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Our School Vision 

At Rowlands Gill Primary School, the importance and love of learning is at our core. We want everyone here to strive purposefully to be the best they can and to have self-belief in their own environment and so we will always provide enriched opportunities to raise their achievements and help them to become strong, independent learners. 

Everyone is regarded as having something worthwhile to contribute towards our school community and life, irrespective of their academic, ethnic, religious, physical abilities or social background. We strive to help every individual to see their potential; become the very best they can be and be proud of what they achieve daily. 

The children at RGPS can expect to: 

  • Develop a love for learning. 
  • Be the best they can be in all areas of the school life: academic, social, emotional, and physical development. 
  • Make excellent progress in everything they do so that they can grow and develop their full potential. 
  • To continually celebrate and feel proud of their achievements. 
  • Feel happy, safe and healthy. 

We would like the parents and carers to: 

  • Ensure that children attend school regularly and on time. 
  • Become actively involved in their child’s learning, both at home and at school. 

The staff of RGPS aim to: 

  • Develop enquiring and creative minds. 
  • Provide a nurturing and friendly ethos where children are respected and valued and where individual needs are recognised and supported.
  • Provide high quality, challenging, stimulating and personalised education for all of its pupils.
  • Provide a broad, balanced, creative and innovative curriculum, that inspires, challenges and develops love of learning and one which meets individual needs.
  • Foster a climate within which pupils’ spiritual and moral development will form that basis by which they will mature into responsible citizens.
  • Build a strong sense of community through sharing and living out a set of values, encouraging all involved in the school to be caring, tolerant, honest, hardworking and self-disciplined.

Our Latest News

Number Ninja Heroes!

Today, several children from Year 6 attended the 'Number Ninja' competition at Whickham school. They tested their mathematical knowledge with a series of challenging quizzes and problems. All children performed really well but a special mention goes to William and...

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Elf on the Shelf

6I have a visitor with them until Christmas. Eric the elf was sent here so we can look after him and teach him how to behave. It is hard work because he is a naughty little elf who is causing chaos in 6I. Day one the cheeky little thing escaped from his box and...

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Welcome back…

Hi everyone, Welcome back I hope you all had a fantastic summer holiday. I am really looking forward to finding out what you have been up to. I have had a really busy holiday. The boys and I have visited lots of places. We had a lovely time at Alnwick Gardens...

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We are enjoying learning all about Meerkats!

In Literacy we have been reading... At the moment we are in the middle of making our own non-fiction book about Meerkats. We have been working hard in our 'Meerkat Teams' to find information about meerkats. We really love taking the meerkat bag home!  Here is Mac...

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The Olympics

The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part... Pierre de Coubertin (founder of modern Olympic Games) What do you think?

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