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'Sometimes I've believed as many as six
impossible things before breakfast.'
Breakfast Club is daily from 7:30am. Registration forms are at the school office.
Our Breakfast Club provides a welcoming and friendly environment for all children at Rimrose Hope CE Primary School. We provide breakfast, which consists of cereal, toast, fruit, yoghurt, milk and fruit juice. Breakfast Club runs Monday to Friday from 8am. Children are able to access breakfast club until 8.30am. There is a small charge of 50p per day.
'Gymnastics has been my life, I want every child to experience it.'
'I have learned that you are never too small to make a difference'
'Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.'
'Let perseverance be your engine, and hope be your fuel.'
H. Jackson Brown Jnr
'Most people never run far enough on their first wind, to find out they've got a second.'
"It isn't where I am, it's only where I go from here."
'Learning another language is not only learning different words for the same things, but learning another way to think about things.'
We currently have four football clubs running; three which cater for all levels of ability, encouraging children to improve their own skills and set their own targets. At the end of each term, a mini-tournament is organised so that the children have the opportunity to take part and engage in competitive sport. Our other club focuses on our elite players who play in our representative team.
'I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book'
J K Rowling
The children in years 5 and 6 meet every two weeks to discuss a group reading book. The children discuss themes, plot and their personal response to the text.
'The beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.'
Every Thursday lunchtime and after school, Mr Whitehead comes to take a group of children for guitar lessons. During the course of the year, the children have the opportunity to perform at various school events and also take external exams.
'Rhythm is the soul of life. The whole universe revolves in rhythm. Everything and every human action revolves in rhythm.'
Thursday afternoons 1pm-3pm
Our guitar lessons are available for junior children (Yr 3-6). Lessons take place during Thursday afternoons and during the extra curricular club activities on Friday afternoon. The children are taught by our experienced music teacher Mr. Whitehead. The children are taught to play acoustic pieces as well as playing along to backing music. The children also learn to read and compose their own music. At the end of each term, the children perform to parents/carers and whole school audiences.
'Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.'
Every Friday from 3:00pm - 4:45pm, children from Years 1, 2, 3 and 4 meet to take part in a variety of fitness based activities. These include basic circuits, dribbling and passing skills, jumping, throwing and catching and general game playing. Our aim is to encourage the children to become more active and understand the need for a healthy lifestyle in a fun environment whilst developing a range of sports skills.
'Life is more fun if you play games.'
Fun4Kids is an OFSTED graded Outstanding external childcare provider who run an after-school club on our premises each night from 3:00pm - 6pm. Each half term, the staff from Fun4Kids deliver an after school club for us and each half term has a new focus.
“I’m a musician and I’m really blessed, because in my life if I can hold the sticks, I can play.”
Children who attend drumming club will learn to play the djembe drum. Children will learn how to play the African drum using depth, tone and rhythm as well as learning to read music and compose their own music.
'If you work hard. And are responsible. You should be rewarded'
Monday Years 1 and 2 3:00-3:45pm
Tuesday Year 5 and 6 3:00-3:45pm
Thursday Years 3 and 4 3:00-3:45pm
Each phase group offers the opportunity for children to complete their online Google Classroom homework at club each week. During each session, there are teachers and support staff who run the clubs and are able to give children additional support with their learning.
'Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony'
Every Wednesday lunch time, the children in year 3,4, 5 and 6 meet with Mrs. Hardman to learn about practical skills and approaches for happiness. The sessions promote growth mindset and equip the children with skills and techniques to develop self regulation techniques. During the session, children will partake in a range of mindfulness activities to support learning.
We are delighted to offer the opportunity for boys and girls to join our gymnastics class each Monday. The session is run by an experienced and qualified Gymnastic coach. During the session, the children will use different equipment and apparatus in order to improve their agility, flexibility, strength, balance and co-ordination. They will also work on and perform a display for their parents/carers at the end of each term.