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"Rushy Meadow is providing pupils with a good education in a welcoming and attractive environment." - Ofsted
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“A welcoming and attractive environment” – Ofsted
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 to 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.
Ms K Campbell
"... good relationships reflect good spiritual, moral, social and cultural development" - Ofsted
SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM
"... lively teaching and interesting activities motivate pupils to learn" - Ofsted
MS K CAMPBELL
MRS J SCHALKWYK
MRS K SAFFER
MR D CHALLENGER
MRS T KINSEY
MS M BRIERLEY
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"Pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities make outstanding progress." - Ofsted
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 to
Another great day full of activities. The students made rockets; went swimming and enjoyed team building exercises that built trust with a partner. As the day drew to a close the children were practising their moves for a disco!! Ms Campbell, Mrs Schalkwyk and Mr King joined them for a surprise visit in the evening. Lasagne for dinner!
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