KEY INFORMATION

It has always been the tradition at Rushy Meadow to finish school early on the last day of term. In view of this, school will finish at 1.30pm on Friday 21st July.

 

However, going forward we will end this anomaly. So from next year, children will finish the day at the end of term at the normal finish time.

The only big change to finish times, which you will want to put in your diary now, is that there will be two parents’ evenings in the year when we will end the school day at 1pm (after having had lunch) and children will need collecting then. From 1.40 to 8.00pm on those two days, all parents will be invited to a 10 minute appointment with their teacher. Further details will be given nearer the time, but please put these two dates in your diary now as you will need to make arrangements for your child to be collected from school: Thursday 19th October and Thursday 22ndMarch.

 

 

Helen Bretherick – Head of School

Rushy Meadow Primary School

Office: 020 8669 7588

Rushy Meadow Primary School Nursery

We have places  available from 3 years+.

Please telephone 020 8669 7588 or email office@rushymeadow.sutton.sch.uk

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

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HEADTEACHER'S MESSAGE

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

OUR GALLERY

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MS K CAMPBELL
MS K CAMPBELL
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MRS J SCHALKWYK
MRS J SCHALKWYK
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MRS K SAFFER
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