Rimrose Hope CofE Primary School

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23/02/16: Welcome back to all the parents and children. We are now at the half way point of the academic year and although we have achieved a lot, there is more to come and we rely on your support to help the children reach their potential.


Through the second half-term of Spring, we will continue to learn about traditional tales (Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, have you seen Mrs Ventre's classroom, wow!), Easter, the beautiful blooms of Spring and the joy of new life. Please see our newsletter for more information.


As ever, we ask you to listen to your child read their reading book at home every day. This has a dramatic impact upon your child's development as a reader. 

Resource Pack Video

Please use the password: fsr

Christmas and ongoing learning.

Please watch the video that explains the resource pack that was sent home in some more detail. It will really help the children if they keep on practising all their essential skills over the holidays. Sorry for my coughing! To access the video, please use the following password: fsr


Have a fantastic Christmas and very best wishes for 2016.

Welcome to Reception! 


We have 2 Reception classes, Mrs Ventre's (RV) and Mr Ward's (RW).

Mrs Ventre is joined in class by Miss Rimmer and Miss Spollin.

Mrs Quinn, Mrs Salter and Miss Lawler are with Mr Ward.


Please visit our page to keep up to date with the wonderful world of Reception as we showcase the growing strengths of the children.


We will also put letters on this page. 


This term we are learning about 'Ourselves'. This encompasses learning about our bodies and the benefits of healthy foods and exercise. We will also learn about the changing seasons, harvest, cultural events such as Diwali, Bonfire Night and of course Christmas!


We pride ourselves on positive relationships with the children and their parents, so please don't be a stranger! no