Responsible, caring and secure – preparing you for your future
Dear Parents and Carers,
Many thanks for taking the time to visit our website.
We are a one form entry, Voluntary Aided Primary School located in the heart of Roehampton since 1828. Our vision is to provide a high quality education for all our children, preparing them with skills for life and encouraging them to be well rounded individuals who are respectful, caring and secure.
Currently, we have 180 children on roll, from 3yrs to 11yrs, Nursery to Year 6. Our staff are a team of experienced and passionate people who care about unlocking children’s potential and encouraging them to excel in all that they do. With a strong Christian ethos at the centre of our core, and close links to Holy trinity Church, we are committed to providing a secure, happy and calm environment in which all children are able to thrive socially, emotionally and academically. Every child matters and our caring philosophy is at the heart of everything we do.
We have a very committed Governing board who play an active role in the life of the school and excellent relationships with the team clergy at ‘Holy Trinity’. Although we are a church school we welcome children from all world faiths and currently have children from 32 different counties attending the school. This diversity is what makes Roehampton Church School the very special place it is.
The school has been in the top 1% for Reading Progress and Phonics of the most successful schools in the country for the last two years when national tests were sat. In addition to our academic performance in the national tests our gifted and talented programmes for Sports and Arts give our pupils enormous opportunities to compete with other schools both in and outside of the borough. Moreover, we had past students who have gained full scholarship to varies prestige schools over the last few years. We pride ourselves on our inclusive practice and will always strive to get the very best from all of our children.
Finally, we update our website regularly, which aims to provide the latest essential information about our school community. If however you would like to speak to us to find out more about our school or enquiry about a place for your child then please contact our school office.
Many thanks for your time and we look forward to hearing from you.
Headteacher: Mr. Richard Woodfin
B.A. Hons/PGCE NPQH/ACP