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Welcome to Rushy Meadow Primary School. We are a two form entry school in the London Borough of Sutton with a resource base catering for children who are hearing impaired. At Rushy Meadow we want every child to be successful and to achieve their full potential.
Our staff are committed to ‘making a difference for the future’ for our delightful children and we aim to ensure that all families are welcome in our inclusive, popular and diverse community school.
The right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. At Rushy Meadow Primary we support you on your child’s learning journey and together ensure that whilst with us they learn and achieve. We nurture all children encouraging them to be healthy, happy and kind.
It is a privilege to be the Headteacher of such a vibrant school. Come and see us! You will be warmly welcomed.
Rushy Meadow Primary School takes notice of and adheres to all the national and local policies and guidance in regard to safeguarding children and young people.
Ms K Campbell Headteacher
SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM
MS K CAMPBELL
MRS J SCHALKWYK
MRS K SAFFER
MR D CHALLENGER
LATEST NEWS & EVENTS
Please click for Newsletter 28th April 2017
Letter to parents and carers from Helen Bretherick, Head of School
Click to see our Attendance Raffle winners with their prizes – Amazon Fires, scooters, gel pens and Easter eggs! Well done to all pour children for improving our attendance
Well done to everyone who made the extra effort this half term. We have passed the 95% barrier – our next target is 96% – we can do it! Lots of classes reached 100% in a week, with 5 out of 6 classes at Key Stage 1 and 2 over 95% for the year so
Well done everyone! Attendance was 97.19% this week Once again the top class has 100% – well done Swallows 2nd place was Cedar with 99.6% 3rd was Ash with 99.2% Now getting really close at the top! Everyone plays their part to get the attendance up – so thank you to everyone. Make sure the
Book Day 2017 Click above to meet the winners of the best Book Day costume. Many thanks to you all for a great turnout today. All the children looked fantastic.
Safer Internet Day 2017 On 7th February 2017 we’re encouraging everyone to make the internet a better place and #giveasmile for Safer Internet Day! To do this the UK Safer Internet Centre are asking schools, organisations and individuals to ‘Be the Change’ and help make the internet smile by posting a smiley selfie or emoji!
Please read for our latest chickenpox update. Chickenpox Update January 2017