14 8NH
Tel: 01405 839249  Email: office@rbps.eriding.net
To find out where we are visit view a map on our Contact Us page.

Building a Firm Foundation for tomorrows world.

Christmas Enterprise

Look at some of the amazing products made by children across school at our 3rd enterprise event.

Thanks to all that came and supported us.

 

 

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Pupil Premium Funding

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

School Council 2016-2017

This year our school council are:

Year 6

  • Daisy Rowles;
  • Ajay Bland-Davies

Year 5

  • Dexter Driscoll-Breen
  • Alisha Sutton

Year 4

  • Henley Bland-Davies
  • Evie Bainbridge

Year 3

  • Angel Bland-Davies
  • Max Peacock

Year 2

  • Lexie Bainbridge

Year 1

  • Tia Nettleton

Pupil Premium

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.

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A Mad Hatters Tea Party

MARCH 2ND IS WORLD BOOK DAY

Don’t forget this World Book Day our school theme is a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. Come dressed as either your favourite character from Alice in Wonderland or come join the fun dressed as your favourite book character.

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